It's the dream of many stay-at-home moms to find a little side work they can do from home while children are napping or in school. Who couldn't use a few extra hundred dollars a week - or even a month - to help with expenses? But you have to be careful when choosing an online job. The Internet bristles with ripoffs. You could end up logging in many hours, only to find you're being paid pennies, or nothing at all. How can you tell if a work-from-home opportunity is legitimate? Here are five ... Continue Reading
Learn how to spot online scams in work-from-home job ads.
A home-based toddler classroom should be literacy-rich and foster opportunities for structured, rule-governed play and unstructured imaginative play.
Homeschooling has become a trending option for stay-at-home moms nowadays. The Home Education Study Institute (NHERI) found that since 2003, the number of homeschooled students has more than doubled and is steadily increasing at a rate of 15% annually. School usually begins at age 3, but because children develop so rapidly between 12 and 36 months, it is important not to overlook the need for a learning environment for this age group. While published curriculum options are available for ... Continue Reading
In this crazy world of life, family time more often than not takes a back seat. Learn how to change that.
Tending to life, work, a blog, kids, etc. can unravel into the inability to ever get caught up. Whether you are a stay-at-home mom or you work full time it seems we are never caught up. Before you are in need of an intervention, reinvent the wheel. Managing our family time may just be what the Doctor ordered. Write it down Take a chalk board, dry erase board or calendar and hang it on a wall everyone will see everyday. Jot down to-do's, errands, don't forget, etc. by priority and add a date. ... Continue Reading
When crafting your goals or resolutions for the upcoming year, consider these unique New Year’s resolution ideas for work at home moms.
As the close of the holiday season ushers in the New Year, many work-at-home-moms begin to reflect on their past accomplishments and mull over any regrets of unachieved goals. For many, these thoughts inspire them to make New Year’s resolutions for the upcoming year that will make up for previous failed attempts and build on the achievements of the past year. Trying to craft and then stick to the perfect New Year’s resolution can be a daunting task. Many turn to the more common ... Continue Reading
If the desire to become a work at home mom is pulling on your heart strings, then here are 5 simple steps to realizing your dream.
Being a working mom can provide great fulfillment. The opportunity to earn money in a field that uses your skills and knowledge can be rewarding. Also, working in an office environment gives you the opportunity to network with others and possibly form lasting friendships. However, if the desire to become a work at home mom is pulling on your heart strings, then here are 5 simple steps to become a work at home mom: Review Your Financial Situation Before you quit your job, you need to know how ... Continue Reading
Working from home can offer moms the best of both worlds – a thriving home business and the ability to be there for their kids. However, to keep both worlds at their best, there are five things that work at home moms (WAHMs) should NEVER do: Never lose track of your time. For WAHMs, time … [ Read full post ]
Working from home can offer moms the best of both worlds – a thriving home business and the ability to be there for their kids. However, to keep both worlds at their best, there are five things that work at home moms (WAHMs) should NEVER do: Never lose track of your time. For WAHMs, time is a big factor. Not having enough of it is one of the biggest complaints from moms who work from home. If you plan to be successful as a work at home mom, it’s important to establish a schedule. This ... Continue Reading