How to Follow FTC Guidelines on Your Blog and Social Media

Most bloggers hope to make some money from their blogs, and many of us do.  There are many programs that allow bloggers to be compensated for their efforts.  If you're involved with one or more of these programs, according to FTC guidelines, you must disclose your relationship with your blog readers.

1099 Top 10: Can You Ignore Social Media?

We like to regularly share our favorite posts from the Work at Home Mom niche. Some articles may come from Moms, but all of them will be great. Enjoy!

·         How much time do you spend actually interacting with colleagues and others?  US News recommends focusing on relationships in person, rather than on social media, to advance your career.

·         BlogHer shares 3 important ways you can grow your blog community.  Do you do these things?

Work-at-Home Job Leads for September 29th, 2014

Welcome to our weekly Jobs spotlight, where we highlight some of the job opportunities that we have found for 1099 Moms and other employment from home.  


5 Survival Tips for Working at Home with a New Baby

I have had 3 babies since my work-at-home job adventure started in 2006.  Since my little ones were the inspiration for staying out of the job force, it only seemed fitting that I work them into my career, giving them highest priority when traveling, scheduling work time, and conducting business day-to-day.

To be honest, however, it has been a struggle.  As a mom who has had all of her babies by c-section (yes, that's SIX surgeries) and who also works with her husband to have them educated at home, it's a daily exercise in patience, hard-work, and perspective.  With the newborns, it's also an exercise in insanity. I literally feel like I lose my mind for the first 18 months after they are born.

It can be done, but it is trying.  I couldn't have done it without these survival tips!

1. Lower expectations.. somewhere.  Most of us can't afford to let job duties slide, especially if we are the main breadwinners for our families.  So, that means something else has got to give.  In my case, it's the housework.  Our home gets tidied up for company, and it's usually a 48-hour marathon of dusting, laundry, organizing, and --sometimes -- even hiding stuff.  But it works.  And the rest of the time, I do daily household tasks but never get it quite company ready.

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