Welcome to the March 15, 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…
Shaun Rosenberg presents Are You Really Getting Stuff Done? posted at Shaun Rosenberg, saying, “One of the hardest parts about working at home is actually getting things done. Even though we may be staying busy we might not be doing things that will help us to grow our business and bring more money in.”
Simonne presents How To Install WordPress Using cPanel and Simple Scripts posted at All Tips And Tricks, saying, “Detailed instructions for installing WordPress on Bluehost, so everybody can have a blog up and running in less than 5 minutes.”
Brittany Harris presents Why Every Kid Should Be Able to Do Math Without a Calculator posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “In a highly-advanced technological age where every child seems to have a smartphone complete with a powerful calculator in their pocket, it may seem silly to make sure that they still are able to do math without the assistance of a calculator.”
Jocelyn Scott presents 10 Things Moms do That Could Get Them in Trouble with the Law posted at Nanny Background Check, saying, “Parenting is a tough job under the best of circumstances, but there are things that can get mothers into legal trouble today that wouldn’t have been frowned upon at all in previous generations.”
Dale Shanklin presents How to Make a Good Impression posted at Dale Shanklin’s Personal Development Blog, saying, “Success in the business world often hinges on the first impression you make on those you do business with. A favorable impression can open doors for you, while a bad impression might just get them slammed in your face. Dale Shanklin presents a fresh perspective on this important skill: How to Make a Good Impression.”
Cherry Liu presents 12 Reasons Weathermen Aren’t Always Right posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, “No one is perfect, but no profession gets a rap for being consistently wrong like weathermen. If they don’t predict the weather perfectly when your plans rely on it, things tend to get a bit hairy.”
Kerin Gedge presents Kerinthian’s: Pimp My Hundred Bucks – Part Nineteen posted at Kerinthian’s, saying, “Don’t let this weeks entry depress you, I will get there… eventually…”
Dan Robinson presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps for Translating Languages posted at Aupair Jobs, saying, “Finding yourself in a situation where you are unable to adequately communicate, on the other hand, is extremely frustrating. A language barrier can stunt relationships that could have grown stronger otherwise.”
Hailey Jones presents 15 of the Best Cupcake Hacks for Kids’ Birthdays posted at Nanny Websites, saying, “Making sure that your child’s birthday party goes off without a hitch requires plenty of planning and preparation time, something that today’s busy parents aren’t likely to have a surplus of.”
John Schmoll presents Taking the Plunge: Why I Hate Being Self-Employed posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “Being self-employed is not what the late-night infomercials would have you believe. It is hard work and requires a lot of discipline, make sure you know that before taking the plunge for yourself.”
Theresa Torres presents Portrait of a Freelancer posted at CreditDonkey.com Tips, saying, “According to a recent survey made, this portrait of a freelancer may be different from what most people assume. Let’s take a look.”
Sharon Moore presents How to Screen a Nanny in a Do-It-Yourself Search posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “Online nanny job sites, online classifieds and word of mouth all connect caregivers and parents to each other. It’s important to remember that when you’re searching on your own, it’s your responsibility to fully screen the nanny candidates you’re considering.”
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