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12 Great Pregnancy Blogs to Learn From
<p><img loading=”lazy” class=”pin alignright wp-image-15858 size-full” src=”” alt width=”1000″ height=”1500″ srcset=” 1000w,×300.jpg 200w,×1024.jpg 683w,×1152.jpg 768w,×405.jpg 270w” sizes=”(max-width: 1000px) 100vw, 1000px” data-pin-description=”Top pregnancy blogs to help you figure out your blogging niche and make money blogging. #blogniche #pregnancyblogs #makemoneyblogging #blogtips”>Pregnancy and parenthood can be daunting for many individuals – which is why so many moms-to-be swarm to pregnancy blogs for support and information!</p><p>With a million questions on your mind during pregnancy, you probably find yourself depending on online pregnancy resources to provide you with answers.</p>
<p>Pregnancy blogs cover so many topics from conception to the weekly development of your baby as well as infertility, pregnancy loss, breastfeeding, parenting and more!<span id=”more-15789″></span></p>
<p>Oftentimes, these blogs are humorous, relatable and avoid sugar-coating the experience of pregnancy. The writers share real experiences and raw feelings as they chronicle their journey through pregnancy and motherhood.</p>
<p>Instead of wading through the many amazing pregnancy blogs out there on the internet, I’ve rounded up these 12 that you should definitely take a look at and learn from.</p>
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<h2>The Best Pregnancy Blogs for 2021</h2>
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<h3>1. Pregnant Chicken</h3>
<p>Who isn’t a sucker for a cleverly titled pregnancy blog? (I am!)</p>
<p><a href=””>Pregnant Chicken</a> has been around since 2010 and was started solely by mom Amy who built up a community of amazing mom bloggers who contribute to the site.</p>
<h3>2. Rookie Moms</h3>
<p><a href=””>Rookie Moms</a> was created to provide new moms with an inclusive space in which they can navigate motherhood within a community of moms.</p>
<p>This pregnancy blog has been driving amazing traffic for 12 years! Blogger Amber manages this site while raising five kids – some she birthed herself and some she adopted.</p>
<h3>3. Pregnancy &amp; Newborn</h3>
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<p><a href=””>Pregnancy &amp; Newborn</a> is an online magazine that focuses on building a community in which moms can embrace the good and bad aspects of motherhood.</p>
<p>The informative articles address the journey of motherhood from conception to pregnancy and birth to parenting.</p>
<h3>4. Alpha Mom</h3>
<p><a href=””>Alpha Mom</a> is a pregnancy and parenting blog as well as a consumer lifestyle brand, new media and research company for moms and mom-to-be.</p>
<p>Site owner Isabel believes that a new mom’s first instinct is to seek connectedness, so she created this blog to provide non-judgmental support and advice from other moms and parenting professionals.</p>
<h3>5. Tommy’s</h3>
<p><a href=””>Tommy</a><a href=””>’</a><a href=””>s</a> is more than just an average pregnancy blog – while it does focus on the happy aspects of pregnancy, it addresses the sensitive side as well including pregnancy loss, complications and infant death.</p>
<p>In addition to articles, Tommy’s also features information on research projects as well as a pregnancy hub that includes digital tools and resources for moms-to-be.</p>
<h3>6. Mother Rising</h3>
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<p>Mother-of-three, blogger, childbirth educator, doula and breastfeeding advocate Lindsey created <a href=””>Mother Rising</a> to provide mothers and expecting mothers with a comprehensive, informative and sometimes humorous source of parenting information.</p>
<p>She also provides lessons on pregnancy, delivery and postpartum at local birth centers as well as online classes through Zoom.</p>
<h3>7. Mama Natural</h3>
<p>Created by childbirth educator and breastfeeding advocate Genevieve, <a href=””>Mama Natural</a> is a national parenting brand that focuses on providing informative articles as well as best-selling books.</p>
<p>With three children, this mom blogger started her site with her husband in 2010 to empower women everywhere to embrace natural pregnancy and parenting.</p>
<h3>8. Diary of a Fit Mama</h3>
<p>One concern of many pregnant mamas is how to stay fit during and after the pregnancy. Personal trainer Sia shares workout plans, recipes and nutritional advice for pregnancy and postpartum.</p>
<p><a href=””>Diary of a Fit Mama</a> started as Sia’s journey and progress throughout her pregnancy but quickly grew into a valuable resource for mamas looking to get and stay in shape.</p>
<h3>9. Stress Free Mommies</h3>
