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Be a Quality Presence at Home and Work — 8 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing great tips! Sometimes I really struggle to be a quality presence at home. But I work on it little by little.

  2. Since I’m always home, it’s hard to remember that just because I’m “there” doesn’t mean I’m always “THERE” when I should be for my kids. It takes a bit of refocusing to shift gears from teacher to writer to mom and keep everything under control.

  3. Great advice. Sometimes people pour more time and energy into their jobs, which often causes their home life to suffer. I try to put work aside and do at least one fun and cool thing with my little one on the weekend.Last Sunday, we went to the National Aviary.

  4. Great thoughts on being present at home. I struggle with a balance – time to focus on the kids!

  5. This is something that I try really hard to do, but still need to work on being “present” when I am home. I find myself constantly distracted by everything else that needs to get done or that I have to do. I am trying to set aside certain times during the day where I am completely present.

  6. Quality time. That is a very valuable gift to give. So often we are distracted by our phones and social media when we are supposed to be spending quality time with someone we love. Great post.

  7. I’ve been working on Quality at home, trying to make sure that my time with my kids is quality time.

  8. I like this comparison of a co-worker to a sick child. We forget that one someone is rash, angry, or mean, it does likely mean they are suffering! Thanks for my lightbulb moment of the day …

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