Current trends are showing a rise in the number of work-at-home-moms after decades of decline, 51% of whom care for children at least age 5 and younger.
Most of these moms multitask where they take care for the home, children, and spouse while working long hours. This results in limited productivity if not well managed.
Statistics indicate a rise in the number of people who work from home as a remote worker.
This report shows that before Covid-19, 7 million people in the US worked from home, which is 3.4% of the population.
It also states that over the past five years, the number of people working remotely has grown by 44%.
Whether you are a full-time work from home writer, forced to write from home by coronavirus, or a part-time writer who still holds a 9-5 job, you need to dedicate time to your writing to be successful.
And this can mean sleep deprivation.
One way or the other, you struggle with finding time: the right time, enough time, and best time for your work.