The joys and pains of working from home

From left: Debra Ouma-Weya, who runs Crimson Media and PR Caroline Mirie-Gituanja of Carol Mirie Motors and Susan Catherine Keter , a life and health coach with Trevo LLC. PHOTOS| MARTIN MUKANGU, COURTESY

What you need to know:

  • Stay-at-home mum (SAHM) is out;; work-from-home mum (WAHM) is the way to go. These three women share the benefits, challenges and misconceptions and show us that it is doable.

  • Debra Ouma-Weya, is a work-at-home mum who runs Crimson Media and PR in Nairobi.

Stay-at-home mum (SAHM) is out;; work-from-home mum (WAHM) is the way to go. These three women share the benefits, challenges and misconceptions and show us that it is doable.

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