Tag Archives: work at home
When I first wanted to work at home, I was stuck on the types of work I could do. I poured over books that listed hundreds of home-based career ideas, highlighting the ones that seemed interesting.
While I encourage would-be work-at-homers to use their own skills and experiences to identify career ideas, it doesn’t hurt to see lists like this to help you consider viable options you might not otherwise think of.… Read the rest
You’re working at a full-time job that you don’t love and you’ve been daydreaming about a home-based business that allows you to live the lifestyle that you really want. But how do you make those dreams a reality? Where do you start?… Read the rest
While working from home appeals to many people because of the freedom and flexibility, it does have constraints and requirement for success. This is especially true if you’re telecommuting. Here are 10 do’s and don’ts of working from home:
Create an organized workspace separate from the rest of your home to help minimize distractions.
2015 was a good year for Work-At-Home Success. Several posts went viral, which helps me know what types of content readers want. The most popular content was related to work-at-home jobs. While I have no trouble sharing telecommuting tips and resources, I encourage readers to consider other work-at-home options, as they might get you home faster and may even be more lucrative.… Read the rest
Every weekday, I visit online job databases to search for home-based jobs for posting here at WAHS. For the most part, I stick with two keyword phrases, but the truth is, there are a variety of keywords that can bring up work-at-home jobs.… Read the rest
Working at home takes time and effort, but often people make it harder than it has to be and take way longer than they need to to reach their goal. Working at home isn’t rocket science. At it’s core, it’s like finding any other career; what are you good at, who needs you to do it, how can you get them to pay you?… Read the rest
It’s an expensive time of year. The obvious expense is shopping for presents. Then there’s travel, increased electric bill from all the holiday lights, food, etc. If you’re counting pennies and would like to make and save money, here are some great ideas to help.… Read the rest
It’s the dream of many to work at home. Getting out of a corporate environment and managing your own work day can have a positive impact on your health, stress-levels and work/life balance. However, it’s important not to neglect your physical well-being and to stay fit when working from home.… Read the rest
Not everyone who wants to work from home is looking for a full-time gig. Sometimes they just want a few extra bucks to help make ends meet. Other times they need to work around children or caring for ill or elderly family members.… Read the rest
You’ve probably noticed a trend lately—more and more friends, family, and acquaintances are finding ways to work from home.
Whether you’re looking for flexibility, have a health concern that keeps you home, have a reason for moving regularly, or need a way to balance children and work without paying for day care, the ability to work from home might be a crucial aspect of your next job search.… Read the rest