4 top resources for work at home parents

4 top resources for work at home parentsWhen you work from home finding great quality resources can be difficult, especially when there are so many dodgy ones out there. Here are four that have the Support a WAHP stamp of approval:

Business Mentoring: Build a Little Biz

Karen Gunton specialises in working with little businesses to help them shine and grow. As a little business owner herself, Karen looks for quality resources and shares regular information through her weekly email newsletter. If you’re just starting out with a micro business, Karen is a great go-to girl for information on how to market and grow your business.

Social Media: Social Media Examiner

Social Media Examiner is all about helping small business owners navigate the social media jungle. They have daily email newsletters featuring informative articles as well as free ebooks and webinars you can use to get fantastic information about social media. They work with the best in the industry, so you can be sure that the information you get is top quality.

Community: Flying Solo

Flying solo has an extensive range of resources for work at home parents and a very active forum. You can join for free or upgrade to Business Class for more benefits. If you want to know about issues related to working from home in Australia, this is an awesome place to start.

News: Startup Smart

Startup Smart has a daily newsletter dedicated to the startup community in Australia. They often share news about funding and competitions for startups and they feature articles especially for work at home parents through their Mentoring blogs.

What are some resources you’ve found helpful for work at home parents? Leave a comment below!

Cas McCullough About Cas McCullough

Author, speaker, activist and prolific blogger Cas McCullough empowers women as mothers through her startup Mumatopia, and she empowers women solo business owners (and a few enlightened men) to drop the sales pitch and harness the power of content marketing through her Content Marketing Cardiology program. Cas is the author of Diving In: Practical tips for starting up and growing your home based business and writes a regular column on home based startups for www.startupsmart.com.au. Find Cas on Google+