Most everyone, at one time or another, has dreamed about ditching their job (or entire career) and working for themselves. Even those who are generally satisfied with their jobs sometimes wonder, “what if I could make the same kind of income but not have to leave home to get it?”
Maybe you’ve even said to yourself, “this is it…2018 is my year. This year I’m going to explore the idea of working from home.” If so, you’ll find this guide handy.
Best Work At Home Websites Guide
We’ve researched, surfed the Web, and found our top 95 picks for the best work at home Websites of 2018. You’ll want to check out at least a few of them. Not only are they sources of excellent work from home information, but you’ll also find them inspiring and motivating, too.
Here they are listed below in no particular ranking order.
1) Start a Mom Blog:
Suzi Whitford studied industrial engineering in college and went on to work for several big-name companies, including Walt Disney. But when her first child was born, she knew she needed to be a stay-at-home Mom. Blogging helped her get through the early days of parenting, and she found it incredibly fulfilling, especially when she realized she could make an income at it.
Now Whitford is able to share her experience and know-how, much of it learned by trial-and-error. She has a passion for Moms who want to contribute to the household budget while being present for those all-important childhood years. Start a Mom Blog features courses, eBooks and articles aimed to help would-be blogging Moms get started and become successful.
Here’s one of Whitford’s articles that makes a great New Year’s read: https://www.startamomblog.com/how-to-start-a-mom-blog-and-make-money.
2) Twins Mommy:
During her pre-Mom years, Twins Mommy blogger Elna Cain was a teacher by profession. However, she also had a love of, and a proclivity for, writing, so she blogged on the side.
When she found out she was pregnant… with TWINS, no less, she soon realized that she had a strong desire to stay at home with her babies. However, it would mean replacing her income as a teacher with something she could do from home. Her husband was already a successful Internet entrepreneur, so with his experience and coaching, she started Twins Mommy and monetized it. It now brings in $6000 per month.
She writes about her life as a Mom of twins, but she also writes about writing. She even offers a course teaching others how to create a blog that makes money.
Here is one of our favorite Twins Mommy posts: https://twinsmommy.com/succeed-work-home-mom/
In 2012, a Mom of two found herself recently divorced and stuck in a low-paying, go-nowhere job. She lived in a financed trailer on her father’s property and worked two unfulfilling jobs to make ends meet.
She started Single Moms Income as a way to chronicle her journey as a single parent as well as an entrepreneur. She built an online business that eventually brought in enough money for her to quit her jobs. She shares her story as well as tips and advice for making money through a variety of online avenues.
Check out one of our favorite Single Moms Income posts: https://singlemomsincome.com/category/business-ideas/home-business/
Like many other Webpreneurs, Ashlee Anderson once sat at her desk in a cube farm and dreamed of freedom and fulfillment. After years of dreaming, she finally mustered up the courage to quit her job and pursue freelance writing.
Anderson admits that the first year was tough and money was tight. But she stuck it out and now makes a healthy income from her Florida home office. Work From Home Happiness is all about Anderson’s personal journey and experiences. Plus, it’s filled with job-search tips, information about work-from-home opportunities, advice on how to make money by blogging, and more.
We love this Work From Home Happiness post about work from home courses: https://workfromhomehappiness.com/best-work-from-home-courses/.
Mom of five Corina Ramos worked a series of menial, unfulfilling jobs. She quit in 2007 to pursue an online venture which ultimately failed.
She found herself back in the traditional workforce in 2008, but unwilling to give up her dream of working from home, she landed a work-from-home job in 2009. This time it stuck, and she eventually started a successful online business of her own. In Not Now Mom’s Busy, Ramos shares everyday stories about her life, her work, and parenting. The blog is also packed with work-from-home job leads, tips on freelancing and blogging for income, and content on subjects of interest to everyone, from weight loss to relationships to recipes.
In this post, Ramos shares her thoughts on how to manage time when you’re working from home and being Mom at the same time: https://notnowmomsbusy.com/time-management-tips-for-work-at-home-moms/.
6) Catherine Alford:
Catherine Alford did what so many in the Rat Race only dream of: she quit her job, sold everything she owned and moved to the West Indies for three years. Broke and jobless but happy, she began chronicling her adventure.
Her blog focuses on frugality and managing living your dream on a tight budget.
Her blog helped her to launch a successful freelancing career. Alford has won a number of awards. She has been featured in several prominent publications as well as live media.
Here’s our favorite post by Alford, a candid and authentic insight into what it’s like to be a WAH Mom: http://www.catherinealford.com/work-from-home-mom/.
Successful Blogging focuses on helping people get started on the path to a lucrative blogging career of their own. Right on the landing page you’ll immediately see a banner for a free “5 Step Blueprint to Your First $1K Blogging.” This site is packed with great information as well as free downloads, tutorials and advice on getting your blog off the ground and monetizing it.
The information is very comprehensive and easy to understand, even for the lay person with little experience as a blogger or a Website owner. The blog section features posts from a variety of blogging experts offering personal wisdom and tips based on experience.
This one is our favorite Successful Blogging post: http://www.successfulblogging.com/simple-on-page-seo-tips/
8) Redefining Mom:
Mom of one (and one on the way), Monica Froese gave up a lucrative career with a Fortune 100 company in 2016 to take on a more flexible job with a small company. She also began blogging, and soon her blog was bringing in enough money so that she could quit her day job.
