Word of the Year is a totally new concept to me. Sure, like a decade ago I would pretend to set a resolution knowing I wouldn’t stick to it. It seemed like the second I set a resolution or insisted on living up to a big goal was the same second I totally started panicking. Wayne Dyer once said this about quitting alcohol for 20 years, “If I’d have said to myself 20 years ago, ‘Wayne, you’re going to quit drinking for the next 20 years.’ I would have gone immediately and had a drink. Because it’s just. too. big.” –Man, I gotta start listening to that guy again.
Anywho, I haven’t set an actual resolution for myself in years. But this year, on New Years Eve I decided to pick a Word of the Year. The word I chose was “fear” and I want to share with you a little bit about why.
It is insane just how many people are able to work from home these days. In a recent survey, it was said that around 43% of people have been able to at least do some of their work from home! This is huge! Obviously technology has played a huge role in making the work from home job more and more of a reality for people. Working a corporate job that allows you to occasionally work from home is a huge perk, but what if you don’t feel like you fit into the corporate world? There are so many things that stand in the way of people finding a work from home job that they qualify for. What a lot of people don’t know is that there are many work from home jobs available with little to no experience and you’re probably not going to see them advertised online! So let’s talk about how you can create your own legitimate work from home job with little to no experience.
Are you a big shopper? One of the people who take advantage of in-store discounts and doubles down on coupons? When you walk through the store do your eyes only focus in on the sales and clearance tags? If this sounds like you, then chances are you may have a highly successful, money earning home business waiting for you. This is a job that I dream about because not only does it sound like fun, but it also stands to be highly profitable. Keep reading to learn how to turn your bargain shopping addiction into a profitable home business with Amazon FBA.
I am a sucker for a good, not Cinderella story. A story where a woman rises up kicks some booty and doesn’t wait for Prince Charming to slip her into a life of comfort. Women who are intelligent, strong and unwilling to settle. Thankfully, we have a world filled with women like this. As a stay at home mom of (oh my gosh) almost a decade, I have a strong desire to use my passions and talents to help my family have the best life possible. I don’t mean buying my kids all the coolest clothes. The kind of life I’m talking about is one of purpose, without financial stress. That’s why I’m talking today about 5 women whose simple side hustles helped retire their husbands. Not only that, they provided financial freedom for their families. Hint: they’re not all bloggers…I promise.
Have you ever wanted to work from home but just weren’t sure where to even begin? There are tons of posts out there with different work from home recommendations. I don’t know about you, but sometimes after reading posts like this, it’s disheartening to find that nothing really gets you excited. Working from home, living your passion and making money while being your own boss is all most people can ask for. If you are like most people and don’t want to work from home stuck behind a desk or answering customer service phone calls, maybe it’s time to quit your day job and start your own subscription box company! The popularity of subscription boxes are on the rise and you could be a part of it! Plus, it’s way easier than you might think. So how can you work from home by staring your own subscription box?
Chances are most of us have known our talents and our likes since we were kids. Personally I have known that I’m a “good” artist since I was 5. Winning coloring contests told me so. In high school I excelled in my interior design class, art, speech class, writing and poetry courses and basically all things artistic. Except drama. I was terrible at drama. I didn’t do well when people were watching but you put me in front of my bathroom mirror with a hair brush and I can sing you show tunes until the cows come home. (Don’t know where that super old reference came from?) Even though I knew all these things, I still didn’t have a whole lot of direction as to how to make it work in terms of a career. I’ve spent most of my life feeling aimless until one book opened my eyes like crazy. For the first time in forever I was able to see my talents and they were SO OBVIOUS. I knew these things about myself, but I didn’t know they were my strengths. When people ask, “What are your strengths?” Answers are generally something like: “I’m a people person.” “I’m a hard worker.” Well, one book flipped those boring answers on their behinds and got real. I want to share this awesome self help book with any aspiring entrepreneur or even just a person who has felt like they have spent too many years just wandering.