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In this post, we’re going to discuss how you can be a work from home mom & homeschool your kids. Yes… it’s fully possible.

Today homeschooling is becoming more and more popular. For some, living off of one income is not an option. So, working from home can be a great alternative and a great way to get the best of both worlds.

How to be a Work From Home Mom & Homeschool Your Kids

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How to be a Work From Home Mom & Homeschool Your Kids

Homeschooling is a full-time job in itself. I thought being a homemaker was a full-time job… and taking care of my little ones. Then they started school, and boy was I wrong!

Adding homeschool to the mix can put you on a whole new level of full-time. I’m not trying to discourage you when I say this… it’s just truth.

However, with the right schedule and balance in your homeschool. You can take care of your home, your children, homeschool, cook dinner, and even work from home.

The Best Work From Home Jobs for Homeschool Moms

First of all, I want to say that all of these jobs are completely legit. I promise. I either know personally or know of women who are doing these very jobs.

Also, these jobs pay pretty well!

Start a blog!

This is my #1 choice of course, because this is my job! And… I love it!

Tips for Starting a Blog

#1 >>> Avoid sites like or (It’s harder to monetize.)

#2>>>Start a WordPress site via a web host like Siteground. >> You can use my link to start a blog for only $6.99 per month.

It does require an initial investment, but it will pay itself off!

#3>>> Choose to blog about something you love. You can monetize just about any type of blog, but if you don’t love what you do… you will give up on it before you can even make a profit.

How to start a blog

Here’s a super quick rundown of how to get started blogging today. (You can have a blog up and running tonight!)

  • Choose a niche. (What you want to blog about.)
  • Choose a name for your blog.
  • Buy a domain. (Some web-hosts will include a free domain or you can go to Go Daddy to purchase one for $1)
  • Get a web-hosting service. I prefer Siteground. I’ve used a few other including Bluehost, and Siteground was the one I ended up coming back to. They have excellent customer service.
  • Install wordpress, choose a theme, and you’re done!

A few more blogging tips:

  1. Invest in a course. (It will save your life! & You will be making money faster.) You can also take my free course.
  2. Sign up for Instagram, Pinterest Business Account, and create a Facebook page. (at minimum) So, you can share your blog & posts to everyone!
  3. Get a Tailwind account. Use this link to get a Free Month of Tailwind. Then join some tribes. It will get your posts seen faster.

Resell items on Amazon or Buy Sell Trade sites.

I know several people who make a living out of doing this! The buy antiques or clearance items at stores and turn around and sell them for a profit.

Flip old items.

Think refurbishing that old antique dresser you bought from a garage sale down the road. I personally love stuff like this.

Become a virtual assistant.

There are a lot of bloggers even that need good virtual assistants! This is a great way to make money from home. Here’s an article on how to become a virtual assistant with no experience.

Start a Day Care

This one would make it a little more challenging to homeschool, but it can be done. Especially with the right homeschool schedule.

You could choose to homeschool at night, or to use an online or self paced curriculum.

Related post: 10 Homeschool Curriculums that Encourage Independence.

Start an Etsy Shop

If you are a crafty girl, start an Etsy shop, and turn it into a profit! This includes making T-shirts, cups, or whatever you’d like. Crack out that Cricut and get to crafting!

How to Juggle Working From Home & Homeschooling

  • Create a schedule for your homeschool & stick to it.
  • Create a schedule for your work & stick to it.
  • Do the same for housework!

These are the three most important things to make you successful while working from home & homeschooling.

If you try to do it all without a plan… you will fail.

I’m just being honest and blunt about it.

When you create your schedules, it will be tempting to do “just a few more minutes of work.” Don’t do it!

Make a set time for work, school, and housework. (Housework can also be done throughout the day in between tasks to keep your house clean. I realize from experience that toddlers & big families can make some big messes that wait for no one!)

Check out my home planner here. (It’s free)

Trello is another awesome way to organize your home.

Here’s an example of our homeschool schedule:

We use the scheduling cards from A Delectable Education. It doesn’t look super fancy, but it works! We finish school in 3-4 hours for all of my kids.

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My working schedule

I spend about 2 hours per day on my blog work. That’s creating, writing, checking emails, writing emails, promotion, and whatever else I need to do.


We do housework & chores every day after school is done. Friday is our day off of homeschool (we do 4-day schedule), so our big chores are saved for that day in the morning.

Tips and Advice for becoming a Work From Home Mom

If you’d like a helping hand when it comes to working from home this bundle is for you. The work from home bundle is loaded with valuable books and courses to get you well on your way to making your first dollar.

I’ve never been disappointed with the results from these bundles. They are well worth it. An initial investment that will save you a lot of hard lessons learned and heartache from day 1.

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