Welcome to the July 5, 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…
Medo Joe presents Work From Home Scam and Spam | Bashing posted at Work Online From Home Free, saying, “If you’re a beginner at working online, chances are you’re going to get bitten by scam artists in the industry before you make any success. This post is to save you money through the process by exposing the most tempting scam online opportunities around. Warning: Strong tone.”
Amelia Thio presents Do You Have the Right Mindset to Grow Your Business? posted at Amelia Thio, saying, “Few people realize that building a business success is not based strictly on what you do or how you do it. Instead it is directly connected to how you think. Your state of mind is key to unlocking your biggest dream.”
Guillaume presents How You Can Market Your Business Online posted at Guillaume, saying, “In all honesty, you work hard at Internet promotion to make more money. While you may like the products or services you offer, you want to make money from them. Put these ideas into use to achieve your goals. Read the full blog post here: http://guillaumeparra.com/network-marketing/internet-marketing/how-you-can-market-your-business-online/”
Bill Smith presents Thinking About Getting Articles From Syndication? posted at Authority Articles, saying, “When you are looking for published works on the Internet, choosing article’s from syndication may be the best choice available to you.”
Jessica Clark presents 10 Educators Named Ken Who Have Influenced Generations posted at Kenney Myers, saying, “These great educators have gone above and beyond in their respective fields, inspiring entire generations to follow in their footsteps. The ten men on this list are all remarkable in their own right, however, they do have one thing in common – they all share the name Ken.”
Sharon Moore presents Dealing with the Grief of Leaving Your Nanny Job posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “Leaving your post is one of the toughest things you’ll ever have to do as a nanny. The nanny/child relationship is like no other, it’s an intimate bond that many nannies say is as close to a parent/child relationship as you can get. Here are some tips to help you get through this transition with your heart intact.”
Steve Jackson presents 10 Ways to Keep Bugs Out of Your Picnic Food posted at Housekeeping, saying, “All that being said, nothing can ruin an outdoor meal quite like insects. Finding creepy-crawlies in food and beverages can quickly destroy an appetite. And buzzing in the ears and bites on the skin will deter most people from the fun of dining outside, too. Here are some easy tips to make your next picnic experience bug-free.”
Cherry Liu presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps to Help You Navigate a New City posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, “With these ten apps installed on your iPhone, exploring a new city becomes a much more enriching and rewarding experience. No need to worry about getting lost – with these apps all of your navigation needs are at your fingertips.”
Arianna Lee presents Tips for Piecing Together Part-Time Caregivers to Meet Your Childcare Needs posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, “Often a family’s childcare needs don’t fit easily into one caregiver’s schedule, and parents have to figure out how to get the coverage they need by using a patchwork of childcare providers.”
Tim Hall presents What’s the Difference Between Sunscreen and Sunblock? posted at Summer Nanny Jobs, saying, “There are scads of products on the market that claim to block the sun’s harmful rays, but the labels and claims can be misleading. One source of confusion is the interchangeable use of the terms “sunscreen” and “sunblock.” In all actuality, these two products are quite different from one another.”
Shelby Martin presents Teaching Your Kids How to Save Money posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “In the interest of helping your children grow into financially independent adults that know how to spend money responsibly, it’s essential that you begin instilling these skills at a young age. These hints can help you build the foundation for money saving habits, helping to ensure that your kids gain the skills they need to see them into the future.”
Diego Brown presents How to Hide Electrical Wires from Computers, TVs and Small Appliances posted at National Nannies, saying, “There are a variety of reasons why you should hide wires, but not always a lot of obvious solutions to accomplish the task. These tips can help you keep wires and cords out of sight and, more importantly, out of your little ones’ reach.”
Jana presents 10 Tips for Problem Solving in Projects – Summit Solutions in Project Management posted at Summit Solutions in Project Management, saying, “It happens often in project management: unforeseen challenges and issues tend to arise. Here we have 10 Tips For Problem Solving In Projects (or Life for that matter).”
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