Welcome to the February 1, 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…
John Schmoll presents Taking the Plunge: Budgeting and the Entrepreneur posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “Taking the Plunge into running your own business is not one that should be taken lightly. If you’re considering running your own business, make sure you have your budget in place beforehand.”
Joe Taylor presents How to Keep Safe While Walking Home at Night posted at Live Out Nanny, saying, “If you’re forced to walk home at night, one of the best and most effective ways of ensuring that you reach your destination safely is to have a companion along for the journey.”
Kevin Giffin presents 9 Things Parents Should Know About Cats and Kids posted at Summer Nanny, saying, “Common advice for parents considering a new pet dictates the addition of a kitten when children are still young.”
Jon Rhodes presents The Most Common Blogging-Related Problem And How To Fix It Once And For All posted at Affiliate Help!, saying, “Here is a blue print for effective business blogging.”
Isabella Harriss presents 10 Things Doctors Won’t Tell You Before Surgery posted at Nanny News Network, saying, “There’s nothing wrong with asking for a second or even third opinion, looking for the best surgeon in your area and being actively involved with the process.”
Angela Giles presents Would I Hire Myself? posted at Showcasing Women, saying, “This is an article written for a person to see if they would really hire themselves to do the task at hand.”
Tom presents Working At Home On The Internet… The TRUTH! posted at Tom Glover, saying, “Throughout this article, YOU will learn the truth behind Working At Home On The Internet. You will also understand what you should expect when starting to work from home, and how to avoid many “Get Rich Quick” Scams.”
Kerin Gedge presents Pimp My Hundred Bucks – Part Thirteen posted at Kerinthian’s, saying, “Back from my holiday, its time to knuckle down and finish what I started, join me as I continue my quest to turn $100 into $500…”
Tim Hall presents 10 of the Coolest Moms on TV posted at Summer Nanny Jobs, saying, “Whether they’re still reigning on continuing shows or live on only in syndication, there are some television moms that were so cool that they’ve become part of the cultural landscape forever.”
Fitz Villafuerte presents Don’t Let Anybody Tell You What You Can or Cannot Do posted at Ready To Be Rich, saying, “Working at home is not a popular career choice, and many will not easily understand why you choose to put up a home business. But if this is something you believe you can do, then you should do it. Don’t wait for others to give you permission to do the things you love.”
Theresa Torres presents 6 Personal Finance Skills Every Business Owner Should Master | Alltopstartups posted at Alltopstartups, saying, “Managing your business’s finances can be more complex, but there are personal finance skills that you can apply to your business and here are just some of them.”
Cherry Liu presents 10 Things Never to do Alone posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, “There are some activities that can provide a rush of self-reliant satisfaction, empowerment and fulfillment when you complete them on your own.”
Sharon Moore presents 10 Telltale Signs You Might be a Bad Nanny posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “Working as a private childcare provider can be one of the most rewarding, fulfilling and exciting careers out there.”
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