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<p><a href=””>Stress Free Mommies</a> is a magazine-styled blog that covers a range of topics such as pregnancy, motherhood, recipes and all things baby.</p>
<p>Eclampsia survivor Ros started this blog in 2014 as a way to express her experiences of pregnancy and motherhood.</p>
<h3>10. Breaking the Momma Mold</h3>
<p><a href=””>Breaking the Momma Mold</a> is a chronicle of blogger Jessica’s journey through infertility, pregnancy, motherhood and raising three children (which includes a set of twins!).</p>
<p>She believes in making every day an adventure while challenging yourself and stepping out of your comfort zone.</p>
<h3>11. Dad or Alive</h3>
<p>Not all pregnancy blogs are created for the mamas! Dads need some help and support during the pregnancy too.</p>
<p><a href=””>Dad or Alive</a> was created by stay-at-home dad Adrien and has focused his career on writing books and articles to help the dads-to-be navigate the complexities of pregnancy in a humorous way.</p>
<h3>12. Smart Mom Ideas</h3>
<p>This isn’t my post if I don’t share my own pregnancy blog! <a href=””>Smart Mom Ideas</a> is primarily a pregnancy and postpartum blog but I do have motherhood and parenting content on this site.</p>
<p>I love sharing tips for moms with twins but also pregnancy advice for new moms.</p>
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<h2>Are Pregnancy Blogs Profitable?</h2>
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<p>Most definitely! Pregnancy is a huge niche that can be monetized in a variety of ways.</p>
<p>The best part about the pregnancy niche is the fact that there is so much information you can write about!</p>
<p>However, you can also decide to niche down and focus on subtopics such as:</p>
<li>Natural Birth</li>
<li>Budgeting and Saving Money</li>
<li>Baby Stages</li>
<li>Common Health Issues</li>
<li>Postpartum care</li>
<li>Product Reviews</li>
</ul><p>Here are some ways you can make money from a pregnancy blog:</p>
<p>Even though social media has caused many people to go “ad blind”, many pregnancy bloggers are still making good money from displaying ads on their sites.</p>
<p>Just make sure you are posting ads relevant to your content and eye-catching to your audience.</p>
<p>I personally use an ad network called <a href=””>Mediavine</a> which pays for impressions instead of clicks. This means that all you need to do is get readers to your content to make money!</p>
<p>You do need a healthy amount of traffic coming to your site (50,000 sessions) in order to sign up for the program but once you get there it’s totally worth it.</p>
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<h3>Affiliate Recommendations</h3>
<p>Moms and moms-to-be are always looking for great products and gear that will make their lives easier.</p>
<p>Sign up for your favorite brand’s affiliate programs and promote their products on your blog. When someone clicks on the link and completes a transaction, you get a commission from the sale.</p>
<p>You can slip these links into your content or devote an entire post to your fave products – the choice is yours!</p>
<p>Just be sure to stick to affiliate rules and etiquette which include only promoting products you personally use and posting an affiliate disclosure on your blog to let readers know that you could make money from their purchases.</p>
<h3>Online Products and Services</h3>
<p>The pregnancy niche lends itself well to offering products and services on your site. This can be an amazing way to earn a passive income!</p>
<p>You can <a href=””>design and sell printables</a> such as organizers, planners and checklist to help pregnant mamas make their lives easier.</p>
<p>For example, <a href=””>Alexandra of Coffee &amp; Coos</a> sells her Pregnancy Planner and I’m also an affiliate for it too!</p>
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<p>Or you can put together an online course based on your knowledge, experience and expertise. While courses do take some time to put together, they carry a high value which can translate into good money every time someone signs up.</p>
<p>Lastly, you can offer coaching services via Zoom or Skype on a variety of topics including breastfeeding, nutrition and planning for childbirth.</p>
<h3>Sponsored Posts</h3>
<p>Another great way to make money from a pregnancy blog is to reach out directly to brands and companies and have them sponsor your posts.</p>
<p>When a brand sponsors your post, they pay you to write about and review their product or service.</p>
<p>Not only does this put some money in your pocket, but it also helps give your blog recognition and credibility.</p>
