Home Office with Kids

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Working from Home with Kids
Working from Home with Kids

getAbstract parents share their experiences and tips – an introduction

Don’t Beat Yourself Up When Things Are Not Perfect
Don’t Beat Yourself Up When Things Are Not Perfect

Ramona Marcionetti, PR and Marketing Manager / Kids: Gion (9 months)

Without Exercise, You’ll Go Nuts
Without Exercise, You’ll Go Nuts

Elisabeth Nitzsche, Managing Editor / Kids: Finnley (4 years) and Magnus (18 months)

Put Kids on a Schedule Similar to What They Had in School
Put Kids on a Schedule Similar to What They Had in School

Jackie Cisneros, Senior Account Manager / Kids: Enzo (9) and Gianna (4)

The Less Important Things Will Just Have to Wait (Including Laundry)
The Less Important Things Will Just Have to Wait (Including Laundry)

Anna Wehrt, PR and Communications Manager / Kids: Charlotte (2)

Work While They Sleep (Unless You Have to Sleep While They Sleep)
Work While They Sleep (Unless You Have to Sleep While They Sleep)

Erica Rauzin, Senior Managing Editor / Kids: two girls and a boy (all adults), two baby grandsons

Keep a Maximum of Doors Shut
Keep a Maximum of Doors Shut

Koni Gebistorf, Executive Editor / Kids: Mina (2)

Go Outside into Nature Every Second You Are Not Working, Sleeping or Eating
Go Outside into Nature Every Second You Are Not Working, Sleeping or Eating

Sara Kuepfer, Writer / Kids: Anjali, 8

Do an A-to-Z Scavenger Hunt at Home and the Kids Will Love It
Do an A-to-Z Scavenger Hunt at Home and the Kids Will Love It

Lauren Cooper, Social Media Manager / Kids: Annalisa (8), Anthony (7) and Mack (5)

A Defined (But Flexible!) Routine Works Wonders
A Defined (But Flexible!) Routine Works Wonders

Andrew Savikas, Chief Strategy Officer / Kids: Adler (7) and Ada (4)

See the Positive in It
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See the Positive in It

Marc Wiest, Co-head IT, Web-Engineer / Kids: Malina (5) and Niklas (3)

The One Thing That Helped the Most Was the Company’s Flexibility
The One Thing That Helped the Most Was the Company’s Flexibility

Haike Finch-Schattka, Editorial Recruiting and Managing Editor / Kids: Girl (6) and Boy (4)