Self-Inquiry, Ramana-style, and the householder
An excellent discussion of Ramana/Robert's method of self-inquiry, of going backwards into the self, by David Godman,
Notice this is almost exactly Nisargadatta's method of attending to the I Am-sensation. Ramana emphasizes attending to the I-"thought" as a person normally associates the thought I with an attribute or action in everyday life, while Maharaj focuses on the feeling of I Am, and the affect of love associated with the self. This opens a broader highway for the self to investigate itself, because you bring in the power of emotion into the going back process.
He then discusses the self-inquiry process for the householder with children, a job and home as not different. You do what you have to and practice self-inquiry when you remember, and if possible, sitting secluded from time to time.