<h2>Starting a Pregnancy Blog</h2>
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<p>Although I did talk about niching down to more specific topics, the best part of pregnancy blogs is they can cover so much information because it’s all relevant to pregnant and postpartum moms.</p>
<p>But before you start writing about everything and anything, make sure your topics are organized and concise.</p>
<p>For example, my blog <a href=””>Smart Mom Ideas</a> is a pregnancy &amp; postpartum blog that offers a wide range of advice. However, I’ve organized my content into categories to make finding information much easier for my readers.</p>
<p>Once you know what you want to write about and have your blog set up, give yourself some time to gain some traction. You’re not going to get loads of traffic overnight, so focus on writing great content until you get into the swing of things.</p>
<p>After you do, you can start focusing on increasing your traffic and monetizing your pregnancy blog.</p>
<p>If you need a more step-by-step guide to getting your blog up and running, check out my <a href=””>super simple blog tutorial</a>!</p>
<h2>Already Have a Pregnancy Blog?</h2>
<p>I’d love to hear about it!</p>
<p>Share your blog in the comments and I might feature you in this or a future post!</p>
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Why Bloggers Need a Privacy Policy and Where to Find Them
<p><img loading=”lazy” class=”pin alignright wp-image-15820 size-full” src=”” alt width=”1000″ height=”1500″ srcset=” 1000w,×300.jpg 200w,×1024.jpg 683w,×1152.jpg 768w,×405.jpg 270w” sizes=”(max-width: 1000px) 100vw, 1000px” data-pin-description=”Why bloggers need a privacy policy page even if you just started a blog and you aren’t making any money. Find out why it’s important to protect yourself when you start a blog with a legal privacy policy page. #blogtips”>You run a straightforward site, nothing fancy, so you don’t need a Privacy Policy, right?</p><p>Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as that.</p>
<p>Take my other site I have <a href=””>Smart Mom Ideas</a>, for example.<span id=”more-15816″></span></p>
<p>It’s a site featuring articles that offers advice to moms – no courses, email list, services or products to be seen.</p>
<p>You would think a site like that wouldn’t require a Privacy Policy, but it does.</p>
<p>Every time I display an ad, I’m gathering personal information from my readers.</p>
<p><strong>For this reason, I need a Privacy Policy – and so does every blogger.</strong></p>
<p>And writing one is not as easy as throwing in a little blurb that says, “Hey, I’m gathering your information.”</p>
<p><strong>A <a href=””>Privacy Policy is a legal document</a> – that’s right, no a free generated page you can get online –</strong>&nbsp;that needs to clearly explain the information you are gathering, how it is being used and how you store it safely.</p>
<p>Not having one can spell nasty legal consequences.</p>
<p>So, if your site is currently without a Privacy Policy, keep reading to find out what they are, why you need one and how to properly write one!</p>
<h2>What is a Privacy Policy?</h2>
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<p>Privacy laws require that if you collect personal information from your website visitors you must have a Privacy Policy posted on your site.</p>
<p>Things such as payment processing tools, analytic suites and advertising plug-ins are used by third-party services to enhance website performance.</p>
<p>Users need to be aware that <strong>this type of information</strong> gathering is occurring through the details of a Privacy Policy.</p>
<p>This legal agreement explains what kinds of personal information you are gathering and how you use that information as well as how you keep it safe.</p>
<p>Examples of personal information include names, dates of birth, email addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers and bank details.</p>
<p><a href=””>A properly written Privacy Policy</a> will cover the types of information collected, the purpose of gathering the data, how the data is stored, details of data transfers, the use of cookies and any third-party affiliated websites or organizations.</p>
<p>It is highly recommended that you do not write a Privacy Policy yourself or try to get a free generated one on Google. Miswording or lack of important information can lead to legal issues.</p>
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<h2>What is Included in a Privacy Policy?</h2>
<p>Determining what information must be included in your Privacy Policy depends on your site, the services you offer and the information you collect.</p>
<p>However, there are key pieces of information that should be included in every Privacy Policy:</p>
