In any particular area? I have a number of hubs regarding the actual mechanics of working at home -- staying on-task and motivated, etc. -- but not so much on "work from home" opportunities and what-not. At any rate, you're welcome to check out my hubs and see if any of those are useful .
Hi there. I'm glad you're interested in making yourself busy while staying home. I'm a work at home (WHAM) mom working from home as a freelance writer. you may visit my blog on freelancign with odesk. you may also visit my website at: http://www.squidoo.com/im-a-work-at-home-mom
There are many different ways to work from home. There are at home jobs, GPT (get paid to) sites, and there are businesses. It is up to you to decide what you want to do. I have done a little bit of all. If you have questions, just visit my profile and send me an email letting me know what you are interested in and what you cannot do and I will give you some ideas.
You can try working at oDesk. It's free to join and they offer guaranteed pay for hourly rate jobs. Just make sure that you're logging your hours correctly when you're working with a specific employer.
I've been working at oDesk fulltime for a year now. So far so good... I'm earning more than what I earned from my office job. I'm earning at least $300 per week and I know a lot of people who earn more than what I do.
You also can visit my hub or my blog below for tips on how to get started at oDesk.
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by Sally Gulbrandsen 12 months ago
Do you have any experience of working from home and if so, how has it worked out?
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
Do you have any experience of any legitimate work from home opportunities?There are so many scams out there. Have you discovered any legitimate opportunities which you would be willing to share here, or are you willing to talk about the ones which have disappointed?
by Billie Kelpin 3 years ago
For those working from home, what are your strategies for acquiring uninterupted work time?So, I received a lovely invitation to go kayaking today, but I'm trying to finish a hub. People look at me a little askance (I looked it up and it is what I mean) when I say I want to finish something...
by Greenheart 8 years ago
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
by India Arnold 6 years ago
What makes working from home these days such a great idea?
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 2 years ago
Working from the convenience of your home can be a wonderful way of combining the pleasures of your scenery with the necessity of working for a living. Sometimes, there is a thin line between your personal life and your business life. Friends may drop by for a visit or your family may want to...
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