The key to child-proofing your office is to provide space and materials in a safe environment so the time your child spends there does not upset the productivity and peace of your office, but rather adds to quality time with your child.
Working from my virtual office at home and catering to the needs of my children is often like walking the fine line of a tightrope. One wrong step, and the balancing act comes to an abrupt end.
For work at home moms and entrepreneurs, the quality of your computer system is of paramount importance. Whatever business you are in, computers have become a must-have tool today.
When you’re a work at home mom trying to balance a business with family, it is hard to find time to work while taking care of a busy household. One option is to be very flexible and work at every opportunity you can — even if that means working in your car, in a coffee shop, or while the kids are finishing their ballet lessons.
Do you have what it takes to work on a business from your home? The truth is, not everyone is cut out to work from home. It is not as easy as a walk in the park, as some perceive it to be or some people may tell you about. Here are five traits you need to survive a home-based business.
Outsourcing your non-core business activities to virtual assistants brings along the additional responsibility to ensure that you get the maximum out of this model. Learn how to get the best out of your virtual assistants rather it’s easy if you follow these simple yet effective tips.