Wednesday, April 23, 2014

What Happens In Online Businesses When You're Ill?

I apologize for the lapse in time between blog posts.  The past few weeks have not been too good for me in the health department.  I have asthma, since the age of three, and this time of year seems to always have a habit of making my life a living ****, if you catch my drift.  It's the seasonal change when the weather can't seem to make up its mind.  It's cold one day, hot the next, rainy the next, and then back to being hot.  It's the thawing of the ground, the pollen, and all the other scents and changes of spring.  I LOVE spring for the most part.  I enjoy seeing what flowers are pushing up through the ground, the budding trees, and the "twitter-pattered" animals.  But the season doesn't always agree with my health.

So the last few weeks have been a struggle for me.  If you don't know what asthma is, it's a bit like trying to suck up air through a straw with a cotton ball on the other end.  Needless to say it makes it so I don't want to do much of anything but just get by.  It was tough enough having to go to my "scheduled" job.  Doing anything extra just wasn't happening.

So what happens to my online businesses while I'm down and out?  Funny thing about the online business market... most of them keep right on working even if you're not.  After the initial set-up time, it's pretty much on autopilot.  That's right!  Autopilot!  It didn't matter that I was lying in bed or on the couch every day.  My businesses still made me money.  Every once in awhile I have to hit a couple little buttons to keep them going, but that's it!!  Seriously, I had money coming in even on my "sick days".  It's pretty awesome!!

What are the best opportunities for your sick days?

Contact me.  I'd love to help you with some ideas.

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Monday, March 31, 2014

I Won't Pay For Any Online Work...

... One of the many things I hear when talking about making money online.

So many people are under the impression that work should be free.  "Why would anyone pay a fee to work?" "It must be a scam if you're asking me to fork over an investment."  "All those work at home pyramid schemes, all they do is take your money and that's it."  Yadda, yadda, yadda...

While there are SOME work at home "scams" out there (and believe me I've been 'robbed' by a few of them), not EVERY work at home opportunity is a scam.  And just because they're asking you for some money, does not mean that it's a no-good pyramid scheme.

The last time I was hired for a "real" job (you know one of those that you commute to and punch a clock for), before I went to work on my first day I had to invest some of my own money into this new opportunity.  First I had to pay for the gas that went into my car so that I could drive to this new place of employment, not once, but several times (especially if you include the interview) to fill out paperwork and then of course to start my first few days on the job.  I don't recall this job handing me over any money for gas while they saw if I was a good fit for their business.  I also had to use my own money to purchase some new clothes because I had to have certain color shoes and pants to wear for this new job.  Again, this job did not offer to pay for these items.  Lastly, I recall having to purchase my own food since working outside of the home meant that I could not just grab something to eat out of my own refrigerator when I got hungry (and when my new job made me take an unpaid break - which by the way, sitting in a break room is not much of 'me time' if you ask me).  On the low end, I would say that my 'investment' totaled somewhere in the neighborhood of $100.00 of my own money before my new job decided to pay me for my work.

How much money do you spend on a daily or weekly basis going to your place of employment?

Yes, many work at home opportunities require some kind of investment (not all, there are some free ones out there).  But most of the time you do receive something in return for these expenses.  Usually you get training, a website, some sample products, and a new outlook on life.

So what do you say now?  Are you willing to take a leap of faith into something better than those traditional 'punch-a-clock' jobs?

What if I told you I knew of SEVERAL ways that you could earn a great living at HOME?  BUT you just have to be willing to hand over a little bit of your own money to get started?  I promise you I can make it worth every penny!!

Send me an email or buzz me on Facebook.  I'd love to get you started on something really great!

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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Yesterday I Was Reminded Why I Hate Working For Someone Else

Yesterday was one of those days where I received a nice big kick in the pants to move forward on all those things I've been "kind of, sort of" working on.  No more putting it off until the next time I'm not doing anything else or I'm too busy because I just want to have a couch potato day.  I can't make the life I want that way.  And yesterday reminded me of that.