Today she teaches others like her how to start making money through blogging and other Internet ventures. Redefining Mom is packed with stories and tips as well as access to her course Busy Moms Building: 12 Steps to Running Your Own Online Business for Busy Moms.
We love the insight that Froese shares in this post: https://redefiningmom.com/blogging-and-motherhood/.
9) Wanderful World:
Freelance travel and lifestyle writer and blogger Lizzie wants to help others start their own freelancing business. Once a nine-to-fiver, Lizzie longed to loosen the corporate chain around her neck. She risked her predictable future for a more fulfilling one in 2014 and quit her job and move to Spain.Here she started her freelancing career.
Upon returning home, she blogged and began to teach others to do what she did. Wanderful World shows readers how to “launch your freelancing life.” It also gives you access to “The Academy,” a series of lessons and guides for starting a freelancing business.
If you’ve ever felt the discomfort of trying to self yourself, this post is for you: http://wanderful-world.com/2017/11/27/fear-of-pitching/.
Blogger and financial expert Michelle graduated with two undergraduate degrees and an MBA in finance in less than five years. She also had $38,000 of student loan debt.
She paid off her massive student loan bill in just seven months. After working as a financial analyst for a few years, she went solo and became a financial freelancer and entrepreneur. She makes $100,000 per month online, all from the RV which she and her husband live in as they travel full-time. Michelle shares her secrets staying out of debt, living on a budget, making money online and other related topics in Making Sense of Cents.
In this post, she shares 70 ways to make a side income in 2018: https://www.makingsenseofcents.com/2018/01/how-to-make-money-on-the-side.html.
11) Embracing Simple:
Embracing Simple isn’t just a how-to-make-money-at-home blog. Instead, it is just one spoke in the wheel that comprises blogger Christina`s philosophy of life.
It is one of simplicity, living intentionally, practicing frugality, and becoming independent of a workforce that brings little joy or fulfillment. In addition to tips and lessons on how to use the Internet to make money at home, Christina also offers advice on decluttering your home and your life, eating healthy, managing time wisely and setting goals, all while being an effective parent.
We like Christina’s advice about keeping organized in this post: http://embracingsimpleblog.com/7-tips-to-stay-organized-when-life-is-busy/.
12) Melyssa Griffin:
Melyssa Griffin teaches bloggers and entrepreneurs how to grow an audience and a following for their endeavors. Once an ex-pat English teacher in Japan, Griffin, who felt that her job didn’t allow her to use her full scope of talents or exercise creativity, started a blog. At the time, it was simply a creative outlet, but she quickly realized she had a passion for this mode of expression. Soon her following grew and she was able to use her blog as a launching pad for her first entrepreneurial endeavor. Now she uses what she learned by accident to help others do what she did.
The Website has a fresh, young urban professional feel and is packed with free resources as well as a section of classes on topics related to blogging, making money online, entrepreneurship and more. You`ll also be able to access podcast interviews with other successful entrepreneurs. Even if you don’t try any of the paid offerings, there`s enough free stuff to get you inspired.
Check out this post, an introduction to a podcast interview with millionaire Chris Harder on how to get beyond the mental blocks keeping you from pursuing success: http://www.melyssagriffin.com/money-mindset-blocks/.
Sarah, “The Frugal Millionaire,” learned how to balance a checkbook at the age of 8. She has been passionate about finances and budgeting ever since.
Sarah was able to replace the income from her regular job with the money that she makes from blogging, a hobby-turned-job she started after becoming a mother. Sarah shares her ideas and advice on how to make money from blogging. Plus, her site has an entire section devoted to resources for would-be bloggers.
We love this post, aimed at Moms who want to make a side income: https://www.thefrugalmillionaireblog.com/the-best-job-for-stay-at-home-moms/.
Mom-blogger Beth Anne created Brilliant Business Moms “for the mom bloggers, the Etsy shop owners, the retailers, the designers, the crafters, the photographers, the writers, and the DIYers… “ and all the other “-er’s” trying to do the side hustle while parenting. Beth Anne offers emotional support and advice on how to blend business and family responsibilities successfully, as well as practical tips for operating a home business, whatever the type.
Not only does she understand how to pursue success, she also knows the route to failure. Check out this post on Three Surefire Ways to Fail at Business: http://www.brilliantbusinessmoms.com/3-surefire-ways-fail-business/.
15) Practical Mommy:
This blog is aimed at Moms, although much of the content applies just as easily to Dads as well as to non-parents. It’s filled with life hacks, mom hacks, recipes and parenting advice.
However, there’s also an entire section devoted to learning how to make money by blogging. There’s a free “Start a Blog” e-course, a free Facebook page e-course and a detailed How-To Guide filled with excellent pointers and tips.
Even when you work at home, it’s still hard to get dinner on the table. That’s why we like this post by blog master Kristen: http://www.practicalmommy.com/7-easy-weeknight-dinners/.
16) One Savvy Mompreneur:
Dread the thought of leaving your new baby to the care of strangers (loving though they may be) to go back to work? Or are you just tired of the daily grind and longing for a little more creativity and freedom?
Roz K. Walker had entrepreneurship in her blood. She’d already started and operated a number of her own business ventures by the time she graduated high school. However, after college, she opted for the predictability of a typical corporate America job. She had a good income, but by the time her youngest child came along, she was ready to spend more time at home.
Walker’s blog details her work at home journey and is filled with helpful articles and tips. You can also access her book, “20 Savvy Startups Moms Can Launch for $1000 or less.” It’s filled with practical advice as well as motivation and encouragement.
