Category Archives for "Work At Home Moms"

7 Ways Work-At-Home Moms Monetise Their Blog


Work at home moms find it difficult, if not impossible, to make money out of their blog.

To get people to your site was hard enough BUT then to convince them to whip out their credit cards and buy your stuff is a whole different level.

I mean, how on earth do you sell your product, course or service?

How will you convince people to click your affiliate link and make a purchase?

Just, how?

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10 Ways For Work At Home Moms To Overcome The Overwhelm


You are a work at home mom, but your back hurts. Your legs are tired. Your arms are sore. And, your mind is slowly going.

You get super irritable in the most unexpected moments. You’re happy one second and the next thing you know, you’re angry.

But, you don’t show the broken side to your kids (or your husband to a certain extent).

You show them the strong you. The ‘I can handle everything’ you.

You can almost hear the cape flapping in the background over the epic soundtrack!

This isn’t just you. It’s me too.

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Work At Home Mompreneur – The Real Story


Before I became a work at home mom, I’d wake up, cook meals, clean the dishes and the toilet, get three kids ready for school, find my husband’s socks, kiss him goodbye to work, do the laundry, clean the house, cook food for the kids, sit down and calculate the budget, repeat this 365 times and you get to see a life of a wife and a mom – a snapshot of my life as it used to be.

But wait, before I continue, I forgot my manners. I’m sorry, let me introduce myself first.

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For Moms Who Want To Work At Home – But Can’t Get Started

You know what I’m tired of hearing?

Women have to stop earning money once they have children

We all know how women thrive, just as men do, to get a job; how they worked through endless nights to earn that promotion. So, imagine the pain they must be in once they throw the towel in on their careers.

According to Lean In, about 43% of women ended their careers because they found it too hard to juggle between their work and children.

But what if this number could decrease?

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