Creating A Home Office Any Woman Would Love

Ms. Career Girl

The post Creating A Home Office Any Woman Would Love appeared first on Ms. One thing most women entrepreneurs want when it comes to their home office is a space that is designed with them in mind. When it comes to creating that home office there are many decisions you’ll need to make. You’ll want the right colors, the right decor, the right office furniture, and you’ll want all the right tech. Furniture can play a huge role in an office.

Becoming an Entrepreneur for Your Art

Ms. Career Girl

If you want to build a sustainable life for yourself as a creative, you must become an entrepreneur for your art. Thanks to the internet, it’s never been easier to become an entrepreneur for your art. The first step to becoming an entrepreneur for your art is adopting the right mindset.

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Life of an Entrepreneur: Home Office vs. Coworking

Workology

For the last two years I have officed out of my home. I work from the living room, kitchen table, my bed, or home office answering calls, helping clients, and running my business. I work with clients mostly over the phone and internet, but there are times I miss the office banter and conversations one has in the office spaces. Because my office is my home I have a tendency to work like a crazy fool. No Formal Office.

4 Unique Home Office Decor Ideas

Career Realism

Your home office doesn’t have to be a mundane workspace. who spend some portion of their time working from home. With that, why wouldn’t you want an office that conforms to your style? While there are several ways you can liven up your office, here are the top four home office decor ideas for this year: 1. An office is a place where you create notes, jot down ideas, make lists and make reminders. Bring Home The Accessories.

A Sure Way to Fail: Being Ms. Independent

Ms. Career Girl

I must have spent days upon days in my cubicle dreaming I could be self-employed and working from my adorable home office. My home office is NOT adorable. After all, entrepreneurs are “independent,” right? Nicole's "Life as an Entrepreneur "JournalI wanted independence. I did not want to have to rely on other people so much to make a living. Now I AM self-employed. And, I’ve learned that being 100% independent is the fastest way to sink my business.

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Social Entrepreneurship Is On The Rise

Telecommuting Journal

Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Social Entrepreneurship Is On The Rise October 20, 2009 · 3 comments by K. MacKillop A social entrepreneur is a business owner who uses their business acumen to further some social cause. Social entrepreneurism is often thought to be limited to nonprofit organizations, but in fact a push toward “more-than-profit&# ventures is on the rise. MacKillop, a serial entrepreneur with a J.D.

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8 Things I Love About NOT Being Self-Employed

Ms. Career Girl

Like many young entrepreneurs, for a long time all I thought about was being self-employed. I dreamed of working from home on my own schedule. So to those of you are self-employed but doubting your next move, or those who are spending their days in the office fantasizing about being self-employed, here’s some insight from someone who has done both. Working in an Office. ” Technically I ran MCG Media out of my home office.

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Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover

Telecommuting Journal

Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover August 29, 2009 · 2 comments by Aldar Nagy Let’s face it; we are a nation of dog lovers. This gives the entrepreneur with a love for dogs a way to satisfy both passions at the same time.

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Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover

Telecommuting Journal

Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover August 29, 2009 · 2 comments by Aldar Nagy Let’s face it; we are a nation of dog lovers. This gives the entrepreneur with a love for dogs a way to satisfy both passions at the same time.

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Going it alone? A checklist for those thinking of self-employment

Jobacle

Entrepreneur contributor Neil Patel wisely points out that “we all have to do some work that is unpleasant”, so you shouldn’t expect self-employment to be just “endless euphoria” Draw a line between your home life and work.

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Business Tax Deductions That Help Make Your Dreams a Reality

Ms. Career Girl

Quitting your day job to become an entrepreneur is an exciting gamble. Business use of your home. If you have a home office, you can deduct the mortgage interest, insurance, utilities, and repair costs associated with the home office. Deductions must be calculated to only cover the percentage of the house that the home office fills. The post Business Tax Deductions That Help Make Your Dreams a Reality appeared first on Ms. Career Girl.

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Hiring a contractor for your home or office: what are your responsibilities?

Ms. Career Girl

Entrepreneurs may need to supervise building works either at home or in the office. If you want to set up your home office or are responsible for remodeling your workplace, you can engage a self-employed handyman in order to save costs. If you do not have a health and safety officer for advice about the building work you require, you may not know what you should do to avoid any liability for injury or illness.

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Yes, You Can Date and Be a Career Woman

Ms. Career Girl

I’m an entrepreneur, fierce freelancer, and ambitious creative. Yet it can be an elusive beast, particularly if you are in the throes of a demanding career: long hours at the office, agonizing commutes, coffee mug clutching day and night. Set up spaces in your home that are 100% work-free, including home offices and living rooms. This can also give you a lovely opportunity to find out who you are outside of the office.

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Working from Home? Be Sure to Establish Boundaries

The Job Quest

Working from home is now a reality for more than 26 million people. It can be part-time or full-time, for an employer or as an entrepreneur. Generally, working from home is seen as one of the choice benefits that companies can bestow on employees, or as one of the perks of being self-employed. How do you envision the typical day of working from home? Are those of us who work in home offices blessed with a better work/life balance because of this set-up?