Ever feel like a failure? You might relate to this post by Walker: http://onesavvymompreneur.com/why-women-entrepreneurs-need-to-fail-at-something-this-week/.
17) The Good Enuf Mommy:
An admitted perfectionist, the Mom-blogger of The Good Enuf Mommy learned to embrace her perceived shortcomings as a parent. She found success in sharing stories of her parenting journey in her blog, while making money off of ads, product reviews and more. The Good Enuf Mommy is very relatable and Moms will feel a connection and a sense of empowerment when reading her stories, advice and business ventures.
We especially like this post about how to create content that people will naturally want to share: https://www.goodenufmommy.com/2016/01/top-5-tips-to-write-share-worthy-blog.html.
18) The Grumpy Mommy:
Mom-blogger Cindy is a Certified Health Coach who was feeling the stress of balancing a career and family life. She began blogging in 2016 as a creative outlet, and soon found herself able to make money at it. The Grumpy Mommy is an ideal mix of personal anecdotes, stories, advice, money-making tips and general ranting about the woes of being a Mom.
Here’s one of our favorite posts, Cindy’s humorous take on the tooth fairy: http://www.thegrumpymommy.com/damn-tooth-fairy/.
Today’s Work at Home Mom features an aesthetically-appealing, fun design as well as lots of great information on all things related to making money from home. It has a “work at home” section as well as “home business” section with multiple sub-categories with practical business tips. You’ll also find blog posts written by a variety of different Mom-bloggers.
If you have ever wanted to quit your regular job in favor of a work at home one, but were worried about losing out on your benefits, this post is for you: http://todaysworkathomemom.com/work-at-home-jobs-with-benefits/.
20) Home With the Kids:
Mom Stephanie Foster was a medical transcriptionist working out of her home and making a livable income. When she told people what she did for a living, they were always curious. They wanted to know how she got into that line of work. Some were skeptical that someone could actually earn a living from one’s desk at home. Was she sure it wasn`t a scam?
Of course she was sure, and it was that curiosity and skepticism that lead her to start Home With the Kids. She features legitimate work at home jobs and opportunities, as well as tips and encouragement for those who want to make this lifestyle successful, particularly mothers with young children. The site itself is quite minimalist, but the information is helpful, and Foster is authentic and honest in her efforts to help others do what she does, including advice on how to avoid work at home scams.
Check out this article on that very topic, great advice for detecting scams masquerading as “opportunities” or “jobs”: http://www.homewiththekids.com/blog/avoid-work-at-home-job-scams/
This faith-based site was created by Jill Hart who, thanks to her entrepreneurial Dad, learned early in life the benefits of self-employment. Coming from a Christian background, Hart incorporates her faith into her site. However, the site has broad appeal no matter what one’s faith, or even no particular faith.
CWAHM visitors can get work at home coaching or get matched up with other work at home entrepreneurs for personalized mentoring. The site also contains articles and other content related to faith and work at home issues.
The CWAHM blog contains posts written by a variety of talented authors, and not just female ones. We like this post from a CWAHM Dad: http://cwahm.com/brad-washburn/.
22) Jessi Fearon:
Although not a dedicated work at home site, Jessi Fearon’s budgeting blog contains a section on blogging for revenue. It includes blogging tips, a guide for developing a Pinterest strategy for driving traffic to your blog, and a How to Self Publish a Book guide. There’s also tons of advice on how to save money, live on a budget and get out (and stay out) of debt.
Read how Fearon managed to pay off $5000 of debt in one month here: https://jessifearon.com/2015/08/we-paid-off-5000-of-debt-in-1-month.html.
23) The Take Action WAHM:
Kelly Cannon de Borda is mom of two teenage boys and lives in Lima, Peru. De Borda’s goal in starting The Take Action WAHM (work at home Mom) was simple: stay home with her kids while still being able to contribute to the household finances. De Borda draws upon her years of experience doing just and offers tips and advice specifically to other Moms who want to do the same thing.
Although the site is targeted to Moms, the advice is applicable to anyone who wants to make in income through blogging. The site is filled with articles on a variety of topics, from how to install affiliate banners on a Web page to how to create catchy, relevant graphics, and more.
Here’s one of those practical articles on the topic of content marketing: http://www.thetakeactionwahm.com/6-content-marketing-tips-for-more-traffic/
24) Money Making Mommy:
Money Making Mommy Kelly Land started out like most college grads: working in her field of study at a 9 to 5 job. She enjoyed the work, but not the commute and the other expenses associated with a career. Then she had children, and THEN she lost that job.
It was a crossroad that caused her to re-examine her life and her priorities. Did she really want to find another job, put her children back in daycare, and say goodbye to them for ten to twelve hours, five days each week? She decided to try working at home instead and found satisfaction and success. She created Money Making Mommy as a resource for other Moms. The site includes sections on work at home jobs, direct sales opportunities, job leads, blogging for income and WAHM e-courses.
Here is one of Land’s articles, a practical, step-by-step guide on how to create your first blog: http://www.moneymakingmommy.com/starting-a-blog.
25) Workers on Board:
Mom-blogger Alicia Washington has three children and makes her living from home from Workers on Board. The site contains an extensive section on “work at home jobs” that can be used as a resource for leaving the daily grind and making an income from your home office.
There’s also a section devoted entirely to blogging (and making it pay). You’ll also get access to Alicia’s Work @ Home book and Work @ Home course. There are even free coupons to download!
