If you work at home, at one point or another someone has probably asked you when you’re going to get a “real” job. There are a lot of different ways to respond to this question. In this blog post, I’m going to share a few people’s responses to this question.
Evernote is an application that you can use to keep track of all kinds of different information. You can use it to create text notes, voice notes or save pictures that are important to you. You can also clip articles from the web that you may want to refer to later. I’ve been using Evernote for over a year now, and it’s helped me keep information organized in my personal life, as well as in my professional life. Some of the ways I use Evernote in my personal life include:
In the previous post, I talked about different things you need to consider when looking into health insurance. In this post, I’ll provide information on some resources you can look at for health insurance or health care information.
One of the benefits of working for another company is that they will often provide health insurance as well as other benefits. But what if you work for a company that doesn’t provide health insurance, or you have your own business? Health insurance is important for most people to have, especially if you have medical problems that require frequent doctor visits and/or medication. And now Obamacare has made it mandatory for everyone to have health insurance. So how do you go about finding health insurance if you work from home?
When you work from home, it’s important to find ways to save time and stay organized, so that you can spend more time on your work and less time on outside distractions. In this blog post, I’ll discuss some ways to save time and stay organized while working from home. Some of these ideas are discussed in the book Bit Literacy, by Mark Hurst. Please note that while I’ll be referring to his book and some of the methods he discusses, I am not being paid by Mark Hurst or his company, Creative Good, for mentioning the book. I just think it’s an excellent book and wanted to share some of the things I learned from it, and how they can be applied to working from home.