Welcome to the June 21, 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…
Guillaume presents Great Ideas To Help You Get The Most Out Of Web Marketing posted at Guillaume, saying, “Every so often a great business idea will pop into your head, a moment of clarity on something that could potentially work well. The moment that bulb begins to blink, you must be prepared to launch your business in an instant. For more ideas for marketing online, read on.”
Zhu presents [Special Feature – Part I] Working in Canada: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly | Correr Es Mi Destino posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “In December 2011, I quit my position as a managing editor for a Crown corporation to return to freelancing. People thought I was crazy. Quitting a well-paid permanent position in the public sector to freelance? Giving up benefits, a regular income and a pension plan? In that economy? Surely, something was wrong with me.”
Jana presents 3 Tips That Make Manifesting Money Easier : Wisdom Ink Magazine posted at Wisdom Ink, saying, “In this article we look at how we can come into alignment with money, how to make ourselves available for it and 3 tips that make manifesting money easier.”
Olivia Lewiss presents What You Should Know Before You Head to the Beach with the Kids posted at Hire a Nanny, saying, “Fun in the sun and sand sounds like the perfect recipe for summer fun, but as with most other things in life, considerations change when you put kids into the mix. Before you pack up your brood for a few days at the shore, these are a few of the things you’ll want to consider.”
Shelby Martin presents 10 Reasons to Visit Your Local Library This Summer posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “When the mercury rises and classes end for the school year, these are ten of the reasons why you might want to start spending more time at your local library.”
Dan Robinson presents How to Get Out of the House On Time With Kids posted at Aupair Jobs, saying, “Getting the kids out the door before the bus arrives or the last bell rings can be particularly difficult, especially if you’re trying to prepare for your own day in the process.”
Lisa Williams presents 10 Insect Repelling Alternatives to Bug Spray posted at Become A Nanny, saying, “If you’re not comfortable fogging yourself and your kids in a cloud of DEET, there are still ways to keep those flying, tiny monsters from ruining your fun in the great outdoors.”
Denise Thompson presents Keeping Kids Safe In and Around Portable Pools posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, “Splashing around might be a great way to cool off when the mercury rises, but they can also prevent a very real drowning risk for small children. Though theportable pools can be quite dangerous, there are precautions you can take that will help to make them less treacherous for the youngest members of your family.”
Carter White presents 10 Ways to Be the Mom Your Teen Hates posted at Babysitting, saying, “Involved, engaged parents are occasionally forced to make decisions that are in the best interest of their children that their teenagers hate.”
Steve Jackson presents 7 Organic Cleaning Products You Can Make at Home posted at Housekeeping, saying, “you can make most organic cleaning products yourself at home. This will save you money and protect your family’s health! Most of these homemade, natural products use the same ingredients in different combinations. You will want to stock up on borax, white vinegar, essential oils (of your choice), baking soda, tea tree oil and an all-natural bar soap. Liquid castile soap, citric acid and rubbing alcohol also come in handy.”
Kevin Giffin presents 10 Classic Summer Beach Games to Play With the Kids posted at Summer Nanny, saying, “A trip to the beach might be all about the sun and surf in theory, but that’s just not always the case when there are little ones in tow. Kids’ shorter attention spans make diversions necessary, even when they’re surrounded by the wonder of the crashing waves and acres of pristine sand.”
Teri Jones presents 10 Reasons to Visit a Drive-In Theater with The Kids posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “Once upon a time, not so long ago, the drive-in theater was a fixture on the American landscape. Young families with children and young couples with dates pulled their cars up to the screen, tuned their radios in and enjoyed the latest Hollywood hits on the big screen.”
Denise Young presents 10 Healthy Summer Smoothie Recipes Kids Love posted at Au Pair Care, saying, “For parents that are concerned about the commercial additives and preservatives found in many packaged frozen treats, however, the idea is downright disgusting. Rather than banning all things sweet and icy during the dog days of summer, consider reaching for the blender to whip up one of these ten smoothies, each of which is a surefire hit with the smaller set.”
Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights: Making Life Easier with Wendy Wolff posted at eNannySource, saying, “Recently I had a chance to connect with Wendy Wolff, a writer, thinker and mother who is passionate about making life easier. We talked about time management and ways parents can make life just a little easier. Here’s some of her thoughts and tips for putting more easy in your day.”
MITCHELL MORRIS presents How to Get Your Boss to Come Home on Time posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, “Parents with demanding careers and busy lives may choose a nanny for their childcare needs because their schedules simply aren’t compatible with the early-evening closing of daycare centers, which means that you’re likely to be working well after the business day ends.”
Jennifer Saksa presents Creative Business Card Ideas – Improve & Customize Templates posted at NCH Software Blog, saying, “Even in this digital age business cards are still an important piece of collateral to have available for networking and more, and even a small business with smaller budgets can find creative ways to make their company and contact information stand out with their business card(s).”
Dana Sitar presents 3 Things to Do Before Starting a Blog on WritersBucketList.com posted at WritersBucketList.com, saying, “‘Cordelia Calls it Quits’ blogger and ‘Brazen Life’ Assistant Editor Kelly Gurnett shares her top tips to give you a head start when you launch your blog.”
Jeff Moore presents How to Use Online Job Sites to Build a Babysitting Business posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, “Because sitters are in such high demand, a smart sitter can earn a comfortable income doing something she loves. But how do you get started? Here are some steps you’ll want to take when setting up your new business.”
Sharon Moore presents Biggest Mistakes Beginner Nannies Make posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “There’s a lot to learn when you begin work as a nanny. Some of those things can come from good training. Other things can be learned through the wisdom of other nannies who have worked in the trenches and have learned what works and what doesn’t. Here are some of the biggest mistakes to avoid.”
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