Lesley Pyle

Lesley Pyle

Thursday, 03 January 2019 01:43

3 Steps to an Amazing New Year

The beginning of a new year is always a great time to reflect on where we are and where we want to be. Focusing on where we can improve and making a plan to get there is imperative. Here are 3 steps to getting your year off to a great start. 


First Things First: Get Organized

The new year is a great time to get organized. Start with your desk. If your desk is messy, it will keep you from being productive. Keep only what’s necessary on your desk such as a to-do list and the current project you are working on. Create a filing system for everything else so that you can work without the distractions of everything else. 

Once your desk is organized it will help you focus better on your tasks at hand and motivate you to organize other areas.


Second: Set Small Goals 

Once you’ve gotten organized, set some small goals. Goal setting can be intimidating. Who wants to set some monumental goals only to never achieve them? You may have a big goal but you may find it easier to break it down into small daily goals. Once you have those set, you can add weekly goals and monthly goals.

Take some time and think about the different areas of your life (self-care, marriage, kids, health, fitness, career, spiritual, social, etc.) Now set aside a few minutes to set some small, achievable goals. Next turn those into a daily to-do list.

By setting monthly goals, you won’t be overwhelmed. And you won’t feel like quitting if you have a small set back. It’s all about making progress not expecting perfection.


Third: Accomplishing More with Time Blocking 

If you aren’t familiar with time blocking, it is a way to schedule your time for maximum productivity. You take your to-do list and create blocks of time on your calendar to complete those tasks. It reduces interruptions and allows you to focus on that one task until its done. You can start by setting up one day for time blocking which may consist of a 30 minute block for email, one hour for social media, and a two-to-four hour block for writing or a project that you want to complete.  The idea is to focus exclusively on the task at hand so you are not starting and stopping and wasting time. If you’d like more insight on time blocking, watch this video.

So there are your 3 steps to an amazing new year in 2019!





Saturday, 29 December 2018 20:42

Scammers Impersonating Real Companies

Scammers today are getting more savvy. No longer can you just research the company or individual to determine if they are safe. Scammers today are impersonating real people and real businesses.

When a someone impersonates a real business, it can be difficult to spot in advance. Here are a couple of articles to help educate yourself on the signs to look for:



If you have submitted any information with your SSN, here is some advice from Experian and the SSA:



From the FTC:
Complaints help the FTC and other law enforcement agencies bring scam artists to justice and put an end to unfair and misleading business practices. If you have a complaint, file it online or call 1-877-FTC-HELP.





Saturday, 29 December 2018 02:30

Paulette Ensign

"I have been a great fan of your service for many years. The quality of the people who I have found have been consistently exceptional, and at very affordable prices. I've also referred HireMyMom.com to many of my friends and colleagues, and will happily continue to do so." 

Paulette Ensign, Tips Products International


Working from home is attractive to so many, especially moms. The freedom to set your own schedule and work around your family is such a wonderful benefit. However, landing that perfect job can be tricky if you are not prepared. So here are our 5 tips to landing your dream work from home job.


Resume Ready

Take a look at your resume. What does it say? Is it engaging? Does it stand out? Or is it just black and white letters on paper? Today’s resumes have gotten more creative and allow you to show some of your creative side and personality. Include a photo and some color! Click here to see some sample templates. Be sure too that your resume sells you to potential employers. A well-written resume is worth gold in your job search. If you need help in this area, consider getting a "resume refresh" or a new targeted resume.  


Take Initiative

As an applicant, take the initiative and show the employer you are not only qualified but sincerely interested in their job. Educate yourself on the their business by visiting their website. Read their “About Us” page and get to know about the company and their owner(s). They can tell if you’ve looked at their website and took some time to familiarize yourself with them. Bottom line is you will stand out if you show you are willing to go above and beyond what you are asked to do.


Be Detail Oriented

Read the job description thoroughly 2 or 3 times and make sure your application, resume and / or cover letter addresses everything they are seeking or requesting. If you leave key things out of your application, it tells the employer you may do the same thing in your work. In that case, your application may go straight to the virtual trash can.


Don’t Waste Your Time or Theirs

If you don’t have the experience the employer is asking for, don’t apply. You waste your time and their time and leave the impression that you didn’t read the job description very well. Many employers state how annoying this is for them to go through applicants who clearly do not have the skills or experience they are looking for.


