Sunday, September 20, 2020

So, what can I do to make money from home?

People are always asking me what they can do to make money from home. Many people are now telecommuting to their workplace via the internet and attending company meetings through Zoom. But, a job is still a job, right? I mean, what can you really do from home to earn back some of your personal time? Trading time for dollars isn't a way to wealth, and it takes away from your personal time with your family. Think about it. You can only earn so much, as there are only so many hours in the day and we all have to sleep! 

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Work From Home Jobs


As you've probably noticed during the stay at home order during this pandemic, there are some jobs that you can work from home. Others are deemed "essential," and they go on working their normal schedule with a change in procedures to include social distancing and enhanced cleaning, etc.

But the big question bugging people who aren't working right now is what can they do to work from home. Let's take a look at some work at home jobs and what YOU can do to be able to earn an income from your living room or home office.

Monday, May 4, 2020

Back in the game with crypto!



I've decided to get back into the trading game with cryptocurrencies. Find out why I've decided to do this and what my plans are for trading long-term.

Thursday, April 23, 2020

How to Work From Home With Kids

It dawned on me today that many people are struggling with the new-to-them concept of how to work from home with kids. Since I have over 12 years of experience doing just that, I thought I would take a few minutes out of my day to share some things that have helped me over the years.

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Everybody's Working For ... ?



The song goes, "everybody's working for the weekend," and while that is certainly true for most people, many my age (and younger) have begun to focus on something a little more goal-oriented. No, I'm not talking about creating a secondary income or working from home today. I'm talking about retirement. Building that ever-elusive nest egg so that when the time comes to retire we don't have to take a job as a door greeter at a big box chain store.