One of the many great things about freelancing is that you can combine "stay-at-home mom" with "working mom." You're in charge of your daily schedule. You're in charge of when you come back to work and in what capacity. But that's all easier said than done. So, once you get the ball rolling, old clients start knocking, and you get those first new proposals out, how do you balance writing work with mommy duties? This post contains the tips and tricks that allowed me to earn $8,000 as a freelance mom in November.