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Dakomoda – Sell High End Kids Clothing From Home

Dakomoda - Sell High End Kids Clothing From HomeBy Holly Reisem Hanna

I adore fashion! And being a mom allows me to indulge in that passion on a whole new level. That’s why I was so excited to review this new home-based business opportunity with Dakomoda.

The Brand.

In 2014 Elena and David Kohina launched a designer clothing line for children — with the stipulation that it be sold at affordable prices. They’ve taken the finest fabrics and materials and paired it with expert craftsmanship to create a line that is luxurious, durable, and fashionable. But how are they able to maintain the line’s affordability? Good question. To keep operating costs down Dakomoda is only sold online and via Direct Sales Partners, so they’re able to deliver high end clothing at affordable prices.

The Clothing.

Dakomoda sells both girls and boys clothing, sizes 0 – 3 months to as large as size 6T. Prices range from $21.50 – $109.00. Looking at the catalog online the clothes look stylish, but when you get to feel and touch them in person – wow, the quality really stands out. (more…)

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5 Companies That Can Help You Make Money By Designing T-Shirts

5 Companies That Can Help You Make Money By Designing T-ShirtsBy Kimi Clark

So you’ve thought of it … taking your design ideas and putting them out there for everyone to see.

But you have questions.

  • Does it cost a lot of money to get started?
  • Do I have to use my own designs?
  • Can I set my own prices?
  • Where will I sell my T-Shirts?
  • How much money can I earn?

Well you’re in luck, we have answers!

Below you’ll find 5 companies that can help you make money online designing T-Shirts.

TeeSpring

Partnering with TeeSpring is like crowdfunding with T-Shirts! It’s 100% free to design your shirt. Simply use the online designer to create your product by either uploading your own design or using clip art from the site. You’ll have to set a sales goal or tipping point, which is the minimum you need to sell in order to have your shirts printed. (more…)

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Huge List of Work at Home Jobs That Offer Employee Benefits

Huge List of Work at Home Jobs That Offer Employee Benefits By Holly Reisem Hanna

Working from home has a TON of perks, but there is a downside. First, the majority of work at home jobs available are for independent contractors and freelancers, which means you’re responsible for your own taxes. Second, most gigs don’t offer employee benefits, so no health insurance, no paid vacation, no sick leave, and no matching 401(k) retirement plan. All these things must be taken into consideration when you decide to work from home.

Luckily, more and more companies are offering telecommuting positions with employee benefits. From my research the majority of remote jobs that do offer benefits are for full-time workers, which is generally the case when you work outside the home too. So if you need a telecommuting job with benefits here are some great companies to check out.

Please note, while benefits were researched on the corporate websites and/or GlassDoor.com and are believed to be correct, you need to check with the individual companies and HR departments for complete up-to-date information. Companies are listed in alphabetical order with the positions they hire for and the benefits they offer.

Adecco

Hires Freight Sales Managers and Virtual Customer Care Reps.

Adecco offers a temporary employee benefits programs. Once on assignment, you’ll have access to medical coverage, 401(k), service bonuses, paid holidays based on accrued hours, and more. (more…)

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Making Money as a Professional Organizer – Interview with Angela Ploetz

Making Money as a Professional OrganizerTell us a little bit about yourself and your entrepreneurial journey.

I have been an entrepreneur from a very young age. Growing up I made a variety of items and sold them. I even sold things out of my window to the neighborhood children. After graduating from college, I worked from local government for several years and after having my first child I knew I was going to have to make a career change. That was when I looked at what I loved and what I could do that would allow some flexibility. I sought out training in Professional Organizing and joined my local NAPO chapter. Soon after that I quit my full-time job and started my business full time.

Do you have any special training?

Yes, I felt it was important to get training before I took my first client. I didn’t want people to think that one day I just decided to be a professional organizer and therefore I WAS one. So I went to training to learn about becoming an organizer and I got certified in the FreedomFiler paper filing system. After a few years in the business, I studied and sat for the exam to become a Certified Professional Organizer, CPO ®. I really believe training is important in building your own confidence and letting your clients know you are serious about your business.

What types of services and products do you offer?

I offer Professional Organizing and unpacking services for clients who have just moved. My team and I can help someone get out of moving boxes and get their home set up in a matter of a few days rather than the months or years it often takes. (more…)

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Goal Setting for Work at Home Moms

Goal Setting for Work at Home MomsBy Deb Bixler

Many women who start working from home do so because they have children and plan to supplement the family income without taking time away from the kids. The work at home moms (WAHM) who actually succeed, do so because they have established clear goals for their home-based business.

Work At Home Goal Setting

The key to achieving your work at home goals is simple. It boils down to only one question.

  • What is enough?
  • Are you scheduling enough time to accomplish your goals for your business?
  • Are you giving yourself enough time to manage your business?

It is really not about time management. It is more about commitment management!

Most people completely underestimate the time required for a project or necessary to achieve the desired results from their business. There are all kinds of projects, or activities that we underestimate all the time. (more…)

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