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by Miranda Grimm

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This has been a great week for a lot of us it seems. Lets recap the highlights: Search Engine Evaluating Companies have been hiring The data entry company, GAO, are pulling more people off their waiting list and hiring! We...

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by Miranda Grimm

Okay I know many came here to tell you and me that working for anything less than our worth is just not acceptable. I understand that mindset and in most ways I agree. But sometimes four dollars an hour is...

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by Jess Weaver

Please don’t read if you’re sensitive! (post from Jess Weaver and may or may not represent the view of WAHA as a whole (I, meaning Miranda, have ruffled enough feathers for the year))   1. When you are looking for a...

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by Miranda Grimm

Want an illustration like this for your website or blog? Contact me for a price quote!   Keep Your Butt Safe!

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by Miranda Grimm

I began working from home so I could be present in the lives of my children. Yet it is that very thing that makes working from home the hardest! One of the first phrases my youngest daughter learned was “I...

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by Miranda Grimm

Work at Home Adventures has dedicated the last nearly two years to providing Work at Home Advice, Job Reviews and Quality Home Based Job Openings. But one thing has been missing. How can you get your questions answered?  You could...

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by Miranda Grimm

If you hit that Contact Me Button on the left side of my page, without first reading through at least a dozen articles on my blog, I will never respond. Do not waste my time. It is very valuable to...

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by Miranda Grimm

Gasp! >ME< a Floozy? Well, maybe not in the sense you are thinking…but YES when it comes to work at home jobs! This Valentine’s Day I wanted to stop and think about our relationships with Working at Home. After putting...

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by Jess Weaver

It was almost a year ago to the date that I started working at home. Thanks to the owner of this site, I finally understood what it was like to work at home and actually bring in an income. This...

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by Miranda Grimm

“How Many Hours Do You Work from Home?”  This is a question I get a lot, and even more so over the last couple of weeks. As most people seem to understand, there is as much variety in work at...

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by Miranda Grimm

In 2010 the average American spent 32 hours a month on the internet. I think it is safe to say those of us Working at Home spend that much a week on average. If you are working 20+ hours at...

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by Miranda Grimm

  Yes another year has come and gone!! Can you believe we are about to ring in 2012? Feels like just yesterday we were preparing for Y2K!! 

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by Miranda Grimm

Part of my usual morning routine, after I drop my daughter off at preschool is to check for the most recent Work at Home job openings and news. The first place I visit is Rat Race Rebellion.com. Only, this morning...

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by Erica Martin

Written By: Erica Martin My work from home journey has been a long and interesting one. Back when I started looking for work from home, I had been working part-time at a clothing store. However, I wasn’t making a lot...

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by Erica Martin

Written By: Erica Martin   Christmas is just around the corner, and I know my work from home friends probably  have a lot of home business related gift ideas.  If you know someone who works from home, or if you...

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by Miranda Grimm

I finally took the time to update the look around here! I have been doing a lot of design work for other people and kept putting off my own. But here it is, my Winter Theme. Let me know what...

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by Jess Weaver

The holidays are right around the corner and us work at home professionals need to earn some income. The sad part is that most writing work seems to be drying up. Places like Demand Studios, Merchant Circle and Textbroker are...

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by Miranda Grimm

Last September marked my official three year anniversary of working at home. I had done some small work prior, like surveys and answering questions for ChaCha. But my official ‘Job’ was with West (very brief  time) in 2008. Three years...

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by Erica Martin

By Erica Martin: Since I started working from home , many people have told me to “Go find a real job.”  What they don’t realize is that working from home IS a real job, minus the bumper to bumper traffic, ...

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by Miranda Grimm

After learning that I had been let go from TQA at Demand Media, I was blown away by all of the support you all showed me! Many of you left kind words, let me know I was not alone in...

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by Miranda Grimm

When I titled this blog Work at Home Adventures, it was with the intent that Working at Home is truly an Adventure, it is never dull and you never know what to expect next. We have our ups and we...

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by Jess Weaver

Written By: Jess Weaver Are you working at home? Right now I am working at home and I plan to work from home for a really long time. I know you’re busy– but I want to give you five of...

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by Miranda Grimm

I have really been lacking on posting here as well as keeping the job leads up-to-date. But there is good reason for it! I have been spending those hours creating an AUTOMATED work at home job matching service!!! As most...

