Virtual Assistance Gives Single Moms the Opportunity to Stay Home with Their Kids

work at home moms stays with kidsMany single mothers need to work in order to provide for their families, but virtual assistance helps provide one with the ability to work at home and stay with her child.

In November 2007 just before her new son was born, Tia Peterson, soon to be a new single mother, made the decision that she would stay home to raise her son. She began freelancing as a virtual assistant and has never looked back. Instead, she has moved on to form a virtual assistance firm called All American Admin as a means of providing income while saving on daycare expenses.

“Virtual assistance can provide single mothers the opportunity to take control of their careers and income while saving money on daycare expenses,” explained Tia, mother of nearly 6-month old baby boy, Aidan. “It seems that most stay at home moms are part of two-income families. It’s an option that a lot of single mothers don’t think they have.”

Tia notes that she can save over $200 per week by keeping Aidan out of full-time daycare while she works from home the nearest daycare center charges $213 per week for full-time infant care.

In her virtual assistance practice, Tia manages multiple clients and a small team of other virtual assistants as well. While she has not completely replaced her previous annual salary as a lead business analyst in the software development industry, she earns enough to provide for herself and her son and still have money in the bank at the end of the month.

“My ultimate goal has always been to not only make this work for myself, but to create an avenue of income for other mothers in a similar situation. All you need is a computer, internet connection, and the skills you’ve accumulated over the years working out of the home.”

The virtual assistance industry is dominated by married peopleĀ over 75% (source: 2006-2007 Virtual Assistant Industry Survey as conducted by the Virtual Assistant Chamber of Commerce), but the flexibility of virtual assistance can also provide single mothers with income and free time.

Tia is planning to continue to grow All American Admin into a thriving virtual assistance firm while at the same time seeking out, training, and inspiring other single mothers who wish to stay home with their kids in the business of virtual assistance.

For additional information, contact Tia Peterson or visit her company website at

About All American Admin:
All American Admin is a virtual assistant services provider based in Erie, Pennsylvania. The company specializes in internet marketing assistance, website and blog maintenance and is launching a new social media management service.

  • I salute Tia Peterson for her hard work in order to manage her family’s financial stability. Although i doubt that those career are only for US citizens. Hope there would be same jobs all over the world to help those moms out there to get their finances on the plains while at home with kids.

  • this is a nice industry that will keep moms happy and make life more affordable !

  • workhome77

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  • Byron

    Working at home is a really good thing. Sometimes working together and combining skills can be very beneficial. My wife is doing some work from home at . If you have a project and need some help, remember to include the skills of others so you can get more projects done. Project triage can be even more helpful to everyone than not doing the project because you either don’t have the time, or the skills yourself to get the whole project done. Some skills are best done by a Virtual Assistant in the United States who has excellent executive skills and English skills.