3 Tips For Work-At-Home Moms

3 Tips For Work-At-Home Moms

Posted on 13. Apr, 2012 by in Family, Working Moms

Trying to get things done with kids around can be extremely challenging.

At times, it feels like you’ll never get any work accomplished with all the racket going on.

Working from home allows for mama to be close by at all times while still contributing to your family’s financial well-being. There are plenty of work-from-home opportunities available to us moms, the key is finding one that fits your situation and abilities.

Here are three tips for any work-at-home mama to help get some money-making time in.

Move Fast

If you know that your child’s favorite show or movie is coming on, and you know that it will hold their attention for a specific amount of time, then get to working.

Or, if it seems that your children are at their best-behaved early in the morning, then work then.

The key for moving fast is to find those allotted time frames when your kids will let you get some work in.

Use Nap Time To Your Advantage

If you have younger children who still nap, then that’s the time when you should power your way through your most important need-to-get-done-now work projects.

From the moment your little one hits the pillow, you get down to business.

This tip worked well for me when my son was younger — and I was one of the lucky ones, my son napped until he was four.

Find Your Sweet Spot

This may mean that mom gets up super early before the family wakes to get a few hours of work in.

Or it may mean that mom stays up late to finish up the the workload on your plate.

Whatever works best for you as a work-at-home mom is something that you need to find out, plan out, and find your groove with.

  • Having the ability to make money while you can also stay home with your family is such a fantastic opportunity for all those involved.

  • The key with working from home is simply to find out what works best for you, your family, your abilities, and your workload.

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About the author: Danielle is a freelance blogger and website content manager specializing in parenting, family, pregnancy, social media, and entrepreneurial topics. To learn more about Danielle, please visit her website at www.PenPointEditorial.com.

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