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by Miranda Grimm

Today, I was fired! 2 hours after being fired:  I am watching Law and Order reruns on USA, eating a cup of chocolate pudding- the kind with the vanilla swirled through it! It was the only chocolate I could find...

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by Deb Knight

Written By Deb Knight: Irene, I am sure you have heard her name recently and she has been the bane of my existence last week. At the same time, she taught me a very valuable lesson that I want to...

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by Miranda Grimm

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by Erica Martin

Written By Erica Martin: Working from home has many advantages, however there can also be some disadvantages- healthwise.   Many problems can develop or worsen if they already exist, because of the stress that working from home can put on different...

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by Deb Knight

Written By Deb Knight: Summer is rapidly coming to an end, kids are going back to school and vacations are ending. If you are anything like me you have had a totally different schedule over the past couple of months...

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by Miranda Grimm

                                Having trouble viewing the Daily Work at Home Prayer? Click Here for another version.  

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by Jess Weaver

Written By: Jessica Weaver I have been working at home for the past 7 months and it has been an incredible journey. I am learning that things change very quickly and I need to adapt to that quick change. At...

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by Jess Weaver

What is Title Editing? Work at Home Adventures has discussed Titling from Demand Media for quite some time. Check out Miranda’s blog post to get a more in depth feel for what Titling is. In layman’s terms TE-ing is exactly what it...

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by Miranda Grimm

If you have ever been made to feel your home based job isn’t good enough- Raise your hand! If you ever felt the need to defend the fact you are on your computer all day because you are WORKING- Raise...

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by Miranda Grimm

Working from home often means we can control our own schedule. While this is a huge blessing for us and usually the main reason we choose to work from home, it can also be dangerous to our health! When the...

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by Jess Weaver

By Jess Weaver: We all have those “Stressed to the Max” days. But, this was a really bad week for me. I decided to completely let go of my Phone Job this week. I was waking up every morning and...

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by Jess Weaver

By Jessica Weaver Through this whole “work at home process”, I have discovered a lot about the type of writer I am. This may sound weird to some of you…but are there specific types of writers? I quickly got many...

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by Jess Weaver

By Jess Weaver: I only started my work at home career a few months ago and I am just now seeing results. I have spent a lot of time filling out WAH applications. A person who wants to work at...

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by Erica Martin

By Erica Martin: It can be very difficult to balance work at home jobs with other priorities.  Many articles have been written about the benefits of working at home,  but regardless of whether you work at home or outside the home, you...

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by Miranda Grimm

As a work at home mom, many of us first decided to work from home for the sake of our children. We want to be there for every milestone, be the one instilling their values and help to create who...

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by Deb Knight

By: Deborah Knight Being a Work At Home Mom (aka WAHM) is the ideal situation for those of us who need to make money but also want to raise our children and not pay someone else to do it. Unfortunately...

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by Jess Weaver

By: Jess Weaver Most of us who work at home try to set up some kind of schedule to make our day go smoother. I have seen several work at home moms post their “day to day schedule”.  However, in...

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by Becky Ollar

Hello. My name is Becky and I am a WAHM. (Work at Home Mom) There should be a WAHM support group. WAHM’s are in a “club” all their own. We’re not just stay-at-home moms and we don’t leave home to...

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by Deb Knight

By Regular Contributor: Deborah Knight Most of us began earning an allowance as a small child, then we moved into the working world where we began to make real money. Some of us had paper routes, some mowed grass and...

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by Miranda Grimm

I have been working from home on and off for the last 13 years. And while I have made a lot of slam dunks in that time, I have also made a lot of mistakes. It is hard to balance...

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by Miranda Grimm

After the shocking news that a well-liked company, Livework, was choosing to end all services effective the day after the notice, I was reminded of how quickly we can lose a job! Nothing is stable. When you work from home...

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by Miranda Grimm

I thought today’s post would be a good time to start an open discussion. I am working on a final portfolio for one of my classes (philosophy) and have found myself crunched for time. Therefore I will not be able...

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by Miranda Grimm

This is the official 100th Blog Post on Work at Home Adventures! The site has come a long way since its first post and there is so much more planned!! First, I would like to take a moment and thank...

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