I work two part-time jobs, which total somewhere in the neighborhood of 45 hours a week (or more).  That and taking care of household chores and (right now) we also have a new batch of puppies to care for.  Needless to say, there isn't much time left over for the "business" side of things.

Yea, we all need to make money while we're working on a BETTER way to make money but then it (the subject of time) becomes one of those excuses as to why things aren't really getting better.

The last few days at my one job have reminded me why I do all the work at home job research that I do.  It's because people deserve to feel important, to feel that the work that they do is appreciated, and to live the life that they truly deserve.  I realized, or remembered, this when my performance was not as important as simply wanting to feel like a human being while giving them that great performance.  Maybe to an outside party it would've seemed silly but to me, it felt like I was being treated like a child in a very adult position.

Anyways, yes, people NEED to feel like people, not like robots or children or whatever.

So I've been pushed to change my schedule so I have more time to spend on the opportunities that I KNOW will complete the lifestyle I have in mind.

Are you looking for a better match for your life?  Please take a nice long look around my blog site.  Or visit me on Facebook.  I'm always posting some great new opportunities to help you fulfill your dreams.  Good luck!!

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Friday, March 14, 2014

Several Ways to Start Earning At Home For FREE!

As you know I love to find ways to make money online.  Here is a short list of some great ideas that can help you get started.  Many of these are free to join/start/whatever.  You can JUST stick with the "free ones" or use the free earnings to branch out into the ones that require a startup fee.  I guarantee you, though, that these are all legit.  You WILL make money.  Even if you only generate a couple hundred dollars a month... hey, it's better than nothing, right?  And, by the way, most of these don't take much "extra time" to do.

So let's start with some FREE ideas:

#1-Open your own online boutique ! There are a couple out there that are ZERO cost to open and run and you can earn about 20-25%. You can sign up with no website fees or kits or anything. Try 

#2-Ibotta- one of several FREE Apps for your phone. This is a new way to earn money when you do your regular shopping. Totally free to join. GREAT referral program. LOVE this one! A smartphone is required.
Join Ibotta here 

Some other free apps that save you or earn you money include ReceiptHog, Jingit, Gigwalk, Field Agent, Checkpoints, Tooyoou, and Viggle. 

#3-Sponsored tweets- are you on Twitter regularly with a good amount of followers( think 500+)? Sponser tweets of your choice and earn some cash. Your amount goes up as you get more followers and post quality content.  This is so easy.  I use and love this Join sponsored tweets here!

#4- - Sell your designs or become an associate and sell their products. This has been great for my daughter who loves to draw and generate a little extra cash from her designs.

#5- Paid View Point- Easy FREE survey site and pays for referrals too. I don't normally like survey sites because they're usually boring and turn out to be a waste of time.  But this one only takes a few seconds each time and it always pays.  I've received a few checks in the mail from this site.

More ways on 

Stay tuned to my blog for more ways to earn money at home!!

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

The Many Things People Waste Money On

"My belief is that Spirit is right here in this moment, within us, surrounding us, embracing us, connecting us, and the more awake and aware we are to Spirit's presence within and around us, the more joy, abundance, and vitality we will be able to experience in our own lives. The mystics call it 'practicing the presence of God.' And to me, that is what life is all about."
~ Edwene Gaines

The many things people waste money on…
I think the last time my family and I went to McDonald’s we spent over $30.00.  Strange part of that was we didn’t even buy anything all that special.  Just a couple “happy meals”, a couple of the “value meals” (yea, right, I don’t know where the value is), and I just HAD to have a Frappe.  And that little bit came up to… I think it was $32.95.  Nuts, right?

My husband likes to “waste money” on the lottery tickets.  He likes to call it an investment.  I don’t know how many times we stop at the gas station to fill up our gas tank and he runs inside only to return with three or four scratch-offs along with a few instants for the nightly lottery drawing.  On any given trip, he will spend $15-$30, just on that silly game of chance. 

