The Best Work-at-Home Boards to Follow on Pinterest
By Holly Reisem Hanna
You may think Pinterest is all about crafts, recipes, and fashion. But guess what? Pinterest is also an awesome platform for finding jobs, furthering your career, and starting a business!
So where do you find these gems?
Here are 20 of my favorite pinners who offer great content on how to work from home, make more money, and launch the career of your dreams. Boards and pinners are listed in random order by category — enjoy!
Anna Thurman shows you Real Ways to Earn Online with honest company reviews and huge lists of categorized work-at-home job leads. If you have a unique situation where you need to work at night or receive checks weekly, Anna’s written about it.
Check out her pin, Work at Home Jobs That Pay Weekly or More Often — it’s been pinned over 1,400 times!
Lisa Mills, the publisher of Work at Home Mom Revolution offers up daily job leads and business ideas. If you’re looking for legit telecommuting leads or information on becoming a general transcriptionist, which she’s been doing for over eight years, follow Lisa.
Be sure to check out her popular pin, 6 Companies Hiring Court Researchers.
Miranda Grimm has been sharing her Work at Home Adventures since 2010. Having worked as a remote customer service agent, Miranda knows the ins and outs of working a telecommuting position. Check out her Pinterest boards for job leads, ways to make extra money, as well as essential work-at-home wisdom.
Make sure to pin 10 Work at Home Job Ideas for Moms — it’s been pinned over 450 times!
Ashlee Anderson is serving up the happy with rainbow-colored pins that focus on remote job leads, business ideas, and more. Make sure to add Work From Home Happiness to add some career cheer to your day.
And check out, Make Money in Your Free Time — it’s been pinned over 2,800 times!
Holly Reisem Hanna is well, me, The Work at Home Woman. I know an entirely shameless plug, but if you’re looking for work-at-home ideas, flexible career solutions, and ways to make an extra buck — I’m your gal.
And be sure to pin, 6 Home Businesses You Can Start With No Money — it’s been pinned over 62,000 times!
Leslie Truex is a Work at Home Success. She’s been providing free job leads, home business tips, and scam alerts since 1998 and she’s still going strong today.
Check out her hot pin, 192 Places That Will Pay You to Work From Home.
Cori Ramos is the sweet mama behind, Not Now Mom’s Busy. Pinning information on blogging, freelancing, working from home, and social media — you won’t want to miss her pins.
Grab her pin, The Top 4 Ways to Make Money From Home.
Lisa Jordie is the digital nomad behind The Drifting Desk where she shares a wealth of information on escaping the 9 to 5 grind, working from home, and working on the go.
Make sure to check out her pin, 67 Companies That Let Your Work From Anywhere — it’s been pinned over 10,000 times!
Kelly Land has been a Money Making Mommy since 2002 and sharing her experience online since 1999! Each week she offers up job leads, business ideas, and ways to earn extra cash. Take it from Kelly; she’s been there and done it.
And check out her popular pin, Neiman Marcus Work From Home Program.
Angie Nelson is the woman behind, The Work at Home Wife. Having worked as a virtual assistant, Angie shares information on how to be a blogger’s VA, ways to find work-at-home jobs, as well as blogging information.
Check out her pin, Best Businesses to Start in a Small Town — it’s been pinned over 9,900 times!
Michelle Schroeder-Garder is the personal finance blogger behind, Making Sense of Cents. Sharing money-saving tips and ways to earn cash, Michelle also shares her own personal success in her monthly blogging income reports. In fact, in February of 2016, she made over $49,000!
Grab her pin, How to Frugally Start a Blog on Your Own — it’s been pinned over 34,000 times!
Addi Ganley is the brains behind Frugal Fanatic. Addi shares budgeting, saving, and making money wisdom so you can gain control of your finances.
Pinned over 20,000 times, make sure to grab 5 Legit Side Jobs to Make Money.
Sarah Titus went from homeless to making six-figures a year, and she shares it all on her self-titled blog.
With articles like, How to Live on $700 a month (pinned over 29,000 times) — be sure to follow her pins for some awesome money making and saving advice.
Alexa Mason chronicles her journey of being a single mom who’s trying to make it big. Now remarried, Alexa shares money management tips, business ideas, and ways to earn extra money.
Pinned over 25,000 times, check out 10 Awesome Business Ideas for Women.
Regina Anaejionu shares eye-catching pins that offer fabulous information for bloggers and infopreneurs.
Make sure to check out, 10 Non-icky Ways to Make Money Blogging — it’s been pinned over 22,000 times!
Lauren Hooker is the graphic designer, business strategist, and blogger behind Elle & Co.
Be sure to check out her post, 4 Secrets to Exponential Blog Growth — you won’t be disappointed.
Allison Ruiz is the creative entrepreneur behind, Wonderlass. Sharing bright, bold, colorful pins about business, blogging, and photography — her pins are true candy for the eye!
If you’re a blogger be sure to grab her popular pin, How I Grew My Blog Traffic over 800% in 4 Months (& You Can Too!)
My Domaine is a woman’s lifestyle blog, but I find myself constantly pinning their career content.
If fact, make sure you check out their pin, 9 Essential Tips For Working From Home.
Lauren McGoodwin is the millennial behind Career Contessa. Known for her Tiffany blue pins, Lauren shares honest advice about work and life so that you can attain your goals.
Be sure to pin, How to Write a Career Mantra.
Caroline Ghosn is the Stanford grad behind LEVO. If you’ve ever searched on Pinterest for any career information — there’s no doubt that you’ve come across LEVO’s pins. Over 91,000 individuals follow LEVO and you should too!
If you’re looking to launch a side hustle, be sure to pin: 5 Easy Steps to Launch Your Side Hustle.
I hope these boards help you on your journey to finding your dream career! Do you pin work-at-home, career, business, or personal finance information? Please share your Pinterest account in the comments below so we can connect.