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!
· Constant Contact urges readers to take a 30 day social media challenge. I’m guessing if you do, you’ll see your social media numbers increase.
· Social Triggers argues that reading is one of the ways to become more successful. He also gives a list of his favorite books for entrepreneurs from 2014. (Make sure to read the comments that are also packed with suggestions of other great books to read!)
· If you can’t get enough of reading lists, make sure to check out The Huffington Post’s top 20 books for 2014. There were several I haven’t heard of and want to check out from the library.
· Frugal Upstate shows that even if you don’t achieve all of your goals for the year, you may have done plenty of other important things that never made the list.
· Is your goal to declutter this year? If so, follow The Inspired Room’s decluttering plan, and you’ll have what feels like a new home in 2016. (Do you think you could find a bag a day of things to get rid of?)
· Mom Advice reminds us that getting in shape and eating healthy doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Plus, I love her motivation that every time she runs, she’s “running toward spending quality time with people I love.”
· Do you want to make a six-figure income working from home? The Work at Home Wife reminds readers that it’s not as difficult to do as you may think.
· Real Ways to Earn Money Online shares details of a work at home job that many may not have thought about—resume writer.
· How do you spend your lunch hour? If you spend it sitting at your desk scarfing down a sandwich while working, consider instead doing one of these 10 things Wise Bread suggest.
· What’s better than easy AND healthy meals? Check out My Natural Family’s list of 50 clean eating crockpot recipes.
Thanks to everyone who was included in this edition's list!