What prevents you from working?
For me, working from means my desire to have a clean and somewhat orderly house often leads me putting off work. Like any mom or parent, I have 3 jobs.
1) Running a business. Sidenote-I need to remember to renew all of my business licenses.
2) Child care. It's generally just my Little Fish but we also have a little friend who visits occasionally while her mom works and we will be watching her once a week starting in September.
3) Maintaining a home. Every parent who stays at home should really be credited for this one. I didn't know it was so much work until I had to do it myself. Planning out meals and getting groceries is probably the most stressful part for me.
I have a terrific husband who helps me with all three of these when he can, but he has a full-time job and is a full-time student. I can hardly imagine what it is like for him. I only worked part-time while I got my degree and I didn't have any depending on me.
Sometimes I feel like sleep gets in the way of me doing everything I think I need to be doing. But, I don't function very well without sleep. Also, laziness can get in the way but that is generally overcome within half an hour because I start to think of things I need to do. I am learning to relax and not feel bad about it. And by relax I mean, not multi-task and focus on one thing at a time.
My favorite way to relax is to get out of the house. So I leave you with this from Capitol Reef National Park