Meet Sara Sutton Fell, Founder of FlexJobs.com

Ms. Career Girl

I didn’t peg myself as an entrepreneur at the time, so this was a surprise experience in every aspect. I started FlexJobs as a virtual company, meaning that our entire team work from home offices all over the country, and even one team member in Europe. N ame: Sara Sutton Fell. Age: 39. Location: Boulder, Colorado. Where did you go to college and what did you study? UC Berkeley, an interdisciplinary major for “Society, Technology, and the Environment”.

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The e-NV200 WORKSPACe Could Put the “Mobile” In Your Office

Workology

The idea is this: what if your telecommuters commute with their office? An All-ElectricTraveling Office. As reported in The Economic Times , “Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan has collaborated with UK-based design workshop Studio Hardie to transform its zero emission e-NV200 van into an all-electric mobile office – the e-NV200 WORKSPACe.” ” Heck, that’s better than my home office.

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Cross-Company Innovation Addresses the Changing Nature of Work

Water Cooler Wisdom

As a long-time partner of Staples and Xerox , I just traveled to New York City to spend National Small Business Week with the two organizations, learning how they’re helping small business customers and entrepreneurs be more productive with the new multi-function self-serve machines in Staples stores across the country.    By 2030, more than half of American professionals will no longer go to an office every day. 

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Transforming In-Office Jobs to Telecommuting & WHY?

Workology

They want the freedom to be entrepreneurs and create their own work schedule. and is basically a goldmine for those that don’t want certain restraints on them that a physical office environment would entail. There are candidates out there who excel in office-only work environments, but if you look at the trend in the workplace, being able to work from home is a tasty perk. How to make an office job into a telecommuting one?

I Hate Resumes: Personal Connections Matter & How Social Media Can Help

Workology

As a entrepreneur and business owner, I’ve found that relationships are the key to my business. Most days I work from home in a small home office with my face in front of multiple computer screens, a Skype headset strapped to my ears. Most of the time it’s relatively quiet in my office. I certainly have my share of business calls and phone conversations but most often the noise that fills my office is the sound of key-tapping.

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Why is the Work-at-Home concept becoming increasingly popular?

Telecommuting Journal

Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Why is the Work-at-Home concept becoming increasingly popular? June 2, 2009 · 0 comments by Susan Hutson The work-at-home concept has consistently gained in popularity over the last few years. Many small home businesses have mushroomed, and even in the job sector, there is an increasing trend of work from home jobs of all kinds.

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Welcome to the New Way to Work

Threshold Consulting

However, this week, we had the opportunity to work together, face-to-face, at my home office in Beautiful Decatur, Georgia. Threshold Consulting: Its Your Life, Own It!

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Remote Worker Awards

Telecommuting Journal

Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Remote Worker Awards April 29, 2009 · 0 comments UK Workers Get A Chance to Win A Home Business Remote Employment has announced the launch of the Remote Worker Awards, to highlight how remote and home working benefits the environment and everyone’s quality of work life. The Work From Home Award will give several entrants the chance to change their career with a toolkit to start their own business.

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Work From Home Jobs and Careers That Match Your Holland.

Career Key

Monday, April 12, 2010 Work From Home Jobs and Careers That Match Your Holland Personality Type Inspired by my recent Bizymoms.com interview , I decided to take a look at "work from home" jobs and how you can use the best science and practices of career counseling found on the Career Key’s website to help you choose one. After a little explanation, I organized a number of work at home jobs by personality type using Holland’s Theory of Career Choice.

7 Life-Changing Job Trends You Need to Know About

JobMob

The sooner professionals acknowledge that work today is a far more fluid concept and comes in different forms (contract, full-time, part-time, consulting/entrepreneur) one will be able to transition far more easily from one to the next. Take away: Since you are going to have to be on the constant look out for work, every 2-3 years, you have no choice but to create a Sales and Marketing Department in your home office and become the Chief Marketing Officer of You Inc.

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What's in My Garage: Getting My Career Portfolio Up To Date

Career Key

Here are some random things I collected from my home office and the garage: Strong Interest Inventory and MBTI results from 1989 (wow, who knew I carried those out here to the West Coast from NC where I grew up?) Career Guidance from Dr. Mehmet Oz's Father Work From Home Jobs and Careers That Match Your Ho.

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The 8 Habits of Highly Productive People

Personal Excellence Blog

Even though I largely work from my home office now, I still commute a fair bit, say when heading out to meet friends, networking, business/lunch/personal appointments, giving workshops, and so on. Right now, I’m actually typing this article on my bus ride home. I work from home and will sit at the computer upwards of 16 straight hours sometimes. Although a lot of the time I leave my phone at home and just take a camera.

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Announcing: Brazen Careerist Top 50 Places to Work | Penelope.

Penelope Trunk

It’s stupid because you don’t’ need to be calling yourself a social entrepreneur in order to save the world. In fact, I work in an office very close to one Federal agency and I can say, without a doubt, that almost half of the people I've seen walk in and out of the gates are under the age of 27. It might mean you are expected to be at your desk 95% of working hours, but can shuffle out to a school concert occasionally and take work home. Is this your first time here?

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5 Ways to make telecommuting better | Penelope Trunk's Brazen.

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog 5 Ways to make telecommuting better Posted to: Working from home February 27th, 2010 Del.icio.us Digg Reddit StumbleUpon Tweet This Facebook I have this idea that I am going to start working from home. I tried to go into the office. So I tried working from home, but then I started feeling like I am the most alone person in the world. I’m not going to the office any more.

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