Two of the most important issues of our time. The environment and reaching our personal goals. If you could work from home,how much would you like to be making?. And what would you do with the money?. Happy new year. Gavin
Well I am a stay-at-home mother, so we only have one income. It would be amazing to make enough money at home/online to be able to replace my husbands income. What a dream it would be if we could be together as a family even more and travel the world!
Hi Google Gal. Nope.No such thing. I just think that there is a genuine opportunity to do just what i said.Nothing under-hand.And certainly,to make any kind of a living working from home takes a lot of hard work and takes real time. But if you or anyone is passionate about our planet,specifically the Amazon Rain-forest, and is into being free of the racing of rats...there is a way to do so!
Thanks for your honest answer! $3,000 is certainly doable in the kind of venture i am thinking about. Marcel,can i ask,how are you getting by at present?. I know what it might be like to struggle financially. Wishing you prosperity in 2010,whatever that turns out to be!. Gavin
Yes, working from home doesn't do much for your social life - until I tried it for a while, I didn't realise how much I relied on my work colleagues for social interaction, and how quickly work "friends" lose interest if you're not around every day.
Greenheart - you'll get pretty short shrift from some Hubbers if you start any threads on the forum with a hidden agenda, i.e. trying to sell people something. This is a social forum, not a place to market yourself or your products (that's what your Hubs are for).
I see from your Hubs that you're into MLM and Attraction Marketing, so I assume that's what you're getting around to. Tip: it's OK to include a link in your profile to whatever your site is.
Hi efeguy Thanks for your question. I am involved with a Company that has saved over 1 million acres of Amazon Rain-forest.It donates 10% of its profits to the region. At present the company is operational in the U.S,U.K and Germany. So it is an ethical enterprise and has people who are heart centred and genuinely care for the environment.And are business minded. Have a happy and prosperous new year. Gavin
I have a question. Why save a rain forest why not clear it to grow food for the world? I do not understand the logic of saving old growth trees that serve no useful purpose while people go hungry. How much food and other things like renewable non-petroleum based fuel could a few thousand acres of former rain forest produce?
I can't believe I'm reading this. Compare the depth of roots between a Sequoia tree and a lettuce. Irresponsible tree felling and farming practices have turned large parts of Australia into salty desert land where you can grow nothing. No trees, no mulch, no food for the soil. The soil is the skin of our planet. If we get rid of any more trees, we are not only depriving ourselves from oxigen like TLMinut mentioned, but upsetting ecology as a whole.
I work online from home, and save rain forest daily and free at the environmental site. http://www.redjellyfish.com/ Even their server is green. I really like the idea of cleaning the air, it is becoming very polluted in the major cities in Australia too. http://www.redjellyfish.com/
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