Archives for April 2014

Action and Intention

It is April! We have more light through the day if we are subjected to the horrors of daylight savings time and then the rites of spring. The warmer days creep up in rapid succession and before you know it Easter is overtaken by Memorial Day then the 4th of July then school starting again. […]

Ways To Relax When Working From Home

There is nothing better than avoiding the daily commute to and from the office by either having a fully work from home job or being allowed to work your job from home on specific days by your boss. Working from home is great for many reasons, but it can be just as stressful, if not […]

Five Workouts For Work At Home Moms

Twenty four hours a day barely seems like enough time for the work-at-home mom to juggle her business and family responsibilities. The work-at-home mom is smart though; she knows if she doesn’t take time to care for herself, other important facets of her life suffer. Exercising is non-negotiable. Here are five workouts for work at […]

Making the Most of Your Family’s Schedule (Video Tip)

Do you have a wall calendar for keeping your family’s schedule straight? Are you making the most of your family’s schedule? Kari of Driskotech is sharing awesome tips today. Kari Driskell is a previous middle school math teacher, mother of two busy lil blonde headed girls, wife of a busy high school football coach, a […]

How to Start Off Strong in a New Business

I went to college to be a high school teacher.  I was taught, trained, and educated on how to do that job.  I was given many opportunities to practice it before I actually had to do it all by myself. Four children and ten years later I found myself in front of a new job […]

5 Ways To Fit In Exercise When You’re a Work At Home Mom

Working at home can be awesome, but it can be isolating. If you don’t plan correctly it can also be sedentary. If you’re like most women “exercise” and “me” time is usually low on your priority list. When I made the leap to work at home mom from work outside the home, my expectations were a little skewed. […]

Candy-Coated Popcorn Party Mix (Gluten Free)

I whipped this up for my girls’ Easter parties at school, but because of all of the seasonal M&Ms, it would be perfect for any holiday or party. I was inspired by this recipe I found on Pinterest, but because both girls are gluten free, I adapted it a bit. It’s so versatile, though, you […]

Turning a Blog Hobby into a Career

My blog started as a requirement for school. After the class was over, it transformed into a hobby that led me on a new career path as a work at home mom. The transformation from hobby to career has had its ups and downs, but I’m happy I stuck with it. I am able to […]

Home Office Organization In A Limited Space-Corner Office

Lisa Allen writes at Back To Allen and is co-producer of the Listen To Your Mother-Kansas City. She works at home, but only has a corner in a room in which do work. Here’s how she stays productive and on task with home office organization in a limited space–her corner office. According to Lisa, this […]

Stealing Moments for You

Working from home means that you never leave the office. If you’re like me and you have your email, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram on your phone, you really never leave. Then, as is the nature of a work-at-home-parent, there’s your 24/7 job of, well, being a parent. My for-pay job(s) has me on the computer […]