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A Little Structure = A Lot of Productivity

I am currently a Stay-at-Home-Mom posing as a Work-at-Home-Mom.  Basically, I’m living off our savings in a new city and waiting to find the right job after our recent move.  I am a photographer but I have been working administrative […]

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5 Tips for Finding {and Keeping!} a Great Sitter

5 Tips for Finding {and Keeping!} a Great Sitter

Next month our amazing sitter of over a year is moving home with her husband. So we've started looking for (and hopefully found) a new sitter to


Navigating a New City/Life

Um, we have a little problem... In my last post I wrote about how I needed some space. I've got plenty of downtime as my husband is travelling for

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My Experience as a SAHM

Let me update you on my life. We packed up our entire house (but we gave away and donated half of it first). We've been fostering him for 2 years

Getting to 50/50

Getting to 50/50 {Review and Giveaway}

I would say, as working moms, we, writers & readers of LWM, strive for 50/50 relationships with our spouses at home & at work, right? I know I

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A Desk For Success

Work from home? Piece of cake! Or so I thought. As a freelance writer, most of my work hours are tucked between my little one’s bedtimes and 1am, but some

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Literally Working From Home. Part 2.

A couple of weeks ago I posted on how I'm no longer physically able to work out of the home writing anymore. This pregnancy has taken a toll

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Work-at-Home, Semi-Single Mom

Allow me to introduce myself!  I am Lindsy, work at home, semi-single, foster mom.  I am a free lance photographer and I also work from home, Monday through

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Summer as a WAHM

My kids have been on summer break for a month now (summer runs mid-May to mid-August here in the rural Midwest) and while their summer isn't exactly how


The Homeschool Aspect of Working From Home

We've known for a couple of years we wanted to homeschool our children. Believe me when I say that prior to my husband joining the military for a

6 Ways to Make Working From Home Easier

6 Ways to Make Working From Home Easier

It's 1pm. My 3-year-old is down for her nap, although I can still hear her playing. The house is semi picked up, the dog is in his cage

Pregnancy and the Working Mom

Pregnancy and the Working Mom

I'm 8 weeks and 4 days pregnant. I'm also a mom to a 3 year old and work from home as a writer. I'm at that point where I


Finding a Sitter While Working From Home

Our adored sitter is leaving next month to head back home. The news wasn't a shock, with both of us military wives it was bound to happen at

Learning to Say No

Learning to Say a Two Letter Word

Oh, the word that causes me to cringe, to rethink my time management, to wait with baited breath for the other person to get upset. That little two


On Being a WAHM.

I've been blogging at Hormonal Imbalances for almost 3 years. It started as an outlet for all the extra time I had while my 2 month old napped. It's


Being a WAHM is like Being a Double Agent

Throughout my pregnancy and for the first 5 months of my daughter's life I was finishing my master's degree and working part-time at the university. Looking back now,

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Day in the Life of a WAHM {Afternoon Edition}

This is the third part of a series of posts outlining a typical day in the life of a work at home mom.   Part 1: Morning Routine Edition Part

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The Case For More Than One…

My friend recently found out she is expecting her fourth child.  While ultimately, just like Shannon's decision to only have one child, it is her decision and doesn't


The grass is always greener…

Many of you reading here work outside the home -- and many of you have expressed interest in working from home.  While working from home has been the

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