You Are Browsing ‘Career’ Category

After getting married and settling down, many women get restricted to doing household chores and aren’t really independent with their own incomes and stable career. The career takes a backseat while their responsibilities related to house and families take first priority. In such cases, women often feel a loss of identity and confidence. It is very important for all women to be independent irrespective of whether they are single, committed or married. Being financially independent brings a whole lot of self-confidence and boosts their...

Several years ago, I actually helped a friend who had a side job stuffing envelopes. It wasn’t a lot of money – but all we had to do was write people’s names and addresses (hundreds of addresses!) on envelopes, stuff them, and then give them back to her friend who mailed them out. This was a very small scale side business for what appeared to be local real estate or insurance companies. The legible, pretty handwriting on the envelopes was probably meant to make it look like personal mail instead of “junk mail” that would...

Ok, so here’s the deal. You’ve found some good potential niche markets that are popular in our how to find a profitable niche to make money online from. Now you need to check to see if you can make money in those niches. That is, will people coming to your website if you rank on the front page of google for that term make you money in some way. In other words, we need to determine the searchers’ commercial intent. There are a couple things we can look at, once we pick out some niches, to tell if there’s some commercial...

Previously in my ‘I Will Show You How to Make Money Online‘ post, I promised to show those (likely few) interested in how to go about making some cash online. This is my first ‘official’ post of my ‘Making Passive Income Online’ series. Ok. Let’s assume a couple things here: *Your a single mom. *You have a limited income. *You have ambition for better things. *You have (some) spare time. *Due to budget and / or time, going back to school is out of the question. *Your’re stuck with a low-paying...

As the administrator of SingleMoms.org, I’ve thought long and hard about HOW to help the many single moms who frequent this site, looking for help. Most of our readers seem to be moms in desperate need of help — usually financial in nature. The problem is that there is really not very much direct assistance out there for single moms living in the United States. If you live somewhere like Canada or Europe where there are some strong social programs, there IS a substantial amount of government assistance available. But in the...

Good parenting isn’t just about making sure that your children get to bed on time, eat their vegetables, and brush their teeth every day. That’s all part of keeping your kids healthy, and that’s important, but there’s more to good family health than that. You’ve got to keep your own health in mind, both physical and emotional. You need to find ways to do more in less time – as a single mother, time is one thing you can never have too much of! Read these twenty tips to find out the best ways to have a...

“There are three things that matter in property: location, location, location.” That’s a well-known quote that many real estate agents use, because it really shows what’s most important to their clients when it comes to renting or buying a home. We could use that same quote to describe the three things that matter in finding a job as a single mother: flexibility, flexibility, flexibility. You’ve got to be able to fit your job around your family life, and adjust your family schedule to cope with what you’re...

Have you ever wished you were being paid for all of the time you spend doing your job as a single mom? After all, you’ve got a lot of marketable skills that you use every day. You’re an expert at taking care of children, making sure they stay healthy and happy, helping them keep up with their school work, and teaching them about responsibility, discipline, and getting along with other people. All of these skills can help you on the job, too. For example, if you’re used to settling arguments between two of your children,...

Our other articles have discussed freelance article writing, but this time we tackle a different sort of freelancing — typing! When typewriters first started to be widely used in offices around the United States, there was a big push to get people trained to learn to type, so that office workers could use these new machines to produce professional-looking correspondence and other documents. While at first both men and women were trained in typing skills, “secretarial work” gradually became viewed as a woman’s job....

This article is part of our free Freelancing to Financial Freedom series which teaches moms to make a part time income on the side through FREELANCING. With nearly every form of communication and commerce, there’s someone behind the scenes doing the writing. As the economy expands and more people are getting into the marketplace, that means more need for good writers to come up with advertising slogans, publicity announcements, press releases, and more. Additionally, there are always jobs for writers in the field of publishing,...

‹ Navigate ›