November 20th, 2007
We have been following the hypothetical business of Kay at Cooking For Kids Creations.
Kay had a scare with the Chinese made buttons she used on the children’s chef clothes she made. The buttons came from the same Chinese factory that made toys with lead in them. Luckily her buttons were tested and turned […]
October 14th, 2007
When husbands and wives develop a business together, many never have worked as a team. They’ve often been involved in other careers but not in a business together. Even though they’re excited about their business, want it to succeed, they may find it difficult to meld their working styles into a cohesive effort to drive […]
October 12th, 2007
Home Biz Notes is one year old today! Happy Birthday Home Biz Notes!
Congratulations to Mary Emma Allen for launching this home business blog and for building it into a wonderful home business resource.
I feel privileged to have been asked to come on board as a co-blogger on Home Biz Notes, and have enjoyed […]
September 15th, 2007
We generally like to learn about other’s success stories that give us the feeling…
“Ah! If she/he can do that, I can be successful with my business”
Or…“What a great tip! I’ll have to try that with my home business.”
Over the existence of Home Biz Notes, I’ve interviewed and mentioned numerous home business. I’ll round up some of these […]
September 14th, 2007
When I learned Laura Spencer, of Writing Thoughts, had juggled a home business with caring for her father, as well as her family, I thought some of her tips would be helpful for other home business owners who are in the midst of this, too. They’re part of the “sandwich generation” with responsibilities in numerous directions. […]
September 9th, 2007
Do you operate a jewelry making or similar business from home? Have you been thinking of doing something like this?
Check out Laura Spencer’s interview of Barbara Giordano , owner of SunfleursJewelryDesigns. This is the fifth in a series of interviews of women who work from home that Laura has conducted at her Work From Home Momma blog.
September 6th, 2007
A love of fabric often leads to a home business. For Laurie Maier, her enjoyment of vintage fabrics resulted in Blue Indigo, her tote bag (cloth handbag) business. This isn’t a full time business for Laurie, but is an interesting one that takes her to upscale craft fairs during the fall months. She also makes these bags […]
August 28th, 2007
Great Information Site for Home Business Owners
Laurie Neumann, at Christian Home Business Connection, continues to offer useful information and tips for the home business owner, or someone considering starting a business from their home. She spends a great deal of time researching legitimate business opportunities.
At her web site, you’ll find a very helpful feature, an archive of articles on home business […]
August 10th, 2007
Juggling a home business with family presents a challenge to any mom, as does coordinating an outside-the-home job with caring for children. However, when one has triplets, the challenge may present even more situations to cope with.
Mary Beth Stevenson, already had her home business up and running when her triplets arrived. Working from home at her […]
July 30th, 2007
Eleanor Burns, the quilter who started Quilt in a Day, the home business that has grown into an internationally recognized one, is featured in a story in the NC Times of San Marcos, CA, Quilt in a day owner builds business piece by piece.
“Although Quilt in a Day started out as a way […]