Previously, I worked as the volunteer coordinator for Habitat for Humanity, and it was a transformative experience for me. At Habitat for Humanity, I screened and hired 20 new volunteers to work on building projects, sharpening my eye for good hires and furthering my interpersonal communication skills. Not only did I maintain detailed records on all the people who volunteered there during my tenure, but I also actively sought to address their concerns about the nature of their work and relationships with their peers.
Usually in places like your Facebook sidebar or in pop-up ads on popular sites. Deceptive text shouting promises like: He has been employed as a flight instructor you know — the guy teaching the future pilots of your commercial flights in airlines around the world how to fly… but it pays abysmally.
Things are better now. Still tight… but waaaaay better. I know from experience that somehow, in some way — things get better. As we emerge into a new season and phase of life, I have been pondering the way that every dollar counts.
I know that there are so many in that boat today. So many of you, dear readers. So many parents sacrifice a lot of financial security in order to stay at home with their kids.
So many of you wish that there was something that you could do on the side — in the cracks and corners of your days and evenings and weekends that would earn enough extra money to give a little room to breathe.
Something flexible, home-based, and dare we wish it? I have tried a number of different income-earning ventures over the years: Ad manager for a large blog in charge of procuring and implementing advertising revenue for the site Digital graphic design not my niche, but I can make nice-looking, simple images VA work virtual assisting — like an administrative assistant, but working remotely Blogging this site!
My skills are basic, but decent enough to get some nice shots. I recently asked my Facebook followers if any of them had any money-making side ventures, and the response was amazing. So many responded with an incredibly diverse array of ideas that I knew I just had to share them here. There are so many possibilities!
These ideas obviously take dedication, perseverance, and hard work. Some of these ideas need certain qualifications — but many need none.
Purely Essential Running an online fitness studio like Fit2B!The Start of my Stay at Home Mom Divorce. So, there I was, going through life without a care in the world.
To my knowledge, everything was going fine. Planning to reenter the workforce after staying home with your kids?
The first step is so update your resume. If you need to update your resume to go from stay-at-home mom to working girl but don. Stay at Home Mom Needs Resume Tips for Returning to Work: I understand your problem I'm trying to get back into the work force myself and my problem is how to write the lost time in my resume for a stay at home mom so for I'm at a loss for the job description and title to put (tutoring/teaching) after being a stay at home mom for .
Quit Your Job, Stay Home And Save More Money!
From: Michelle. I just wanted to give a response on the budgeting article. I realize that sometimes recording every receipt is a pain, but I found out some interesting things when I actually did it.
I’ve had this thought in my head for a while now. I’ve been thinking that I can’t afford for my wife to be a Stay-At-Home Mom. Now, I don’t at all mean to offend anyone with this post. Going back to work after taking time off to stay at home with your kids can be a daunting experience.
One of the most challenging tasks is updating your resume, as you probably feel like you are.