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You’re Personally Invited to Be a Work at Home Fashion Insider

BeautiFall Career Event CAbiBy Holly Reisem Hanna

This fall, CAbi is inviting you to experience the brand in a very special way through a live broadcast at one of their many viewing parties! You’ll get to engage with the CAbi Community, get a sneak peek of the spring trends, and find out more about working from home as a CAbi Consultant.

Come join me at the BeautiFall Career Event and …

  • Find out how you can work from home as a Fashion Insider
  • See an exclusive view of CAbi’s New Arrivals, ThankFall Me
  • Get a sneak peek of the Spring 2015 Collection
  • Learn about the inspiration behind these Collections from the CAbi Design Team
  • Hear from CAbi’s leadership about what’s next for CAbi and how we are uniquely positioned in the marketplace
  • See how CAbi Consultants make CAbi work so beautifully in their lives (more…)

How To Be Hyper Productive When Working Remotely

How To Be Hyper Productive When Working RemotelyBy Jeffrey Fermin

Contrary to popular belief, working remotely is a pretty hard.

You still have to have an amazing output, but you have to do it at your own pace. Which is insanely tricky at time considering all the temptation around you. Especially if you’re working from your house.

If you’re just starting to work remotely, have been working remotely, or just taking a couple of days to work from home. These tips will help you become more productive at work.

Find A Place That Encourages Productivity

I know it sounds fun to work on your own and away from your office. But you still have to perform good, if not, better than your usual standard.

So whether you’re working from home, at a coffee shop, or a shared space, just make sure to have a location that will allow you to work at your best.

Working from home is absolutely cool. However, you might get too comfortable and you definitely don’t want to just wake up in your PJ’s every day and stay at home.

It may sound cool, but trust me, it gets boring after a while. But hey, if it works for you, more power to you. (more…)

Interview with Anneke Steenkamp – A Young Freelance Writer from Cape Town

Interview With Anneke Steenkamp - Freelance WriterTell us a little bit about yourself and your freelance journey. 

After I finished my studies, I soon realized that I wanted to work for myself. I did an internship here and there and learned some valuable skills in building your branding and marketing yourself as a product. I’ve been freelancing for about 2.5 years and I’m still learning something new every day.

How did you land your first client?

I think I got a few clients at once. One being a local company, Little Pink Book which my brother owns. Another client was through a mutual contact.

Where do you find new clients?

I’m not afraid of rejection – so I apply for almost any job that sounds relevant and contact companies that might be in need of my services. I use every platform available to me – Job Boards when I’m desperate, Twitter for hashtag and phrase searches, LinkedIn for industry specific information and then just ‘cold’ emailing companies.

How are you making money?

Even though I did a few guest posts here and there I do get paid for all my work. Some rates differ and it took a while to increase my rate, but I’m happy with the growth. (more…)

111 Online Platforms to Sell Your Stuff for Money

Online Platforms to Sell Your Stuff for MoneyBy Holly Reisem Hanna

When I first became a stay at home mom, we went from being a two income family to an one income family. And even though I had planned financially for this transition, I was surprised at how quickly my savings dwindled down. To help pay for all of the activities that my daughter and I were enrolled in, I started selling various things online. I sold books, CDs, used baby gear, clothes, shoes, handbags, and furniture. In fact, I still sell stuff online today. It’s quick, easy, and it gives you some extra spending cash.

So if you’re looking to make some extra money, declutter your home, or simplify your life, here are 111 online platforms where you can sell your new and used stuff for money.

Antique and Vintage Items:

Do you have vintage items or antiques that you no longer want or need? Then sell them online. Set up an online account, list your items, and get paid minus a small user fee.

Arts, Crafts, and Handmade Items:

Do you make gorgeous jewelry or hand-knit scarves? Then sell your handmade goods on websites like Etsy. Each platform functions as an online marketplace or shop where visitors can purchase your wares. Listing fees and commission rates will vary depending on the platform. (more…)

Interview with Farnoosh Brock – Founder of Prolific Living

Farnoosh BrockWhat did you do prior to becoming an entrepreneur?

I worked for a Fortune 100 technology company as a project manager in my last role. I held several different positions over the years starting from an engineer to a technical writer to a process improvement specialist to project management of various size projects. I was quite sure that I would be an employee for life, and I was quite good at what I was doing but after five years at my job, I started to get unhappy and unfulfilled, and even though I learned how to double my salary and earn big promotions and work on exciting stuff, I was not sure of the career path I was taking. I started questioning the purpose of my entire professional path and my life, and that’s when I stopped being interested in life as an employee.

What drove you to pursue a writing business?

I love the way you put it. I think of my business in many different ways since it doesn’t fit into a box. It’s a coaching business, an online business, a published author business, a teaching courses business, a juicing and smoothie niche business, but I never thought of it as just a writing business. But I am a big believer that writing is the essence of all wealth and writing is at the heart of my business, and I stumbled into it by complete accident. What drove me to do this was the hunger for creating something of my own, and I am in love with writing so it fit who I was and what I wanted to do. At first, I started a personal blog. I loved the process so much that I decided to pursue it. I wanted to do something I love for a change. Hence the birth of my official business. (more…)

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