Getting your life baby ready is already intense, but adding work responsibilities takes the intensity up a notch. If you’re a remote employee or freelancer, you experience this pressure on a different level. Maternity/paternity leave has been a topic of discussion for many years, but recently the leave time has been challenged. However, a self-employed or remote worker will face different challenges. For example, you may not receive the same amount of leave time as someone employed through a corporate company. But there are ways for you to prepare and maintain a healthy balance after your little one arrives. Forbes writer, Georgene Huang, offers seven tips to create a balanced lifestyle without falling behind on your responsibilities. Read her article below.