<ul><li><strong>Personal information.</strong> A Privacy Policy needs to state how a user’s information will be handled, used and stored.</li>
<li>Cookies track and store a user’s session and engagement with a website over time. Users need to be aware that these are in use and how their data is being used.</li>
<li><strong>Age-related considerations.</strong> You need to include clear language regarding how information gathered from minors is used. You can also stipulate whether or not minors can access your site without parental supervision.</li>
</ul><p>You should also include your contact information (i.e. email address) to allow users to reach out to you if they have questions or concerns about your Privacy Policy.</p>
<h2>What Happens if I Don’t Have a Privacy Policy?</h2>
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<p>The last thing you want is to face legal issues because your Privacy Policy did not cover all pertinent information.</p>
<p>The consequences of not including a Privacy Policy on your site depend on where your users are located as well as where you are based.</p>
<p>If you collect personal information and do not have a stated Privacy Policy, you could end up violating federal and international laws. This could lead to being sued or fined.</p>
<p>That’s not really what you want for your business, is it?</p>
<p><strong>You may be wondering what happens if your site doesn’t collect any personal information. Do you still need a Privacy Policy?</strong></p>
<p>Even if you don’t collect any kind of personal data, you should still post a Privacy Policy stating that you don’t collect personal information.</p>
<p>Plus, you may have a third-party app or tool on your site that does – especially if you take payments through your site.</p>
<p>This also needs to be clearly communicated in your Privacy Policy. You don’t have to detail the third-party’s privacy policies – just mention that they exist on your site and collect information.</p>
<p>Lastly, collecting email addresses to <a href=””>build up your subscriber’s list</a> is considered to be the collection of personal information. This needs to be stated in a Privacy Policy as well.</p>
<h2>Can I Use a Free Privacy Policy?</h2>
<p>As I mentioned before, you really shouldn’t write your own Privacy Policy. While you may feel you’ve included enough information and explained it clearly, there still could be something missing that could land you into legal trouble.</p>
<p>So where do you find one?</p>
<p>There are free templates you can access online that will automatically generate a Privacy Policy for your site. However, I <em>only</em> recommend using these when you are just starting out – but it’s best to be absolutely safe and go with a legal Privacy Policy.</p>
<p>Why is this? Because there is no such thing as a “standard” Privacy Policy.</p>
<p>Your blog needs a Privacy Policy that addresses your unique business structure, communication tools, social media platforms, shopping carts, etc.</p>
<p>You and your users need specific legal protections that are written expressly for your site and how you operate your business and content.</p>
<p>Yes, you can fill out a free Privacy Policy generator that will include your name and contact information as well as any particulars that relate to your site.</p>
<p>But these policies are generated by bots and aren’t personalized to your unique site and aren’t legal!</p>
<p>So whether you operate a blog, an e-commerce site or any other online service, you need to have a comprehensive and custom Privacy Policy to protect you from privacy-related litigation and fines.</p>
<h2>Where Can I Find a Paid Privacy Policy Template?</h2>
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<p>Just as important as it is to stay away from free Privacy Policy generators for as long as you can, it’s equally <strong>important to find a paid version that is worth your money.</strong></p>
<p>The cost of having a Privacy Policy can vary but it is well worth the investment.</p>
<p>Most paid Privacy Policy templates will take into consideration your jurisdiction as well as customize the policy to suit your site and protect your interests.</p>
<p>Plus, having a well-written and relevant Privacy Policy will help you build trust with your users and <a href=””>strengthen your business and brand</a>.</p>
<p>There are many paid Privacy Policy templates out there but they are not all created equally. Instead of listing a bunch of places you can check out, I’m going to talk about the service I use for all of the Privacy Policies for my sites!</p>
<h3>Entrepreneur Legal Corner</h3>
