Guest blog from Amy Collett from http://bizwell.org/ You’ve tried everything: setting work hours, locking the door, even hanging a “Do not disturb” sign on your office door. Despite your best efforts, you can’t seem to find any peace and quiet while working from home. But there’s one work-from-home solution you haven’t thought of yet: Leaving … Continue reading Vacation Rentals Just Might Be the Answer to Working from Home During COVID-19
Guest blog from Julie Morris of http://www.juliemorris.org Looking for new work can be quite challenging, but in some ways, the pandemic has made job-hunting easier: with so many companies running their operations remotely, more jobs are available to those who need remote work. If you find remote work, it’s important to maintain strong time management skills … Continue reading Tips for Finding–and Keeping—a Remote Job
As I talked about in my last post, for my birthday in May I bought myself a present- a course to learn how to start a drop shipping business (see my post at https://thesidehustlejourney.com/2zmf). I had published a blog back in January talking about how I was thinking about drop shipping as a possible side … Continue reading Updates from 1/2 way through my dropping shipping course for my new side hustle.
I had a birthday last month and I bought myself a present- a course to learn how to start a drop shipping business. I had published a blog back in January talking about how I was thinking about drop shipping as a possible side hustle and I was looking into some courses (see my blog … Continue reading I’m diving into drop shipping as a side hustle
I launched my ebook on Amazon ~6 months ago called Everything I learned about sales I learned from my dog (click here to see the book: https://thesidehustlejourney.com/in7d). It was the start of my journey to see if I could actually write and publish an ebook. After getting positive feedback from friends and family, I decided … Continue reading Continuing the journey of trying to get my ebook published– including consultation with Skeeter Buck of Night River Press and Inkstacks