If you’re interested in working from home and don’t know who to trust, start with these key resources.
Take some time and check out all the sites below and do some exploring. Sign up for e-courses and newsletters to get a feel for each of the site owners. Whether you’re a work at home wannabe or you’ve got several years of experience as a WAHM under your belt, these resources will help you to learn how you can make more money from home.
1. For the Absolute Beginner who is New to the Idea of Working from Home.
Nicole Dean created this resource site geared toward the absolute beginner. Whether you’re looking for a way to make money offline or online, you’ll find ideas and advice presented in a very basic, non-threatening and easy to understand manner. From Business Ideas to basic time management, you’ll find tools to help you be successful as a work at home mom (and keep your sanity in the process.) Nicole has a great free tutorial that you won’t want to miss on her home page. Make sure to sign up for that.
2. For Moms looking for Hourly Jobs from Home.
This is an excellent resource run by Nell Taliercio. Nell is THE go to woman on telecommuting and you’ll see why when you explore her fabulous site. This site focuses on moms who want hourly jobs from home, like administrative, data entry, transcription, etc. and not entrepreneurial endeavors. Nell searches the Internet to find the best legitimate work from home jobs and information so you don’t have to! What a great service!
3. For the Online Entrepreneur.
If you know for sure that you want to run an online business, you must visit his site run by Alice Seba. The site offers information from beginner to advanced and goes into great detail. Because Alice is at the forefront of Internet marketing, you’ll always find the latest information about running a successful online business.
4. For those who Love Audio
I look forward to listening to Kelly McCausey’s weekly online radio show covering all things having to do with working from home. Her website is fabulous but make sure you subscribe to her podcast or just listen to the show each week while you’re working on the computer. Kelly’s show is always entertaining, informative, and fun and she and her guests offer great tips for making the most of your work from home experience.
5. For those who want to help their kids start a business
If you already have your own home business, why not get your kids going on one too! Or work together with them and turn it into a family business. At this site you’ll find ideas from Dog-walking to Babysitting to help your children to develop their entrepreneurial spirit.
Now, you’re set. You’ve got the basic resources that all Work at Home Moms need to get started. From there, you can branch out into additional resources to boost your learning, but this list will get you started on the right foot.
Best of luck with your business!