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Why it’s important to work from home as a mother

As a parent, your first and foremost duty is to your children. You owe them the best life you can possibly give them and that means making sacrifices once in a while. At least that’s what everyone is saying,  but the truth is you can get away with a lot of things such as working from home when it comes to employed vs. unemployed. In this article, we’re going to look at why it’s important to continue having a career even after you’ve become a mom and it’s bad to stop working altogether while raising your kids. If you’re interested in starting your own company from home, browse this site but in the meantime, let’s get to it.

It’s important to continue working even after you’ve become a mother because you are one in only two (usually) providers in the house. This means that you are literally cutting down your house income to half while you are not working. Sure, it seems like a reasonable excuse, that you have to take care of the kids, but in reality, you can comfortably work from home and take care of the kids at the same time.

Being home while the children are growing up is incredibly important, so going to work full time is not a good idea either as it might make you miss crucial moments that you’re not going to get to experiences such as the first word your kid ever says or the first step they ever take. Working from home lets you be where the action is (or teases to be) and when that day comes, you’ll be there to cherish it.

Not all moms work immediately after they’ve had children and many taken absent leave from work for years. Unfortunately, this doesn’t just mean that you have to cut down on the things that you like, it also means that you might not have the means to offer the very best everything to your kids. They’re the reason all this is even a subject of discussion in the first place so it’s clear that you want them to have the very best toys, education, parties, trips and so on. This all adds up to how they develop as a person and while great human beings have been raised with nothing more than bread a wooden horse for a toy, you don’t have to drag your kids through that as well.

Working from home sounds like the perfect answer so it’s understandable how some might be a little skeptical. But in fact, it really is the perfect answer because it allows you to be in more than one world at the same time (home and the office) thus not giving up either in favor of the second.

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Comment by Elizabeth Uchealor on May 27, 2017 at 12:17pm

I love your post, it resonates with what I do with my blog, I encourage stay at home moms to start a business that supports their lifestyle. It's a fitting need in today's world where we have to take the time to nurture our kids.

I believe the advent of technology has made is so much easier, so i encourage women to have the best of both worlds.

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