IM Work and Family Matters

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Hi Warriors,

How IM affect your family? Do it gives you more time to your family
or no time at all? And, what your children told you (if you have)?

Sometimes I feel guilty because I have more time with IM.
Before, I can adjust with my time but this forum is addictive (No offense Allen, I love this forums). Maybe, I need to adjust or they will.


#internet marketing #family #matters #work
  • Profile picture of the author martinp
    Luckily I get to spend alot more time with my family now than I did when I was in a job. My son (4) hasn't been particularly happy over the past few years though that I spent alot of time in front of the computer - when he sees me at home he expects me to play with him all the time. It's been hard in that respect, although he's starting school in September so it won't be so much of a problem then.
    • Profile picture of the author Ross Dalangin
      Well, that was nice, maybe because I was just focused with IM and my children are in school but still I have some time with them since I left my job few years ago. Maybe, what is lack is the quality time because of their schooling.

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