Category Archives for Work From Home

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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Planners for women

5 Planners for Women

When it comes to getting ready for the New Year, planning is essential, especially when you work from home. And Planners for Women have to help us balance all that we manage – business and family. One of my favorite ways to get and stay organized throughout the year is by using a planner. I know what […]

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Holly Homer talks about Failure on a podcast called Work @ Home Rockstar

Fail Often and Fail Big is the Fastest Way to Knowledge

Embracing failure as part of your blogging or work from home journey is a terribly difficult lesson. But Holly says “the fastest way to knowledge is through failure.” Fail Often and Fail Big Holly Homer shares her mantra of “Fail Often and Fail Big” in this podcast with Tim Melanson from Work @ Home RockStar. […]

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Best Home Office Desks to inspire you

The Best Home Office Desks for Your Space

When it comes to working from home, having a beautiful yet functional workspace is a must. It all starts with the focal point of any office, the desk. Whether your office space is huge or just the corner of a room, we’ve got some gorgeous and functional home office desk inspiration for you! Choose the […]

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How to Include your Family in Your Blogging Journey

5 Ways to Include Your Family in Your Blogging Journey

What if I told you that there are actually ways to include your family in your blogging journey that can help everyone feel a little more connected? Blogging can be so time-consuming that oftentimes you’ll find your family not happy with the fact that you’re a blogger. And before you know it, you’re feeling guilty […]

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