As a new blogger, you hear more and more about ads –
Bloggers are claiming to make $30k in their first year with their blog strictly from display ads.
Is this for real? Is it legit?Continue reading →
You know it’s possible to make money blogging, but here’s the thing –
You don’t know how to make that happen.Continue reading →
When I was pregnant, I had a lot of time to knit. I knitted scarves and baby hats and a friend of mine suggested I could make crafts to make and sell.
I had no idea, but there are thousands of crafts that make money (like mason jar crafts too!). And if you’re a stay at home mom that wants to make extra money from home, why not find some easy things to make and sell for money?Continue reading →
Are you a stay-at-home mom looking for ways to earn $100 a day without a real job?
You want to earn some extra cash either before you go back to work or just because you want to contribute to the household finances.
That was me – I was a stay-at-home mom taking care of my twins. They were around a year and a half when I made the decision that I did not want to go back to work.Continue reading →
Are you a stay-at-home mom wanting a mom job?
Starting your side hustle business was what helped me start this road to making a living from blogging.
And, it’s the perfect business for a stay-at-home mom! Figuring out what side hustle you want to do and developing a plan around your side hustle are two of the most important things to start with.Continue reading →
Have you recently started a business for your blog?
This means when you want to monetize your mommy blog, you are starting a business mama!
Going from blog to business usually starts with an email list.
Why? Because once you start collecting email addresses from your readers, you can start developing a connection and a relationship that’s unique to you and your blog.
You get to know your email subscribers on a deeper level.Continue reading →
Are you a stay-at-home mom or working mom wanting to work from home?
I hear you, mama! Before I became a work from home mom blogger, I worked in the school system. I worked long hours and had to travel up to 2 hours a day for my job.
It was grueling.
We were newly married and living in a one-bedroom apartment. I wanted to work from home since my hubby was doing it and when I became pregnant with twins, I knew that being a working mom wasn’t going to help us get out of our small place for good.Continue reading →
Want to start a blog and eventually work at home?
You can do it, mama!
I’m Elna, and I’ve been working at home for a while now. I started when my twins weren’t even two years old, and now they are in school.
This will be my first year as a full-time blogger!
I’m excited by the possibilities to grow my blog traffic, my sales, and my email list. This is also the first time I have my own home office.
Before we moved, I had my office in our master bedroom while my husband had his downstairs.
When we moved, we decided I should have the office room since I need the room for my office equipment. My husband now is using the master bedroom for his office.
We are also talking about conjoining our offices so we are in one big room, but that may come later!Continue reading →
You’ve decided to work at home as a blogger! Congrats! But, that might mean living on one income. Setting financial goals as a blogger is important when you’re new to blogging.
Your blog won’t generate income for a while and that might mean bootstrapping your blogging until you start making money with your blog.
And if you are no longer working that 9-5 job and you’re not generating income, then you need to cut expenses, live frugally and plan your monetization strategy for your blog.
But, that doesn’t have to sound like a bad thing! Blogging is a creative outlet and fun! I’ve been doing this for four years and I wouldn’t change it for the world.
Do you know that feeling when you’re riding high and enjoying – no, LOVING – what you’re doing online? Like, everything is clicking at that precise moment?
But, then –
You realize, what are you really doing here? What are you really working for?Continue reading →