Mothers, or moms-to-be, starting to work-at-home.

Are you a Mother? Did you wake up this morning and consider getting back into the working word?

If so, here are 4 tips to help you get started to work-at-home.


Many mothers, or moms-to-be are anxious about the money lost while staying at home and taking care of their young. Worry no longer!

Working from home is an excellent idea whether you’re looking for a new career, trying to get more money in your pocket, or even just to interact with other adults.


Before you jump into your slippers and stroll downstairs to start your new business, here are 4 things to consider;


1)      Find your confidence.

Whether you’re a mom to be, or already a mother, when you step into the work place you are a business woman! Use the skills you use in your everyday life and transform them into your resume.


Are your kitchen counters clean and all the dishes put away? If so, you’re neat and organized.

Is the nursery decorated in a certain color scheme or theme? If so, you’re creative and decisive.

Do you discipline your children and set important rules? If so, you have fantastic leadership and management skills.

Although you have been staying at home with your children, you have been growing as an individual and gaining the skills you can use towards your business.


2)      Which direction would you like to adventure?

Sit down and think about what you are good at and what you enjoy to do. This will help you to decide which direction you would like to head in, as well as motivate you to jump into work.

You should consider what careers you have experience with, which you’re interested in, and which you would like to peruse.
The internet is so divers; it may be a good idea to choose a few interesting careers, and then narrow down your choices once you do your research.

When you do start your research, be aware of scams! You know how the saying goes,

“if it sounds too good to be true, it is”


3)      Plan your schedule.

How much time would you like to spend working each day? There are part-time, as well as full time work-at-home positions.

If you don’t want to, or cant, spend a lot of time away from your children, consider a flexible part-time schedule that will give you the freedom to stop working when they need your attention, or even take certain week days off.

On the other hand, if you have a lot of free time, pick a full-time schedule that will give you an opportunity to work full hours.

Be realistic when you consider your schedule, because there is no doubt that you will miss your little ones, and they will need you at times. It should simply be based on how much time you are willing, and able to spend working.


4)      Support.

Talk to some other adults who work at home and get their advice and support to help motivate you. Hearing from other individuals who are, or have been, in the same position as you are will help forewarn you about the emotional and physical changes working will put you through, as well as the problems.


The most important thing to concentrate on from the people you talk to, is regarding their success! By focusing on the positive support, you will be able to leap into the working world with no worries.

By Christine P

Tags: Getting Started, Motivation, Time Management, Uncategorized, Work At Home


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