If you are a female homeworker there are various sites online which are tailored to your gender. Among them is Home Office Women which "desires to inspire, encourage, empower, provide a healthy network and safe environment for ALL women to help and share with each other our life, experiences, successes, failures and anything close to your heart." There is a wide range of subjects in their daily posts as well as occasional carnivals.
WAHM, the online magazine for work-at-home moms (mothers) asks the pertinent questions: "Is every day "Take Your Children to Work" day? Are there Legos under your desk? Is your coffeepot the most-used appliance in your house? Then you're a WAHM, and this is your magazine!" Founder Cheryl Demas says the site is a source for home business information, work at home/work from home jobs, and all the support and advice a work-at-home mom (or dad, or anyone) could ask for."
Have a look too at the emomsathome blog/ by Wendy Piersall and Mom Gadget, a guide to gadgets, gizmos and working from home.