Getting a work-life balance is essential. It doesn’t matter what you do as a work at home mom. You need that balance between your career, parenting, and your own time away from everything. It’s not just about looking after your physical health but also looking after your mental health. There are times that I need […]
Want to become a freelance writer? Where do you start?
One of the ways to become a WAHM is to become a freelance writer. But now where do you start? What do you need and who do you turn to for information? Where does that elusive first client come from? You likely have far more questions than I’ve already asked for you, right? The first […]
WAHM tips: When is the best time to bring out and promote your seasonal products?
While you will have products like branded bottled water from nevadabottledwater.com that can be promoted throughout the year, you’ll have some products that are seasonal. They could be winter boots that you make or you may offer seasonally-printed material. As a WAHM, you need to make the most of your time and that means finding […]
4 Things all WAHMs need to do for their business before going on vacation
I know the last thing you’re going to think about right now is going on an actual vacation. But that doesn’t mean you’re not taking a vacation from your WAHM business. All WAHMs need to follow these four tips. Whether you’re a writer, a photographer, or you run a product-based business, there are going to […]
Life tips: 3 tips to say no to everyone in your life
As women, we tend to have trouble saying no. Okay, maybe not so much with our kids. I spend a lot of my time telling them they can’t have something. However, it can be difficult to say no to other people and this is one of those life tips you need to develop. Can you […]
10 tips to spring clean your blog
Every year, we spring clean our house, right? Well, okay, we think about doing it. Your blog is another place you want to think about spring cleaning. Like your home, your blog ends up with some unnecessary and unwanted cobwebs. You’ll have old posts that are no longer relevant, links that don’t work, and even […]
Revenue Share Site Tips: What You Can Learn from the Recent Pinterest & Facebook Changes
If you haven’t heard yet, both Facebook and Pinterest have made some changes that will affect you making money with your writing. Twitter made some changes too, although I haven’t seen them affect as many people as the other two. There are some revenue share site tips that you can take from the changes; things […]
How Do I Manage So Many Blogs?
I’m going to keep this short for today. I had a question last year when I mentioned that I have at least six blogs. I have more, but some of them have died or are at least dormant. The question was how could I possibly manage so many blogs. Especially when I have my eBooks […]
How to Create That Work/Life Balance as a Freelance Writer
Many freelance writers start their job for one reason. They want to spend more time with their family. Well, there are likely other reasons, but the spending more time with family is a big reason for starting. After all, you get to set your own hours and work from home, right? You should be able […]