Statistics indicate that up to 48% of stay at home moms will actually look for a way to make money while taking care of their children. Many turn to their career choice as an avenue for making money from home. There is interest from very
Business Ideas for Working Mothers
Many stay-at-home mums are looking for ways to contribute to the financial aspects of the house. They want to do it without needing to leave home. This has led to the rise in the number of women who have active careers as a side hustle. There are so many pros to working from home, the best of which is the opportunity to continue to play an active role in your children’s lives. You enjoy flexible hours and avoid the distractions of working in an office setting. You also cut out costs such as commuting and other expenses such as lunch money.
However, finding the right business idea can be a challenge, and this is what our series of articles below will highlight. As a stay-at-home mum, you must have specific skills that you may have developed during your working days. It could also be an innate ability you have, such as painting tailoring, hairdressing, among others. You can turn such into income sources so that you continue to do what you love from the comfort of your home. You must, however, market yourself well because you will be competing with other players who may be well established. Take advantage of the online platforms to sell and create awareness for your business.
Starting a business can be difficult, and it can even be more challenging if you have to do it while raising the kids. Sometimes you feel your children will be better off if you take care of them yourself. It, however, does not mean that
Mothers are the cornerstone of every family. We all want to provide without having to compromise on being a stay-at-home mom. It is, however, no mean feat trying to balance between working and being a mother at the same time. Staying at home with your
Starting a business can be an exciting phase in anyone’s life. We now have a new crop of entrepreneurs commonly referred to as mompreneurs. They take on two jobs; the first is raising the family, and the second is looking for an income source. Raising