The Best Summer Crafts and Activities For Kids

Summer is right around the corner! For a work at home mom, that can mean a lot less time to get actual work done because the school-aged kids are home all day. Not to mention all of the sports, lessons, trips, camps, etc that you have to schedule your work around. It’s not easy to […]

Introduce yourself!

Hello everyone! You may know by now that my name is Greta and I took over this site in February. I’m a wife and wahm/sahm of four kids, ages 8, 6, 4, and 3. We live in the Kansas countryside and the kids go to a small school in one of the many neighbor towns. […]

5 At-Home Date Ideas

Every time I have a baby (I’m currently at three total), I seem to go into lockdown mode. Getting away when you are the baby’s source of nutrition or comfort can be really difficult. In fact, it seems like every time I try to leave, the baby has a weird day or night. He suddenly […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Balancing School, Kids and a Full-Time Job: Yes, You Can Do It

If you work from home full-time and have young children to take care of, you might think going back to school is not an option. But that is not the case. According to WorkingMother.com, more than 60 percent of students earning a degree online are women, most of them over the age of 25. Balancing […]

The Good Mother Myth Book Review

The Internet has brought me so many new friends: bloggers, people with similar interests, etc. But, it also has a way of making me feel “less than” especially as a mother. Every day, there’s a new list or headline about things that you SHOULD be doing for your kids, or SHOULD NOT be doing for […]

One Mom’s Work At Home Schedule

Ok so the title is misleading: I’m not technically a Work At Home Mom. I’m a Work Out of the Home, Work in the Home, Work in the Car, Work Work Work Mom. I’m a high school teacher and writer. For nine months of the year, my teaching job structures my working day, but during […]

Weekend Tip: Teach Your Child To Interrupt Politely

Deborah Gilboa is a working family physician with four kids. She spends her days helping her patients with their medical needs AND her community with their parenting questions. She has a YouTube video series and a blog with dozens and dozens of practical parenting solutions, and a book coming out soon. (affiliate link) Today, she’s sharing […]