<p>Licensed and practicing attorney Mariam Tsaturyan – and course student of mine! – offers a huge variety of legal documentation pertinent to website owners.</p>
<p>From coaches to course creators, freelancers and medical practitioners, you’ll find any legal document required to safely run your site and business.</p>
<p>Most importantly, Mariam offers <a href=””>a Privacy Policy template</a> that is compliant with the rules of the General Data Protection Act (GDPR) as well as California’s recent privacy law, the CPPA (Consumer Privacy Protection Act).</p>
<p><strong>You can find this policy page by clicking on the link in this post and then clicking on Blogger Contracts!</strong></p>
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<p>This Privacy Policy template includes an editable and customizable document that you can use for an unlimited amount of sites as well as a CCPA policy to include in your Privacy Policy or display separately.</p>
<p>You’ll also receive an instructional video to help you set up your policies and ensure they are compliant.</p>
<h3>Using Your Privacy Policy Template</h3>
<p>Once you purchase your Privacy Policy template, you are provided with a download link to all of the products included in your purchase.</p>
<p>Download these to your computer and open the .docx file. From there, you can edit and customize your Privacy Policy.</p>
<p>Sound complicated? Don’t worry! Miriam also includes easy-to-follow instructions for what to write in the brackets (which are highlighted to make them easy to find).</p>
<h2>Where Should I Display My Privacy Policy?</h2>
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<p>There’s no hard and fast rule on where your Privacy Policy must be displayed. However, it has to be accessible to your readers so don’t hide it somewhere on your website or fail to provide a link to it.</p>
<p>Apart from it being the law that your Privacy Policy has to be visible to readers, there are other benefits to having it easy to find:</p>
<ul><li><strong>It inspires trust.</strong> When readers can easily find and access your Privacy Policy, they are more likely to trust you, your site and your brand.</li>
<li><strong>It keeps you accountable. </strong>Being aware of your own Privacy Policy will remind you to uphold your values and policies.</li>
<li><strong>It will more likely be read.</strong> While most visitors will skip reading a site’s Privacy Policy, having it placed prominently will increase the likelihood that it will actually get read.</li>
</ul><p>As far as where you put your Privacy Policy, you have a few options. The most popular place to put your policy is in the footer of your site.</p>
<p>If you scroll down to the bottom of Twins Mommy (don’t forget to come back up!), you’ll see a link at the very bottom for <a href=””>my Privacy Policy &amp; Disclosure document</a>. I posted this policy on its own page through WordPress then linked to it in my footer.</p>
<p>You can (and probably should) place a link to your Privacy Policy directly under any sign-up forms, especially when collecting email addresses.</p>
<p>The same goes for check-out forms if you take payments through your site.</p>
<p>If you want to boldly link to your site’s Privacy Policy, you can place a banner or pop-up message that shows up as soon as a visitor comes to your site.</p>
<p>These are typically placed in the header or at the bottom of the page and require the user to click and accept the terms before proceeding.</p>
<p>Can they be aesthetically displeasing? Yes. Do they ensure your visitors are aware of your Privacy Policy? Also yes.</p>
<h2>Privacy Policies Protect Everyone!</h2>
<p>Privacy Policies protect your readers from having their information improperly used and stored</p>
<p>They also protect you from liability if a user is unhappy with the way their information was handled (as long as it was done so in accordance with the posted policy).</p>
<p>So it is definitely in your best interest to <a href=””>grab a Privacy Policy template</a> and get one written up for your site!</p>
<p>Now I want to hear from you: Has a Privacy Policy ever saved you from legal issues? Is there a reason you don’t have one on your site? Share your thoughts in the comments!</p>
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16 Flexible Work From Home Jobs for Moms (That Pay $1000/month)
<p><img loading=”lazy” class=”pin alignright wp-image-15746 size-full” src=”” alt width=”1000″ height=”1500″ srcset=” 1000w,×300.jpg 200w,×1024.jpg 683w,×1152.jpg 768w,×405.jpg 270w” sizes=”(max-width: 1000px) 100vw, 1000px”>Is working from home as a mom while raising your children a pipedream?</p><p>You probably can’t imagine having the time to work let alone look for jobs that you can do from home.</p>
