Category: Work From Home

How to Teach Online with VIPKID

Have you ever wondered how to make money during nap time? A few years ago, I wouldn’t have even thought it was possible. Isn’t making money online only for tech gurus? That’s not me! However, I recently heard about an online learning company that makes it easy for stay-at-home-moms to make money part-time from home. Now it’s easier than ever to use skills you already have to earn money online. If you’re like me, one of these skills is teaching! I loved being a public school teacher, but I also jumped at the chance to stay home with my...

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Mom blogger overload? Try these three blogging tools to simplify your life.

When I first started my life as a stay at home mom, I didn’t have much of a plan. Get up, play with adorably silly baby, make decently edible dinner, clean small yet just-right house. It was wonderfully simple and peaceful, but I just knew that there was another equally important reason why God had led our family into this SAHM lifestyle. The idea of blogging had been lingering in the back of my mind for quite a while. I loved to write in high school and college. How hard could it be? So, I set my (sleep-deprived-mama) mind...

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3 Real Jobs for Stay at Home Moms

  As a stay at home mom, I’m always looking for work to supplement my family’s income. I’ve poured over the comprehensive lists of 100 plus stay at home jobs. There are fabulous comprehensive resources for stay at home moms! But who has time to investigate each of those opportunities? I’ve curated a short list of jobs that actually work for me. You don’t need a hundred stay at home jobs, you just need one good one. These are my income sources that produce at least $1,000 per month! If your schedule is anything like mine, you can’t afford to waste your day on the computer and...

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How I Became a Stay at Home Mom (And How You Can Too!)

My family has been on a roller coaster this year. We’ve gone from a two-income and debt laden family, to a one-income and debt free family! I transitioned from a full-time teacher to a full-time mom and homemaker. Why did we change our course? How did we do it? Let’s go back to the beginning. I took a leave of absence from teaching when my son was born, but went back to work as a teacher when Little J was 8 months old. This was so hard for me, but I thought it was necessary. Honestly, we were horrible...

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Hi, I’m Julie!