If you work as a freelancer, you know how important it is to save money out of your pay for taxes, as well as time off and retirement. But how do you do this? You may have an accountant helping you with this task, but accountants can be expensive. Luckily, there’s an easy way to figure out how much you should be saving for taxes, time off and retirement, and set aside these amounts out of your pay – use the website Catch.[Read more…] about Freelancers: Set Aside Money for Taxes, Time Off and Retirement with Catch
If you’re a writer who often uses tools like Grammarly or the Hemingway App to check your grammar and readability, but have wanted to do more, I started using a tool a while ago that’s got all that in it, plus much more. Not only does ProWritingAid check grammar and readability, it also checks other things like
- Plagiarism (limited)
In this post, I’ll explain more about how to use it and the different things it checks in your writing.[Read more…] about Check Grammar, Style, and Readability With ProWritingAid
If you work from home and sit at a desk a lot, you may get very stiff and sore. Luckily, there are several ways to relieve that stiffness; one of the best I’ve found recently is using yoga. In this post, I’ll describe six yoga stretches that you can do at your desk to relieve the stiffness, pain, and tension that comes with sitting at a desk all day.[Read more…] about Yoga Stretches for People Who Work from Home
I didn’t realize it, but this website turned 4 years old on July 8! Or rather, I published my first blog post then. In the beginning, I started with a blog on Blogger or WordPress.com – I honestly can’t remember which one. Then later, I decided to buy the domain workathometipsonline.com. Growth has been slow since then because the time and energy I’ve put into the site has varied since I started it, but here are some interesting stats about how the site has grown
- I’ve published 111 posts, which have received 24 comments.
- I started the Work at Home Tips Online Facebook page on May 7, 2015. Posts were sporadic at first, so growth was slow. Once I started posting articles that were relevant to people who work from home, as well as other relevant content, my page started growing. Right now it has 358 likes and is followed by 414 people – not as impressive as some of the work from home blogs I follow, but I’m getting there!
- I started the Work at Home Tips Online newsletter last October – It was originally called Work at Home Tips Online this Week, but I changed the name to The Weekly Tipster in June of this year. It’s grown from just 7 recipients to 23 recipients. If you’re interested in signing up for the newsletter, you can do so on the form in the right sidebar.
I look forward to continuing to find ways to grow the Work at Home Tips Online community. If you have any ideas for blog posts or ways I can continue to increase my website traffic, please feel free to comment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently I discovered a new tool that Jeff Goins created called Don’t Hit Publish. This app helps writers of shorter form content, such as articles, blog posts and emails (not eBooks) figure out if their content is ready to be published. In this blog post, I’ll provide information on Don’t Hit Publish and how to use it.
What is Don’t Hit Publish?
Don’t Hit Publish is a website created by Jeff Goins, that helps people who write shorter content figure out if their content is ready to be published or sent. [Read more…] about Improve Blog Posts, Articles and Emails with Don’t Hit Publish