In 1997 when jobs were plentiful and the workplace was considered stable, Julie Englehardt left her career in broadcast television so that she could join a different sort of work force: stay- at-home moms (SAHM).
Julie loved being home with her son and freelancing part time as a writer and PR rep in Hollister, Calif. Then the inevitable happened. Her son grew up, demanding less attention and time from Julie. She found herself wanting more work but having a hard time finding it.
So this entrepreneurial mother of two found multiple ways to generate work for herself -- and now she has three different jobs, that when combined, fulfill all her needs.