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WORK FROM HOME JOBS FOR MOMS THAT WILL IGNITE YOUR PASSION

I never thought that 6 months ago when I googled “work from home jobs for moms” that I would end up where I am today. Being a stay at home mom is tough stuff! We do about 1000 things at any given point throughout the day yet we still feel we don’t contribute enough. I have no idea where that feeling stems from but my goodness can I just shake it already! I consider myself a SAHM and I have…

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WHO YOU CALLING HOMEMAKERS?

Define Homemaker: Homemakers- ones who manage a household especially as a wife and mother While I suppose at a glance you could categorize me under the homemaker’s title, I much prefer one of the other titles such as stay at home mom, family manager, home economist, and my personal favorite home engineer. When I think of the title homemaker I think of some mother from the 50’s who cooks, cleans and raises her children just like me, but not me.…

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4 USEFUL REASONS THE INTERNET IS A MOM’S BEST FRIEND

This content uses referral links. Read our disclosure policy for more information. After I became a mother, or maybe it was while I was pregnant, I was constantly on my phone checking my social media and searching the internet for entertainment. I’m not afraid to admit it, I was addicted to my phone, and I probably still am but I don’t care. I love the connections I make all through the screen of my phone. I think this is what…

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7 BUDGETING IDEAS FOR A STAY-AT-HOME-MOM

I often hear people asking “How can I become a stay-at-home-mom?” The answer is short and simple, sacrifice.  Like many things in life, living off of one income is hard work, unless, of course, your partner makes millions. We have a budget and we have to stick to it. We rarely spend any money unless it’s part of our budget. There are several ways to save a little on your spending but this is how we manage to live solely off of one…

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MINIMALISM: HOW TO GET STARTED AS A MINIMALIST WITH KIDS

I’ve recently noticed a lot of talk about trying to minimize your life or purging what you don’t use around your house. Minimalism, to me, basically means getting rid of life’s excess, which in turn will help your family focus on what is important. Fortunately for my family, this has always come naturally. While we do not live in a tiny house, I am confident that we could. We have been slimming down our belongs nearly every year for the…

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