In the face of the pandemic, Korryn Haines found herself at home with two kids to homeschool, her husband who needed at-home workspace, and her own business to run. Choosing to be flexible with changes, she cut down her workload and changed her hours, while still finding a way to keep her income the ... Read More about 58: What do you do when your working conditions change? Be flexible!
Languages have always been my jam. I studied German in college and even lived there, attending classes and proofreading other students’ work on the side. And I picked up some Spanish when I lived in South America for a whole year. I adore being able to converse with people in their own language. ... Read More about How to Become a Translator: Expert Interview with Jennifer Thomé
When life keeps flying by, we often have a choice to make -- stay where we are at or continue to grow with it. Kaitlyn Kuhl has seen many life changes since her last interview on Work-At-Home Heroes, including a growing family, moving to a new country, and pursuing new dreams. Anxiety about the ... Read More about 57: Does anxiety hold you back? Online teacher has found a way to keep moving forward
Working from home when you have young kids is challenging at the best of times, but when you throw in emergency restrictions like schools closing, things can get out of hand. Now that things are settling down (a bit!), some of you may be gearing up for sending your kids back to school, but ... Read More about 33 Ways to Keep Kids Busy While You Work from Home
Setting boundaries within his new work-at-home life was not something Aiden McFarland ever dreamed he’d have to worry about. Discovering he had become his own worst boss, he slimmed down his client base, started to focus on only the work he truly loves, and is now living the life he actually ... Read More about 56: Freelance VA has learned how to build the life he wants — without the burnout