Find Work and Life Balance with Mom Corps You

Find Work and Life Balance with Mom Corps You

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Mom Corps You

Mom Corps YOU

Juggling work and home life can be hard whether you are out in the work force or working from home. I currently work from home blogging, web design, marketing and we live on a farm that takes many hours of work every day for me. I also work in my dad’s insurance office and eventually taking over his insurance business. I often feel like I will never accomplish everything but somehow I manage. Are you satisfied with your work and life balance?

I absolutely love what I do.

I love working on our farm.

I love working with my dad.

I love being able to enjoy my son’s choir program, his baseball game or something as simple as picking him up from school.

I am so glad I get to make memories with my family without feeling like I’ve missed out because I couldn’t balance my work and home life.

Are you currently looking to return to the work force, or have you previously been in the work force?

It can be overwhelming but with the help of Mom Corps YOU we can do it! They help us with the coaching, tools and access we need to get work/life satisfaction.

Check out all of the great benefits below that we love at Mom Corps YOU.

Increased Visibility: I love that you can get highlighted on the Mom Corps Blog and potentially seen by thousands of employers. If you are looking to get back in the work force, this is for you!

Bi-Weekly Webinars: Get tips on health, finances, and entrepreneurship from amazing experts. Often times it’s hard to find time in your schedule for a live webinar. They actually record them so you can hear them any time of the day!

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Live Chat Coaching: Chat live with recruiters to learn the inside info on job listings.

Discussion Forums: With a community of 160,000+ professionals, you can share stories, ask questions and connect with your Mom Corps team and national experts. A great networking tool to land the job of your dreams!

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Weekly Newsletter: Get basic tips from Mom Corps partners and experts.

Tools and Resources: Take advantage of the 100′s of tools and resources that include the best ebooks, checklists, articles, sideshares and more from experts! Great motivational tools!Tools and Resources

Mom Corps, a national award-winning professional talent acquisition and career development firm, has launched Mom Corps YOU, an online community to help professionals better integrate their professional and personal lives. Mom Corps believes that work-life satisfaction is best achieved when you can take ownership of several key areas of your life, including career, finances and health & wellness, and this subscription-based community provides education, resources and tools to help you do just that.

Mom Corps YOU is available via an online subscription for an introductory annual price of $99.99 (regularly $149.99) or $19.99 a month.

Have you checked out the Mom Corps YOU site? We’d love to hear a bit more about your experience!

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  • Shannon

    Thank you for sharing this with us. Have a lovely day.

  • Marcie Robinson

    Going back to work as a mom has been quite the adjustment. I think it is good to offer moms guidance and support through this.

  • http://www.sahmreviews.com Scott

    My wife has been considering taking on a full-time position in social media, she’s just not sure if she’s ready to go back to work for 40 hours a week.

  • http://artpark78.com/blog1 yonawilliams

    I have been self-employed ever since I graduated from college, and have had no interest to join the in-office work force. I know that I will have to some day because self employment tax sucks and not having some of the benefits of working for a company (or whatever) is a disadvantage too sometimes.

  • Michelle Elizondo

    I commend moms that can do it all because I can’t.

  • ASliceofHomeschoolPie

    I love blogging and someday when I’m done homeschooling I will probably make that my full-time job. However, I can see how this type of a program can help those that are looking for work outside the home. ~Clara

  • Mandy Young Carter

    Seems like a great resource for moms wanting to get back into the workforce!

  • Michelle F.

    That is awesome. I am thinking of going back to teaching when my daughter is a little older.

  • tannawings

    I have never heard of this before but anything that can offer support and advice is a very good thing.

  • Terin Aleah Garrett

    I’ll keep this in mind if I ever find myself looking for another job! :)

  • Dawn Kropp

    I have not heard of Mom Corps before now! What a fabulous idea for moms re-entering the workforce. Thanks for sharing!

  • http://www.positivekismet.com/ ElizOF

    I’ve been hearing quite a lot about this group and will check them out soon. So much to do and so little time…

  • Alison

    I have never heard of them, it sounds great and something that i will look into – I have been trying to look for another job and this sounds like the place for me, thanks!

  • http://www.attachedmoms.com/ Amanda McMahon

    I was a working mom for almost 5 years. now i do some freelance but am considering heading back into the workforce.

  • Sandra Beeman

    What a wealth of information in your article. I’m personally not in a situation I need assistance for at this time. I do know at least two friends and one family member whom would benefit at this time. I will be directing each of them to this article.

  • http://www.natural4.kitsylane.com S Daniel

    This is great information. I have never heard of Mom Corps, but it sounds like a great and helpful program. I will definitely be looking into this. thanks so much for sharing.

  • Nerdz Rage

    i need help finging a job but I’m not a mom…

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