Society’s been quick to label the “stay at home mom” and the “working mother,” but the “work at home mom” is rarely ever mentioned.
I’ve been a work at home mom—in some capacity—since my first son was born in 2010. 577 more words
With summer vacations ending, you may feel there’s no longer an acceptable reason to be away from work. Can you afford to stay home with a sick child or work from home while supervising a contractor now that the season for time off has ended? 727 more words
This blog has been hibernating for one year, nine months, and three days. And just like that, after tucking my kids into bed, after eating a leftover banana pancake for dinner, before emptying out the dishwasher, and while drinking ginger tea, I felt like reviving it. 361 more words
Flexible jobs, including shared jobs, work-from-home and freelancing, have become a new way of earning in a living, especially in a repressed economy. Employers unwilling to commit to 6-digit salaries are far more willing to contract with an experienced person on a project by project basis. 70 more words