Adelaide Zindler, is Executive Producer of Home Office Mommy Radio, the online magazine, as well as the Parent Stimulus Package and Junior Mastermind. With columns featured in San Diego’s Work From Home Parenting Examiner and membership in the San Diego Press Club Adelaide is an author whose awards have even been recognized by Disney. Aside […]

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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 www.wahpm.com – a website and newsletter geared towards support and strengthening of other women. I had […]

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My guest for this episode was Jill Hart.  Jill is the founder of Christian Work at Home Moms, CWAHM.com and the co-author of So You Want To Be a Work-At-Home Mom (Beacon Hill Press, 2009). She graduated from Grace University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development/Family Studies and Bible. Jill has worked from home since […]

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If your job often makes you feel tired, burned out, or stressed to the max, try a new bathrobe on for size. February 9, 2009 is the seventh annual “Doing Business in Your Bathrobe Day,” a time to celebrate the freedom home business ownership offers people. Everyday an increasing amount of working parents are waving […]

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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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sharon on January 19th, 2009

When I first moved here over ten years ago, I was planning to be a stay at home mom.  It didn’t take me long to realize that I was craving professional interaction and recognition so much that I was trying to be superwoman.  I felt like I had to justify my existence by being a […]

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sharon on February 19th, 2008

I recently heard a woman say that being called a “work at home mom” was professionally demeaning. Being one myself, my initial reaction was to agree with her. “That’s right, I’m a professional, I’m not just a bored housewife dabbling with a hobby here,” I said to myself. Upon reflection however, I came to realize […]

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