Category Archives for Work From Home

Preventing Burnout When You Work From Home

Burnout when you work from home can be a dangerous byproduct of a fast-paced lifestyle, but it’s not something that you have to experience. Not only is it miserable to deal with, it can seriously derail productivity. I’m not talking about a case of the Mondays, I’m talking about getting to the point where you […]

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Time Management Tips for Entrepreneurs

Time Management Tips for Entrepreneurs

We are inundated with responsibilities—to our family, friends, and jobs. Our society is fast-paced, and in order to keep up, it helps to stay organized and learn to prioritize and delegate. Time management is an art. If used wisely, it will maximize your earning potential as an entrepreneur, while minimizing your working hours. Lists Use […]

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Small Business Tax Organization

Tax Time for the Small Business Owner

Tax time for the Small Business Owner can be stressful. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way! A little bit of organization and foresight goes really far! **Disclaimer: I am not an accountant and I don’t play one on TV. This is not meant to be taken as accounting advice. […]

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Working on the Go!

Working on the Go!

As I write this, I am sitting in a salon chair, waiting for hair dye to process, so I figured there couldn’t be a better-suited time to get my ideas for this post on paper. One of the benefits of being an entrepreneur or freelancer is the ability to work on the go and morph any setting […]

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How Offline Work Time Every Day Will Make You a More Successful Blogger

Schedule Offline Work Time Daily to Be More Successful

As a work-at-home mom blogger, being online constantly comes with the territory. But setting aside offline work time every day is essential to the success of your blog. Let’s face it, it’s easy to get sucked into the vortex of the online world.  And while being online is necessary as a blogger, it’s also crucial to […]

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