1099 Top 10: What You Should and Shouldn't Do When Applying for a Staff Writing Job
We like to regularly share our favorite posts from the Work at Home Mom niche. Some articles may come from Moms, but all of them will be great. Enjoy!
· Staff writing for blogs is a great way to make a side income and maintain a flexible schedule. My Multiple Incomes Shares what you should and should not do when applying for a staff writing job.
· Considering that FeedBurner is going away soon and that Facebook doesn't make your status updates available to the majority of your followers, now is the perfect time to create a newsletter for your blog. The Work at Home Wife breaks down what you should look for in a newsletter service.
· Your kids (and you, don't be shy!) will probably love to have a snack of Oh Ladycakes' Salted Chocolate Pretzel Peanut Butter Cookies.
· If you're looking for a fun project to use up all those broken crayon pieces, try Grow Creative's Melted Crayon Art project.
· If you're a blogger, there are many ways that you can make money from your blog, directly and indirectly. ProBlogger explains how, using his own blog as an example.
· Working Mother shares a short video of moms talking about their two most important roles--as a mom and a working woman. Most women, whether they work at home or outside the home, can relate.
· Wise Bread explains 9 things you should do to make your LinkedIn profile stronger.
· If you homeschool, how did you come to that decision? A guest poster on Enchanted Homeschooling Mom explains how she decided to homeschool before her child was even born.
· If you're looking for a decadent weekend breakfast treat, you can't go wrong with Mom Advice's Baked Strawberry Donuts!
· Real Ways to Earn Money Online shares the job requirements to work at home for Connect and Sell.
Thanks to everyone who was included in this edition's list!
*Photo by bgottsab via Flickr.