Resources

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

If you’re like most people, when it comes to finding a job you probably start by updating your resume. You find a copy of the document somewhere on your computer, add your last job, and begin the uncomfortable process of...

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by Erica Martin

If you own a small business, it’s important that you have different materials to promote your business, such as business cards, flyers, and even graphics for your website or Facebook page.  I recently discovered a website called Canva that makes...

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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 Miranda Grimm

My work at home story is an ever-evolving one. If you have been a follower and faithful reader then you know the back story. Don’t worry if you aren’t – I’ll fill you in. My work at home job began...

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by Miranda Grimm

Working from home through the virtual world of the internet provides us with an unlimited array of resources and tools. We’ve tried a lot of things to keep ourselves organized, websites to find new online jobs and tools to stay...

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by Miranda Grimm

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of AeroLife™ for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Every day around 3 o’clock I have to avoid the couch. If I sit down then I will surely lay down....

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by Miranda Grimm

Working from home certainly has its many advantages. Being able to decorate and arrange your home office however you feel is one of them! I should be taking this perk a bit more seriously. My home office space is crying...

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by Miranda Grimm

This is a guest post submitted by Alan Lucas of a Make-A-Web-Site.com Getting involved with Amazon’s affiliate program can be a pretty fun and exciting experience for anyone that has the time and patience to see it through. A lot...

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by Erica Martin

If you don’t mind investing a little money and time, one way you can earn money from home is by working as an independent distributor for a multi-level marketing (MLM) company. Though I personally haven’t done this, I do realize...

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by Erica Martin

Transcription can be a great way to make extra money working from home, especially if you have a good ear and fast fingers. There are several different types of transcription jobs that are available on the web, however; it’s important...

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by Missy Diaz

Are you in the process of attending a work at home trade show? If so, and if it’s your first, there are things you can do to make the event literally pay off. Trade shows are known for being great...

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by Missy Diaz

If you prefer the Kindle Fire from Amazon over the pricier iPad from Apple, then you know most likely also appreciate finding ways to save money otherwise. If you also happen to be a small business owner, then we know...

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by Leisa Good

Have you ever started on one path only to find yourself on another? Have you ever accidentally stumbled upon an idea that was even better than your original idea? Have you become more fulfilled with another business or job than...

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by Erica Martin

A few months ago, I wrote a post about how to use mind mapping to organize thoughts for freelance writing, and broke down the basic process of creating a mind map – at that time I was focusing mainly on...

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by Leisa Good

Are you good at networking and trading services with others? Are you able to come up with creative solutions to save money? Are you able to find free services that actually well for your home business? Then you must be...

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by Miranda Grimm

I have been branching out to other bloggers as a guest poster. I have been honored to appear at The Work at Home Wife blog where I discussed the skills needed, and often overlooked, to land a work at home...

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by Erica Martin

How to Learn Another Language One skill that can help you when you work from home, especially if you do phone work, is being fluent in a second language.  Many companies are looking for people who are bilingual, especially in...

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by Erica Martin

If you work from home, especially if you’re an independent contractor, one of the most important things you need to do is keep track of your business expenses – anything pertaining to your business, such as the cost to run...

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by Erica Martin

One of the things that I’ve found that’s essential not only for keep track of my independent contractor work, but also for keeping track of life in general, is a to-do list.  I’ve used several to-do list sites, such as...

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by Erica Martin

Create a Derivative Work from a Public Domain Work If you’ve always wanted to write a book, but are not sure what you want to write about, there is good news.  There is actually a way to write a book...

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by Renee Crandall Phile

What Is A Cover Letter? Have you asked this question before? If so, you’re not alone. Maybe you have written many cover letters in the past, but are still unsure of exactly what function they serve. After all, if you...

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by Erica Martin

When doing research for my ebook, I read a very helpful one called Ultimate Work From Home Jobs, by KT Bell.  In this book, I found out about several companies that allow their employees to work from home either completely or...

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by Erica Martin

If you’re a freelance writer or blogger, one problem you may have is trying to figure out how to organize your thoughts for the blog posts or articles you write.  One technique that I’ve found to be effective, especially when...

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by FStewart

There are tons of resources on the web for those that work from home.  Some of them are really helpful, and some of them are not so much.  There are work from home sites which are geared toward working from...

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by Miranda Grimm

It may seem counterproductive to ever turn away a client when trying to build up your freelancing career. However, there are actually times when it is essential to your business! Use the following cues and tips to help you avoid...

