Co-working for parents
As more companies adopt a family-first motto, more parents can remotely complete their daily tasks. This is a benefit to not only the parent but for all as it creates a healthy work-life balance.
In some cases, working remotely goes beyond a home office or dining room table, especially when the dishes are piling up and the laundry is overflowing. It can be difficult to get work done when your house also needs your attention. If this is you, joining a co-working is a great option.
Co-working spaces are shared spaces that offer members and visiting workers the use of communal desks, conference rooms, lounge areas, and business resources for a nominal daily or monthly fee. You simply sign up for a plan that’s right for you. Members get to network and small talk with other co-workers, which is ideal for those who crave regular interaction.
“I chose a co-working space to have more interaction with other like-minded business people, oppose to working at home by myself, as well as for better time management. I also enjoy the many benefits and perks,” said Chevon Hardmon, CEO of The Support Corner.
If you’d like to check out a co-working space, stop by The Green House for a quick tour any time between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.