And away we go…

street-238458_1920

This post contains affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure here. This. This is why we started homeschooling. I’ve shared before – our family did not begin homeschooling for the same reasons many other families do (although we enjoy those benefits). When we made the decision to homeschool (which isn’t the same as making the decision … Read more

Achieve Your Dreams: Why You Don’t and How You Can

achieveyourdreamsbanner

I’m an avid reader of self-help books. It’s less that I’m concerned about improving myself than that I’m always so interested in how others approach becoming closer to what they want to be. I invite you to check out my OnlineBookClub review of Achieve Your Dreams: Why You Don’t and How You Can by Scott Hughes. … Read more

10 Step Plan to Promote Your Book – Online Marketing for Any Budget by Scott Hughes

banner410steps

Work at home moms: if you’ve ever thought about self-publishing, you need to check out Scott Hughes’ book 10 Step Plan to Promote Your Book. Hughes is a professional book promoter and in this volume, he gives you step-by-step directions to get the same achievements he does for authors who hire him. Hughes’ book is also available … Read more

Curation Suite – THE Solution for Content Curation, Hands Down.

social-1966010_1920

Copied text to clipboard: This is a sponsored post. Sometimes life is funny. I confess, when I first saw the opportunity to write about Curation Suite, I didn’t get it. I mean, I understood what the service does. I just didn’t understand why. Curation Suite is a service that (you guessed it) curates quality content from the web … Read more

Rethink Happy

rethink-banner

Rethink Happy: An Entrepreneur’s Journey Toward Finding Authentic Joy by Doug Kisgen is a self-help book of sorts, written in an easy to digest format of a simple fiction story. I used to pick up a lot of entrepreneur-targeted books, partly for my own interests, and partly to find titles that could be useful or … Read more

CoSchedule – I must might be in love.

cosched-banner

During the last part of every year, my mind is generally not on business. A while ago now, I had three babies in four years, all between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. They’re bigger now, but that’s still three birthdays on top of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s. And, for a while, we moved during that time of year, too. … Read more

Keeping things organized

organizer-791939_1280

Well. I remember in my third or fourth year of working, in my second job out of college, someone commented on how organized I was. At that moment, I was. But, I explained that I wasn’t actually an (naturally) organized person, and I really need to impose organization on myself, using all the tools and mechanisms they were seeing that prompted … Read more

Working.

home-1433077_640

…and homeschooling. First, I know people who work outside the home and homeschool, and things are working for them. Because of this, I know it can be done. But I don’t know how – I don’t do it myself, and this is my story, so I’m not going to address working outside the home.          … Read more

6 Simple Steps: Turn Your Spare Room Into A Home Office

Photo credit: Pixabay

Have you been browsing my articles about working from home and starting to feel a little jealous? You could do it too! Before you get started, however, you’ll need a dedicated office space. This is where your spare room might just come in handy. We can help you to transform that room in just six simple … Read more