We like this post of Alicia’s on passive income: https://www.workersonboard.com/passive-income/
Blogger Giustina had a knack for being crafty and creative in the kitchen. With encouragement from friends and family (who were always asking her, “How did you do that?!”), she created Domestically Blissful to share her love of creativity.
Giustina also shares some of her secrets for blogging success on Domestically Blissful. There’s a full section of resources for bloggers plus articles on topics blog-related. Here’s one we think you’ll find useful: http://domesticallyblissful.com/5-ways-to-monetize-your-blog/.
27) Home Based Mommie:
We love this site, created by Alicia Washington, who also owns Workers on Board (https://www.workersonboard.com/), because it’s so comprehensive. You’ll find tons of leads for work at home jobs as well as a section on how to start and monetize your own blog. You can also sign up for Washington’s two-hour Work @ Home course which will help you learn about what it takes to work from home.
Not sure if the work-at-home thing is for you? Check out this article, great for those who are just dabbling with the idea of earning an income from home: https://homebasedmommie.com/16-cool-work-at-home-jobs-for-beginners/.
28) The Drifting Desk:
Like many new college grads, Lisa ????? was broke and needed money, so she took a job that had nothing to do with what she’d studied. It wasn’t even something she was passionate about; it was just a way to pay the bills.
After saving up enough money to get by for awhile, she quit her job and started doing social media and network marketing online from home. She even combined it with one of her other passions: essential oils, which she sold from her Website. The Drifting Desk aims to spark people to pursue their work-at-home dreams with tips, hints and advice on getting started.
29) What Mommy Does:
CPA turned stay-at-home Mom Lena is passionate about managing her money and helping others do the same. After leaving her career to stay at home with her children, she began blogging as both a means of creative outlet and a way to bring in an income.
In addition to resources on how to create a successful, money-making blog, readers will also find a plethora of advice on managing money. Not only that, but Lena shares personal stories and even tips on how to take memorable family vacation on a budget.
We particularly like this post on “How to Know If You’ll Be a Good Blogger”: https://www.whatmommydoes.com/how-to-know-if-youll-be-a-good-blogger.
30) Blog Tyrant:
This just happens to be one of a small percentage of sites on our list that isn’t Mom-themed. Blogger Ramsay, “the Blog Tyrant,” began working from home full-time in his twenties as a blogger. He even sold one of his blogs early on for $20,000. It was this sale that fueled his excitement for teaching others how to do what he does.
Blog Tyrant offers a variety of resources, including personal advice, a free blogging report, and access to the Blog Tyrant’s e-book. Here is one of our favorite posts, Ramsay’s advice on What to Do When Your Child Wants to be a Blogger (gasp!): https://www.blogtyrant.com/what-to-do-when-your-child-says-they-want-to-be-a-blogger/
31) DIY Mogul:
More than a “how-to-freelance” site, DIY Mogul is about embracing a lifestyle. Blessed with a career that allowed blogger Jassmine to provide for her family, it didn’t leave her time to be a Girl Scout Mom or participate in school field trips with her kids.
Jassmine wanted a work-at-home job that would give her the income she needed but also the flexibility she craved. She began blogging about what she loved, which was being creative. Not only will you find lots of cool DIY tips and projects on DIY Mogul, there’s also a whole section devoted to how to start your own blog just like Jassmine did. You can also find Jassmine’s “Blogging 101” tutorial here.
We like this post by Jassmine on writing your first blog post: https://diymogul.com/how-to-successfully-write-and-post-a-blog-entry/.
32) Create and Go:
Alex and Lauren, a young couple from Texas, felt overworked and unable to spend quality time together. Both wanted to travel, but knew that they would need more money AND more time to accomplish this dream. So Lauren, a CPA, and Alex, a personal trainer, worked full time at starting blogs (on top of their regular full time jobs).
Soon they were bringing in more than $100,000 a year just from their online endeavors. They quit their jobs and now help others leave corporate America to a life with more freedom. On Create and Go, you’ll find information on how to start and launch a blog, how to get Web traffic to your blog and how to monetize it. You’ll also find a section devoted to blogging tools.
If you’re a newbie blogger, you’ll appreciate this Create and Go post: https://www.createandgo.co/what-is-a-blog.
33) Click Start Club:
Randa (The Bewitchin’ Kitchen) and Stacie (Simply Stacie) were already successful bloggers in their niches. However, they realized that, when they began adding their own high-quality photographs to their sites, traffic and engagement increased exponentially.
Now the two have teamed up and created Click Start Club, a blog that teaches others how to integrate photography effectively into their own sites. Readers can learn how to take better pictures, how to effectively edit their photography, plus get general blogging and business help. They even offer personalized consulting sessions.
Here’s a really informative article on a topic that is rarely addressed among bloggers: https://clickstartclub.com/insurance-blog/.
34) Allison Lindstrom/The Blogging Business Club:
New mother Alison Lindstrom began blogging in 2015. She had minimal expectations of her new hobby. However, within a few months she began earning a few dollars from her blog.
Today, she makes more money from home than she ever made when she worked a traditional job. She’s able to stay home with her son, and she now teaches others to do the same thing. The Blogging Business Club is aimed at women and filled with lessons, tips and videos on blogging for an income.
We like Lindstrom’s advice in this post on finding your blogging niche: https://allisonlindstrom.com/blog/find-your-blogging-niche-starting-a-blog-tip.