<p><strong>I’m here to tell you that it’s possible – I did it with twins!</strong><span id=”more-15737″></span></p>
<p>All you need to do is look for jobs that are flexible – ones that will allow you to make your own schedule and get work done whenever you get a chance.</p>
<p>And you know what?</p>
<p>Those jobs pay really well!</p>
<p>Still sound like a pipedream?</p>
<p>Check out these flexible work from home jobs for moms that can earn you $1000 a month or more!</p>
<h2>16 Work From Home Jobs for Moms</h2>
<h3>1. Blogging</h3>
<p>While earning money can vary from blogger to blogger, you can stand to earn money from a blog if you choose a marketable niche and have solid content.</p>
<p>But it takes a bit more than that – in order to make an income off a blog, you need to find ways to monetize it.</p>
<p>You can do this in a number of ways:</p>
<ul><li><strong>Affiliate Marketing –</strong>&nbsp;This involves promoting services or services to your audience and earning a commission if they click the link and complete a transaction. Some bloggers make thousands of dollars per month just from <a href=””>affiliate marketing</a>!</li>
<li><strong>Display Ads –</strong>&nbsp;Once you start getting a good amount of traffic to your blog, you can start posting ads through advertising networks (such as <a href=””>Mediavine</a>) in which you can earn revenue if the ad is clicked and a purchase made.</li>
<li><strong>Sponsored content</strong> – Sometimes a brand will <a href=””>pay you to write about them</a> in order to promote their company or product.</li>
<li><strong>Selling Products/Services – </strong>You can sell digital products, physical products or services related to your niche directly from your blog. Something easy to sell are <a href=””>digital printables</a>.</li>
</ul><p>Keep in mind that blogging success doesn’t happen overnight.</p>
<p>As long as you pick a profitable and popular niche, and put your effort into creating content, you can easily grow traffic that will convert into money for you!</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K:</strong> Focus on building your traffic by marketing <a href=””>well-written and informative content</a> in a profitable niche.</p>
<h2>Grab the FREE Guide to Make Your First $1k on Your Blog</h2>
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<h3>2. Freelance Writing</h3>
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<p>The great thing about freelance writing is that you can create your own schedule – as long as your content is delivered on time, you get paid!</p>
<p>Freelance writing encompasses a whole slew of written content including blog posts, news articles, social media posts, email campaigns and so much more!</p>
<p>The best way to earn your first $1000 is to pitch your services to blogs and businesses. Be sure to have a strong portfolio to showcase examples of your abilities.</p>
<p>Check out my post on <a href=””>47 freelance writing jobs just for MOMS</a>!</p>
<p>If you feel like you need to gain some experience as a writer, check out gig economy apps such as Fiverr to grab up some quick work or hit job boards geared toward freelance writers. But don’t hang around these freelance platforms for too long! Gain confidence and experience and then move away to building your own blog!</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Pitch to businesses and blogs that are more likely to pay you a higher rate and become long-term clients.</p>
<h3>3. Proofreading/Editing</h3>
<p>If you have a good eye for spelling, grammar and word-flow, you could start proofreading and editing to earn some income.</p>
<p>As a proofreader and/or editor, you can find clients who need help polishing up written content such as blog articles, email campaigns, essays, cover letters, ebooks, user manuals, newsletters and press releases.</p>
<p>It’s hard to pitch for this type of job so your best bet is to hit up job boards and apply for positions. There are some platforms such as <a href=””>Babbletype</a> and <a href=””>ProofreadingPal</a> that are geared specifically toward proofreaders and editors.</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Invest in a proofreading course to brush up your skills and add some credibility to your resume. This will go well with your portfolio to show potential clients that you are worth hiring!</p>
<h3>4. Sell Digital Products</h3>
<p>Are you handy with Canva? Love to play in Photoshop? Then you can start making money from home <a href=””>selling digital products</a>.</p>
<p>Don’t confuse digital products with digital graphic design – digital products can include meal planners, goal sheets, budget trackers, coloring pages and more!</p>
