A Mom Blog Social Network
So my little girl recently said to me, "Mommy, you are on that computer way too much!" as she waved her little hand in front of my glazed-over eyes. I turned to look into those pleading eyes and realized that while I had thought she was enjoying her quiet play-time next to me, she was missing my undivided attention. And then the feeling started to come...guilt.
But then I stopped to think. Should I be feeling guilty? I had just spent six straight hours with her and her brother…Continue
Added by Roz Walker on December 5, 2011 at 2:54pm — No Comments
It has been touted as the #1 secret for building a successful business and turning passions into profit. It has been said that human nature desires to be a part of one. Some surmise that it will lead revolutions and initiate change. Books have been written about it, websites devoted to it, and events assembled to teach its value. What is it?
What is a tribe and how are they contributing to mompreneurs' success worldwide?…Continue
Added by Roz Walker on November 30, 2011 at 12:51pm — No Comments
Writing and blogging can be a wonderful outlet. Sharing your knowledge, wit, and experience can be an enjoyable way to help or entertain others. But if blogging is your business, one of your main goals is to make it a profitable business. Is it possible to make money blogging? It…Continue
Added by Roz Walker on November 16, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments
For fast and reliable traffic for your business, a blog can be your best tool. A blog is one of the easiest ways to establish an online presence and to begin branding…Continue
Added by Roz Walker on November 14, 2011 at 10:39pm — No Comments
You became a work at home mom (WAHM) so you could spend quality time raising your kids, but when can you get the work part done when…Continue
Added by Roz Walker on October 18, 2011 at 8:47pm — No Comments
Have you ever thought this? You’re a bit tired, feeling somewhat drained, and perhaps you have not paid as much attention to your own needs, but when faced with the choice to take time away from the family, from the kids, you feel guilty. Why is that? As moms, don’t we deserve some time to ourselves?
Many moms, at least those who regard their position as vitally important in the life of their child, feel the weight of their responsibility. Within their charge is the molding of the…Continue
Added by Roz Walker on September 16, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
In my post on increasing blog traffic, I promised to periodically share tips on generating traffic. I’ve been reading a great book (which I’ll post a…Continue
Added by Roz Walker on August 24, 2011 at 9:11am — No Comments
Are you a Savvy Mompreneur? Not sure? Well, here is my definition of the term:
Savvy Mompreneurs are a growing trend of savvy moms who have found a way to earn money from home while also being a full time parent of their children. These well-informed women with entrepreneurial spirit, know-how, and drive have discovered how to balance the world of being a mom and a business owner.
Added by Roz Walker on August 18, 2011 at 7:30am — No Comments
This has not only been a valuable lesson for me with my children, but also in my home business. It's common to want customers lined up, knocking at your door seconds after hanging your "Open" sign. However, this is not…Continue
It gets hard sometimes. You know, being in business for yourself. At least it does for me. Some days I don’t want to get up early before the kids wake. I want to snuggle deeper into my pillow and pull the covers over my head. Some days, I don’t get any new clients, though I work hard, and I feel like giving up.
Some months, the pay is less than expected…way less, and I wonder if I made the right decision. And sometimes, though I don’t like to admit it,…Continue
Added by Roz Walker on June 24, 2011 at 9:07am — No Comments
It's not always easy to become a stay at home mom. Especially if you are leaving a full-time job (and the corresponding income!) to come home. Moving from a two-income lifestyle to a one-income family is challenging. It's not the attachment to "stuff" that's difficult. It's getting rid of the unnecessary "stuff" that creates the problem.Most… Continue