“If you don’t find business plans sexy, it’s probably because you’re doing it wrong,” says small business strategist and blogger, Sagan Morrow. Sagan uses her decade of experience in communications and social media management to ease the fears of new solopreneurs by helping them recognize and ... Read More about How to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed by Your Online Business
I always tell my readers that skills + action pay off. Rosemarie Groner is a great example of that! After working as state troopers with crazy schedules and shift work, she and her husband decided it was time to figure out how she could stay home with their son. They trimmed $23,000 a year off ... Read More about From $52k a Year to $52k a MONTH: Rosemarie’s Story
One of the most significant obstacles for people wanting to work at home is getting their partner on board. Perhaps they’ve tried such-and-such before and it failed or they didn’t like it -- and their partner has seen all of this firsthand. We know that our spouses/partners, family members, and ... Read More about 4 Ways to Get Your Partner on Board with Working from Home
Having the support of your family is so important to your work-at-home journey and business, yet many people will go at it alone. Just imagine what you could accomplish if you had your entire family on board to support you and actually discuss the path of your business. That’s ... Read More about The Work-at-Home Family: How to Thrive & Keep It Real
A lot of people worry that it’s super expensive to set up a business. They think they won’t be able to afford it, so they completely write it off. What they often don't realize is they might already have the basic tools needed to work from home. The good news is if you work from home, it can be ... Read More about What Tools Do I Need to Work from Home?