Google has me – and how I’m brainwashing my kids

So it took a little longer to get indexed than I expected – four days actually, but now I’m well and truly indexed.

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My children run in and out of my office during the day when I’m working, which is cool – I love having them around and they get to see that Dad actually DOES some work, because the whole concept of work is a bit tricky for them. They can’t quite understand why their friend’s parents have to leave the house to work, and can’t just wander downstairs for a game, a snack or (as recently) to abandon work completely to go and build a squirrel table in the garden so we can watch the little blighters eat peanuts for an hour or so.

I worried about this for a while, thinking they weren’t getting a ‘real’ picture of what work was actually like – my job as a work from home full time Internet Marketer being a little out of the ordinary.

Then I realised that them having a distorted picture of work is a good thing – if they don’t know about having to commute, having a 9-5, working weekends and overtime and basically being out of the house a lot, then great! Let them follow my path (if they want of course) and be the exception to the rule.

Kids often turn out different to their parents expectations though – but as long as they’re happy, who am I to judge if they want to get on the corporate treadmill and work a ‘real’ job for a living?

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