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  1. I have been working from home since my daughter was 1 week old. She’s now 6 months old and demands a lot more attention from me. My 3 older children are in school during the day so I try and work as much as possible then. I had a few of these things already in process like I have a designated area and I try to stick to my schedule but with an infant, it’s not always possible to follow it. Jazak Allah kheir for this :)

  2. I agree with the sister Soraia.  MaashAllah i have a 20month old and we live in Jeddah.  We have no close friends near us or any family.  Although i do not work – i do study online and usually a half hour lesson can take me upto 3 hrs as i am regularly being pulled away or i can’t hear the lesson due to background noise.  Its not easy getting babysitters (ones you can trust anyhow).  MaashÁllah sometimes my son will sit with me and write away in his own book whilst i listen and write my lessons up.  Alhamdullilah.  its not easy but i value the time with my chid as well as being able to increase my knowledge in the deen.

    Sticking to a schedule is hard. but i agree its beneficial.  perhaps i need to re do my schedule as this one doesn’t seem to be working.

    jzk khair for the article.