Working hard at Working from Home

Every mom works hard, but especially with recent economic challenges, many moms have added part-time jobs or working from home jobs to their already full plate. While it seems ideal, at first, to work from home, the flexibility soon runs up against the walls of expectations, boundaries, and understanding. Take it from a girl who has spent years working from home: Working from home is hard work!

I’ve learned 5 tips that have helped our family balance my “pay check work” with our home life. If you’re trying to juggle a job or considering it in the new year, I hope these 5 tips will CLEAR things up for you!

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“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men,” (Colossians 3:23)

Julie Sanders Julie Sanders believes moms can know peace to pass understanding. Bible teacher and Women’s Ministry Leader, she has a passion for strong marriages, crossing cultures, and teaching children well. She just sent her oldest off to college and is savoring the days left with the youngest. Julie uses God’s word to refresh women with transparent, practical stories of truth in life. Join Julie at Come Have a Peace and don’t miss Marriage Mondays. Contact her about speaking at your women’s event or mommy meeting. www.juliesanders.org

 

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2014 M.O.M. Conference ~ BETTER TOGETHER

July 31st – August 2nd,

Jacksonville, Florida at Trinity Baptist Church

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Julie Sanders

Julie Sanders and her husband just relocated from the land of sweet tea to the Inland Northwest. The mom of two college students, Julie loves mentoring women around the world, bringing justice to the vulnerable, and teaching God’s truths for life. Julie was blessed when seasoned moms walked the marriage and motherhood journey with her and is grateful “grace abounded much more” (Rom. 5:20) than her failures. She is passionate about fighting human trafficking and is the author of Expectant: 40 Devotions for New and Expectant Moms. Join Julie at Come Have a Peace, on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, and don't miss Marriage Mondays. She invites you to contact her about speaking at your women's event or mommy meeting. www.juliesanders.org
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