I’ve worked from home since 2014 and during those years, I’ve learned several important things that helped me work from home with a toddler (or two).
Everyone has their reasons doing this and since work from home moms with toddlers make up 32% of all employed women in 2021, it’s no wonder the appeal to stay home and find a way to make money from home is a hot topic.
Hey, mama! Do you want to get paid to stay home?
Okay, it’s not as easy as sitting around until money falls into your lap but there are ways to make money as a stay-at-home mom.
The best part about these stay at home jobs are that they are super flexible – meaning that you can choose when to work and how hard you want to work.
Are you a mom?
Are you looking for ways to make money online?
Can I let you in on a little secret?
I started my blogging journey with no formal education or experience in this new world!
I was able to act like a sponge and absorb all the information I was reading and, although I made mistakes, I quickly learned how to make a living from blogging.
I took something I was good at and turned it into a stay at home job.
As a mom to two young twins, I do my best to try and teach them how to be responsible with money.
Part of that is letting them explore different jobs for kids and ways that they can earn their own money.
Hey mama! This Twins Mommy blog is to help you make money online! Oh Yea!
But, I know for many of us, making money in a new way is challenging and may look difficult because of lack of funds.
With the cost of living soaring in most parts of the world, it’s not uncommon to find people struggling with their day-to-day expenses.
I have to admit, I am in a DIY state of mind!
We are currently renovating our new home and I’m super excited to start working on DIY home projects to make our space unique and cozy.
Part-time work from home jobs are becoming more and more popular for working moms and stay at home moms.
Right now 45% of Americans (and 50% of Millennials) have a side hustle.
And the good thing is this trend is still growing. It’s reported that an additional 60 million people plan to start side hustles in 2021.
When I grew up, my dad drilled in me that I needed to get a job once I turned 16 years old.