Lifestyle

by Amy Kennedy

Let’s face it: Groupon is, hands down, one of the best sites you’ll find to save money on shopping trips, concerts, and just about anything else you want to buy. The site lets you browse deals for free, find savings...

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by anvitalis

Scouring the web and shopping apps for sales and affordable items can sometimes be time-consuming and frustrating. There are so many sites and brands to browse! But what if you could have thousands of affordable products are your fingertips, all...

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by anvitalis

If you’re like millions of other people who love just about every movie that Disney creates, then you’ll probably love finding ways to save on the movies you want to buy. Enter the Disney Movie Club, a membership club that...

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by anvitalis

People who are new to investing can feel like total outcasts in the industry. It’s confusing, to say the least, especially if you’ve never invested a cent and don’t have a clue how best to invest your cash to save...

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by FStewart

From 2005 to 2014 there was a 103% increase in workers that hold jobs compatible with at least some remote work, and 38% of U.S. employees allow working from home on some level. In addition, many people are finding themselves either...

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by FStewart

Traveling is common in the summer, and for those of us that work at  home, waiting for vacation time isn’t necessary.  If your work-from-home job allows the flexibility, you can take your work with you and travel to your heart’s...

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by FStewart

The National Center for Education projected a 9% rise in student enrollment for student younger than 25, and a 23% rise in students over 25 from 2010 to 2019.  Many of these will be parents, and more specifically mothers, many...

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by FStewart

In a way, it is easier to be healthy when it comes to savory snacks.  Sure, fruit is out there, and technically it is sweet, but it just doesn’t always do the trick. The fact is, refined sugar isn’t healthy,...

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by FStewart

Working from home is a blessing and a curse when it comes to food.  I mean, you have many more options due to the fact that you are right there, in your home, by your own fridge.  You don’t have...

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by FStewart

Working from home is a dream for many.  Whether it is by working as an employee with a company that uses remote workers, running your own business from your home, or offering your skills on a freelance basis, virtually everyone...

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by FStewart

Many work from home jobs pay very well, but often those looking to leave the work away from home world for the work at home world must consider the cost of less pay. The thing is, it is easy to...

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by FStewart

Working from home means something different for different people.  For some it is great to not have to get dressed and spend an hour in the commute both ways.  For some it is getting to stay home with the kids,...

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by FStewart

Single moms have the weight of the world on their shoulders. They have to take the kids to school, pick them up, feed them, help them with homework, make sure they are able to take advantage of as many opportunities...

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by FStewart

Keeping up with multiple freelance clients can be difficult, to say the least, but not having a workable system is a disaster waiting to happen.  Sending the wrong assignments to the wrong clients, poor prioritization, and missed deadlines are sure...

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by Miranda Grimm

When we need a bit of motivation, inspiration or a reminder that another cup of coffee will make it all better, a few memes can put a smile on our face and give us what we need to get back...

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by Leisa Good

Has this ever happened to you? You did your homework and really shopped smart.  You browsed all the deals.  You truly believed that you were getting the best possible price for your purchase.  Then you find out from a friend...

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by Miranda Grimm

We talk all about working from home and telecommuting here at wahadventures and to be honest, most of these common jobs  seem too good to be true in themselves. Many of us find it to be very difficult to find the...

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by Jess Weaver

As my five-year work at home anniversary comes around, I am blown away by what a journey it has been. I started out as a frantic mother just trying to be home with my kids and God has totally turned...

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by FStewart

Working from home is only one part of most of our lives, and by its very nature it competes more with our daily activities than other jobs do.  This is because it is difficult to separate working at home from other...

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by Miranda Grimm

Should your client offer certain perks? Are there certain things you should expect them to do besides pay you? When freelancing, sometimes it can be difficult to figure out the roles played by you and your clients. Is the client...

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by Miranda Grimm

Often times I receive questions from readers wondering if there is any possible way to manage working from home on the phone with young children around. This is a unique question, as each person’s situation varies. I have had personal...

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by Miranda Grimm

I would like to begin a 30 day prayer call for those of you who are looking for the right work at home job. I also ask for prayers for myself and the other work at home bloggers who are...

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by Miranda Grimm

Lots of things make entrepreneurs famous, from investors so shady they could be used as beach umbrellas, to the first time they put up their product for sale. One seemingly menial task can also send their hearts racing, and that’s...

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by Miranda Grimm

If you Google “cover letter,” you will find the same format on hundreds of websites. The typical cover letter opens with a clear statement that tells human resources the name of the position for which you are applying and where...

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by Miranda Grimm

Many companies who utilize online marketing to increase brand visibility and boost sales have seen their websites affected by Google’s algorithm changes in recent years. However, for freelance content writers this represents a huge opportunity. If you are a freelance...

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by Erica Martin

If you’ve ever worked as a temporary employee, you may be familiar Kelly Services.  Kelly Services now hires people for work from home temporary positions in addition to hiring for temporary positions at brick and mortar companies. This post will...

