sharon on December 6th, 2010

Today I found myself thinking back to when my kids were younger and remembered a particularly stressful day I’d had. I had recently embarked on a large programming project that became the most frustrating, stressful thing I’ve done since I’d been in business. I won’t bore you with the details, but suffice it to say […]

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Tamara Hancock is the stay at home mother of 5 children.  She owns and operates her own small business decorating wedding cakes, creates freelance websites, is an author, and a Virtual Administrative Manager.  She is also the founder of – a website and newsletter geared towards support and strengthening of other women. I had […]

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I am so excited to have Ally Loprete, Founder of Our Milk Money on Friday’s show. Our Milk Money is a national search directory that lists ONLY self-employed parents. They are also a community resource dedicated to helping parents who want to stay at home find financial opportunities and support. The search directory began […]

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sharon on January 28th, 2010

There have been days when I’ve almost run out and rented an office. I know, I know. How on earth could I ever consider giving up working at home? Well, I did say, “almost”. But there are days when an office looks pretty darn good. Because I work from my home, there are distractions and […]

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sharon on December 7th, 2009

Many people think of working from home as a way to simply make the money that they need to make in order to pay the bills so that their family can live as comfortably as possible. Too many times when someone is working from home, they take their family for granted and the family starts […]

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sharon on October 20th, 2009

A new study has disclosed that half of fathers are choosing flexible or part-time working hours to spend more time with their families. Research conducted by The Children’s Mutual, a U.K. provider of child trust funds, shows that as many as 14 per cent of the 2,000 fathers surveyed said they chose to stop working […]

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sharon on July 23rd, 2009

My friend’s daughter Sage is visiting us for the summer.  She’s a week younger than my youngest daughter and they’re like sisters.  Between all of our regular summer activities like going to the beach and the river, they’ve decided to start a business. They made up flyers offering their services as dog walkers, car washers, […]

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sharon on January 28th, 2009

Many years ago, after the birth of our second child, my husband and I were trying to decide whether or not it would be possible for me to stay home. At first we thought that since we were just about breaking even, there was no way we could ever make it happen. But when we […]

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sharon on January 26th, 2009

I had the opportunity to review an eBook recently that I really enjoyed.  The author is Tamara Hancock- mother of five, mompreneur and freelancer. When Tamara started writing her book, her goal was to share her parenting and work at home experiences with others. As she got into it, she realized that it was more […]

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sharon on January 21st, 2009

I used to have a really challenging job. It was stressful and demanding, high pressure and large responsibilities. I was really good at it too. Then I became a parent. In my old job, I was really good at delegating, training, developing and managing people- and rationalizing. Oh, could I rationalize. “I may have to […]

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