My Struggle As A Work-At-Home Mom

I’ve been having a hard time being a WAHM (Work-at-Home Mom) lately. If you’re new here, I work from home as a freelancer being a virtual assistant, web designer and basically anything and everything that I am able to do. It’s something I’m proud I get to do while I mother my boys and maintain this mommy blog. Oh, let’s not forget we’re building up our YouTube family vlog channel along side it all. These are the things that I do and I’m happy that I do. But ever since our yaya for Joaquin (my youngest) left, I’ve taken on …

This Is How I Forget

I don’t even want to say it. You know I haven’t been blogging. I have a ‘To Do’s’ list right on my bedside table that’s been reminding me every day that I haven’t been crossing any of them off daily as planned. Other Moms would probably say that I should take it easy on myself. That I’m now a Mom of two and that’s quite a handful. Or that I’m baking for my small start up business or blogging (so they thought!) and I have that to think about too. Well you see, that list has been sitting there since …

My Life as a WAHM (Work-at-Home-Mom)

Being a Work-at-Home Mom (WAHM) definitely has its pros and cons. I started working from home back in 2010 on oDesk when I discovered how much more it pays without having to get out of the house, spend money on gas, waste time in finding parking and getting stuck in traffic which absolutely means a 2-hour commute every. single. day. Income wasn’t so bad too, considering I didn’t have to spend for work clothes, buying food, and gas. In fact, I believe I earned more than the average fresh graduate would be getting during that time. It also helped that …