I know I’ve done some “silly spending” in my recent past.  A couple weeks ago I came across a neat little t-shirt from my favorite show, The Walking Dead.  I’m not really sure what lured me to waste money on that.  I’m usually a bit more practical.  I spent somewhere in the neighborhood of $30 for a shirt that didn’t even fit after the first washing. 

Americans waste money on…
Americans, especially, waste billions of dollars each year on frivolous purchases or on items that provide no real value in our lives.
The habits of the average American include buying junk food, paying fines, and taking our chances at the casino.  When you compare what Americans spend money on to what people in other countries spend money on, it’s a bit sickening.
Which is why I never understand how people can be so “scared” to invest into a home business.  Suddenly, they’re the most frugal people on the planet and won’t even consider the option. 

Anything you do in life that generates income requires an upfront fee... the electric bill that gets paid when you fill out an online job application, the money spent on transportation to get to a job interview, heck there's even an upfront fee required to be a drug dealer (OK... that might be a bad example... just an environmental response). BUT... the point is that there is always a fee or an initial investment of something!  I know in the past, I had to waste money on SEVERAL trips to SEVERAL job interviews before I found and/or was accepted to the “perfect” job. 
You won’t waste money on…

THIS!  Think of this as an investment in yourself.  ANY business expense is tax deduction and really, what do you have to lose?  You may just find out this is the best thing out there since sliced bread.  LoL.  Hey, do yourself a favor, “waste money on” something that I know will be beneficial to you in the long run…

By now you are wondering what I’m leading up to, yes?  

If you're really ready to work at home, you can check out more of my blog for some wonderful work at home ideas.  Some are free, some aren't.  But don't let those start-up fees scare you.  Do you want to talk to me about some ideas?  Check into my contact info below.  I'd love to help you get started!!

Monday, March 10, 2014

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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Why Do I Share So Many Opportunities?

I would figure that if you are following my Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest page you would wonder why I share so many work at home opportunities.  I bet most of you have thought, "Oh my god, another one?" while scrolling through your feed.  First of all, if you are one of those people who aren't interested in working at home, I apologize.  I certainly don't mean to be a pest.  But please let me explain...

Ever since I was a little girl I wanted nothing more than to be a mom.  That's it!  A mom!  Occasionally I wanted to pursue other careers but being a mom has always been my deepest desire.  As life unfolded and I started on my mom career it obviously became apparent that no one was going to pay me to be a mom.  Somehow, someway, I had to figure out other ways to make money (well, if I wanted a house, car, food on the table, etc.). 

About 17 years ago, when my babies were actually babies I received a couple job offers for some rather nice positions.  One of which was for a bank teller.  After doing some quick calculations I figured after I put my children into daycare I would've received approximately $2.00 an hour and I would've lost all that "precious time with my children".  That just didn't work for me.

This began my pursuit of finding a way to earn a living while enjoying the career I had always wanted in the first place.  What started out as a means of survival has turned into a bit of a hobby.  It's a little bit like playing the lottery.  Sometimes I lose and sometimes I win.  When I find a possible winner (even if it's slight), I want to share it with others...

Why?  I don't think I'm the only mom wanting to spend every possible moment with her children.  I'm not the only one wishing to make sure my children learn MY values instead of someone else's.  I'm not the only one not wanting to miss out on first steps, first words, first sleepovers, and all those other firsts. 

I've been fairly lucky/blessed in my pursuit for work at home opportunities.  I have always been able to generate at least a nice part-time income at home.  I'm not rich.  I don't drive a brand new car or live in a hug house but I can pay some bills or get myself a little bit of spending money.  The more I've learned about the working at home positions that are out there, the more money I've been able to generate.  And periodically, I am able to help someone else make a little extra cash at home.   And for this reason alone, I continue on my journey. 

So, again, if you are one of those not interested in these "silly work at home ideas", I'm sorry.  Just ignore my posts and scroll on by.  If you want to earn a little extra here and there (or maybe even enough to replace your 'real' job), keep looking.  I hope one day I'll share something that sparks your interest enough to join me.

Until next time...