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!
· Bookmark this post or pin it because you’ll want to come back to it over and over again! Pro Blogger shares how to grow your social media presence the right way. So much good advice and so many useful tools to use!
· I love how The Family CEO assigns different jobs to her different streams of income. See how much money she “found” in the first three months of the year and what she had that money do for her.
· If you’re like most people, there are probably some things about your home that you really dislike. Mom Advice was in the same position, but over the years, she’s learned to love the home she’s in.
· Life as Mom shares family movies that were better than she expected. (Her kids range from 6 to 17, so if you have kids in that age range, these suggestions are for you.)
· Do you have leftover ham from Easter? If so, try some of Good, Cheap Eats’ recipes using leftover ham.
· Working as a transcriber can be a great work from home job, but most transcription jobs require experience. Not so with Transcribe.com as Real Ways to Earn Money Online explains.
· If you received a tax refund, how do you plan to use it? The Work at Home Wife has some excellent suggestions.
· When you work from home and money is tight, deciding to wait to contribute to retirement seems like a logical choice. However, Wise Bread reminds us that the sooner you start saving, the easier it will be to meet your retirement goals thanks to compound interest.
· Do you have kids struggling to learn U.S. geography? If so, check out this interactive game from Sheppard Software that will help them learn the states in no time. (It could help you brush up, too!)
· I love Erren’s Kitchen’s take on spaghetti! This could be a great way to get your kids to happily eat their vegetables.
Thanks to everyone who was included in this edition's list!