35) Believe in a Budget:
Blogger Kristin Larsen is passionate about budgeting as much as she is about blogging. She is able to combine both of these passions in Believe in a Budget, which teaches readers the ins and outs of blogging as well as living within a budget and saving money.
We like Believe in a Budget because it’s not just packed with great info on how to start a blog, but also advice that you won’t find on a lot of other work at home sites. This includes instruction on how to use Pinterest effectively to drive traffic and capture the attention of search engines, as well as how to start a “side hustle.”
Here’s a post by Larsen we think will be helpful if you’re looking for the right side hustle: https://www.believeinabudget.com/find-the-right-side-hustle/.
36) The Busy Budgeter:
Mom and self-proclaimed “Budget Guru” Rosemarie Groner has a passion for saving money, which is why she started The Busy Budgeter. It’s full of money-saving ideas geared especially toward families, and Groner has even written a course called “The 90-Day Budget Boot Camp.” There is also a section on how to start your own blog.
Here’s a useful post by Groner on starting a profitable blog: https://www.busybudgeter.com/best-free-guide-to-start-a-profitable-blog/.
37) 0Caroline Vencil:
Caroline Vencil’s site has a decidedly feminine theme to it, but the information and resources are universal. Vencil is a self-proclaimed “frugalista” with a knack for stretching a dollar.
She began blogging for fun, but (to her surprise), was able to monetize it and make money. Vencil now blogs full time AND homeschools her three children. Her site includes sections on making money, saving money, blogging and “side hustles that work.” Plus, she offers her free workbook with 50 ways to save money.
Want to save more money in 2018? You’ll appreciate this post by Caroline: https://www.carolinevencil.com/stop-spending-money-you-dont-have/.
38) Club Thrifty:
Married couple and parents of two, Greg and Holly Johnson are dedicated to sharing money-saving discoveries and advice for families. The site is geared toward saving money and finding bargains rather than working at home, but putting their tips to work in your own family may be as effective as getting a second income.
The Johnson’s even show you how to take an exotic family vacation on a budget. Check out this post for yourself: https://clubthrifty.com/save-money-in-bora-bora/.
39) Side Hustle & Save:
Blogger and side hustle pro Nicki Lee says “there are really only 2 routes to failure: quit … or don’t ask for help.” Lee offers readers that help in Side Hustle & Save. It’s a practical mix of money-saving and budgeting advice as well as how-to-make-money-at-home guide.
The site contains several sections, including home business ideas, work from home jobs, blogging advice and a free resource library. Plus, Lee offers her own perspective in her personal blog.
Here’s a great post by Nicki Lee for those who are new to the work at home world: http://sidehustleandsave.com/category/make-money/work-at-home/.
40) His and Her Money:
Talaat and Tai McNeely were high school sweethearts who brought two very different styles of budgeting and spending into their marriage. In time, Tai (the saver) and Talaat (the spender), learned to work together to conquer debt and work within a budget that both could live within. Now they help others, particularly couples, achieve the same kind of financial harmony.
So, while not specfically a work at home site, you’ll find tons of practical info that you can put to use at home to SAVE money, which is almost like a side hustle. Here’s a post we like about simplifying your budget: http://www.hisandhermoney.com/10-ways-to-simplify-your-budget/.
41) Wallet Hacks:
Although not specifically a “work at home” site, Wallet Hacks will help you learn to spend frugally, save money and use credit responsibly. Dad Jim Wang admits that he learned what he knows through trial-and-error, not in college or on the job. This is one of the reasons we love this site: he’s an average guy just like everyone else and very easy to relate to, as well as inspiring.
We think you’ll appreciate this post on taking the easier route to saving money: https://personalprofitability.com/budgeting-to-save-money-is-like-excercise-to-lose-weight/.
42) VTX Capital:
VTX Capital covers a broad range of financial topics and is not specifically dedicated to work at home jobs. However, it does contain sections on “How to Make Money Online,” “How to Make Money from Home” and “Work at Home Jobs.” Additionally, there’s tons of helpful information on all things money-related, such as budgeting, how to save money, maintaining a good credit score and more.
Here is VTX Capital’s take on eleven of the best work at home jobs: https://www.vtxcapital.com/work-from-home-jobs/.
Eric Rosenberg holds an MBA in Finance and worked a regular job for years. Eventually, though, he gave up corporate life to work full-time online and now has more time to enjoy the sunny beaches of California where this Colorado native now lives. In Personal Profitability, he shares how he went to college for free, pays off his credit card balance every month, and still gets to travel and enjoy what life has to offer.
You’ll find access to his free guide here on his site, as well as this fun and practical post on treating your significant other without breaking your bank account: https://personalprofitability.com/5-simple-ways-make-spouses-day-without-breaking-bank/.
44) Money Hero Blog:
Blogger Ricky, the “Money Hero” grew up in a home with six children where money was tight. Through hard work in school and with the help of loans and credit, he managed to work his way through college. He came out with a Computer Science degree and $66K in debt, which was more than a year’s salary at his first professional job.
Ricky knew he needed to discipline himself and be a better financial steward in order to tackle that debt. He budgeted, tracked his spending religiously, and made lifestyle changes that would allow him to cut his living expenses. He did all this so he could pay off his debt. The Money Hero Blog is packed with practical advice on all kinds of personal financial topics. It also has a section devoted entirely to creating a money-making blog, as well as a “make money” section with ideas for making money on the side in your spare time.
