(MENAFN Editorial) Traditionally, stay-at-home housewives are inclined to do chores at home, take care of the children and go on with the same routine day by day. Today, that definition has been changed with the help of blogging.
It is reported that about 49% were stay-at-home moms in the year 1967. There is a percentage drop through the decades and in 1999, there were only 23% left. Just recently, the number of stay-at-home mothers has risen. According to some researchers, this rise may be because of the rising immigration or declines in the labor force participation rate. But, the truth has finally been revealed.
With the rise of Momtrepreneurs who work without having the need to leave their homes, the speculations have been totally cleared. Mothers who wish to earn a living with the aid of a computer (laptop or desktop) can do so without the expense of having to sacrifice their time with their family.
One of the most popular Mom blogger is Amy of Pregnant Chicken. Her humor and knowledge anything under the sun is clearly seen in her blog posts. The articles she has written have been featured in Scary Mommy, Huffington Post, and Babble. Way back then, she was a creative director for an ad agency and as well as a professional model.
Another Momtrepreneur who earns much about blogging is Carly Anderson. She runs the Lipgloss and Crayons blog which primarily showcases the daily duties of Carly as a mom. In one of her interviews, Carly told that blogging is like a product placement that can be seen on television shows. After posing for a product, the cash rolls in.
When asked whether how long it will take to pay off, Carly responded that 'I would say it's gonna take a year or two. Though it's on the 'Insta, you don't get a paycheck the first month, or the second or third.
Mamavation is a blog that is written by Leah Segedie. People who are interested in clean eating, healthy living, and food activism may treat Leah's blog as a life saver. Being named Mom of the Year by Shape Magazine, featured in Huffington Post, CNN and Fitness Magazine, there is no doubt that she is living the life to the fullest.
But, not all moms have been lucky with blogging. A report suggested that just 94% of Young Living's members get an average of $1 as their monthly income. On top of that, the members face a requirement of $100 just to be eligible for the payouts.
These incidents should not deter every mom out there. The online world has a lot of information and guidelines can be used to be knowledgeable on .
Arlie Wall is a web developer based in Los Angeles, California. Some of his associates who are aware of his qualifications have convinced him that there are many aspiring writers who could benefit from a little advice. Having learned the hard way himself, he will say that he wish there had been a website just like this when he got started.
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