Working Moms Archive
You don’t need to suffer the consequences of the four goal setting mistakes I’ve learned the hard way. Here's how to avoid them.
In this second part of a series, mompreneur Christina Weber talks about the basics on how to become a mompreneur.
Want to become a mompreneur but clueless how to start? Here is the first of two parts on the ABCs of how to become a mompreneur.
Moms can look to mompreneurs for the secret to finding that perfect mix of work and play this summer. Here are 5 steps to have fun while still getting a lot of things done this summer.
The Church embraces both man and woman and points them in the direction they should go to lead happy and productive lives according to God's plan for them and embracing their natural order.
Earning more in less time is here and it's for real. Find out why more catholic mompreneurs are shooting for this goal in their family and business lives.
Smart moms work and play with the right blueprint. Here are tips to smart work and experience regular HQ (high quality) play
Do you know where you are good at? It's time to put your inadequacies aside and build on your strengths.
If you need a good opening for your next work meeting...you can use this.
When questioned about what to tell her girls about working and motherhood at the Atlanta Catholic Business Conference, Dr. Mary Wallace ponders her answer. Was it enough? What would I tell the girls about the
Is your personal and professional “package” communicating excellence, professionalism, success, and consistency — or are you screaming that you and your business are cluttered, average, and amateurish?
For a mom business owner, managing your intellectual property easily tops the list of ignored activities. Here's intellectual property 101 for beginner mompreneurs to get you started.
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!
Catholics have an advantage because they don't believe "once saved, always saved." They realize they better work their butts off or risk being left on the curb, missing the last bus to purgatory.
This is something I am struggling with: being a momma and working. In some of the worse moments, it looks like chaos. In the best moments, it is like warm homemade buttered bread. I would love to