Check out this post for four ways to make some side cash: http://www.moneyheroblog.com/4-easy-ways-make-extra-money-each-month/.
Blogger Jim Blankenship is a private, independent financial planner who created Financial Ducks in a Row to inspire others to become financially independent. In his work as a financial planner, Blankenship makes no commissions and works on a fees-only structure, which we think makes his advice trustworthy and valuable.
Check out this advice Blankenship offers on drawing from your 401K without having to pay penalties: https://financialducksinarow.com/9471/16-ways-to-withdraw-money-from-your-401k-without-penalty/.
46) The Reformed Broker:
Joshua Brown is a financial advisor from New York City. You won’t find products for sale or affiliate links on The Reformed Broker. Instead, Brown aims to offer his insights and advice on the market, personal finances and other relevant topics.
We found this post of Brown’s on cryptocurrency investment particularly interesting: http://thereformedbroker.com/2018/01/07/the-fatal-mistake-crypto-investors-are-making-now/.
Ben Carlson, CFA, is Director of Institutional Asset Management. Carlson has had much recognition for his expertise in the field of financial management, including being named to the Investment News 40 Under 40 list of top financial advisors in 2017. He has authored several books, which can be found through this site. The site is also packed with information on investing.
Find links to Carlson’s podcasts, which includes one of our favorites on hedge funds: http://awealthofcommonsense.com/2018/01/animal-spirits-episode-11-hedge-fund-myths-casual-investing-advice/.
48) Ms. Cheat Sheet:
Kathryn Cicoletti brings 13 years of hedge fund experience into Ms. Cheat Sheet. She is now an independent consultant and is passionate about educating others on financial topics in ways that are entertaining and engaging as well as easy to understand.
Here’s a cool vid by Cicoletti: https://mscheatsheet.com/little-red-ms-cheat-sheet-on-investing-book-fandb/.
Some of the most effective lessons are learned through failure. This is certainly true for Internet entrepreneur Kevin Charlie. He left his father’s well-established family business to work an online venture… that failed.
Kevin Charlie wanted to quit (and beg his Dad to take him back). Instead, he took what he had learned and came back bigger, better and more effective. He shares his secrets learned through failure, offering free tools (including an e-book) and resources to others with the drive to start a successful, money-making blog.
Before you post that first blog, read this Kevin Charlie post: https://www.kevcharlie.com/blog-title-ideas/.
50) Adam Connell:
Adam Connell dabbled in Web design, creating Websites that didn’t end up making any money. However, each site that failed to make money was a lesson in what to do better. Eventually, he hit on the right formula. Now he shares his secrets with others who want to do the same.
Check out this post by Connell on the importance of email lists: https://www.adamconnell.me/strategic-content-for-list-building/.
51) Proofread Anywhere:
Caitlin Pyle was an American student studying in Germany. It was there that she began proofreading other students’ essays. It turned out that she had a knack for spotting errors. She later began doing proofreading of court transcriptions, work that kept her busy and brought in a good income.
Pyle gained a lot of experience and a unique insight into the proofreading business and decided to share that with her own blog. She offers that knowledge to others in the form of proofreading courses. Her site is also filled with resources to help people start their own websites, and words of encouragement for those who desire to work from home and be their own boss.
This post features an inspiring story of one successful WAH proofreader: https://proofreadanywhere.com/linsey-made-extra-3000-proofreading-part-time/.
52) Transcribe Anywhere:
Janet Shaughnessy had a career in administration in the insurance and medical industries. However, Shaughnessy found it necessary to work from home in the early 2000’s, so she began doing medical transcription work.
This lead her to start her own transcription services company, Zoom. As work got busier, Shaughnessy found herself spending too much of her time training her new hires one at a time. She began developing transcription courses, which are available on Transcribe Anywhere. Shaughnessy helps others learn how to transcribe and to find transcription work with TranscribeAnywhere.com
Here’s another success story post of a Mom who found work at home: https://transcribeanywhere.com/stay-at-home-mom-part-time-general-transcriptionist/.
The Work Anywhere Life is another of Caitlyn Pyle’s (https://proofreadanywhere.com) online ventures, one that she shares with her husband, Ben. Together, the couple was able to ditch the 9 to 5 life and make a six-figure income online. It has allowed them to pursue their mutual love of traveling. They even spent a year living in Ecuador.
The Work Anywhere Life is equal parts of instruction and inspiration. There are resources and courses on topics like starting an online business, how to work AND travel and more, plus personal stories from both Ben and Caitlyn.
We like this post by Caitlyn on crucial business skills: https://www.theworkanywherelife.com/business-skills-you-actually-need/.
“Mama Bear” Dr. Vanessa Rouse began blogging and writing children’s books so that she could stay at home with her children. The result of her dedication is a slew of delightful, whimsical and beautifully-illustrated children’s books. Mama Bear Bedtime Books is filled with anecdotes and personal reflections of her life as a stay-at-home Mom.
Her blog posts cover subjects that every Mom can relate to, including recipes, like this mouth watering one that kids will die for: http://mamabearbedtimebooks.blogspot.ca/2015/02/banana-cheese-french-toast.html
Joseph Hogue graduated from college and got a job in his chosen field. He made a respectable salary and was on a career path that was leading to bigger things…. but he hated his job. He finally gave in to that little voice that was telling him, “there has to be more to life than this” in 2013. He now makes a full-time income as a blogger and freelance writer.