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by Miranda Grimm

I Can’t Work With My Kids Around I decided to pursue a work at home career after having kids. I couldn’t take the idea of dropping my baby off to a daycare full of strangers. However, every work at home...

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by Miranda Grimm

Guest Post By Paul Maplesden If you’re a freelancer, you know that your clients are often working to very tight budgets. This can sometimes make negotiating rates and payments tricky as they’re trying to get the most for their money...

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by Miranda Grimm

Guest Post By Barbie Carpenter Many business professionals dream of working from home, eliminating lengthy commutes, avoiding irksome coworkers, and saving money on professional attire and gas. However, not every career presents a realistic work-from-home opportunity. Moreover, the careers that...

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by Miranda Grimm

Facebook has been a viable marketing channel for business because of the many different ways you can connect with the community if you do have a Facebook business page. You can also gain potential customers through interaction and sharing valuable...

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by FStewart

I avoid Walmart like the plague. I just don’t like to go there.  I can usually save enough money matching coupons to sales at Kroger or just shopping at Aldi. I can avoid it, most of the time.   I know,...

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by Miranda Grimm

If you haven’t run into a micromanager at work, it’s just a matter of time before you do. Micromanagers exist in every field and geography. While their management style may seem soul-numbingly oppressive, you need to recognize that a micromanager...

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by Miranda Grimm

My daughter’s kindergarten teacher had regularly intervalled “brain breaks” for her students. I’m not sure if it was for the kids or herself but it’s something we should all be doing. While too many breaks can distract your mind and...

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by FStewart

When I first had the idea for this article it seemed easy.  I was going to lay out some nice, pretty bullet points on ways to practically manage working from home and homeschooling.  I quickly realized however, that just wouldn’t...

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by Leisa Good

Do you find it easier to spend money than make money? Do you wonder where all of your hard-earned cash goes? Do you wish you could be a better steward of your money?   Then downloading the DollarBirdapp might be...

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by Miranda Grimm

Working from home is all sparkles and sunshine. There isn’t a boss watching over your shoulder and the coffee pot could seriously be plugged in and sitting on your desk! You can wear your pajamas to work, or work naked...

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by Miranda Grimm

Being introverted naturally provides you with some great character traits that will make working as a freelancer easier than your extroverted counterpart. Even if you aren’t completely on the introverted scale, but tipping that direction, you’ll find the quiet solitude of...

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by Miranda Grimm

Being a true nomad means working from home isn’t secluded to a four-walled room. If you enjoy the free life of roaming the country and take to the RV as your place of refuge- these three internet jobs will be...

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by Miranda Grimm

Taking the plunge into the world of freelance writing is exciting. You have the opportunity to work your own hours around your preferred schedule. You have the advantage of getting paid for doing what you love. You also have the...

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by Miranda Grimm

Use your Android smartphone or tablet to help you practice for your upcoming job interview and to overcome your anxiety when being grilled with tough questions by a hiring manager. Here are two free mobile apps from the Google Play...

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by Miranda Grimm

Question: I need some guidance. I am planning on creating my own business in virtual assisting. I need wisdom in how to advertise my business. I need to know how to get started. Any links would be more than appreciated....

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by Miranda Grimm

I have filed taxes using online software like TurboTax for  years. Even though I work from home and am self-employed- I find using TurboTax is easy! It walks me through deductions and seems fit to my exact situation. Unique Tax...

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by Miranda Grimm

Moms and Dads with young kids tend to be one of the largest groups in the market for work at home jobs. It sounds ideal initially. Parents can be home with their kids, enjoy all those important moments and spend...

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by Erica Martin

It’s tax time, which means it’s time to pull out that shoe box you’ve been saving your receipts in and start figuring out where to deduct your different tax deductions.  Don’t you ever wish there was a better way to...

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by Jess Weaver

As I sit here with my work being quite slow, my mind is racing with different things I can do. I haven’t had to look for work for 16 months and now my mind is starting to wonder if I’ll...

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by Erica Martin

Everyone knows that sexual harassment can be a problem in brick and mortar businesses.  All states have laws about sexual harassment, and most businesses have policies in place for how to deal with it.  However, sexual harassment can also be...

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by Leisa Good

Do you know how to find information quickly and then organize it? Are you the “go-to” person that others come to when they have a question? Can you work effectively, but also plan for any problems which may arise? Then...

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by Jess Weaver

I’ve been working from home for nearly three years now and my schedule changes on a day to day basis. I’ve always struggled to find my work at home groove, until I learned to go with the flow. I figured...

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by Erica Martin

As the days get shorter during the winter months, it can be difficult to stay motivated when working from home.  There are a few things you can do to help, however – this post will provide some ideas for how...

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by Leisa Good

Let’s see. First, there was Thanksgiving. That took a few days to get going again after it was over. Then came Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa. Then came New Year’s. Now, just as you’re getting back into your regular work-at-home routine–another...

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