Be Stuffed into a Train Like Sardines….Or Work From Home?

February 3rd, 2014

Stuffed into a train like sardinesI have had the blessing of being able to work from home for quite some time now, and I have to be honest with you, sometimes it’s not the easiest thing to do. For one, I love to do anything and everything else besides work. Plus, I have four kids below the age of thirteen, with one of those children being under two. He’s my “mini-me” and wants to hang out, so it gets tough trying to focus.

I actually wrote a blog post a while back giving tips on working from home with a toddler. Check it out and give me some feedback.

Read the rest of this entry »

What Does Dave Do? Work from Home as a Webmaster.

September 17th, 2013

WebmasterHere it is! The second addition to my video series, “What does Dave do?” In this video, I cover one of the many ways I generate income online as a work from home Dad.

Is this method one of my favorite ones? Probably not. But it brings in the bacon, and, in the process, allows me to help other people. There’s nothing worse than needing to update your website, and not knowing a thing about updating websites.

I remember when I first attempted editing my website. It was an extremely frustrating experience, but I wanted to learn. The person who designed my site wasn’t willing to make any more edits to the site for me, so I had no choice.

Read the rest of this entry »

Non-Network Marketing Home Business Work From Home Ideas

March 12th, 2013

work from homeIn all my vast experience as an entrepreneur, I definitely have not “done it all.” There are still a plethora of ideas stored inside a secret folder in my head which, one day, I’ll explore. But as of right now, a common phrase keeps coming to mind, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!” Meaning, the home business I’m in is working, and working well….why change it.

And for that reason, I haven’t branched out a whole lot to other ventures. I try not to be too A.D.D. when it comes to business, because what I’ve noticed, is the more I try to do, the less I really get accomplished. So, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

However, for those of you who still want to work from home, yet have no desire to build a team, or anything similar, there are other ways, through the internet, to make a buck or two.

Read the rest of this entry »

Tips for working from home with a toddler!

February 15th, 2013

toddler in a cardboard boxThere’s nothing better than working from home. You can set your own work schedule and pretty much do whatever you please, as long as it doesn’t effect your productivity. You don’t have to worry about cubicles, bosses, supervisors, annoying co-workers or anything else that comes with a regular job.

If you’re working a home based business, you’ve got your computer on your lap or desk, your feet are kicked up on an ottoman, your cell phone is right next to you and your income potential is unlimited.

Everything is as it should be. Life as a work from home entrepreneur couldn’t be better!

And then, from out of no where, comes your toddler. He spots you from the other side of the room. You try not to make eye contact but you just can’t help yourself….he’s so stinkin’ cute!

Read the rest of this entry »

Hurricane Sandy – Some Positive Financial Aftermath

October 30th, 2012

Hurricane Sandy Positive AftermathNormally I’m a weather nut, meaning, I love to be caught in a bad down pour or crazy snow storm. Well, I shouldn’t use the word “caught,” I guess. I love to go out in them, as long as I know I can make it home safe and sound. Even if that means having to ram my SUV into a bank of snow just to get into my driveway! I know, give a man four wheel drive and he thinks he can do anything, right?

With that said, getting caught in a hurricane, such as hurricane Sandy, is another story.

Read the rest of this entry »

Could you use an extra $750 per month?

October 12th, 2012

When the average monthly income in the United States is right around the $3,000 range, supporting a family and paying the bills usually drains every last penny from the bank account. Extra money, leisure money, on the average American income is far and few between.

So I ask, could you use an extra $750 per month?

What could you use an extra $750 per month for?

Let’s make a quick list of a few things you could use that money for.

Read the rest of this entry »

Next Page »