How to Set Boundaries with Your Kids So You Can Work

By  Elena

Have you ever had a moment like this??? You’ve finally got yourself out of conversations about Roblox, or whatever YOUR kid loves, and you’ve got 15 minutes before your next phone call. It’s a discovery session, and your next months food feels like it depends on this call going well and your prospect turning into a client.

The house is surprisingly quiet for about 15 minutes, but then only 5 minutes into a discovery session and a familiar knock comes on the door, and while you’re in the middle of your call, your kid is tapping you on your shoulder, talking to you, or worse on your lap, and putting their fingers in the camera! SO UNPROFESSIONAL.

All of these were real life horror stories of working from home for me over the last few years. Fortunately as my son got older, we figured out better systems to make sure I was able to get focused work time, and he felt like he was getting my attention and love.

About Your Host:


As a single parent for many years, Elena knows what it's like to live in daily overwhelm that seems it will never end. After suffering from severe post-partum depression for 5 years, and an abusive relationship that she couldn't seem to quit, Elena developed a case of seriously self destructive self talk about being a "horrible mother". She knew she needed to do something different, but couldn't seem to shake old patterns. She started to experiment with the few things that HAD been working to bring her more peace, and combined them into one power packed (and quick) experience, to help find that inner peace, and make progress towards her goal of ACTUALLY feeling like a good mom. Through these tracks she's been able to stop experiencing irrational anger towards child, is no longer experiencing mental health challenges, and has even attracted a wonderful man into her life who is a great father to her son and a dream come true. Now she works to help other mothers to manage and reduce their stress, build healthier relationships, stop sounding like their mothers, and live lives they once only dreamed of.

Elena H

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