Stay-at-home mothers have a lot to deal with. They are always wrestling children, toys, lunches, school activities, sports, and so many other things that it is astounding to everyone how they can get so much done in a day. On top of that, many stay-at-home moms also find time to take on a part-time job or other little side gigs just to help make ends meet, buy new clothes for the kids, or simply have a little extra cash they can use on a shopping trip.
The problem that most stay-at-home mothers struggle with, however, is finding a job flexible enough to make a good amount of money but still spend time taking care of the house and making sure the kids’ needs are met. This often necessitates some side gig that allows for a flexible schedule, but these are often times harder to find, and they don’t really work if mothers still have small children. Even if a job allows mothers to work in the evening, this still means valuable time away from their children.