Disconnecting is Important in Self Employment

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I never thought I’d be so addicted to a job that I couldn’t disconnect, but I seem to have been going down that slippery slope. During our last vacation to Las Vegas, I was spending at least 3 hours a day on blogging and my freelance tasks. I usually am monitoring emails from my [...]

Fighting Burn Out Before It Happens

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I never thought burn out could happen to me, but I am thisclose to fizzling out like a candle on its last leg. September has been the busiest but most profitable month of my entire life. I’ve already made about $7700 and am keeping my expenses around 15%. I now run the advertising for [...]

I Was Fired for Refusing to Work for Free

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As you may already know, I have been a staff writer for quite a few sites over the last year. I have moved on amicably from some positions and have found new ones that fit. It seems pretty natural. But then I started staff writing for a big site and it was a complete [...]

Finding a Business Niche

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When I quit my day job in mid-July 2011, I thought the key to working from home was going to be having my finger in as many pies as possible. Yeah, that didn’t happen. I have actually seemed to create a marketing empire and now blog as a hobby again, lol.

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August 2011 Self-Employment Income and Expenses

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Since this blog is all about How I Make Money Blogging, I will be breaking down the past month’s online income and expenses at the beginning of each new month from here on out. You can see my traffic stats for my main blog, Budgeting in the Fun Stuff, at the beginning of every [...]

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