8+ Helpful Cleaning Hacks for Work-from-home Parents

You’re busy. I get it. You don’t have the time to read a long intro or a boring story about how hard it is to keep a clean house when working from home. You already know because you live it. So, let’s just cut to the chase. Here are some helpful cleaning hacks for work-from-home parents that are quick and easy! Cleaning Hacks for Work-from-Home Parents: Must-Have Items Cleaning is difficult enough without wasting time and energy looking for the items you need. So, the first thing you should do is create a cleaning kit that includes all of your must-haves, then put this kit in a convenient spot. You could even create separate kits for each room. What should …

8+ Helpful Cleaning Hacks for Work-from-home Parents Read More »

How to Work from Home with Kids: 10 Powerful Resources and Pro Tips

How to work from home with kids. Due to recent events and the surge of people working remotely, this has become a hot topic indeed. So, how is it done? What can we veterans share with newcomers so they can manage the chaos of it all? Learning how to work from home with kids will take some practice, but there are some things you can do to get a handle on the situation.

Positive Parenting During Teen Years: 13 Quick Tips for Working Moms

Positive parenting during teen years might come naturally, especially if you implemented positive parenting during childhood. The main goal of positive parenting is to foster a healthy relationship between parent and child that’s founded on mutual respect and safety. If you have that bond with your teen, you will weather the changes of adolescence together—and it might not be as difficult as you think. What if you’re new to positive parenting? Not to worry! It’s never too late to learn. Here are some easy ways to use positive parenting during teen years—even as a busy, work-from-home mom. Positive Parenting During Teen Years: (Age 12-17) Do you remember what it was like to be a teenager? It’s probably a good idea …

Positive Parenting During Teen Years: 13 Quick Tips for Working Moms Read More »

Positive Parenting for Middle Childhood: 20 Top Work-from-home Tips

Positive parenting for middle childhood—it’s just as important and useful now as it was during early childhood. Although the days of diaper changes, sippy cups, and toddler tantrums are slipping away, as a work-from-home parent, you have plenty of challenges ahead of you. With these positive parenting practices in place, you can continue to grow your career while providing your child with the best life possible. Positive Parenting for Middle Childhood: Ages 6-8 Watching your baby transform into a “big kid” is amazing. You’re proud of how much they have learned, how responsible they are becoming, and the unique personality and gifts that are beginning to blossom. Communicating with your child is also easier, yet they are still young enough …

Positive Parenting for Middle Childhood: 20 Top Work-from-home Tips Read More »

Positive Parenting in Early Childhood: My 11 Best Work-from-home Tips

Positive parenting is catching on, and for good reason. As a working mom, I know that it can be difficult to manage the challenges of parenting when working from home. Positive parenting for early childhood is a great way to meet that challenge head-on. If you’re like me, you might worry that you aren’t giving your children enough time and focus. You might also struggle with proper discipline or keeping up with your child’s developmental milestones. Positive parenting strategies provide useful insight into childhood development and techniques for ensuring the emotional and physical well-being of our children—and these strategies are simple enough for us busy work-from-home parents to implement.   So, as one working parent to another, I want to …

Positive Parenting in Early Childhood: My 11 Best Work-from-home Tips Read More »

7 Ways to Earn Extra Money for the Holidays by Working from Home

Who doesn’t need to make some extra money for the holidays? I know I do! It’s good to remember that the holiday season is a time of thankfulness, kindness, and joy. Unfortunately, this season also comes with a great deal of stress for many, and finances are often to blame. From preparing large meals to travel expenses, purchasing gifts, holiday decorations, and more, this time of the year can become expensive fast. What’s the solution? Unless you want to rack up credit card debt, your best bet is to find a part-time side job. This can be challenging, especially if you already work full time. Have you considered making money for the holidays by working remotely? Make Money for the …

7 Ways to Earn Extra Money for the Holidays by Working from Home Read More »

How to Take a Work-from-home Vacation in 5 Easy Steps

Five years ago, I started a part-time remote job, without knowing about work-from-home vacations. I loved my first few weeks working remotely; I was freed of the morning rush to get to work and could work without compromising on time for my friends and family. Self-set goals took precedence over the obligation to stay at my desk until the clock struck 5. But the momentum did not last. A few months in, I was burned out and could find no clear demarcation between work and the rest of my life. I distinctly remember a moment when I was looking at the floor and the surrounding walls after a remote work shift ended, feeling like I had not felt oriented to my …

How to Take a Work-from-home Vacation in 5 Easy Steps Read More »

8 Useful Tips to Combat Work-from-home Burnout

If you’ve ever experienced work-from-home burnout, then you know the feeling. Trouble focusing, restlessness, headaches, and even a surge in illness can be common symptoms.  I know what burnout feels like, and I am so thankful to have discovered some methods for combating the overwhelming problem of work-from-home burnout.  However, the solution did not come overnight. As with most things, I had to go through a period of trial and error before finding effective solutions.   Tired? Drink more coffee. Trouble focusing? Chide yourself and keep going anyway, or worse yet, give in to procrastination. Restless? Headaches? Illness? Medicate and move on.  Quick fixes help for a time. But here is the problem: the symptoms always come back. So, for me, …

8 Useful Tips to Combat Work-from-home Burnout Read More »

One Simple Way a Work-from-home Mom Builds a Happy Home

My first child was a baby when I began working from home. I imagined that working from home would be such a joy because I would spend every waking hour with my little one. I would not miss out on his first words, his first steps, or any of those important moments that only come once in a lifetime. This proved to be mostly true.