6 Must-Have Time Management Resources for Work-at-Home Moms

When you go to the office every day, you may spend some time chatting with colleagues and surfing the Internet.  However, most of the time, you're probably working because you know your productivity and output is being monitored. 

When you make the switch to working at home, one of the greatest challenges is managing your time.  After all, if you decide not to work and instead clean the kitchen, do the laundry, or even catch some rays on the deck, there's no one to stop you.

If you're struggling with time management or you want to be more productive, you can't go wrong with these resources:

1.  Attack Your Day Before It Attacks You by Mark Woods and Trapper Woods

The authors understand that old time management rules no longer apply to our busy, digital, super-connected world.  Instead, they offer a unique way to manage your time while incorporating technology.

1099 Top 10: Connect with Your Spouse This Holiday Season

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!

·         Mom Advice suggests many ways to put your marriage at the top of your holiday to-do list.  I love the ideas of having formal pictures taken of just the two of you!

·         In the same vein, House of Rose encourages you to take a 22 day Love Habit Challenge.

·         Just in time for Thanksgiving, Frugal Upstate shares three different ways to make gravy.

Work-at-Home Job Leads for November 17th, 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.  


Should You Tell Your New Clients that You’re Taking Maternity Leave?

Maternity leave can be a touchy subject in traditional outside-of-the-home jobs, but when it comes to from-home or telecommuting work, it can be even touchier, and here’s why: if, right off the bat, you tell your new clients that you’re taking maternity leave, they may wonder if doing business with you is a good idea. But on the other hand, if you don’t tell your new clients that maternity leave is in the cards for you (and thus them), and they find out elsewhere (your blog, a vague mention on Twitter, a reference on Facebook, etc.), they’re going to feel like they’ve been deceived.

5 Reasons to Use a Tablet in Your Home Business (with Buying Guide)

If you’re running a home business, there’s no question that when it comes down to a desktop computer vs. a laptop computer, the laptop computer is going to win out, especially if your home-based business sometimes takes you out of the home. Laptop computers are portable, easy to travel with and secure, and can run on a battery.

But when it comes to choosing between a laptop and a tablet, or simply deciding whether or not to purchase a tablet to use in addition to your computer, here are five reasons why you may want to go ahead and say yes:

Don't Forget to Include These 5 Things in Your Work-at-Home Resume!

If you work from home, putting together a resume won’t be quite as straightforward as it is for those who are employed by brick & mortar companies. But don’t underestimate your value: just because you take advantage of the flexibility and freedom of working from home doesn’t mean that you aren’t a hard-working employee or freelancer.

Take the time to include these five essential pieces of information in your work-at-home resume, and your potential employers will definitely take notice:


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