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Working From Home

How many times have you ever wondered what it would be like to work from home? Many have found that it saves time, money, less frustration, etc. For those who are considering working from home one of the first things to think about is what type of work would you like to do or have expereince in?  Can you type, or be willing to have customer calls come into your home for the business? Consider if the time and money you need to invest to bring in additional phone and/or fax lines to correspond with clients/customers.

  Weigh the pros and cons, talk to others who have faced similar circumstances, and also find out if you will be required to have a business license for a home based business. These and other factors are wise to consider beforehand so you will not be faced with an unexpected surprises down the road.

  Working from home is an alternative to travelling to/from a "regular" workplace. If you have a skill that is unusual or in high demand then working from home may just be the answer for you. Planning ahead, staying focused and learning all you can will be the first steps to a great future working from home. Being prepared means being informed every step of the way.

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  1. Teresa Thomas
    Teresa Thomas
    Vote #2. Thanks for the tips. I am wanting to look for ways to work from home. I'm currently, working at a fast food place called Jack In The Box. At times, I often wondered, just why did I ever go back to the very place, that I did not want to go back to? I think, that working from home would be the best thing for me. I'm not getting any younger, and working from a fast food place such as this, is definitely, not for me anymore. I thought, that I gave up the fast food to the younger generation. Well, I guess not. I'm right back out there again, and wished, that I wasn't. I'd give anything to work from home. I'm going to be looking into it head on between now and the new year. My new year's resolution is to find some work from home opportunities and get started with them. Excellent post.
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    1. jkess123
      Hi Teresa Thomas I wish you the best for this New Year. The difficult part is getting started. Once you have past that it will get easier. Look for blogging, writing, or other types of customer service positions that you feel well suited for. They are out there you just have to look for them. Remember also that asking for money up front from you is not where you want to go. Determine what your skill set is, your strong points are and this may make it a little easier on the journey. Now that you have decided to work from home the other job will be easier to handle. Knowing you have an alternative and a better future in front of you makes a big difference. Good Luck! The New Year is just around the corner. You will find what you are looking for.
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