I'd love to hear what other moms are doing and how they do it for work at home businesses. I've been recently laid off but have been enjoying my time at home. Keeping super busy by being there more for my daughter, taking her to activities, helping more with homework. So much so that I really don't want to go back working 50+ hours/week outside the home after doing it for 9 years as a parent. I've started a website which is linked to Amazon but it's very new so I'm not sure how that will go. I'd love to hear of any successes and what and how you did it. I've been reading of some through blogs but I thought I'd try my first blog post here. I'm also just in the process of trying to get my own blog up and running but at this point I'm doing it more for me to connect with people, love of writing and building community. 

 

I love that Mom Bloggers Club as a member to member marketplace and I myself am most likely going to work with one of them to set up my blog the Mommy Blog Designs as I'm such a newbie and web badges, favicons etc.. :) Just wanted to say how great I think this club is didn't even know it existed until last week!

 

Thanks

Michelle 

 

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