Why I Work From Home Money is rife with tips for doing the same thing he did. You’ll find a “how to make money” directory of money-making ideas, a step-by-step “create a blog”guide plus hundreds of related articles and stories to motivate and inform you.
Check out this post by blog on a work at home topic that is rarely addressed: https://myworkfromhomemoney.com/anonymous-blogging.
56) Work at Home Success:
Work at Home Success owner and Mom-blogger Leslie Truex proves that working at home is a viable long-term option. Work at Home Success is one of the Internet’s oldest work at home sites, established in 1998 and still going strong. It even predates Google!
Her story is similar to that of other Moms. Wanting to stay at home with her young children without giving up an income, she learned how to become successful at making an income from home. On Work at Home Success, you’ll find work at home job coaching, a WAH job board, a substantial section on home business ideas, advice on making money by freelancing, blogging and affiliate marketing, and a helpful section identifying and avoiding work at home scams.
Check out Truex’s take on the best WAH jobs for 2018: https://www.workathomesuccess.com/best-work-at-home-jobs-for-2018/.
57) My Wife Quit Her Job:
Steve Chou and his wife were young urban professionals with so-called “good” careers. They made enough money to live a comfortable life, but they spent a lot of time commuting, and a lot of time wondering if there was more to life than the daily grind.
When Chou’s wife got pregnant with their first child, there was no way she wanted to go back to a job she hated and leave her precious baby with someone else. So the couple began researching ways to replace her income from home, and eventually started an online retail business. It was more successful than they could have dreamed. Now they use what they have learned to help others who want to enter the world of niche selling online. The site has numerous resources, plus access to Chou’s book, “Create A Niche Online Store in 5 Easy Steps.”
Read about some of Steve Chou’s lessons on happiness for entrepreneurs here: https://mywifequitherjob.com/10-lessons-for-entrepreneurs-on-finding-happiness/.
58) Natalie Bacon:
Natalie Bacon refers to her site as “the modern girl’s survival guide.” Bacon was an attorney with a six-figure job… but she hated it. She quit to become a financial planner. Although her salary was half what she made as a lawyer, she had a much deeper passion for it.
This passion lead her to start blogging about money and financial planning, and now she makes an income from her blog, too. Here, readers will find an entire section of courses on blogging for an income as well as personal finance.
Check out Natalie Bacon’s post on the ups and downs of monetizing your blog: https://nataliebacon.com/six-figure-blogger/.
59) The Sweetest Way:
Leah Davis’ goal was to develop a “location independent lifestyle.” In other words, she didn’t want to be tied down to one place by a job: she wanted to travel. Working online was the ideal solution for Davis, and The Sweetest Way is both a chronicle of her nomadic lifestyle and a “how-to” for others to copy.
On The Sweetest Way, you’ll find a variety of resources to help you get started and maintain success at making money from wherever you happen to be. This includes sections devoted to blogging for profit, freelancing, dropshipping, affiliate marketing and more.
Intrigued by the idea of dropshipping? Here’s an informative post to further pique your interest: https://www.thesweetestway.com/dropshipping-faqs/.
60) Simply Stacie:
Former full-time accountant and CGA Stacie left her job and its healthy income in 2007 to be a stay at home Mom. Giving up her predictable income was scary, but she learned how to make blogging her new profession. Simply Stacie is an endearing mix of personal anecdotes, Mom-life stories, recipes, book reviews, budgeting and more, plus advice for other Moms who dream of making a living while being available to raise their children full time.
Who better to dispense money-saving advice to families than a former accountant? You’ll appreciate this post of Stacie’s on budget-friendly family hobbies: https://www.simplystacie.net/2018/01/budget-friendly-hobbies/.
61) Alyssa Ink:
Alyssa Ink has made her living through various online ventures for years. A Certified Social Media Manager, Alyssa blogs, works with other individuals and companies on content marketing, organization, productivity and social media. Her specialty is Pinterest marketing.
Alyssa Ink shares many of her own tips and tricks of the trade on her blog, and you’ll also get access to her tutorials and other tools and resources. Readers can join her “Women of Online Business” Facebook group for even more entrepreneurial encouragement and ideas.
Check out Alyssa Ink’s article on her speciality, Pinterest: https://alyssa.ink/blog/how-to-find-and-join-pinterest-group-boards.
62) Freelance Lady:
“Freelance Lady” Emily once worked in the content marketing business. Then motherhood began pulling at her heartstrings, so she left her job and began freelancing from home. Not only does she maintain a healthy income from her online ventures, she also homeschools her children.
Freelance Mom is fun and entertaining site, touching on a variety of different aspects of Mom-life in addition to work at home and blogging advice. Here’s one of our favorite posts of hers: http://www.freelancelady.com/2017/07/50-online-jobs-without-investment.html.
Not many bloggers can claim the kind of fame that Holly Reisem Hanna can. The Work at Home Woman was named one of the top websites for your career by Forbes. Hanna appreciates the nod, but fame was not was she was after: she just wanted to stay at home with her baby.
Hanna took her writing hobby and turned it into a career by starting The Work at Home Mom. Aimed at women just like her (but filled with information that anyone can use), Hanna offers encouragement, resources, work at home ideas, plus a section on work at home jobs and business opportunities.
In this post, Hanna shares her picks for the best work from home jobs for 2018: https://www.theworkathomewoman.com/best-work-from-home-jobs/.
