Showing posts from February, 2008

Finding a legitimate job that lets you work from home!

Have you found a legitimate job working from home? If so, what are the benefits to working from home? Please share your comments below.

Below, I've listed what I think are the benefits to working from home:

1) Save on gas
- This is a no brainer! With high gas prices today, working from home is a blessing :)

2) Cut out the commute time.
- No more traffic jams and late hours.

3) Spend more time with your family.
- This is my number one reason to working from home.

4) Be the boss.
- This is my number two reason to working from home.

5) Hours are flexible.
- I can come and go as I please -- if my child is sick, if he has yet another day off of school or if we want to take a two-week family vacation, I can arrange my schedule around those needs.

Finding legitimate jobs working from home is certainly important. If you want to try searching job ads, check out sites such as, or as a starting point. Visit those sites for further information.

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Money: Building up your credit, adjustable-rate mortgages and more!

I'm 24 and have never had a credit card. But now I want to buy my first home and car, and people say that I won't be able to because I don't have a credit history. Is that true?

If we were sitting in a room together, I'd pat you on the back for staying out of credit-card trouble. But just as with other things in life (like tequila), it's not credit cards themselves that are bad, but how you use them. And it's not that you won't be able to buy a car or home, it's that you'll have to pay higher-than-average interest rates to do so. By establishing a good history with credit cards, you'd likely pay lower interest rates on your car and home loans. Glinda Bridgforth, author of Girl, Get Your Credit Straight!, suggests establishing a solid, 12 month credit-card history before buying that car or home. "It's a good indication of how responsible a borrower can be," she says. Commit yourself to getting one credit card or two (but no more!) th…

What does it take to make money from a blog?

I have been asked that question many times and there really isn't a quick and easy answer to it except that making money from a blog does take time. Finding the right sponsors and affiliate programs should be taken seriously. Posting for the sake of only making money will turn your readers off, plain and simple.

Find ways to help your readers benefit when visiting your blog and everything else will fall into place.

In, I specialize in providing powerful business information and Internet marketing tips that will provide the necessary tools required to enhance a successful home based business. In the bizbuzzofalatinamom blog I specialize in entertainment, jobs, recipes and more. My mission is that my readers will walk away feeling that what I offer in my blog is essential to their success. Hopefully they will return for additional information. Although, there are affiliate links in my blog that are supported by advertising revenue, others are links that my vis…

The 4 W's to blogging!

Do you find yourself asking the four W's to blogging? What is that, you ask?

Well, I call it the four W's. To find out more, please read on...

The four W's

1. Why
2. What
3. When and
4. Where

Why start a blog?
Why not? I can list hundreds of reason why you should start a blog but for the sake of not sounding too eccentric, I've list a few here!

What do I write about?
Write about things that interest you and that you would like to share with others. You can post photos and write about what inspired that photograph. You can also post videos of your favorite song and write about what makes it so special and why you feel others may think the same. There are hundreds if not thousands of blogs that are unique in many ways. Think of the things that bring you joy and share them with others. If you enjoy writing then showcase your writing skills.

When do I blog?
Personally, I like to blog everyday. However, you may want to blog on a weekly or monthly basis, it's up to you. Perhaps you …