howtostartmombizI love to start things, like this blog! And I love to well, start things. Not keep things going. So, every October, this great movement called Write 31 Days shows up in my inbox.

The challenge is to write for 31 days on one topic. In an effort to get this blog going and to help you -the mama who wants to start a business at home – actually get started, I’m going to share 31 days of how to start a business at home.

I’m qualified because I started a successful freelance writing and marketing business 10 years ago this October and kept it going in some form or fashion for the past 10 years. It’s probably why this blog got neglected. But I want to share the who, what, when, where, how and why with you.

I hope you’ll subscribe to my blog so you can get the posts in your inbox each day.

I hope you’ll find inspiration and some tools to take that idea and make it a reality among the realities of diapers and dinners. See you tomorrow!

Day 2: Five Honest Questions to Get You Started


4 thoughts on “31 Days of How to Start a Business at Home

  1. Hello! I am so excited that you picked this topic, because I am in the midst of setting up to be a freelance writer. My mom invited me to be apart of the #write31days, which is a great accountability program for me to add interesting content to my blog. Plus it’s a fun project to do with my mom. I subscribed to your page. I look forward to reading about your words of wisdom. Take care.


  2. Hi Amanda, I’m having a difficult time navigating your site. Is this your Table of Contents page for write31days? I’ve checked in every day since the first and I cant find any new posts. I hope that you are doing well. I look forward to reading your articles. take care,


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