Supermom Or A Domestic Engineer?

Domestic engineer, household CEO and director of child development are just a handful of clever job titles used to describe the work performed by the typical stay-at-home mom. While staying home to raise the kids can be a rewarding experience, it does require a lot of work. In fact, moms juggle so many daily tasks that Insure.com estimates that if moms were monetarily compensated they’d earn almost $61,500 a year. As with any position, the essential tasks and responsibilities can be summarized in a job description. Yes, you are a “SUPERMOM!”

1Housekeeper

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Maintaining an orderly house can be quite the daunting task for a mother. There is no shortage of things to clean or organize whether your children are toddlers or teenagers. According to Insure.com, moms spend an average of 10 hours cleaning each week. Duties include vacuuming, mopping, dusting, laundry, dishes, scrubbing toilets, picking up toys and removing those mystery stains from the carpet and furniture.

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