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How to Work When Your Kids Can’t Leave the House

Time management in the time of social distancing.

Photo by Charles Deluvio on Unsplash

My youngest daughter is fifteen. She just finished the ninth grade.

None of my close local friends or family members have young children anymore. Ruby is pretty close to the youngest in our extended family. But my Facebook feed is full of stories about what it’s like to try…

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Shaunta Grimes

Shaunta Grimes

Learn. Write. Repeat. Visit me at ninjawriters.org. Reach me at shauntagrimes@gmail.com. (My posts may contain affiliate links!)

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