Welcome to the June 28, 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…
AspiringBlogger presents Google Reader is Dead – Long Live Google Reader! | Aspiring Blogger posted at Aspiring Blogger, saying, “Like I’m sure a lot of you do, I use Google Reader to manage all of my RSS subscriptions and keep me organized. With Google Reader shutting its doors on July 1, what am I supposed to use instead? Join me as I walk you through the alternatives and help you chose the best Google Reader replacement!”
Jason Hull presents Starting Your Own Business May Make You Happier posted at Hull Financial Planning, saying, “A recent study from Wharton shows that entrepeneurs are happier (and they’re better-looking, too)”
Guillaume presents Reach Your Target Customers With These Website Marketing Tips posted at Guillaume, saying, “One smart way to build a contact list is to create a squeeze page. This type of page asks your site visitors to provide their email address. You might want to offer a free promotional item in return for contact information. That way, they get something nice at no charge and you get to add them to your list.”
Jessica Clark presents 10 Famous Crime Fighters Named Ken posted at Kenney Myers, saying, “The problem with trying to find crime fighters named Ken is that they, by their very nature, tend to be extremely protective of their true identity. However, as is the case with every great crime fighter, the super villain always unmasks them in the end.Here is a permanent record of crime fighters named Ken who shall remain unmasked.”
Bill Smith presents Steve Jobs Paperback Bio Pre-Sales Exceed All Expectation posted at Captured Technology, saying, “The world awaits this great paperback that is due to be released in September and the Steve Jobs paperback bio certainly ranks number one of many wish lists.”
David Thompsonn presents 10 Tips for Preventing Accidental Drowning in Your Backyard Pool posted at Backup Care, saying, “Making sure that your pool is reasonably safeguarded to help prevent drowning is your responsibility as a parent and a pool owner, and it’s not always easy to know where to start. These ten tips can help you make your backyard swimming pool a little bit safer place.”
Diego Brown presents What to Pack for Your Family Vacation posted at National Nannies, saying, “Before you pile into that car or board that plane, you’ll want to make sure that you have everything you need on hand. These tips can help you ensure you do a great job packing, and that no crucial items are left behind.”
Jon Rhodes presents How To Make Your WordPress Blog Mobile Friendly For Free posted at Affiliate Help!, saying, “This article shows you how to make your WordPress blog mobile friendly for free. This is important as more and more people are beginning to use mobile devices to browse on the internet.”
Charlotte Morgan presents How to Survive the Days Leading Up to Summer Vacation posted at Nanny Service, saying, “For parents, however, the lead-up to summer vacation can be a nightmare. Handling anxious, antsy kids is never easy, but somehow it becomes more difficult when the countdown to summer begins. These tips can help you make it through the last weeks of the school year with your sanity intact.”
Brittany Harris presents Toys That Foster Development in 3 to 5 Year Olds posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “Ages three to five, often referred to as “the preschool years,” can be a joyous time for both children and their caregivers. These years provide a wonderful opportunity to foster imagination, teach language and explore new physical activities that were impossible for your child to do before.Most activities will be met with enthusiasm, as preschoolers possess a fantastic lust for life.”
MITCHELL MORRIS presents How to Supplement Your Child’s Education at Home posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, “Taking matters into your own hands by actively working with your child to supplement her education at home is one of the most effective ways of ensuring that she meets and exceeds her academic goals, but it’s not always easy to know where to start.”
Kevin Giffin presents Free Summer Activities for the Family posted at Summer Nanny, saying, “When classes end for the summer, kids have more time on their hands than most parents know what to do with. To keep them from spending that time in front of the television or playing video games, it’s important to find fun and exciting local activities with which they can get involved.”
Shelby Martin presents 10 Red Flags to Look for When Interviewing for a Nanny Job posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “The decision to work with a particular family or not is influenced by lots of different factors that are specific to what you’re looking for and what feels right to you. But there are some red flags that almost always indicate the job isn’t one you should take.”
Steve Jackson presents What to Look for When Buying Your First Family Car posted at Housekeeping, saying, “With so many features and options available, choosing a family car for the first time is anything but a walk in the park. Before you become overwhelmed and discouraged, however, consider these hints and tips for selecting and purchasing the perfect car for your family.”
Teri Jones presents Top Ten Things That Make You a Great Nanny posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “Being a great nanny is a combination of many things. Here are the top ten things great nannies tend to have in common.”
Stacey D presents Tips For Staying Productive While Working At Home posted at The Traveling Vineyard, saying, “The article offers useful tips for being productive when you work at home, which can often be challenging in its own way. From getting dressed to taking breaks, there is practical advice that can benefit anyone working from home.”
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