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Whether you are working full time or part time, at an office or at home, we are all working women. Whether you are busy potty training your toddler or planning executive retreats, we are willing to bet that your days are full.
Pregnancy, New Motherhood & Work

Before pregnancy and motherhood, the most important thing in many women's lives (after their husband) was their work and homes. Then pregnancy happens and you start to question your life's direction. Should I be a stay at home mom or continue with my career?

Work From Home
You too can join the millions of women that work at home! We at SmartMomma want to empower you to take advantage of the flexibility and potential of telecommuting or working for yourself at home.
Workplace Issues
Being a working mother in this generation has its share of challenges. Now is the time you feel that you are expected to be a perfect wife, mother, and employee. Something has to give as your are looking for solutions to manage your time and give you some flexibility at work. Our articles below should give you some ideas. Good luck!
Don’t Fall for the Work from Home Scams

Sure, it sounds great! Work from home and make $250,000 your first year, while you work 15 hours a week. But is it legitimate? Probably not.

SmartMomma gives you some tips on avoiding work-at-home scams.

  • Remember that if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
  • Never should you have to pay any money to “invest” in an opportunity to work. Be wary of any company that asks you for personal information and especially, for any money out of your pocket.
  • Check out the company with the Better Business Bureau. If they are not listed with the BBB or if they have any complaints against them, walk away.
  • Ask for at least three references of current employees.

The most important way to avoid losing your money or your identity to fraud is to use common sense. Do not give your personal information out to just anybody. Do not invest any money into a business opportunity you saw on the Internet or e-mail, unless you are sure it’s legitimate and is approved by the Better Business Bureau. Remember Rule #1, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

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