Juggling Career and Kids

Juggling your time between career and family isn’t easy. But how you handle it is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make.

Many adults find themselves in a tough predicament. At a time in their lives when their career is in full swing, needing a lot of time and attention, they often have young kids at home who also need them. They’ve worked hard to get where they are in their jobs, and they don’t want to jeopardise their future. But family is also important to them. They want to spend time with their kids, but time is at a premium. So they juggle their schedules the best they know how.

It’s a decision all of us have to make. And what we choose will have a lasting impact on our family’s future. Don’t let work overshadow the most important job you’ll ever have. No career is worth risking your kids’ future.

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