The grass is always greener on the other side. Whether you work from home, or in a traditional office environment, there comes a time when there’s a yearning for the opposite scenario to apply!
As we’re approaching the end of the year, I obviously can’t help but think about what I’d like to do better (or not at all) next year.
I was recently inspired by a course instructor who has made USD$203,000 from his online courses.
Did you know that laziness can cost typical householders thousands of dollars over the course of their lifetime?
Are you a self-employed parent with your own business? Here are seven ways you can involve your kids in your work.
One of the reasons why freelancing is such a popular choice among self-employed parents, is because it allows such a great deal of work flexibility around the family.
Like with most things in life, striking a good work/life balance is important to your sanity and your work productivity, which is why, over time, many freelancers look for alternatives to the work-at-home regime
I knew I wanted to earn money working from home so that I could be ‘hands on’ with the kids, but didn’t have a clue where or how to start.
Annie Manning, Freelance Writer and Marketing Consultant gives a few tips on making the most out of your freelancing career and that common bugbear among freelancers, how to find new clients.