You Are At Home For Your Kids Now You Can Contribute Financially Too... And Love It!
Your children are your top priority. Your investment in them is total.
You feel strongly that you're doing a job only you can do.
And the reward?
Perhaps you gave up a good salary to stay at home after your child was born.
Or maybe you stopped a successful career dead in its tracks to be there for your kids.
Or did you set aside personal pursuits and long-held dreams for the sake of the family?
Whatever the reason, whatever the personal sacrifice...
The choice to become the primary caregiver was one you gladly made.
Now the things you do during the day have a different value for you. The sense of empowerment you feel comes not from the amount printed on a pay stub, but from being actively involved with your children...
* creative playtime with an active toddler
* comforting of a crying baby
* volunteering in your child's classroom,
* teaching of life skills (and patience) in the supermarket
* watching television shows with your teenaged children!
You know that you are making a worthwhile "kid investment" - molding a character, teaching humor, developing love and trust, cementing a strong value system. Your contribution to the family is immeasurable.
But this important time-and-effort investment of yours comes with its own set of challenges.
Sometimes, at the end of an always busy day with your children, it can seem as though you haven't really achieved anything at all.
"I believe wholeheartedly in the importance of being a Mom who chooses not to work outside the home in order to be available for her children.
However, I also have experienced the isolation, lack of adult interaction, and emotional fatigue that comes with being the 24/7 caregiver for a family of five."
There is also your financial reality that is difficult to ignore. It's very tough to raise a family on a single income these days.
And no one can deny the psychological "dependency" factor...
"I earn it - she spends it."
"There is this lingering, underlying sense that the one who makes the money has final control."
What Can You Do?
Paid work-at-home brings to mind images of stuffing envelopes, filling forms, making phone calls or bagging brochures... soul-destroying jobs whose chief requirement is "no personality or brain required."
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You are at a crossroad. You want to keep putting your children first but you also want and need something more.
You are not alone.
There is a large group of women who feel the same way. In fact, the group is so big that it has its own acronym...
WAHM or Work-At-Home Moms.
What Would Satisfy Your Need For More?.
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