How is it possible for anyone to work from home? When I was in my early 20s, I first discovered that some people actually do it. What I lacked was experience, knowledge, and a good mentor to teach me HOW. There are so many people out there who just focus on recruiting that they ignore all the little people. WELL, what they seem to forget is most people who are recruiting earn a commission on their down line too! When you have a healthy down line there is not a constant need to recruit. I know you are probably thinking "UGH another one of those!" No, just hear (read) me out.
The work from home revolution is upon us. Indeed.com is the most trustworthy website to find decent work from home gigs. This is because some websites are not to be trusted if they have many scams listed without fact-checking their jobs. Apparently, in 2015, 24 percent of American workers are work from home people. Fields such as management, business, and financial operations have work from home allowances with 38 percent of people working from home. People 25 years of age or older have bachelor’s degrees, with 39 percent of those people working from home. Working from home is a new trend out there. It means that people are sick of commuting to a typical office environment where there is politics.
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There are a lot of pros and cons to working from home, but if do decide to permanently eliminate commuting from your life, a few items are necessary for it to work (pun certainly intended). One of them, and arguably the most important, is the chair you will be using. I occasionally work from home whenever the weather decides to be incredibly extra and does not permit my office to open. At first, I'm happy because it eliminates my commute and I can stay in bed for a little longer. Soon after, that happiness transforms into frustration for one simple reason: I have nowhere to work.
My introduction to making my living completely online began in 1996. I was a single mother and struggling to make ends meet and win "Mother of the Year" award amongst my friends and family. I never got that award from anyone, just a lot of opinions on what I should have done, what I needed to be doing, etc., etc., but in putting in the time and overtime of being a parent, especially a single one, I learned one valuable lesson- where there is a will, there is a way.
Freelancing is great, you choose your own hours, have a great income with less expenses, take the writing assignments that you want and can work from anywhere—at least that’s the theory. The truth can be very different, particularly when first starting out on your freelance writer’s journey.