Respond Quickly 

Many busy entrepreneurs are looking to hire now! They post a job and are ready to hire someone ASAP.  If you are not logging in daily to check for new jobs, you may miss out. Some jobs are taken down after 3-5 days or sooner because they have enough applicants.  Now you know, timing is of the essence. 

So now, get that resume polished up and incorporate these tips. You may find your dream job just got a whole lot easier! 

If you’re not currently a member of HireMyMom, click here to see how we can help you find that dream work at home job!




Thursday, 25 October 2018 19:45

Kim DeLisle

“I am a long time, active user and have stayed busy with jobs from HireMyMom. It is the best out there for moms looking to work from home.”

Thursday, 27 September 2018 18:38

Spotting a Work-at-Home Scam

Here at HireMyMom, we strive to be "the" resource for moms looking for great work at home jobs. And we aim to keep HireMyMom 100% scam free. Each job that is posted goes through our approval process. We look for negative reviews and other red flags before deciding if a job will be posted to our members. And there are many that do not pass the test and do not get posted.

We want to help educate our audience on what to look for if a job starts to seem suspicious. 

Here are some signs of potential scams:

• The person offers to send you a check to buy equipment, supplies or some other business items. In this scenario, they will usually send a large check and have you purchase the items and ask you to send back the remaining balance. Once you have sent the balance back, their check has bounced and has left you out your own money that you sent them. 

• Another red flag is if the person wants to chat by text or Google Hangout or hires you without an interview. Normally a person hiring for a real job will use email and then interview you by phone, Skype or FaceTime. 

• Also of concern is if the person asks for personal information up front relating to your identity or banking information. 

These are some of the techniques that we've learned of scammers attempting to use. There may be others. If you have any suspicions or are unsure about a job posting, please contact us so that we can look into it further. 

If you are aware of a scam, here are some other places it can be reported: 



See also: Scammers Impersonating Real Businesses 


Let's work together to keep scammers out of business! 




Tuesday, 11 September 2018 22:42

Meredith Bell, Performance Support System

"We highly recommend HireMyMom.com. We got several solid resumes, interviewed four excellent candidates and wished we could hire all of them. Each had an additional skill set beyond the one we required. We are thrilled with person we chose - quick learner, commitment to quality/doing things right, and a happy, can-do person."

Meredith Bell, Co-Founder and President, Performance Support System

Wednesday, 08 August 2018 16:52

Sherri Smith

I just need to first off say thank you! ❤️

I have been a stay at home mom for the majority of my adult life. With four kids at home living on one income was becoming more & more difficult! I always felt so guilty every time the paycheck came and went and couldn’t stomach living like that any longer.

After multiple attempts at trying to find remote positions online I stumbled upon an ad for your company and took a chance. Two months later, I was offered a very flexible position working for an incredible company! One that puts family first and understands the struggle between work & family life. I would have never found this position if it wasn’t for your website! 

Thank you for giving us stay at home mamas a fighting chance at finding a reliable source of income while still putting our families first! I will forever be grateful for Hire My Mom & will continue to shout to the Heavens about this amazing opportunity.

Sincerely, Sherri Smith

Wednesday, 11 July 2018 15:39

Jessica Dickison

"Just wanted to say a quick thank you! I signed up with your site 3 days ago and was just hired by a wonderful company that I can’t wait to start working with! You guys are amazing, keep up the good work!" ❤️ 

Friday, 15 June 2018 17:08

Kari Turbeville​

I was rejected for the first job that I applied for on HireMyMom. That, ultimately, ended up being the beginning of my success story. When I was rejected, I was crushed, but I emailed the employer thanking them for their time and asked that she keep me in mind for future projects. To my surprise, she did reach back out to me when her selected applicant went on vacation. After working with me for two weeks, she decided that she wanted to keep me on. That was almost five years ago and not only do I still work with/for her -- we have grown to become good friends.

My business is now an LLC, has a strong client base, and has grown enough that I am back on HireMyMom. This time, as an employer looking for help managing the growth of my own business. I am truly grateful for HireMyMom and the blessings it has ushered into my life. 

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