If you’re looking for a legitimate work-at-home job, or if you want to launch and run your own home-based business — you’re in the right place.
Named by Forbes as one of the top 100 websites for your career, The Work at Home Woman helps individuals find remote careers and businesses that feed their souls with job leads, ideas, and information.
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Here’s how it all got started.
Since the day my daughter was born, I’ve been a stay-at-home mom. But after nine months of play-dates, mommy and me classes, and a dwindling bank account, I felt the urge to make some money and exercise my brain. I looked online for different work-at-home opportunities, but the majority of my time was spent weeding through scams and sifting through the various websites to find all of the information that I was looking for.
I had always enjoyed writing and dreamed of writing a comedic novel; however, I never considered blogging as a career option. I continued looking online for work-at-home jobs when I finally had my light bulb moment – “I’m going to create the perfect work-at-home website for women!”
To fund this endeavor, I started working part-time at home as a social media manager for a publishing company. During this time I researched ideas, created content, and hired a graphic designer to create a custom blog for me. In March of 2009, I officially launched The Work at Home Woman.
I’ve been blogging for ten years, and I absolutely love it! I’ve worked with major brands like HP, Tastefully Simple, cabi, NeatDesk, Staples, and MSN. I’ve also been quoted in big-name publications like the NY Times, CNN, Forbes, The Huffington Post, Woman’s Day Magazine, Working Mother, and HLN TV.
In July 2019, my book, Time Management in 20 Minutes a Day: Simple Strategies to Increase Productivity, Enhance Creativity, and Make Your Time Your Own was publishe
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