January 22, 2018

Friday Happy Hour

It used to be that Fridays were the end of the work week pre-children. Look forward to down time, friend time, play/party time, anything but work time for the weekend.

Post children, Fridays have become for me – MyDay. I work from home so while I have more freedom than just on the weekends, I also have different work hours. Many days can start at sunup and last well past sundown. So actually my Fridays are more valuable to me than weekends used to be.  Sweats are mandatory MyDay wear. Washed face only if a quick run to Starbucks is needed and sunglasses seem out of place. Teeth brushing..well yes, I do smooch on my man and kids so that is necessary! Otherwise, I lay low trying to do only fun things that seem to get pushed to the side the rest of the week.

Most Fridays, it happens accordingly. Some not so others. So here’s to Friday – MyDay

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Julie is an awesome parent (along with her husband Matt) to five adopted kiddos and the owner of the Parenting Allies website.

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  1. I’m with you on this one!! Working for myself, I enacted 4 day work weeks a long time ago. However, anyone that does work for themselves knows that’s not true… we make up for it during those 14 hour days the rest of the week!
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  2. I worked from home too and at the same time do all the household chores. Friday for me heaven. This is the day where I can relax with my husband or friends.
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