How to Deal With a Lack of Respect When You Work from Home

Some home workers feel like the old Rodney Dangerfield comedy routine, “I don’t get no respect”. If you’re too young to remember him, check it out on YouTube. If you own a home business, you know how it goes… Someone at a party says, “What do you do for a living?” You answer, “I run […]

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How to Create an At-Home Income That’s Steady and Reliable

Remember in the old days how you had to report to a boss every day? You had to show up at certain time, punch a clock when you entered your work place, when you ate, and when you left for home. You had to dress a certain way determined by a dress code. You often […]

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How to Create a “Home Office” When You Are Short on Space

Working from home is a growing trend. You have the freedom to work when you want, as much as you want. You can take the afternoon off to watch your son’s soccer game or attend your daughter’s dance recital. Many people see this as the ideal situation and work hard to achieve the goal of […]

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Finding a Work-Life Balance When Working from Home

There’s an old saying: “An entrepreneur is someone who will work sixteen hours a day to keep from working eight hours for someone else.” This is often too true – especially in the early days when you have to get the business off the ground and focus on making a profit. Many people start a […]

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Choosing at Home Jobs that are best for you

Are you ready to make a career change? Working from a home base could be an option for you and your family. Here are some ideas for choosing said career. Reasons for Choosing an at Home Job For a long time, at home jobs were considered unreliable, scams. While there are still scams artists out […]

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Childcare solutions for Work at home Parents

Just because you don’t go into an office everyday doesn’t mean that your time isn’t valuable or that your life has automatically gotten a lot easier. When you accept a work at home position, you are trading the cubicle or the lunchroom for a workspace that is more comfortable but there is still work that […]

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Seniors’ Quick Guide to Avoiding Online Work from Home Scams

Senior fraud is serious problem in the United States. There are many criminals who habitually target senior citizen for all sorts of financial fraud, scams and rip offs. I’m not necessarily talking about stock scams, although they are quite prevalent and widespread. I’m talking about something fairly banal like aluminum sidings, repair from homes and […]

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Senior Citizens’ quick guide to buying and selling online businesses

Senior Citizens’ quick guide to buying and selling online businesses I’m not going to mince words here. It’s very easy to lose money on the internet. You may be thinking to yourself, “How am I losing money? I just put up a blog and I did not lose any dollars putting up a blog. I […]

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Seniors’ Quick Guide to Selling Physical Services over the Internet

Did you know that you can sell physical services on the internet and make good money? You can do this as a business owner. You don’t have to do the actual services yourself unless of course you have the time and you reasonably healthy enough to provide these services directly. Whether it is woofing, gardening, […]

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Seniors’ Quick Guide to Graphics Design Success

There’s a common misconception on the internet regarding graphics design. The idea is that, since people from low wage countries can crank out high quality graphics then American graphics designer or Western European graphics designer are basically out of luck. The idea is that, these skills are somehow commodities. The assumption is just because somebody […]

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