Quick Tech Buying Tips for Your Home Office

The following post is from Michelle of Mommy Misadventures: Even if you do not have any students in your household, back-to-school sales make August one of the best months to upgrade your home office tech. Take advantage of the lower prices and package deals that are geared towards the back-to-school crowd can save you some…

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5 Professional Gaffes to Avoid When Working from Home

The following post is from Prerna of The Mom Writes: Working from home gives you many conveniences – flexibility, autonomy, comfort. However, it also means that you have a greater responsibility towards your business. How you conduct yourself determines the reputation your business will enjoy. Here are 5 things to avoid when you’re a work-at-home…

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Why Unplugging is Good for Your Wallet

The following post is from Christina of Northern Cheapskate: I'm a bit of a technology junkie.  Whenever I get a spare moment, I'm checking my e-mail, reading other blogs,  looking at Facebook, or writing blog posts.  We've got a ridiculous amount of gadgets, too - iPods, iPhone, desktop computer, laptops, iPad, Kindle, a Wii...it seems like…

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4 Tips to Staying Inspired While You Work from Home

Today I’m participating in the Ultimate Blog Swap. You’ll find me posting over at Aubergine about Making Sure Your Blog Benefits Your Family, and I’m excited to welcome Martine from Dainty Mom to Life Your Way: I've been working from home for a little under two years, and I love it. I suppose it's because…

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