Inspiration For Work At Home Moms

We’ve all had those days of doubt. From interviews with successful work at home moms to motivational techniques to keep you going, the posts below aim to give you that boost of inspiration for the times that you need it. Over the years our group of moms have learned ways to keep moving forward during the tough times and keep themselves focused on achieving whatever level of success with their work at home endeavors they aspired to – and they want to share what they’ve learned to keep the next generation of work at home moms inspired to reaching their goals.

Ronique Gibson

A Work-At-Home Mom’s Guide to Hosting a Personalized Kids’ Party

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A Work-At-Home Mom’s Guide to Hosting a Personalized Kids’ Party

Celebrating your child’s many milestones can be exciting—and exhausting! Constantly trying to come up with creative ideas that your child and their friends will love isn’t always easy. Need some inspiration? Check out these creative ways to personalize your child’s party with minimal effort and expense.

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Karen Ward

Career Day with my WAHM

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Have you ever had to try and explain to your kids, “Sorry I can’t do that right now, I am working” and get the big blank stare…. What about trying to help your children understand what you do when you work?  Career days at businesses are quite common so why can’t you have one in […]

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You’re More Than Just a Parent

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How Being a Mom (or Dad) Prepares You for Business Whether you take these and apply them to your career outside of the home or you decide to bring the office to you and work from home, you might be surprised at how many of your well-earned parenting skills actually translate perfectly into your work […]

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Learning to Say “Thank You”

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Last week I posted on my Facebook wall asking how many people still taught their kids to write thank you cards. There was a mixed bag of responses. Some families still write them for anything. Some write them only when the gift is opened out of the presence of the gift giver. Some didn’t write […]

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Seven Ideas for Spinning that Spare Room into Financial Freedom

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Are you wondering what to do with a newly spare room in your home? Whether your child has left for college or a relative who needed a place to stay has moved out, it can be hard to decide how to make use of a vacant room. But imagine how much money would be going […]

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Tutoring and Music Teaching: Two Great Home Based Careers

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At first, deciding to find a career from home can prove more than a little overwhelming. But as you examine your skills and hear of new and creative ways to run a business, the situation becomes less daunting. If you are still in the brainstorming phase of becoming a work at home mom, here are […]

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Must-Have Products, Aids, and Resources for WAHMs of Special Needs Kids

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If you are a work at home mom of a special needs kid, you have been charged with a special task. You have to keep your business afloat while also providing your child with the extra support and assistance that they need. Instead of getting discouraged by everything that is on your plate, keep in […]

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Too Busy Teaching Others to Take Your Own Advice?

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There’s an old saying that “The cobbler’s children go unshod.” In modern language we would say “The shoemaker’s children have no shoes.” It’s an odd idea but completely appropriate for those of us who consult in the same areas in which we practice. What the saying essentially means is that often we are so busy […]

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Juggling the Holidays While Working From Home

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Yesterday I was scheduling appointments for November and was suddenly reminded of the nearly three weeks in November and December that there is no school. No school means my boys are home. All day. And although I cherish the moments we have together since I’m on the road a lot, it can really put a […]

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Creativity Can Come from Consulting

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I spend about 80-90% of my time at my desk doing the same routine tasks. I process coupons and promotions for Sunshine Rewards. I blog on my niche sites. I contribute to various forums and Facebook groups. Every day can start to run into the next. But about 10-20% of my time I spend consulting […]

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