This is a guest post by Annie Wallace who blogs at ViralMom.com.
The stay-at-home mother of the 1950s is no longer an accurate picture of the self-styled businesswoman of today. The modern housewife is capable of running a corporation out of her kitchen with a nursing baby in one arm and a toddler attached to her leg.
It takes a certain skill set undoubtedly unique to the beleaguered domestic engineer. The new era of cyber-technology and social networking has given the modern stay-at-home a social and business vantage never before dreamed possible for this traditionally overlooked market base.