Welcome to the January 18, 2013 edition of working at home blog carnival. This weeks Carnival has, as always, some really good articles. So, Sit Back and Enjoy.
And Here We Go…
Simpsonsparadox presents Author, Publisher, Entrepeneur posted at Simpson’s Paradox, saying, “Review of a book on self-publishing and marketing one’s work from home.”
MITCHELL MORRIS presents 10 Ways to Get Your Child to Put Down Their Cell Phone posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, “Has your child’s cell phone become an extension of her hand? Between talking, texting, tweeting, taking pictures, sending emails, and playing games, kids have access to an endless amount of entertainment with their cell phones.”
Jeff Moore presents 10 Pets Not to Get When You Have Kids posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, “At some point over the course of your kids’ childhood years, they will inevitably begin actively campaigning for the addition of a pet to the household.”
Brittany Harris presents How Nannies and Parents Can Prevent Medication Miscommunication posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “When a child is suffering from an illness, whether it’s chronic or acute, the responsibilities of a nanny almost always expand to include the regular administration of prescribed and over-the-counter medications for treatment and symptom management.”
Ink’d Content, LLP presents Lack of Community: The One Factor That’s Stopping Your Blog From Growing (Pt 1) posted at Ink’d Content, saying, “Ever wonder why, after months of work, you’re STILL not seeing traffic and certainly not comments on your blog? Our resident blog expert tells you exactly why in this three post series.”
Kaylee Adams presents How to Retain a Household Employee posted at Find A Nanny, saying, “Finding the perfect nanny, household manager or housekeeper is almost always a challenge, and a task that most employers don’t want to repeat unless it’s absolutely necessary.”
Diego Brown presents 10 Awesome Magic Spells from the Best Fairy Tales posted at National Nannies, saying, “No fairy tale would be complete without a witch, wizard or some mysterious character casting a spell to add the flair of mystery and excitement to the story.”
Sydney Bell presents 10 Work At Home Jobs That Aren’t a Scam posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, “The rise in fuel prices and a struggling economy that forces stay-at-home moms to generate income for their families has created a high demand for telecommuting positions, or “work at home” jobs.”
John Schmoll presents Working From Home – A Mom’s Perspective posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “Working from home has its own set of unique challenges. Add to that being a mother of young children and you have a recipe for a bit of chaos. The key to being effective is having excellent time management and flexibility.”
Alaina Moore presents 10 Best Free Health and Fitness Apps posted at aupair.org, saying, “There are wide variety of health and fitness apps designed to get you back in shape and help you learn to manage your diet, making it easier than ever to maintain your figure or lose a few pounds.”
Theresa Torres presents 6 Retirement Planning Tips for Freelancers | inspirationfeed.com posted at Inspiration Feed, saying, “As a freelancer, you have to do your investment and retirement plans on your own and it can be quite scary. Here’s where these important tips come in to help your retirement planning a little easier.”
Brittany Harris presents Getting Ready for the January Hiring Season posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “January is one of the best times during the year to find a nanny job. Here are some things you can do to get ready to take advantage of this upcoming hiring season.”
Teri Jones presents 11 Things Nannies Should Do on Their Day Off posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “Nannies spend 40 to 60 hours per week caring for other people’s children. While being a nanny is a highly rewarding job, it can also be a very draining one.”
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