When I think about this blog, I think about all of the neat material we come across and share with the readers. I personally love this blog and I’m so glad to be a part of it. It’s so encouraging to look around and see your blogs as well. I just really wanted to take a moment and think about why I started this blog and why we are all working at home. Whether you are new to working at home or you have been doing it for a long time, I do think it takes a strong person to travel this road.
It has happened to all of us. We hop on the computer for the day and we notice the computer took a crash. What happens to all the hard work you just put into your job and all the documents you have saved? Well, I am no computer genius but I know that you are in big trouble when your computer does crash. Here are some tips to help you in a crisis
Keep a Backup Computer
Organization is key in a work at home environment. As a mom, you already know the values of staying on schedule. There are after school activities, doctor appointment, play dates, field trips, and all sorts of other activities to keep straight. Therefore, incorporating your work at home duties into your schedule should be no problem. You have most likely been going through the day with a schedule anyway. When you begin to work at home and create your schedule, there are a few things to remember.
Work at Home Moms’ Schedule Reminders
One of the most important things a work at home mom can do is check every detail of the contract before finalizing it and starting the work. You will save yourself a lot of problems if you make this a regular habit. There have been many women left with no recourse after completing a project and the other party did not pay. You will not only be out the money promised, but out the time and effort you spent on it, which could have been used on another legitimate project. So you yourself a favor and continue to read on for some helpful hint to make contract finalizing second nature.