Work at Home Archive
In this second part of a series, mompreneur Christina Weber talks about the basics on how to become a mompreneur.
The energy you send out reflects the kind of energy people attracted to you will have. Being clear how to attract great employees and what to look for in applicants draws in those you want and repels
Too many snow days? It's not easy getting work done while your little ones are home. Take a peek at these great tips for surviving "Friendly Fire" when your work day gets "attacked" by adorable little distractions!
Want to boost your cash flow this 2014? Here are 5 steps.
If you've ever been told to "enjoy the moment," this is a must-read!
Under pressure to "Play Big" at work? This may help you feel better.
I admit it. I enjoyed the last couple of weeks in my quiet office. While the kids were in school, I roamed the house with a cup of tea and a laptop in search of a change
In an effort to revive this occasional series on balancing the competing priorities of family life and work, I’ll share with you that today I’m writing our “Casual Fridays” column from the comfort of a lovely hotel
We know from the Catechism of the Catholic Church that Sloth (also called “acedia” in the Catechism) is a capital sin (#1866). The USCCB’s glossary to the catechism defines it as follows: SLOTH: A culpable lack of physical
My name is Lisa, and I’m starting to think that I may be a…workaholic… In truth, almost twenty years ago when I decided to step away from my career in Human Resources at the birth of my
I seem to have a lot of friends these days who are looking for jobs. This economy is so difficult, and many people have been laid off, downsized or received major pay cuts. I also know a
It’s hot in my office these days, so hot that I sometimes retreat to cooler parts of the home I also call “work” in search of a more bearable temperature to combat the heat put off by
Last month, halfway through my second trimester, work related travel beckoned me to Little Rock, Arkansas. Traditionally I enjoy work-related travel, though at times it’s inconvenient. I’m fortunate that I’m only asked/required to travel three or four
If you’re a working mom (and truly, we all are!), it’s likely that your job doesn’t shut down for the summer in perfect correspondence with your children’s summer vacation from school. To help you through the struggle
Here on CatholicMom.com I’m going to resurrect a feature I’d been sharing weekly over at Faith & Family Live. “Casual Fridays” will explore the topics of work, career, balance, productivity and spirituality in the workplace. Please note that this