“So do you work or are you just a mom?” the grocery clerk asked me casually as she scanned my organic grapes and not-so-organic fruit snacks. Call me crazy, but there is something about that phrase that just rubs me the wrong way.Read Full Story
If you work from home, you probably think you can do it all yourself. But there are some professional services you should consider outsourcing. We'll tell you how and when to hire CPAs, lawyers, graphic designers and more.Read Full Story
Liz Wilson, mom of two daughters, has turned her love of baking into some of the most amazing, unique cakes you will ever lay eyes on — or taste. Liz’s “mom” hobby has become much more than it started out to be, thanks to her creative eye and natural talents.Read Full Story
Unlike moms with obligations at the office, stay-at-home working moms have the freedom to enjoy summer pool days, library outings, and bike rides with the family -- every day. Of course, there is that little issue of getting work done from home in the midst of all that summer chaos. In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, writer Stephanie Taylor Christensen explores how to plan for summer as a stay-at-home working mom.Read Full Story
What kind of mom works the hardest? Who cares?! In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, Stephanie Taylor Christensen recounts her many phases of working motherhood, and why all moms should be supportive of the very tough job we've all chosen.Read Full Story
Under the category of, "Be careful what you wish for," many a mom has wished for "not so busy" in their family's life - only to get it then wonder what to do with themselves. Whether it is transitioning from working mom to stay at home mom, or from having young kids at home to kids in school, it is a big change in your schedule. Like all transitions, busy to not-so-busy (and not-so-busy to busy) is a processes. Respect and consideration for such a transition can have a big effect on how you feel about it.Read Full Story
Now that the kids are heading back to school, as a stay at home mom, you can indulge in a little you time and enjoy a hobby you love! From hobbies that don't take a lot of time to activities and crafts that you can make for your kiddos, check out these seven hobbies that can work with your kids' back to school schedule.Read Full Story
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