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Work at Home Resource Websites for Mothers

by Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo (follow)
Experienced Freelancer and Professional Side Hustler
There are many women in society who have to stay at home with their children. Sometimes the reason may be not being able to affordable daycare, sometimes it could be a choice to stay at home.

There can be a tug at the wallet when a stay-at-home-mum does not have the extra money coming in from the job she would have had otherwise.

These days, many stay-at-home mothers may find work-from-home jobs with a simple search of a computer. There are websites tailored to this subject, which are totally legit.



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Following is a sample of sites that I personally refer to:

The Work At Home Woman

Holly at "The Work At Home Women" offers an online business resource and blog for women and mothers who want to find legit work-at-home jobs, opportunities and ideas.

The Work At Home Wife

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Angie over at "The Work At Home Wife" helps women find work-from-home-based business ideas.

Real Ways to Earn

Anna shows you how to work-from-home and make money online with only legit jobs listed.

These are the most trusted work-at-home websites I have ever found. The women that run these sites are great, and are are prompt at replying to e-mails if you have a question.

With work-at-home jobs, most of the time, there are no set hours, just work as you want when you can.

If you want a little spare money, and you want to spend time with the kids, consider working from home in a job with flexible hours.
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