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Breastfeeding and Returning to Work

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Working from Home: How to Get Your Unsupportive Spouse on Your Side

You’ve finally found the perfect gig to earn some money from home. But just when you think you have it all figured out, you learn that your spouse is not on board with the plan. Whether it’s a concern about money, time, housework, or anything else that might be on his mind, you’ll need to work it out together if you want your new arrangement to succeed. » Read more

Working at Home with Kids

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Top Ten Business Ideas Moms Can do From Home

Is it really possible to work from home? When you look around the work at home market, you may only see moms that are selling products from home or doing a home party type business. Is this all there is for moms to do from home? What if you are not interested in selling products? Is there anything else you can do from home and actually make money? » Read more

Great Part Time Jobs for Moms

By Maria T. Pepin Are you a stay-at-home mom looking for a flexible, family friendly career? You may want to consider getting a part time job. Not working a standard 9-5 office job will allow you to devote your time to motherhood, while putting some extra cash in your pocket. Here is a great list to get you started: At a School District ~ These jobs are ideal because they offer flexibility and you may have the opportunity to work in the same district in which you reside. This way your children are nearby or even down the hall! » Read more

Tips for Stay-at-Home Moms Who Are Ready to Go Back to Work

After years as a stay-at-home mom, many women return to work once their children are in school. The added household income is of course a major consideration, but let’s face it, after all that 24/7 time in a kid-centric universe, being out in the world with other grownups has its own appeal. Think you’re ready to go back to work after being a stay-at-home mom? Read on for some helpful tips and suggestions. Ready to Go Back to Work - Get Your Family Onboard When a stay-at-home mom goes back to work, things change for everyone. » Read more

Getting Along in the Office

Adapting to Change By Ruth Haag www.RuthHaag.com The work climate today is much different from what it was 50 years ago. A person who was born in the early 1900s could expect to get a job and keep that same job until retirement. A person born in the mid-1900s could expect to have at least two different careers during their prime work years. It is projected that those born in the later 1900s will have three to four different careers during their prime work years. » Read more

Being Friends with Co-Workers and Employees

By Ruth Haag www.RuthHaag.com You probably spend as many hours at work as you do awake at home. Thus, you spend as much time with your co-workers as with your family. » Read more

Making the Transition to be a Stay-at-Home-Mom

By Maria T. Pepin Once your maternity leave is over, you may find yourself debating whether or not to go back to work full time or stay home with your new baby. If you are leaning towards being a stay-at-home mom, here are some great tips to get you started on this rewarding journey. Review Your Finances Take a look at how much money your family will lose if you decide to stay home.  You need to determine if working is a financial necessity. Grab your checkbook and write down all the expenses/bills your family has every month. » Read more