Making It Work As A Work-From-Home Mom

Making It Work As A Work-From-Home Mom

Did you know that if you’re a mom who works from home, you’re likely to be more productive than working people without children? A lot of this comes down to the fact that working moms have to manage time effectively on a daily basis. Working from home is a popular choice for some moms with young kids, as it can help them manage their work commitments alongside their children’s schedule. Read More

Meteorologist Gives Weather Report While Wearing Her Sleepy Baby

When asked why she wore her child on air, Martin responded, “Babywearing has been a passion of mine since my son came into my world. It has been an invaluable tool for me as a mother and helped me and my son bond during the early stages of infancy. Not only that, but it was and still is incredibly liberating to be able to comfort my child whilst doing other tasks, which has helped me be a happier mom. Read More

4 Job Benefits Essential For Single Moms

Not every employer offers benefits, and when a single mom is job hunting it may seem like she needs to take whatever she can find. But if a minimum wage job with no benefits doesn’t even earn you enough to get health insurance for your child, then maybe you should hold out for a better position with better benefits or better pay. Read More

Make Money While You Sleep

J. Paul Getty, of Getty Oil fame, once wisely said, “The key to wealth is to learn to make money while you sleep.” How right he was—and if you’re like many moms today, you also don’t have enough time to work more than 40 hours a week, either. Read More