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Becoming a stay-at-home mom requires a mother to give up her job and become a full-time parent in the home. In general, becoming a stay-at-home mom is a decision that both parents should make jointly in a child's best in... More »

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"Stay-at-home mom" blogs are blogs written by mothers who stay at home to raise their children rather than holding down paid jobs. As Jennifer Fulwiler of National Catholic Register makes clear, these blogs often allow t... More »

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Ideally, a mom can afford to stay home if all household expenses are adequately covered by the sole working partner. Families can use a budget calculator to figure out how much money is needed to maintain current living ... More »

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According to Forbes, the best way to put together a resume for a stay-at-home parent is to create a hybrid resume with both chronological order and a skill summary. Leaving out the timeline of the resume may raise questi... More »

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When listing your time as a stay-at-home mom on a resume, you are usually better off organizing your job history chronologically rather than trying to conceal a time gap. You should, however, list volunteer work, busines... More »

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While experts offer several ideas to include on the resume of a stay-at-home mom when re-entering the workforce, as with any resume, it is essential to be honest. If, during the mom's time at home, she has volunteered at... More »

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A good schedule for a stay-at-home mom starts before everyone wakes up in the morning and ends after the kids go to sleep at night. It typically includes waking the kids, making breakfast and packing lunches, getting sch... More »

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