Easily make money at home with this simple business idea. It might be something you have heard about already and dismissed as not for you, but I urge you to at least consider it and here’s why…
Making money from home has always been a popular dream, especially for busy moms or grans who want to be at home for the kids or grand-kids but also want to earn an income of their own. But what can you do?
Hi there. Today I’m talking about myself a bit so please indulge me as there is a point to it, and I promise you I will get to it.
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So back to the point of how managing my business has helped me manage the menopause.
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How a baby boomer gets thousands of viewers to her blog is no real mystery and the best thing is you don’t have to have any special skills or pay any money. This is all stuff that you can do right now to improve your viewing figures.
Let’s face it, it’s pretty soul destroying to sit for hours writing something that you KNOW is going to be of value to someone out there. You do the research, find the images, sort the keywords and remember your tags but you still don’t seem to get as many viewers as others bloggers claim to be getting.
Are you starting your business later in life? I know how you feel. I did too. I’m Lynne and I’m 53 as I write this post. I started my business about 5 years ago so I was about 47. I remember how lost I felt as I looked around all the social media sites and the website tools. I didn’t know where to start or what to do first, second or next.
To be honest with you, I stalled for a long time. I hadn’t really used Facebook, only for checking on the kids, and I had no idea about Instagram and I didn’t think I was posh enough for LinkeIn and what on earth was Pinterest?