My Pet Project: An Awesome Community for Work-at-Home Moms

I started blogging in 2004 and consider that my original foray into being a work-at-home mom. Since then, that moniker has grown and evolved, but it’s a title I’ve yet to give up.

In 2008, I started a menu planning subscription service as an off-shoot of this blog. Some of you probably remember that and were possibly even members. Then, in 2010 after Jill (our youngest child) was born, things started to slow down on this here blog. I closed up shop with the menu planning and new blog posts became sporadic. I never really covered why or what happened, but that all changes today.

In November of 2010, I officially entered the world of freelancing. I started picking up clients and my freelance career really took off early in 2011. By the end of the year, Eric was able to “retire” and close his commercial cleaning business while I became the sole breadwinner. I was earning a solid and consistent six-figure yearly income and the whole family had fallen in love with the freedoms that came with my being a work-at-home mom. (And that’s when this blog unfortunately had to take a back seat to client work.)

I’ve spent the years since then working as a freelance marketer and have had the privilege of being part of some exciting product/brand launches, working with some amazing clients, helping to build businesses from idea through conception and execution, and so much more. Through it all, I’ve still been a wife and mom and the family has been top priority. You could say I’ve learned a thing or two about being a work-at-home mom.

The life of a WAHM is amazing…but not easy. It’s filled with freedoms…and new responsibilities. It can equal incredible financial gains…and financial stress. Personal well-being can slip behind kids, husband and clients. I wouldn’t change being a work-at-home mom for anything in the world, but I sure wish I’d had more direction, accountability, encouragement and support from other work-at-home moms over the years. I didn’t have time to seek it out but I would have loved having the option to join a thriving community.

That is why I’m so excited to announce the launch of…

The WAHM Collective

This new membership community for work-at-home moms is my baby, but it’s not all mine. I’ve partnered with 19 other WAHMs who are experts within their fields so that we can collectively create an unparalleled resource for fellow WAHMs regardless of what stage they’re at in their entrepreneurial journeys.

My vision for The Work at Home Moms’ Collective is to create a membership community that serves ALL aspects of a Work at Home Mom’s life in one place. 

We WAHMs are a unique breed – building businesses while also raising kids, running households and trying to take care of ourselves on a personal level. My thought was that it would be awesome to have each of those facets served in one location. Don’t you agree?
At the same time, I also realized that I’ve met all of these AMAZING women online who are masters at their craft and making an impact on countless others through teaching and coaching. What if I could bring us all together?
And so The WAHM Collective was born. The doors are open for new members and we’d love to have you join us!

What Is The WAHM Collective?

At The WAHM Collective, our tagline is:

Creating your business. Supporting your family. Balancing your life. The ONE community helping you successfully navigate all THREE.

The WAHM Collective is packed with both practical and educational content to help new and experienced work at home moms across 3 core concepts: business, family, and life.

When you become a member of The WAHM Collective you’ll have access to the teachings of over 20 fellow work-at-home moms who are experts in their fields – from writing copy that sells to growing your Instagram presence, from preparing meals for picky eaters to how to organize your home for success, from getting started as a freelancer to developing a mindset primed for success, and SO MUCH MORE!

suThe WAHM Collective is geared for all moms, from those just beginning to explore the idea of working at home to those who’ve been doing it for decades but want to be more organized, level up their business or just be part of an active, like-minded group of fellow work at home moms.
Whether you’re thinking about becoming a work-at-home mom, just getting started on your journey, or have been a WAHM for a decade, The WAHM Collective is for you! 
I’d love for you to check it out here.