Summer Vacation Resources for Work At Home Moms

Every year when June rolls around, I find myself doing the same thing: searching frantically on Google and Pinterest for things to do with my kids during the summer.

I’ve been through this for the past six years, so I don’t know why summer always takes me by surprise…but it does. Maybe you’re going through the same thing?

If so, here is a round up of articles and resources for work at home moms that’ll make summer vacation more fun and less like Dante’s Ninth Circle of Hell. (See? I knew my Humanities degree would come in handy for something!)

And when the dog days of summer start dragging, remember, it only takes 30 minutes to be an awesome mom. 🙂

Summer Vacation Resources for Work At Home Moms

Kids:

6 Educational Activities to Keep Your Kids Busy While You Work | The Mogul Mom

6 Technology Free Hobbies to Do with Your Kids | The Mogul Mom

7 Ways to Successfully Work at Home with Toddlers in Tow | The Mogul Mom

Awesome Summer Activities for Kids | My Life and Kids

50 Outdoor Summer Activities for Kids | Six Sisters Stuff

Summer Bucket List – 50 Summer Activities for Kids | Motherhood and Miscellany

Our Summer: A Little Chaos, a Little Structure | Simple Mom

10 Fun Ways to Help Kids Avoid the Summer Slide | A Bullseye View (Target’s blog)

Summer Learning Links and Ideas | Simple Homeschool

101 Summer Activities for Kids | 7 On A Shoestring

Work:

5 Things to Do Now to Automate Your Social Media Marketing for Summer | The Mogul Mom

6 Steps to a Better Work/Life Balance | The Mogul Mom

Have You Built Your Summer Schedule? | The Mogul Mom

How to Hire a Virtual Assistant | The Mogul Mom

Why You’re Not Taking a Summer Break | The Mogul Mom

The Work at Home Mom’s Summer Survival Guide | Theresa Cennicola

Do you have a summer vacation resource you’d like to share? Add it in the comments.

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Heather Allard is a mom of three kids + one big rescue dog. She's a wellness buff, an essential oil educator with dōTERRA, and a self-professed “entrepreneur to the core”.
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    • Heather Allard

      Glad you enjoyed it, Shelley! 🙂

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