What you need to know about dropshipping business

Having an online store is not an easy task. Indeed, it is easier because you do it from home. However, you need to learn SEO, SEM, and have some beginner IT wit on web design to avoid spending money outsourcing a designer, social media manager, or marketing agent. So, if you want to start a…

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Webinar Wednesday: Money Smart

Already Wednesday! And for this mid-week motivation, I’m sharing with you some webinar Wednesday links on Money, Raising Capital and Crowdfunding for small business owners, and women-owned businesses. Money Smart The National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) invites you to join #WebinarWednesday on June 17, 2020 at 12:00 PM EDT. If you can’t make it, remember they…

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Unemployment Insurance for All

As I prepared my coffee and turned on the TV to start the day making some breakfast for the kids before homeschooling, I listened to the breaking news about the U.S. Congress finally passing the emergency aid package. A jawdropping moment when I learned that the CARES Act expands unemployment insurance for gig workers, independent contractors,…

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5 Great Jobs for Empaths (That are Not in Medicine)

What kind of jobs can you perform when you often tune in to other people’s feelings? If crowds make you uncomfortable, and after a long conversation, you experience exhaustion and fatigue? If you often “sense” the feelings of people around you, you describe yourself as a sensitive person, and you feel better after a quiet…

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A Women-Owned Business is not a Side Hustle.

Although we may have started our business as a side hustle just to have that extra income, our entrepreneurial spirit pushed us to work smarter not only harder.  Maybe you don’t consider blogging a real business, but as I mentioned in previous posts, the mommy blog industry is about 3.9 million moms writing about ket…

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Read This BEFORE Buying a Starter Kit (MLM)

If you are thinking of starting a home-based business, sure enough, you’ve considered buying a starter kit of a product you like, use and more likely recommend constantly. Because, why not? Wouldn’t it be an excellent opportunity to become a consumer and be in business with the company you love? Well, before you buy that…

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3 Things To Do Before Sending Your Resume

Everyone who is looking for a job knows how hard it is to differentiate oneself from the rest of the applicants and get that first interview. A creative way for your resume to pop up from the rest of the candidates is trying to begin your resume identifying your values and purpose, this way, you…

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What is Success?

After making my 2020 resolutions, I literally started to draft some goals for 2020 besides three, which they were pretty okay, but not specific enough to start planning how to make them real. It is hard to achieve goals and make money out of a business idea or be effective in a job search if…

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Home-based Business and Crafts, not for me.

Three years after arriving at The Woodlands, TX.  I was still adapting to the stay-at-home mom thing. I recall learning all kinds of crafts, from painting to jewelry, crochet, and herbal remedies. I realized I could have a small home-based business and get an income out of it. Well, at least I thought I could. A…

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7 Part Time Jobs that you can do from Home.

If within your many goals for 2020 are going back to work, but still enjoy the sweet life of being a stay-at-home mom, a part-time job could be what you are looking for. So, you might want to keep reading. In my past posts, I’ve been talking about finding your compass and figure out the…

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