<p>However, if you love graphic design, you can create printable art as well.</p>
<p>You can sell your products from an online store such as <a href=””>Etsy</a> or directly from your blog. This is a great way to make a passive income since you only have to design the product and wait for it to sell!</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Tie your product into your audience’s struggles to offer them an irresistible solution. If you don’t have a blog, look into choosing a popular and marketable niche and create your products based on that.</p>
<h3>5. Virtual Assistant</h3>
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<p>If you enjoy being organized and efficient, then you can become a virtual assistant with this work-from-home job for moms.</p>
<p>I mean, most moms are already organized and efficient! Why not get paid for it?</p>
<p>Businesses and solopreneurs are always looking for someone to help them with a variety of tasks including email management, copywriting, editing and blog management as well as video editing and graphic design.</p>
<p>With more and more people working from home, the demand for virtual assistants has dramatically risen.</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Create a <a href=””>Linkedin account</a> to let the world know your virtual assistant services are available. You can also build relationships with other virtual assistants to expand your reach and network.</p>
<h3>6. Social Media Marketing</h3>
<p>As a social media marketer, you can earn an income promoting and strengthening a company’s brand by using social media platforms.</p>
<p>This may include creating content and posting it to social media platforms, engaging with comments and keeping track of analytics.</p>
<p>To get started on finding clients, use sites like <a href=””>Upwork</a> and <a href=””>Fiverr</a> to gain work and build up your experience.</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Consider using programs such as <a href=””>Buffer</a> and <a href=””>Tailwind</a> to automate social media shares and create an efficient system – that way, you can work for more clients in less time!</p>
<h3>7. Site Manager</h3>
<p>Many businesses with blogs either don’t have the time to manage them or don’t know how. So, if you know your way around site platforms such as WordPress, you can make money as a site manager.</p>
<p>This may include publishing blog posts, planning and implementing content strategies, responding to comments and keeping the site up-to-date.</p>
<p>This flexible work from home job for moms is great because you can roll in a bunch of other services such as proofreading, social media marketing and website design.</p>
<p>Check out this guide on <a href=””>using WordPress.</a></p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Build good relationships with clients so that they become consistent, paying clients!</p>
<h3>8. Web Designer</h3>
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<p>Do you have experience with <a href=””>Elementor</a>? Do you know how to use <a href=””>HTML and CSS</a>? You could be making money at home by designing websites!</p>
<p>Businesses are always looking for unique web layouts to help them stand out against the competition instead of resorting to cookie-cutter templates.</p>
<p>Plus, when you offer web design services, you can also include site management services and charge a higher rate!</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Subcontract services such as graphic design to freelancers in order to offer clients a high-quality package – and save you some time!</p>
<h3>9. Online Tutoring</h3>
<p>If you are knowledgeable in a particular subject (or subjects) and have experience with a particular age group, you can offer your services as an online tutor.</p>
<p>You don’t need an advanced degree in a subject to help others learn – just ensure that you are at least one educational level above your students.</p>
<p>To build your clientele you can create your own website or look through job boards for available jobs.</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Don’t forget the power of local marketing! Drop off flyers at schools and libraries in your area – and encourage friends and family members to promote your services.</p>
<h3>10. Teach English Online</h3>
<p>There are many sites and companies out there that are looking for native English speakers to help teach English to children in foreign countries such as China.</p>
<p>One of the most well-known platforms is <a href=””>VIPKid</a> which allows you to work from home as a mom while choosing your own schedule.</p>
