If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times: we all get the same 24 hours in a day. You have the same amount of time as every millionaire and billionaire who started off with nothing to get to where they are. You have the same amount of time as people like me who aren’t millionaires or billionaires but still managed to replace the prairie dog village (cubicle life) with the joy and bullshit that comes from working from home. (If this is your first visit here, the premise of this blog has always been to share the good, the bad, and the ugly of working from home.) Here are some of the time saving hacks I use in my work from home life.Continue reading “Time Saving Hacks I Use in My Work from Home Life”
During my work from home experience (which started part time in 2014 and went full time later that year), I learned two things:
- Consistency is key in building a business of any kind.
- Most people still believe that business is easy, they are the anomaly to the statistics, and they will be an overnight success.
They quickly learn that business is hard…and they quit much sooner than they should.More
I love my Panda Planner Rocketbook. The video shows you a little bit about how to use it. Here are some screenshots from the app.Continue reading “Tech Tuesday: Panda Planner Rocketbook”
I’ve worked from home (I own my business…I am not an employee) since 2014. Some of my clients find me on Upwork. Some have found me on Twitter. Some come through referral from other clients who met me through various ways. I know that for many of you, hiring a freelancer or remote employee is new territory. I want you and your new professional to be happy. So, let’s talk about what not to do.Continue reading “Hiring a Freelancer or Remote Employee? Let’s Talk about What NOT to Do”
If you’re a freelancer complaining about the money offered to you, I tell you what’s wrong in this less than on minute video. Continue reading Whining about Your Freelance Rate? I Have a Message for You!
Lifehacker published an article about time management. The interview with Tiffany Dufu, author of Drop the Ball and CEO of The Cru, points out the importance of relying on a calendar instead of a to-do list.Continue reading “Time Management: It’s Daily, Not Weekly”
Welcome to Tech Tuesday, a new feature I’ve decided to implement to help all of my work from home folks get through their daily ruckus.
I get asked quite a bit about how I made it from the idea stage to the reality stage in working from home full time as a writer and editor. Here are the basics regardless of what you want to do.Continue reading “Working from Home: Getting from Idea to Reality”
I am often asked about how I got started working from home. And the other question I’m asked on a regular basis is what made me decide to work from home. Working from home is romanticized and, yes, there are some great perks. My story behind building my business is rather unique because there are a lot of factors involved. When I say that a traditional corporate job just isn’t possible, I mean it in a literal way. Working from home is the safest option.Continue reading “Working from Home Became My Safety Net”
So… Penguin/RandomHouse bought writersmarket.com… The directory can no longer be accessed online at least for the time being. Do yourself a favor and go on Amazon and buy the 2020 edition now for $21. Continue reading Writer’s Market Website Now Owned By Penguin / RandomHouse