Archives for November 2013

Things to Be Thankful for as a Blogger and a Freelancer

With holiday season in full swing now, I’ve decided to take a look back at all the wonderful things that do exist for bloggers and freelancers as well as some of the perks of the job(s). Here’s what I’m thankful for as a writer, a blogger, and a freelancer: WordPress: If you haven’t realized by now, […]

Your Desk Job is Killing You

Fast food is bad for you. So is too much sugar, smoking cigarettes, and sucking down soda. But, you pretty much knew that already. Individually and collectively each of those things has been linked to heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer. That said, there is another bad habit most of us have that could lead […]

The Importance of Computer Skills for Career Development

It is easy to sit back and think IT skills are only important for those pursuing IT work, but this is 2013. We are becoming more and more reliant on computers in even the smallest aspects of our lives. Banking jobs, finance jobs, accounting jobs and others that historically didn’t involve computer chips and programming […]

Staying Fit While Working From Home

Nearly everywhere I look in the fitness blogging community, I see posts about how to stay fit while working a 9-5 job, including a recent trend in articles entitled “Sitting is the New Smoking”–which detail how spending hours sitting a day is terrible for your health–even if your otherwise an active person. And those are great–certainly, […]

Carnival of Financial Planning – Entrepreneurship Edition

Welcome to this week’s Carnival of Financial Planning B – Entrepreneurship Edition.  This carnival is all about brining your the best articles in the personal finance, investing, and entrepreneurship space.  Since these categories overlap in many different ways, I’m sure that you’ll find some of the posts below extremely valuable. Check it out and leave […]