Working from home is becoming more and more common, and it's not just the domain of freelancers anymore. Angie Hill, Microsoft's Apps and Services organization general manager, gave us the lowdown on how she manages her international team from her home on the beach and still manages to have time to embarrass her kids.Read Full Story
You could be a food blogger, a dog whisperer or a lawyer, but if you work and you're also the default caregiver for your children, summertime can be more stressful than the holidays. By setting expectations, routines and plenty of playdates, you can learn to enjoy this special time with your children rather than dread it.Read Full Story
Moms who have left behind an outside-the-home job often find themselves needing to (or wanting to) bring in some extra income. We found three stay-at-home moms who have discovered the best of both worlds — staying at home with their kids while working on a career and bringing in some income.Read Full Story
Work-at-home moms do a lot for others — and often forget their own needs in the process. Yet, you can dramatically change the course of every day by giving yourself the same attention you'd give those you know and love. In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, writer Stephanie Taylor Christensen explores how.Read Full Story
You might assume that your need for a current resume is about as important as keeping your business wardrobe tailored and trendy when you're a work at home mom, but your resume still matters — even if it's not going to be sent to an employer within the next decade. In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, writer Stephanie Taylor Christensen explores why you shouldn't leave your resume to collect dust — even if your days of working a 9-to-5 are a thing of the past.Read Full Story
When you work full time for someone else, you often get a paid vacation, which means nothing but quality family time for the duration of your leave. When you're a work-at-home mom, taking a break means not getting paid, and possibly, missing out on valuable opportunities. But with a little strategy, you can leverage summer travels to reap all their rewards, mentally and financially. In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, writer Stephanie Taylor Christensen explores how.Read Full Story
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