How many moms or new moms can handle have a part time job? I know its stress but is it worth it?
I looking into getting a part time job. I just want to know how other mothers dealt with taking care of their little one and having a part time job.
It is very difficult unless you have a good support system, friends or family, to help at home. Do not try to be everything to everybody, delegate chores and jobs at home. It can be done, but everyone has to help out.
For many moms this is not a choice. They have to work full time. It is a lot of work and very similar to having two jobs
I'm not a mom but I can imagine it isn't an easy task raising kids and working part time. I wrote a hub about creative ways for moms to make extra money from home. Check it out when you get some free time. Good luck!
by qtkeeks 9 years ago
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by Credence2 6 years ago
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