Tell us a little about you and your experience finding work on HireMyMom. I found HireMyMom online through online research and immediately loved how they seemed so personal and safe. I especially appreciated that they were screening the potential jobs so I could feel confident that I was applying to legitimate opportunities. What did you do previously?
Guest Post by Pauline Delaney, ResumeGenius.com For stay-at-home moms, starting a new job search after being out of the workforce for a long time can feel intimidating — especially if you have little or no professional experience. After all, you have to compete with candidates who have the advantage of years of uninterrupted career building.
Tell us a little about you and your experience finding work on HireMyMom. Hi! I am Lauren Heiden. I am 35 years old and have been married for 13 years. We have two kids, and we live in Indiana. When we brought our son home from the hospital 8 years ago, I fully expected to
Guest Post by Justin Chapman Becoming a Virtual Assistant is often a choice made by parents who never want to miss the big moments in their children’s lives. One of the biggest struggles parents will face as a virtual professional is work-life balance. Often, as a Virtual Assistant or Virtual Professional, when you have a
Social media can feel overwhelming and while it’s easy to get discouraged with things like algorithm changes, there is great value to be found in leveraging these platforms as a business owner. A Facebook business page is one of them and yes the organic reach can be low but the reality is that as business
Business: President, AES Marketing & Design and livingthatwahmlife.com Tell us a little about you and your experience on HireMyMom. My background and degree are in sales and marketing. When I had my children I chose to come home to be with them. When my 2nd child was entering pre-school I missed working in the marketing
As I write this, I am thinking about how much fun summer has been. A time to savor and spend quality time with family and friends but with kids gearing up to go back to school, now is a great time to rev up business goals and create some momentum going into the fall months
Let me be one of the first ones to congratulate you on your decision to pursue your passions and share your God-given gifts with the world as a freelancer. While it’s not an easy journey, I can speak from over 20 years of experience that it’s a very rewarding one. One of the biggest hurdles
Business: Meg K and Co Tell us a little about your business and why you started it. I started as a Virtual Assistant two years ago. I was a teacher for six years and the opportunity for entrepreneurship presented itself, and I took it and ran with it. Now I offer consulting and advising
Guest Post by Loren Fogelman Ready to Raise Your Rates? You chose to ditch the 9 to 5. As a business owner, you have options that aren’t available to you as an employee. You can flex your hours, do things your way and set your rates. Over time you realize you’re undercharging. Your thoughts about