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Work-From-Home Dads

Helping dads be more productive in their work and present in their families. Newsletter every two weeks on work/life balance, time management, fitness, fatherhood, marriage, and home office setups.

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My journey to becoming a work-from-home dad

I was about to start my 11th year as a middle school teacher. My daughter Audrey was 18 months old and we were making plans to get her started in pre-school. But as the first day of school approached (and the covid-19 pandemic continued), my wife Sara and I were realizing we weren’t ready to send her. That meant one of us had to stay home to take care of her. With Sara being a pediatrician (and making significantly more than I was as a teacher) her staying home with Audrey wasn’t an option...

👋 Hey Reader! Instead of diving into one specific topic in today’s newsletter, I wanted to share something I’ve been working on. Free email course: I just completed a free 5-day email course titled: Top 5 mistakes work-from-home dads make (and how to fix them) It tackles many of the struggles that I or other dad’s I’ve talked to have faced while working remote. A few of the mistakes include: Failing to set boundaries Remaining isolated Ignoring weekly planning In each email, I share several...

👋 Hey Reader! In today’s issue of WFH Dads: → How to plan your day so it doesn’t cut into family time→ Favorite new dad podcast I found→ Question from the community How to plan your day so it doesn’t cut into family time It’s important to approach every work day with a game plan. When you do, it allows you to execute work tasks and still be able to spend time with your family. Unfortunately, many dads struggle to plan their day. They often have a general idea of what needs to be done but keep...

It's hard to find time to workout as a remote-work dad.  Here's a 3 step process to make it happen (even on your busiest days)

👋 Hey Reader! Here’s what I’ve got for you in today’s issue of WFH Dads: How to make time to workout as a work-from home dad What I’m reading - a book on email marketing Question from the community - what questions do you have? Let's get into it. How to make time to workout as a work-from-home dad. Maintaining your fitness boosts your energy levels, lets you play with your kids without getting winded, and shows your partner that you’re still making the effort to be fit. Unfortunately, once...