<p>If you have a love and excitement for teaching, this could be a great flexible job to make money at home.</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Remember to consider the difference in time zones. You’re more likely to get work if you are willing to work early in the morning or late at night.</p>
<h3>11. Life Coaching</h3>
<p>Do you feel like you have a good handle on your life? You can impart your knowledge, tips and experiences to <a href=””>others as a life coach</a>.</p>
<p>You can make money at home offering one-on-one coaching sessions as well as group sessions, seminars, workshops and consulting services.</p>
<p>You can even extend your income by writing an eBook or creating an online course!</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Taking an online life coaching course can help boost your credibility and give you the skills and knowledge to be an effective and successful life coach.</p>
<h3>12. Health Coaching</h3>
<p>Our society doesn’t exactly make living a healthy lifestyle easy – which is why many people are turning to health coaches to help them get their health on track.</p>
<p>Health coaching can include creating nutritional plans as well as fitness plans and personal training.</p>
<p>Like any coaching service, marketing your services is key. You can do this by starting a wellness blog, create a Facebook group and do Facebook lives to generate interest and attract clients.</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Partner with other health practitioners who will refer clients to you!</p>
<h3>13. Bookkeeping</h3>
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<p>Did you know that you don’t need a fancy degree to become a bookkeeper? You just need to have some experience with numbers and finances as well as organizing.</p>
<p>There’s not a whole lot you can offer clients in terms of additional services and upsells, but you can also include services such as tax preparation and payroll.</p>
<p>All you need to get started is your computer and some software – which you can get basic programs for free.</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Use word of mouth advertising! Companies big and small around the web and in your area need help with their finances.</p>
<h3>14. Transcribing</h3>
<p>For those with good ears and fast typing skills, you can start your own transcribing service to make some money from home.</p>
<p>Transcribing can include typing out audio such as podcasts and interviews or transcribing videos from YouTube.</p>
<p>You can search job boards for jobs or check out sites such as <a href=””>Transcribe Anywhere</a> or <a href=””>TranscribeMe</a> that specially hire transcribers.</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>As a beginner, you may have to start by taking jobs as a general transcriber. As you gain experience, you can specialize in a niche (medical, legal, etc.) and increase your rates.</p>
<h3>15. Sell Your Photography</h3>
<p>Amazing photography doesn’t always require a fancy camera. Your iPhone is enough to take and sell pictures online.</p>
<p>Online marketplaces, stock photography websites and website builders are great places to sell your photographs.</p>
<p>Apart from stock photography sites, you can also sell your photography on sites like Etsy as digital prints or <a href=””>on your own blog</a>!</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Brush up on your image editing skills to create unique photos that stand out.</p>
<h3>16. Travel Agent</h3>
<p>Okay, I know, there’s not a lot of traveling happening in the world right now – but hear me out!</p>
<p>Once the travel industry starts to gear up again, the demand for travel agents is going to rocket! This is definitely a flexible work-from-home job you should consider in the future.</p>
<p>Being an online travel agent does require licensing or certification (which typically only requires filling out a form and paying a small fee).</p>
<p><strong>Pro Tip to Hit $1K: </strong>Choose an area of expertise to focus on such as cruises, tours or resort getaways.</p>
<h2>How Flexible Are You?</h2>
<p>No matter how busy your mom life is, there is time to be found if you want to focus on working from home and making a good income.</p>
<p>Naptimes, early mornings, late nights – anything is possible!</p>
<p>Especially when there are so many flexible work-from-home jobs for moms out there that allow you to create your own schedule.</p>
<p>Do you want more work from home jobs? Check out these guides for you!</p>
<p>Your turn – do you currently work from home as a mom?</p>
<p>What’s your hustle? How did you get started?</p>
<p>Let me know in the comments!</p>
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