Returning To The Work Force? Check out Mom Corps YOU #mc #sponsored

For the past 7 years I have found and created jobs which I could do at home and around my family schedule. By doing this I had some independence for myself and a way to increase our family income. Now that our 3 daughters are all almost out of the nest I'm looking into the future and what I want to do next. How about you? Are you currently looking to return to the work force or leave the work force? I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Mom Corps YOU. I received a free trial to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

I'm content with our choice for me to be a stay at home and work at home mom. I have been out of the work force full time since 1994. Over the years I've had to balance home schedules, school schedules, homeschooling, volunteering, part time local jobs and even work at home positions. As I mentioned, I'm starting to think ahead and wonder what I will do as all the girls leave.

Thinking ahead I've been given the chance to check out content on the Mom Corps YOU website. Mom Corps is a national award-winning professional talent acquisition and career development firm with an online community for moms! The online community is to help professionals better integrate their professional and personal lives. 

Mom Corps believes that work-life satisfaction is best when we are in control of our career, finances and health. They assist in this with their subscription based website which provides education, resources and tools for moms just like you and me.

The thought of returning to the workforce is scary and can be overwhelming. On the site you can find articles, videos, seminars, books, helpful resources and more to give you support in the work force and at home. You can access the Mom Corps YOU site and resources with an online subscription. Right now the introductory annual price is $99 (regularly $149.99) or $19.99 a month. 

With the Mom Corps YOU resources I'm looking forward to the support as I embark in a new career. I'm wanting to become a personal trainer within the next year or so and need all the support I can get. How about you? What is in your future?


  1. I am thinking about going back into the workforce when my daughter is older. I still got a few years to go. But this sounds great.

    Michelle F.

  2. What a great post! Its been so long since I been in the work force I know I would need a good makeover of everything, clothing, resume, building skills and more.

  3. I have been out of work since 2007, I think about going back to work often, but then I often wonder who will cook the kids dinner, get them to and from activities and school. Once the kids are a little older I do plan on going back to work.

  4. What A World Of Information This Site Helps You With Everything If I Ever Go Back To Work innately Going To Be Checking This Site Out! Thank You!

  5. I stopped working my 65 hour a week job when I had my now 20 year old daughter. I still haven't gone back into the work force. I'm too nervous because I'm just a "mom". I'm now a blogger and writer at home and enjoy it, but would have loved this help about 10 years ago.


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