Podcast With Work At Home Mom – Author Victoria Marin

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WAHMoms/WAHDads host Deborah Carney is joined by guest Victoria Marin.

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Please visit the link below and join Victoria in helping to stop bullying. This is a webinar scheduled for Wednesday August 29, 2012

“I would also like to share that my son is featured as a Youth Luminary for his courageous rise against bullying and for his passion for helping raise awareness for the power of dance for all those with special challenges.” – Victoria

Tell us a little about yourself:
Victoria Marin graduated from New York University in 1995 with a degree in Occupational Therapy. Early in her career, she was an instructor for the Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants Program at Rockland Community College and was a member of the faculty at Dominican College. Now, as a stay-at-mom of 5 children, she is an author of children's literature. Her first book, Aiden's Waltz, is about a young boy with Autism who overcomes his challenges through the art of ballroom dancing. Aiden's Waltz was awarded 5 stars from Readers Favorites Book Reviews and was recommended as a teaching tool for parents and educators.

As a work at home parent what is your biggest challenge?
As a work at home parent, my biggest challenge is finding a quiet area to write and conduct interviews. With 5 children, it can be very noisy and distracting at home. Quite often, business phone calls are made from my car! My younger children do not understand that I am working from a home office, therefore, interruptions are frequent. Nonetheless, with organization and determination, I am able to succeed as a work at home parent.

What is the biggest advantage to being a work at home parent?
The biggest advantage to being a work at home parent is that I can schedule around the needs of my family which allows me to be an active part of my children's lives.

As a work at home parent what advice would you give other work at home parents?
I would advise other work at home parents to schedule “office hours” which fit into the hectic lives of your children. Another bit of advice would be to fall in love with your crock pot. By doing so, I am able to prepare home cooked meals which we can enjoy as a family each evening.

Facebook – http://facebook.com/victoria.marin.583

Twitter – @VictoriaMarin29

Thanks to GeekCast.fm for hosting all of our podcasts. Visit them for more podcasts about marketing and working from home. Also join the forum that is for women to interact with other successful women, JoinWOMU

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About the Author - Deborah Carney

Deborah Carney - mom of 3 children, 2 that were physically handicapped - has been a Work at Home Mom for over 30 years. From wanting to work at home to needing to, she has a lot to share. She currently educates people via ABCsPlus podcasts, is helping people publish books via BookGoodies.net .


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