5 Working From Home Tips for Moms

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Are you a Work at Home Mom (WAHM)? Whether you operate your own business or work from home as a contract worker, you lead a busy life. For that reason, there may be a lot that you want or need to do when working from home.

The beginning of the year is the perfect time to set and achieve your goals. So, if you haven’t begun working towards your goals yet as a WAHM, do so now. If you need a few ideas, continue reading on.

Create a Home Office

Many home-based workers work right from their family computer or their kitchen table. This does work, but try to develop a workspace for yourself. 

If you have a spare bedroom, transform that into your home office. Keep the extra bed in the room should family visit, but add a computer, desk, office chair, phone, and so forth.

If you are limited on space, you need to think outside of the box. Do you have a walk-in closet that you rarely use? Install a good light and transform it into your home office.

When you have a home office, a private secluded place that you can work, you are likely to improve your productivity.

Create a Home Office Space

When given the opportunity, a home-based worker should have a home office. This being a room with a functioning door. Whether you need to be on the phone with clients or have a quiet environment to work in, a separate room is required. Of course, you may not have a spare bedroom or even a walk-in closet to transform. If not, make a home office space.

A home office space is similar to an office room. In most cases, you just lock the door. Depending on how you currently work-from-home, this may involve a few purchases.

Do you have a laptop computer, but no desk? Buy or create one.

Instead of clearing your workstation each night for dinner, leave your work on your desk. Even if you must position that desk in the corner of your living room, bedroom, or kitchen, you still have a space that you can own.

Look for Other Moneymaking Opportunities

As previously stated, home-based workers come in several different formats. Whether you work for yourself or for someone else, always be on the lookout for other moneymaking opportunities. With today’s economy, there are no guarantees.

People who believed they had a secure job are now finding themselves on the unemployment line. Just because you work from home, it does not mean that it can’t happen to you. So, secure your financial future.

In terms of examining other moneymaking opportunities, always think outside of the box. Do you do customer service work from home? Consider putting your skills to use by writing reviews for companies, starting your own website or blog, and so forth. Do you do web content writing from home? In addition to writing for clients, write for yourself.

Create a Schedule for Housework

Working from home is nice, but it presents many challenges. Those who work outside of the house don’t have to worry about that sink full of dishes, but you do because you will see it every time you turn around.

All home-based workers should have a separate schedule for housework to not impact their work at home. If you do not have one, make it your New Year’s resolution.

Give Your Family More Time

Most start working from home to spend more time with family, but it doesn’t always work out as planned. Some are so amazed to see how easy it is to make money online that they don’t want to stop, but you should. If you have a problem with working too much, use your New Year’s resolution to put a stop to it. Shut your computer off by a set time each day.


You have goals of wanting to work for yourself and break out of going into an office. Since COVID-19 became a new “normal,” many people and employers alike see this as a realistic option.

If you’ve been thinking about it, now is the time. Plan it out, find support, and truly dig into what you are passionate about.

Thank you for reading. Let us know what you think in the comments below. Please share this with someone who needs it.

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