Weekly Wrap-Up 10/10/14

Discover 7 things that just aren't true about being a WAHM, 5 survival tips for working moms, the true essence of being mom, and much more.

7 Lies About Moms Who Work From Home

Sure, there are perks to working at home, but this WAHM thinks there are 7 things that just aren’t true about being a work at home mom. Like it’s so relaxing; it’s awesome being near your child; it’s easy to turn work off when you’re done; and you’ don’t need childcare. Read them all and see if you agree!

Do You Have What It Takes to Telecommute?

Telecommuting may sounds wonderful and exciting, but it’s not for everyone. Sure it gives you the freedom and flexible schedule, but it takes a special kind of person to make it work and it takes some getting used to. Find out from our article if you truly have what it takes to telecommute.

5 Survival Tips for Working Moms

Whether you work full-time, part-time or are a stay-at-home mom, you are a working mom and I’m sure you have days that you just want to pull your hair out and scream! This columnist gives you five survival tips on how to keep your cool, and most importantly remember how awesome you are and that being a mom is hard work!

The Work/Life Balance of the Work at Home Mom

This work-at-home mom envisions a clean house, a toned butt and tons of freelance jobs now that the kids are back in school. But being a work at home mom is harder than is seems. Doing everything every day just doesn’t cut it. This blogger explains how she breaks up the jobs and gets it all done in a much more organized fashion.

7 Life-Saving Tips for Work From Home Moms

Working from home is hard. This mom knows – she does it. She doesn’t get to run to Target during the day – or anywhere else for that matter, and her day begins as soon as she rolls out of bed and continues well into the night. The whole “work-life balance” thing doesn’t really exist when you work from home because your work and life is the same place. But she’s come up with some great tips to help work-at-home moms balance life more smoothly.

They Call Me Mom

Even if your kids are 5 and 2, 10 and 7, or grown and out of the house, they need you. They love you. They appreciate you. And at one time they made you question the moon and asked you to sleep in their room. Remember the special times and cherish the days and moments. You are mom. This blogger captures the true essence of being mom.

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