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by Miranda Grimm

Shipping Via FedEx If your work at home business handles a lot of shipments through FedEx then be sure to check out the new FedEx Delivery Manager. It will make your busy life so much easier! Selling products online can...

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by Leisa Good

Do long hours in front of your laptop have you yawning and reaching for a cup of coffee or a sugar fix? Do you frequently feel stressed and achy after a long day of sitting at your desk? Whether you...

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by Erica Martin

If you’re a freelance writer, you might use Microsoft Word to type your articles.  If so you’re probably familiar with a lot of the useful features that Word as, such as spell check and grammar check.  However, there are a...

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by Erica Martin

If you do phone work from home, it’s very important to take care of your voice so you can communicate clearly with the people you talk to.  This post will provide some  information on the causes of voice problems, how...

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by Erica Martin

I recently discovered a website called IFTTT.com – IFTTT stands for “if this, then that” – it is a website that contains different “recipes,” – these recipes are basically macros that will perform different actions, such as emailing you certain information, or...

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by Miranda Grimm

Happy Valentine’s Day! In honor of a day filled with the ooey gooeys for the people we love I wanted to give you some of the places we, the Adventure Team, Love to Make Money Online! 10 Places We Love...

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by Erica Martin

One important benefit that many people give up when they decide to work from home is health insurance.  However if you work from home and aren’t married to someone who has a job that provides good health insurance, and you...

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by Miranda Grimm

Many people ask me if Working from Home can REALLY happen for them. Often they have looked through job leads for months, applied to jobs that were perfect but never heard back or found a job that turned out to...

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by Erica Martin

Networking is an important part of finding jobs and getting new business, whether you work from home or not.  When you work away from home it’s easy to network, because you have people around you all the time – but...

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by Leisa Good

With the New Year 2013 fresh among us, many of us in our personal lives have resolved to: lose weight, stop smoking, start exercising, and save money. These are just a few of the most commonly stated New Year’s Resolutions....

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by Jess Weaver

Happy New Year’s to all the work at homers out there! I have been kind of quiet in the work at home world for a little bit and I just wanted to fill everyone in. My son is turning 2...

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by Miranda Grimm

Today’s post is sort of a difficult one for me. ZNZ or Zip Nada Zilch is a company I have been asked about multiple times. While I never really considered it a scam- I was definitely quick to file it...

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by Erica Martin

About 18 months ago, I wrote my first post for Work at Home Adventures – it was titled “Balancing Response” and it was a response to an post that Jess Weaver had written on finding balance in your life.  I...

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by Erica Martin

When you’re working from home it’s important to find ways to save time and stay organized  so that you can focus more on your work and less on outside distractions such as email.  In this blog post, I’ll be discussing...

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by Erica Martin

  Recently Miranda wrote a blog post about the importance of Facebook for freelancers, and included a little information on how to use Facebook to find freelance work.  In this post, I’m going to take that a little further and...

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by Miranda Grimm

Defamation in the Online Workplace is a very real and effecting issue many freelancers have or will face through their career. Working online creates a whole new environment than the office space you may have came from in your past....

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by Miranda Grimm

Work at Home eBooks from personal Friends There are so many “Make Money Online” eBooks out around the web. It has become incredibly difficult to sift through them all and know which ones are really worth the money and time....

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by Erica Martin

As any freelance writer knows, one of the best ways to get noticed  is to build a strong portfolio.   Well now there is a website that will help you do that- Contently.  You can build a writing portfolio on Contently...

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by Leisa Good

For over a year, I have had a Thumbtack account for my resume writing service (not my virtual assisting) and never received any leads until March 2012. Then almost daily I began receiving up to five leads a day. So...

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by Miranda Grimm

One of my favorite things about writing here at Work at Home Adventures is when I get the opportunity to interview and meet new entrepreneurs! I love sharing stories of self-starters with the readers because it is often true inspiration and...

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by Erica Martin

In the nine years I’ve been working from home, I’ve noticed that there are more and more jobs being posted for people in all professions.  When I first started working from home, most of the legitimate work from  home jobs...

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by Erica Martin

If you’ve ever worked outside of the home at a brick and mortar office, your employer may offered you benefits, including the opportunity to save a portion of your check into a 401k retirement account – and your employer may...

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by FStewart

A few months ago I decided to try my hand at Elance again, since I had been doing this writing thing for a while. I have not let go of my other eggs, but I wanted to try something new,...

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by FStewart

Vworker is a freelance site similar to Elance and Freelancer. These sites all generally work the same way in that those needing work done post a job description, and those wanting to do the job bid on it. The hiring...

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