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Where to Find Christian Work at Home Jobs

Where to Find Christian Work at Home JobsBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Every week I receive tons of emails from women who are looking for legitimate jobs they can do from home. When I ask them about their passions, skills, and prior experience, a large percentage of these women mention their Christian faith. Because faith and religion play such an important role in the lives of so many, it only seems fitting to explore the companies and opportunities for faith-based jobs.

So if you’re looking to incorporate your faith into your career search — here are 5 places to get you started.

Christian Work at Home Companies: 

My initial goal when I was writing this post was to find Christian companies that hire remote workers on a regular basis. But in my intensive research, I was only able to find a few companies.

Concordia is a non-profit institution that was established by the Lutheran Church. Currently they hire adjunct faculty to teach college courses online.

eaHelp is a legit work at home company that hires Executive Virtual Assistants and Social Media Assistants. Their mission is to “Glorify God by sourcing people and services that ignite a leader’s possibilities and results.” (more…)

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Why You Should Dress Up – Even When You Work From Home

Why You Should Dress Up - Even When You Work From HomeBy Holly Reisem Hanna

Back in the day when I worked in an office setting, I had to wear business casual outfits. Unfortunately, this meant a lot of tailored pants, button down shirts, blazers, and heels. And while I felt like I looked somewhat fashionable, it wasn’t always comfortable or what I preferred to wear. Did I mention, that I spent a TON of money on dry cleaning and clothing … and the clothes I bought for work, I didn’t even want to wear on the weekends.

Wearing what you want, when you want, it’s just one of the many perks of working from home. But just because you can wear pjs or yoga pants everyday — doesn’t mean you should. In fact, it’s been documented over and over again, the better you look, the better you feel, the better you perform.

Your appearance plays a huge role in your productivity and how much you earn — yes, you read that right. In fact, in Lois P. Frankel’s book, Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office: 101 Unconscious Mistakes Women Make That Sabotage Their Careers, she says, “About 55% of your credibility comes from how you look.” Not only that, dressing up improves your mood, it makes a good first impression, and it gives you a confidence boost.

So what should you wear when you work from home?

Something I like to call, functional fashion. Clothes are are versatile, comfortable, and you LOVE to wear them. One brand that has perfected this style is cabi. Cabi pieces can be easily dressed up for a client meeting or conference, or toned down for a busy day at your home office. (more…)

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How to Run a Home Staging Business – Interview with Debra Gould

How to Run a Home Staging Business - Interview with Debra GouldTell us a little bit about yourself and your entrepreneurial journey.

I am an internationally recognized home staging expert, president of the Voice of Possibility Group, and the creator of the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program. An entrepreneur since 1989 and author of several guides, I have staged millions of dollars worth of real estate through my company, Six Elements.

After appearing on HGTV and in major newspapers and decorating magazines across the US and Canada, I started getting emails from hundreds of women who had taken home staging courses and hadn’t figured out how to make a living.

That’s when I realized, no one else was teaching the business of home staging and the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program was born in 2005. I’m proud that I’ve now trained over 10,000 creative women in 23 countries on how to earn a living from their own talents. I give them a comprehensive business model and template to follow, so they can save time and start earning money from home staging and redesign faster and with less effort.

I have lived in 4 different cities, raised a child on my own, and supported myself from a home office during all that time. My latest hobby is Stand Up Comedy and I’ve performed for crowds as large as 350 people. (more…)

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10 Life Hacks to Maximize Your Lunch Break

10 Life Hacks to Maximize Your Lunch BreakBy Sarah Landrum

It’s easy to take lunch breaks for granted. After all, they’re nothing more than an opportunity to curb those midday hunger pangs, right? But, as it turns out, there’s more to lunch breaks than that.

If used right, lunch breaks can boost your productivity, too. It’s not just because they fill your stomach or give you a breather from work. When you take a lunch break, you have the opportunity to do one or more of the following.

1. Rest Your Eyes

You’ve already been staring at your computer for hours. The last thing you want is to stare at it some more and experience computer vision syndrome (CVS). Even if CVS doesn’t damage your eyes, it still causes enough discomfort to get in the way of your work.

So don’t forget to give your eyes some TLC. Follow the 20-20-20 rule: Every 20 minutes, look at an object 20 feet away for 20 seconds. Make sure to blink your eyes regularly, so they’ll be moistened and refreshed. This way you can get back to business A.S.A.P., without getting distracted by tired eyes.       (more…)

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Is Network Marketing a Legit Work From Home Opportunity?

Is Network Marketing a Legit Work From Home Opportunity?By Bethany Ivie

What it looks like to be a working mom is changing drastically. Increasingly, women have more opportunities than ever to support their families from home. There are tons of opportunities out there. Starting your own business, freelancing, monetizing a blog and (dun-dun-dun) NETWORK MARKETING; also know as direct sales or multi-level marketing. For some reason, while women are making leaps and bounds in the business world, this particular sector maintains a stigma among us.

We all know hundreds of people who are currently working it or have tried it in the past. So, why are we so skeptical? Why is there a shadow cast over each Facebook invite or Instagram post? Why do we continually doubt those who claim to have success in this industry?

Why? Because people are not adequately informed.

In his book, Go Pro, Eric Worre explores this skepticism, and more importantly, the idea that our economic landscape is changing. In the near future, we will begin to see more and more industries exploring performance-based pay. To keep up in a super competitive market, people are going to have to learn a new skill set. Those in network marketing will lead the way.

With five years of experience, I have learned the basics to building a successful network marketing business. It is a very viable option for those who are looking for a flexible job with unlimited income. It is a great opportunity for someone who wants to be their own boss. (more…)

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