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Work-at-Home Jobs for Disney Lovers

Work-at-Home Jobs for Disney LoversBy Holly Reisem Hanna

If you’re a Disney fanatic, you’re going to LOVE today’s work-at-home job leads and at-home business opportunities!

Let’s jump right in.

Disney Work-at-Home Job Leads.

Guest Services Representative

The Disney Store retail chain periodically hires remote, Guest Service Reps in Florida, South Carolina, Texas, Kentucky, Nevada, Illinois, and Mississippi. In this role, you’ll provide customer service assistance to DisneyStore guests.

Remote Communications and Social Media Rep

In this role, you’ll be working in collaboration with Disney’s recruitment team to share what it’s like to work at Disney by showcasing their culture, work environment, and career opportunities on their social media channels and blogs. Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Public Relations, Journalism, or English and at least three years of experience.

Honestly, finding a work-at-home job on Disney’s job board is a little tricky. When you type in keywords: work from home or remote, all too often, it pulls up listings that are irrelevant. A better place to search is FlexJobs. Not only do they have a whole Disney category, but they’re also clearly marked as part-time, freelance, temporary, seasonal, or telecommuting — which makes your search so much easier! (more…)

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Can You Really Make Money From Home by Blogging?

Can You Really Make Money From Home by Blogging?By Holly Reisem Hanna

My first experience with a blog was back in 2005. A friend of mine told me that I needed to check out this celebrity gossip blog called, Pink is the New Blog. After reading a few posts, I was hooked. Not only did I enjoy the daily gossip, but I loved the casual and personal nature of his writing. Reading this blog became my morning ritual and it soon got me thinking:

  • Is this his full-time job?
  • How is he making money from his blog?
  • How did land big time TV interviews?

Fast forward to 2007.

After the birth of my daughter, I quit my full-time job as an RN Clinical Research Coordinator and became a full-time stay at home mom. But after nine months of play-dates, mommy and me classes, and a dwindling bank account, I felt the urge to make some money and exercise my brain. I looked online for different work at home jobs, but the majority of my time was spent weeding through scams and sifting through websites to find all of the information that I was looking for. It was at this time that I decided to create my own a monetized blog.

Fast forward to 2009.

After 15 months of doing research, creating content, and having a designer create a custom theme for me — I was finally able to launch in March of 2009. It took me almost three months to get my first advertiser and from there it has continued to grow, and is now my full-time career. While I’m unable to disclose how much I earn, I can tell you how I’m making money blogging and that yes indeed, you can make REAL money blogging! (more…)

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10 Reasons Introverts Work Best at Home

10 Reasons Introverts Work Best at Home

By Emily Belcher

Introverts work best at home, far away from people. It’s not that introverts necessarily hate people. In fact, there are a lot of reasons introverts work best at home that have nothing to do with other people.

1. Comfort

Comfort is key to finding satisfaction throughout your career. You will do your best when you are comfortable in your own skin, which isn’t likely to happen if you’re not comfortable with your environment.

The most important reason an introvert works best at home is that they are comfortable in that environment. You will get the best results from someone who is comfortable, rather than someone who is anxious or stressed.

Some people work well under pressure, while a quiet introvert may succumb to a stressful environment.

2. Dependable

If it’s one thing introverts don’t like, it’s confrontation. Even if it’s via email from your boss, confrontation of any kind is an automatic anxiety-provoking trigger, which introverts strive to avoid at all costs. This fear is what makes them so dependable. (more…)

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Buying an Established Blog: Lisa’s Story of Purchasing the FreelanceMom.com

Buying an Established Blog: Lisa's Story of Purchasing the FreelanceMom.comHave you ever wondered if it’s easier and more profitable to buy an existing blog? Or is it better to start a blog from scratch? Today Lisa Stein, the second owner of the FreelanceMom.com shares all of the ins and outs of buying an established website.

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your entrepreneurial journey

I am excited to meet all of you here at The Work at Home Woman. I live in Dallas, Texas with my two amazing daughters, Gabby and Elle, and my husband Roger.

Before I had children, I worked at Big Blue (IBM) for many years in sales and then moved into what they called their learning department where I trained and mentored new employees and managers and developed leadership and mentoring programs.

Then in 2010 everything changed …

We had our first child!

After my first daughter was born, I started to teach an ‘Introduction to Business’ course at a local college in Dallas to keep me sane while I was staying at home with Gabby.

But it occurred to me one day that here I was teaching a course about business, but my only first-hand experience with business was working in Corporate America. I felt like I was doing my students a bit of a disservice by not being able to offer real-world entrepreneurial examples. I noticed my students were not only interested in learning about big businesses, but also wanted to know more about how to become an entrepreneur and how to start their own company versus working for someone else. (more…)

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How to Earn $75/Hour Working From Home as a Baby Planner

How to Earn $75/Hour Working From Home as a Baby Planner

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your entrepreneurial journey.

Entrepreneur is in my blood, so my journey started in the womb. I am the daughter of super creative “parent-preneurs”. My parents chose to build (multiple) businesses to live a life of freedom. My view on “work” was completely crafted from our family entrepreneur adventures. We lived a life of traveling, exploring, hiking, and playing. My parents were known to take off “work” and pull us from school to go surfing. I grew up in California and Hawaii and lived a 10 year old’s dream. I always knew I wanted to create the same work freedom with my children and have built my personal business model for this purpose.

Flash forward: I have the best job ever! I’ve been business consulting since the late 1990s but found my passion in coaching female entrepreneur startups in the mid-2000s. I’ve been honored to work with amazing, brave “mompreneurs” and have served more than 4,000 women through my Online Programs, Business Accelerator, or Private One-on-One Coaching services.

I’ve worked with fitness coaches, marketing coaches, life coaches, Doulas, parent coaches, and other moms who are serious about launching a business (versus a hobby), for profit. I am also an author, activist, non-profit founder, mom of three boys, and wife to an adventurous entrepreneur. Yes, that first year when my husband started working from home has given me enough ammo to write a comedy I’m sure you all would appreciate it! He did (thankfully) survive invading my home office space, and we now consult on some specialty business projects together. I love it! (more…)

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