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Work-at-home mom: take a deep breath and Do Life Different as you allow these devotions for work-at-home moms to fill the vacuum of your needy heart in the chaos of your busy world.
 
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About Jill Hart, Mixing Faith and Business Blogger

Jill Hart is the Founder and President of CWAHM.

Jill Hart's entrepreneurial career began in her teens when she spent a summer working with her father who ran his own business. When he put her in charge of a Coke machine and allowed her to keep the profits, she saw the benefits of being her own boss. She is the founder of Christian Work at Home Ministries and the co-author of So You Want To Be a Work-at-Home Mom. Jill has articles published in In Touch Magazine, P31 Woman magazine and Focus on the Family’s Thriving Family, as well as across the web on sites like DrLaura.com.

Jill has appeared on national television and radio talk shows and can be heard every Monday morning on KGBI, 100.7 FM. She speaks to audiences around the country about faith and business topics. Learn more about Jill at JillHart.com and connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.

Newest Posts:

Blogging is a favorite for small business marketers, mainly because of the amazing results they received when they blog consistently. And publicity isn’t the only benefit to blogging. There are many ways that blogging can add merit to your business. In fact, The Wall Street Journal once featured CWAHM in an article on how blogging can help […]

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Starting down a new career path can be both exciting and terrifying, especially if your chosen “career path” is being an entrepreneur and running a home-based business. Below are five questions to ask yourself to help you determine what type of business might be right for you. 1. What is your passion? Answer this question […]

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Oct
19

Five Tips For Landing a Legitimate Work-at-Home Job

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According to the latest American Community Survey data, there are approximately 2.8 million people, not including the self employed or unpaid volunteers, who consider home their primary place of work. The struggling American economy has created the need for companies to cut back as much as possible. This has created growth in the work-at-home industry […]

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Oct
09

Organizing Your Home Office

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It can be a real challenge as a work at home parent to maintain an organized home office. Many times, the office or desktop is the last of our worries as we strive to raise our children, support our spouses and run our home-based business. However, keeping up with the clutter and chaos of your […]

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Aug
27

Balancing Work And Family – 3 Tips To Keep You Sane

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The balancing act – every mother’s nightmare. Many days we feel like circus jugglers with more plates in the air than we can possibly handle.  Over the years, however, I’ve learned a few secrets that help me keep things in perspective: Keep God First In Matthew 6:33 we’re told to seek God’s kingdom above all […]

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Aug
06

Saving Money To Stay Home

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Usually when I write something having to do with working from home, it’s about how to create an income. However, making money isn’t the only necessary ingredient in the stay-at-home recipe. The flip side of the coin is making some sacrifices and finding ways to save money. When my husband and I first made the […]

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Jul
30

When Calling In Sick is Not An Option

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The phone was ringing and I couldn’t find the energy to answer it. I knew I should answer, needed to answer, but couldn’t summon the strength necessary. I’d been fighting the discouragement and frustration of a lingering illness for months and didn’t see any end in sight. Doctor’s said I’d see an improvement within six […]

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Jul
09

Six Ways to Make Your Marketing Count

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According to the National Center for Policy Analysis there are nearly 17 million home-based businesses in the U.S. today. As the number of business rise, it becomes increasingly more difficult to effectively market a small business. And when the small business is run by mom with a minuscule advertising the budget, the challenge becomes even […]

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May
31

Three Tips To Get You Started Blogging for Business

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Over the last several years blogging has become the foundation for social media campaigns of businesses big and small. Where Facebook and Twitter help keep companies in the limelight, spreading the word about special events, discounts and newsworthy items, blogs are the place where companies build their reputation and make sales. As popular as blogging […]

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May
03

The Choice

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Recently my business-sense was thrown for a loop. I had a discussion with a colleague about marketing efforts and how frustrated she was that she wasn’t seeing the increase in sales that she desired. A day or so later I had a conversation with a woman that I mentor about how great her business was […]

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Feb
20

40 Days to a Better Business: Day 1 – Scheduling

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  One of the questions that I get most often about working from home is how to get it all done. How does one person manage a household and a business at the same time? I’m here to encourage you that it CAN be done. It’s a stretch at times, but nothing worthwhile is ever […]

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Feb
19

40 Days to a Better Business: An Introduction

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Beginning tomorrow on CWAHM, we will begin a journey called “40 Days to a Better Business.” As you join us on this journey, I would encourage you to spend today in prayer, preparing for what God has for you and your business. Here are some ideas on how you can be praying and preparing: * […]

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Jan
29

Work vs. Relationship – Which Matters More?

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“Hard work, however noble, without a relationship with the Father proves empty, meaningless and despairing.” – Tom Nelson In his book, Work Matters, Nelson talks about the prodigal son. Now, I know this is a story that many of us have heard over and over throughout the years, but I caught something different when Nelson […]

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Jan
04

Jumpstart Your Home-Based Business This New Year

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The beginning of a new year can be a great time for your home-based business. There are many ways that you can use this time of year to begin new growth and continue the rush from the holiday season. For many people, this is the time of year that they reflect upon their lives. New Year’s resolutions are made […]

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Jan
01

Organizing Your New Year

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The New Year is here! I look forward this new beginning each year with a great deal of anticipation. It’s time to shake off the things of last year and look to the days of head and all of the opportunites they hold. To help you start your year off right, here are a few […]

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Dec
26

Living as a Light

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“You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house.  In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your […]

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Dec
14

Seasons of Finding Yourself

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We often hear about “seasons of life,” especially when something tough happens in our life. As the years go by, I am also noticing what I like to call “seasons of finding myself.” This applied primarily to times in our life when a major shift has occurred, and we must readjust our view of ourselves […]

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Nov
28

Work as Worship

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Is your Monday different than your Sunday? Or, in other words, are you worshiping God through the week the same way you do at church on Sunday morning? It can be hard at times to see our work as a form of worship, but Dorothy Sayers, in her Essay “Why Work,” says just that: “Let […]

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Nov
15

Professionalism at Home

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One of benefits of working from home is the ability to have a relaxed atmosphere. You can set your own schedule, work around your family and even lounge in your pajama pants from time to time. However … one of the drawbacks of working from home is the ability to have a relaxed atmosphere. Yep, […]

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Sep
25

Five Steps to Landing a Great Work-at-Home Job

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According to the latest American Community Survey data, there are approximately 2.8 million people, not including the self employed or unpaid volunteers, who consider home their primary place of work. The struggling American economy has created the need for companies to cut back as much as possible. This has created growth in the work-at-home industry […]

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