the (unhappy) secret all WAHMs share

There's a dark side to being a work at home mom. Click through to find out what no one tells you about WAHM guilt and how to banish it for good.

Here’s a little bit of real, raw, unvarnished truth for you today… but don’t worry, we’re going somewhere great. One of the things that every single work-at-home mom feels at some point is this: Crushing, debilitating mama guilt. Seriously, how many of us don’t deal with that even when we aren’t trying to juggle a family and a business? We go into working from home because we think it will … Read the rest…

6 Ways Freelancers are Susceptible to Depression (and how to protect yourself)

Depression is something that affects millions of Americans every year — how many more millions worldwide is something we may never know. And while much of the freedom, autonomy, and self-satisfaction that come from freelancing can be a mental health boost, freelancers are also strategically located in the nexus of factors that can contribute to depression. As you plot out your work-from-home (or from anywhere!) career, take into considerations ways … Read the rest…

Fight Your Depression with No Money and (Almost) No Effort

Depression is something that affects millions of people to varying degrees. If you are suffering from mild depression, you don’t necessarily need expensive medications or hourly visits with a therapist. There are ways to kick yourself back into gear, with hardly any effort and minimal, if any, expense. Go outside. You don’t have to run or exercise. You don’t have to stand in the sun. You don’t even have to … Read the rest…