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I'm not a mom but I can relate with the way you work at home. Working at home is really limitless. You do your work even early in the morning and it's unless electricity usage also since there's no pc turning off.

It's really a good experience to work at home. It seems everything is under control.

I know this will sound rude, but these posts are just making me feel stressed. Mainly because it seems when a woman works, she just doubles her duties, i.e working + 90% of the parenting + housework, and has zero time for herself, while the father and husband mostly just has to do his job. (or does the odd 'bonus task' like washing up). Why are men's careers always considered the most 'important'? Granted, it's often financially necessary, it's just depressing to me that parenting is the mother's default role, whether she works or not. The other side of the coin is, you can put your kids in daycare all the time, and then feel guilty that there isn't a parent raising them most of the time. It'd be great if more men took the option of working part-time, or letting their career take a bit of a backseat for a few years, while the mother also works part-time, or something like that. Sorry if this sounds very judgemental, but these women all seem exhausted, and it seems like things will never change.

Great interview! I like the idea of a schedule. I work from home only 1 day a week but have a 18 month old and 3 year old at home on that day. Essentially I work about 4 hours total that day (2 at nap time and 2 late at night) then spread the other 4 hours in the evenings or on the weekend during the week! It is fine most days but the days where I have a proposal due on a Wednesday - Oh someone help me!

The bit about the constant tension is so precious to hear. Somehow I think we can get in our little vacuum and feel as if we are the only people struggling or suffering or yearning. It is so good to hear this. It is the very marrow of this online community thing for me—knowing that while I amy be alone with my children and my multiple deadlines of personal and professional varieties, there are people who get me. Get my journey.

Also, the last line made me think of smartphones and that maybe sometimes these kinds of men should get to be called smartmen.

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