Money Blogging Roundup: Work from Home!

Because I work from home, I have a soft spot for others who work from home, whether they telecommute for “the man,” or whether they are running their own businesses.

You can work from home, and you can be successful at it — as long as you have the motivation, and are willing to put in a little hard work. Here are a few posts from around the Internet that can show you how:

Do You Have the Traits of a Successful Entrepreneur? at Financial Highway: You may not want to take this quiz for fear of the answer but it could certainly reaffirm your decision to go out on your own.

Work-at-Home Part-Time Jobs for Stay-at-Home Parents at Bargaineering: This is a great list for anyone looking to make more money while raising the kids.

5 Ways to Convince Yourself to Increase Your Retirement Savings at Consumerism Commentary: We all know that saving for retirement is crucial nowadays and this article is full of advice.

Working From Home Is More Productive Than Being in the Office at Saving to Inve$t: This is certainly exciting news for anyone making the move from a full-time job to more time at home.

How Much Savings Is Too Much? at Financial Samurai: You might be surprised by the answer to this question but it will certainly help you with your retirement planning.

Budgeting for Future Purchases at Lazy Man and Money: So few of us have funds set aside for future purposes but this article explains the importance of this and breaks down how to do it.

Should I Pay Off Debt or Save Money First? at Money Crashers: This is always the big question for people struggling with debt and this post provides an answer.

Why You Are Capable of Starting A Business And Working For Yourself at My Wife Quit Her Job: This post is a great boost against the self-doubt so many entrepreneurs feel.

 

Written by Miranda Marquit

Miranda Marquit is a freelance writer and professional blogger, specializing in personal finance, small business, and investing topics. She writes for a number of financial web sites and blogs, and has been featured in numerous media. Read about life as a freelancer at MirandaMarquit.com and in her book Confessions of a Professional Blogger.

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