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Work at Home While You Homeschool: 5 Legitimate Work at Home Jobs!

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Work at Home While You Homeschool:
5 Legitimate Work at Home Jobs!

You see those spammy ads about working at home all the time, I’m sure. The ones that promise work at home jobs – easy work for big money. So you wonder, are there truly companies out there that will hire you to work at home?

I am here to tell you that there are!

Are you ready?

Here are five companies that you can apply to today for work at home jobs:

– The Chat Shop (customer support): http://www.thechatshop.com/jobs/live-chat-agent

– TranscribeMe! (transcription): http://transcribeme.com/transcription-jobs

– Leapforce (Search Engine Evaluation): https://www.leapforceathome.com/qrp/public/home

– Wonder (research): https://askwonder.com/researcher

– Proofreading Services (proofreading): https://www.proofreadingservices.com/pages/careers

These five websites are included in the book, How to Find Real Work From Home Jobs by Anna Thurman. In this book, Anna lists *145* more companies who hire remote workers. Plus tons of detailed tips on how to search for jobs, how to avoid scams, and answers to all of your burning questions. Wow!

But that’s not even all of it …

This book is part of the Ultimate Work at Home Bundle. For only $47 US, you also get 49 other resources!

If you’re looking for a work at home job … if you need to identify your marketable skills … if you need to learn how to fit your work in between your other responsibilities at home … if you want to be more productive … if you want to avoid scams and opportunities that are really just a waste of your time …

You will LOVE this bundle.

It even includes a training course worth $250 to help you become a Virtual Assistant (VA), which is something I do from home, myself.

Pick it up here before the sale ends on Monday:

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Love, Luck &
Laughter,

Kimberly

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P.S. Don’t forget the 30-day happiness guarantee! You’ve got nothing to lose. Get yours here!

Please note: This post contains affiliate links. If you click through and buy, I get a few pennies to keep up Homeschooling in Nova Scotia. Thanks for your support!

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Speaking of Working Moms…Free Online Retreat Jan 20-22

What timing!  I no sooner post about being a WAHM and homeschooling, and in my inbox drops a free invitation to Working Moms 911 Telesummit Retreat!

We all need a dose of encouragement and refreshment!  So, I invite you to attend with me JANUARY 20-22. You can listen right from your computer.  We will listen to Susan’s conversations with 9 experts, and in the last session Susan shares “Hope for the Journey”.

Register now at:  http://workingmoms911.com/telesummit

You will discover how to:
– Save a ton of money with Super Couponing
– Stop screaming at your kids
– How to apply Biblical principles to your work and business life
– Restore calm in your family
– Help your teens start their own business
– Overcome emotional eating
– Reclaim your households through Kamikaze Cleaning
– Use SMARTcut® systems to simplify your life

Love, Luck &
Laughter,


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On Homeschooling and Being a WAHM

In addition to caring for my children, ferrying them around to various activities, household chores, homeschooling, reviewing for the TOS Crew and volunteering, I am also a Work-at-home Mom.� Many potential homeschoolers wonder if homeschooling is compatible with working – whether inside or outside the home – and I am here to tell you that many of us do both.� It’s not always easy juggling everything, but it is possible 🙂

I have been a WAHM since my children were born, often juggling more than one at-home job.� I� have been teaching music lessons in my home since the beginning, and at one point was a Tupperware consultant as well.� At present, I teach music in my home studio (the Music For Young Children program and private lessons), am an Educational Specialist for Usborne Books, and sell my own handspun yarn as well.� So for me, being a WAHM and homeschooling was a gradual process.

Yes, sometimes the housework does suffer, LOL, and I’m constantly battling clutter!� But in general, how do I get it all done?� With the help of my family.� My children have daily chores.� They also help me weekly with our FlyLady Home Blessing – we put all the things to be done on papers and pull them out of a jar, then go our separate ways and complete the job with the timer going for 10 minutes.� My 7 year old actually gets excited on Friday mornings when it’s time to do our weekly Home Blessing :)� My hubby also pitches in whenever he can and I really appreciate that.� He is also very supportive of me and my business pursuits, which is vitally important!

Something else that helps immensely is Sue Patrick’s Workbox System.� We have been using the Workbox System for about two years now.� It helps organize our homeschool work, encourages the children to do a lot independently and together (leaving more time for Mom to do work of any kind), and they get more done in less time.

One last tool that I find handy is my iPod Touch.� It’s not only a great tool for teaching, both music and homeschool, but it helps me organize almost everything.� I have an app for business contacts (ISAcontact), a grocery shopping app (ShopListFree), a gift list app (GiftBox), an app for my FlyLady and to-do lists (Tasks), among others.� I also like using the Calendar, which I can set to give me an alarm before an appointment or deadline.� Lastly, I like that wherever I go, I have the “Notes” which I can type notes on instead of writing on many little pieces of paper or post-it-notes!

I enjoy all my work.� I am so blessed that my family is such a big help.� My children enjoy giving suggestions for my music lessons, since they are also my students, and they love helping me with my small businesses, which in turn teaches them about running a business.

Love, Luck &
Laughter,