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 â€œDoing Business in Your Bathrobe Day,â€ a time to celebrate the freedom home business ownership offers people. Everyday an increasing amount of working parents are waving goodbye to the pressures of the corporate rat race and settling into a more balanced and better quality of lifeâ€¦working from home.
I’ve been working at home for ten years now here on the Mendocino Coast.Â There are very limited employment opportunities here in our small, rural town so working at home is the best option for many local residents.
Kristie Tamsevicius, co-founder of Webmomz.com, a site that empowers women who have chosen to work from home, views having a home business as the ultimate life balancer.
â€œSome people may think that living and working under the same roof creates more stress, but in fact, just the opposite is true. Working from home gives you the freedom to schedule your work around your life, rather than the other way around. That way you can create a life that you truly love.â€
And the home business bug isnâ€™t just biting American workers. People in England, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand are celebrating the power of the bathrobe and taking control of their workday and financial future.
Considering that the average worker spends up to 12 hours a day focused on work-related activities, often skipping lunch due to job demands, itâ€™s no wonder that many people feel out of balance. So for the millions of people who have dreamed about a home based business and the opportunity to finally have some life balance, February 9, 2009 may be the perfect day to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit and map out a new business planâ€”one that makes the bathrobe your power suit.
On the day, Webmomz.com will hold a random drawing for a bathrobe and a host of other prizes. Register online at www.businessinyourbathrobeday.com.
Additional information on the festivities planned for the day and about the WebMomz prizes can be found at www.webmomz.com or by contacting Kristie Tamsevicius at 847-244-8450.