Monday, May 13th, 2013

A Home Business Is A Family Friendly Option

by Rahimah Sultan

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The overwhelming amount of time constraints placed on parents has contributed to the decline of America’s cohesive family. Both parents are now expected to work full-time jobs, be excellent parents and keep up the household responsibilities while trying to squeeze in a social life. Time is divided among soccer games, PTA meetings, homework, cooking, cleaning, laundry, shopping, errands, visiting friends, hobbies, home repair, vehicle maintenance, volunteer work, reading, after hours meetings with clients, going to the gym, doctor’s appointments, retirement and college fund planning, quality time with the children, conversation with your spouse, sex and getting your hair done! No wonder we’re exhausted before ever getting out of bed!

 

In today’s world of two-income families, rising divorce rates and out of control children, many families are stopping to consider what went wrong and what can be done to turn things around. A home business is a family friendly option.

 

Many heads of families are considering working from home to relieve some of the stress while still bringing in extra income. With a home business you can set your own schedule and work at your own pace while dealing with your responsibilities in all aspects of your life. You will no longer have to explain to the boss why you simply cannot work late Wednesday night, as your daughter will be having her first public performance as a flower, while trying not to sound like a wimp.

 

© Rahimah Sultan

 

About the Author:

I’m an entrepreneur with a focus on internet marketing. I’ve been in offline MLM in the health and wellness area, and I am now focused on building my Internet business that includes blogging, social media and affiliate marketing.

 

Don’t forget to take care of your body, so you’ll have a place to live!

 

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