July 19th, 2008
Overall, those who work at or from home desire this over working at some other type of occupation. However, this, too, has it’s frustrations.
Check out 8 Tips on How to Work from Home by David Zinger at Slacker Manager. David has had 28 years of experience working at home midst raising children and […]
June 25th, 2008
It’s Beach Week over at One Book Two Book. So home business moms and dads, who need some ideas for the youngsters or who want to relax at the beach, too, stop by and see what we and Camp Weary Parent have in mind.
Taking Your Work to the Beach
When our daughter was […]
June 7th, 2008
The Playing Field is Not Equal Between Men and Women in Business, Bridget Wright maintains at Biz Chicks Rule.
The business playing field is, unfortunately, not equal in business and probably never will be. Women have always been the primary caregivers in the family. Women have always been the ones expected to adjust to any situation […]
May 29th, 2008
We didn’t think of our farm necessarily as a home business. It simply was the farm where we all pitched in, Father, Mother, we four children and Dan, the hired man. However, looking back, it definitely was a business and our home. We worked together, played together, laughed together and cried together.
My husband also grew […]
February 25th, 2008
Some people like to work in sweats, jammies, or ragged jeans in their home business and say it makes no difference in the quality of their work. Others consider dressing, if not in business attire, at least in something professional a way to develop an achiever’s mindset and better work attitude.
Jim Gordon, at Boss Hatch, gives […]
January 11th, 2008
Lucy Martin, author of Make It Your Business: The Ultimate Business Start Up Guide For Women says
“Whatever your situation, there is likely to be a combination of ‘push’ factors (propelling you out of current jobs and situations) and ‘pull’ factors (which attract you to self employment).”
Home business is not just a cushy job. Making […]
January 7th, 2008
Our popular Home Biz Myth Busted Series continues in 2008.
Home business myths abound. What is fact? What is fiction?
If you are thinking of starting a home business, you’ll want to know what you can expect, as far as is possible. You can’t really ask your competition, so sometimes you learn on the fly.
If you […]
January 1st, 2008
(For the final week of the b5 Business Channel’s “Apprentice” type challenge, we’ve been asked to consider “Why do you blog?” Four blogs remain in the challenge…Accounting Solver, Home Biz Notes, Successful Blog, and Greener Assets.)
“Blogging! What’s that?” friends ask. They appear to think it’s some fantasy world and wonder if perhaps I’ve grown two heads.They […]
December 31st, 2007
2007…..2007…..BEST AT THE BUSINESS CHANNEL….2007…..2007
Bloggers at b5media’s Business Channel compiled their top business stories for 2007, coming up with a great round-up at Taxgirl, 123+ Top Business Stories of 2007.
Among them was our selection of posts by Yvonne Russell and Mary Emma Allen:
Home Biz Notes rounds out the year with five popular posts including Mary […]
December 2nd, 2007
You may not have started your career choice as a home business owner…or perhaps you did. However, many people are evolving into this type of venture at some stage in their life, either on a parttime or full time basis, with both online and walk-in businesses.
Many factors will influence your success. Some you […]