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Freelancer Spotlight: Karen Marston from Untamed Writing

If you are interested in learning more about a freelancing career, today I conned Karen Marston​ into letting me interview her for Horkey HandBook​ today - don't worry it's a light and humorous read (but very valuable - check it out!). Karen is sharing all of her freelance tips on how to have a successful career and make money!

Make Money with Sharetribe: Start a Profitable Peer-to-Peer Marketplace

Work at Home Mom Revolution / Make Money with Sharetribe! Start a Profitable Peer-to-Peer Marketplace!

7 Myths About Being a General Transcriptionist

Transcription is challenging work, but you can train from home and work from anywhere you have access to a computer with an internet connection. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation about what it is like to work as a general transcriptionist.

How to Start a Blog

Last month I earned over $2,350 from blogging, while also being a stay-at-home Mom. If you are thinking of starting a blog of your own, but have no idea where to begin, read this guide for step-by-step details on how to start your own blog for only $12!

How to Have an Effective Collaboration (with Bonus Agreement)

How to Have an Effective Collaboration (with Bonus Agreement) by Devan Danielle — We've all heard the saying before: community over competition. Well today I'm changing it to collaboration over competition. Collaborations can be amazing for so many reasons, but they can also be scary, risky, and confusing. I'm sharing five tips with you to ensure you have an effective collaboration. Read on + get the free bonus Collab Agreement too!

Submit Resume

It's time to simplify your work from home job search. Post your resume and be seen by employers looking for remote workers, like you. It's free and simple.

You know what? I DO love proofreading, and I don't care who knows it! Proofreading isn't some nerdy quirk -- it's a powerful skill, and I'm proud of it. I'm a proud proofreader.