Resources for Work at Home Moms

Resources for Work at Home Moms
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This article is courtesy of Melanie Williamson. Melanie has been a successful work-from-home-mom (WAHM) for 7 years. Having no formal business background or business education prior to venturing out on her own, she learned a great deal along the way, and she loves sharing what she has learned with other work-at-home-moms.


One of the best things you can do as a work at home mom is create a network of resources to help you accomplish your goals. These resources may include help with your kids, help with household chores, help with shopping or help with your business. I wrote an article a couple months ago on the Joys of Outsourcing, which is worth reading. It will help you dispel any stigma you may feel towards hiring help.


In addition to these types of sources, there are also a number of online sources that can provide you with organization, ideas, education, networking and more. There are also a wide variety of online resources designed to provide help and encouragement to home business entrepreneurs and work at home moms, specifically.


Renegade Success Okay, obviously you are already on However, if you found your way here because you are a work at home mom, I urge you to check out the rest of the website. Devon Brown offers incredible insight into how to find success working online. He offers practical business advise, as well as motivational and personal development.


Mompreneurs Online offers a huge community of other work at home moms. You can use the message boards to community with other moms who are currently in the same position you are in, or moms who have conquered the problems you are now facing. It is a tremendous source for support and encouragement. It can help you maintain the excitement needed to be successful.

StartupNation is a great website if you are looking for or in need of capital to go your business going. This website provides a wide range of resources and ideas on where to go to get startup money and how to approach those sources.

WAHMResource Site. This website has a large library of articles that cover everything from online schooling options for moms to tips on cleaning and DIY projects. This website covers anything and everything that may be important to a work at home mom.

Fiverr. Fiverr is a great website for outsourcing small tasks. Every task on the website starts at $5, and the tasks range from article writing to social media management and promotion. Regardless of the type of business you are operating, there are tasks on this website that you may find beneficial.

Finding the right online resources will help you to streamline many of the menial tasks involved in your business, which will make things easier for you.

However, something you want to avoid is spending too much time looking for support. Being aware of and reading blogs that offer help, advice, tips and more is great, and it can do a lot to help your business. However, just like social media, it can be a major time sucker. You’ll think you’re working because you are at your computer during work hours reading work-related articles, but in reality you are getting nothing done.

Here is how you get the benefits of online support without the drag on your productivity. Put time limits on yourself. Set a timer if you need to. Decide how much time you want to devout each day to reading articles that may help you improve your business.

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