64) Smart Passive Income:
Family man Pat Flynn was working at a great company in the field of architecture, which he had studied and trained for in college. Working for himself, or from home, was not on his radar at all until the economic crash of 2008. Like many Americans, he found himself out of a job and wondering what to do.
Prior to graduating college, Flynn had started an architectural website as a way to help himself study for his final exam. Now he returned to that site and figured out how to monetize it. Smart Passive Income is Flynn’s vehicle for sharing what he learned with others so that they can pursue their own passive income ventures.
We picked this post as a fave because of Flynn’s great advice on timely use of affiliate links: https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/podcasts/places-to-include-an-affiliate-link/.
65) Dumb Passive Income:
This blog may very well be the most unique one on our list. That’s because Matthew Allen was not a CEO or a 9-to-fiver caught in the daily grind. Matthew Allen was a truck driver. Neither was he looking to leave trucking for a work at home life. He still drives that truck, but now he also makes a steady income on the side. He didn’t have to give up trucking, nor any of his precious family time when he’s not on the road.
On his site you’ll find a variety of helpful information on how to get a passive income stream going for yourself. Allen covers topics like Amazon selling, affiliate programs and other money-making opportunities, plus how to do effective keyword research and how to set up a passive income website. Best of all, almost all of the tips and info on the site are free.
You’ll enjoy this post in Allen’s “Dumb Stuff” section, a mish-mash of posts on things related to making money at home: https://dumbpassiveincome.com/imaginary-experience-full-time-internet-marketer/.
66) Budgets are Sexy:
Blogger J. Money looks more like a rock star than a budget guru, and it makes him very relatable. He learned how to budget when he bought his first house and was hit with the reality of life with a mortgage. He soon developed a passion for squeezing as much juice from a dollar as possible.
Budgets are Sexy contains J. Money’s insights and lessons on subjects like side hustles, the best credit cards, budgeting tools and apps, saving for retirement and more. You’ll even find free budget templates.
His post on 70 ways to make money is one of our favorites: http://www.budgetsaresexy.com/ways-to-make-money/.
67) Side Hustle Nation:
Nick Loper calls himself “Chief Side Hustler” at Side Hustle Nation. He started the site because (in his own words), “what’s riskier: starting a business, or relying on your job as your only source of income?”
Loper once worked a traditional full-time corporate job and built his online business on the side: his “side hustle.” Now his boss is himself and his full-time job is a mix of running his side hustles and coaching others who have similar dreams. Side Hustle Nation contains information on blogging, self-publishing, freelancing and more.
Here’s one of our favorite Loper posts on where to find side hustles: https://www.sidehustlenation.com/find-side-hustle-gigs/.
68) Location Rebel:
“Head Rebel” Sean thought he was living the American dream. As a financial analyst in the corporate world, he had a nice office with a spectacular view and a big enough income to live comfortably in Portland, Oregon. The problem was that he wasn’t happy or fulfilled. “It didn’t matter if I gave 110% effort or 10% effort.. the compensation and the recognition would all be the same.”
What he really wanted from life was to travel. So he quit his job, sold his possessions and moved to Thailand, and documented it all in a blog. From Thailand he did online freelance work while growing his blog into something that would make money. Location Rebel, says Sean, is a culmination of that journey. Sean continues to share his personal experiences here as well as resources (including a six-part course) for working from home (or Thailand or anywhere else in the world).
We recommend this post if working at home is your goal for 2018: https://www.locationrebel.com/how-to-build-a-niche-site/.
Natalie Sisson longed for a freer lifestyle. She especially wanted to travel the world, and since 2010 she has seen 70 countries. Her online ventures have funded her world travel and allowed her to buy a home in Portugal where she spends her summers.
Sisson’s current mission is to help 1,000,000+ entrepreneurs create true freedom in life by 2020. The Suitcase Entrepreneur is one of the ways she is reaching out to those people. Readers can get their hands on Sisson’s various books, courses on making money online or join the Suitcase Entrepreneur community.
In this post, Sisson shares one of her secrets for how to save money when traveling and working an online business: https://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/save-money-housesitting/.
Sophie Lizard had worked in several fields before finding herself jobless, homeless, broke…. and pregnant. With nowhere else to turn, she began freelancing as an online writer, including as a blogger.
Lizard’s philosophy is that you don’t have to be an expert on some topic be a successful blogger. You just have to be an expert at blogging.
Today, Lizard works part-time hours and makes enough money to support her whole family. Part of how she does this is teaching others how to become expert bloggers. The training you’ll find on Be a Freelance Blogger includes topics like how to find clients and how to get started in 28 days.
Here’s a post we like about keeping calm and sane as a blogger: http://beafreelanceblogger.com/more-backup-plans/.
71) The Write Life:
This site is dedicated entirely to making money through writing, online and in print, from home. There’s advice, tips and resources for all kinds of writers using a variety of platforms: blogging, freelancing for other sites/publications or self-publishing.
Get your name out there with the information in this post: https://thewritelife.com/get-paid-to-write-articles-10-magazines-that-pay/.
72) Chris Guillebeau:
One of Chris Guillebeau’s driving personal philosophies is that “people don’t have to experience life in the way they been told to.” He applies this to every area of his life, including his work, and includes a generous helping of world travel. Travel blogging is just one part of how he supports himself. He also blogs about entrepreneurship, writes books, hosts events and produces his podcast, “Side Hustle School.”
This site, in our opinion, is one of the top three most interesting, dynamic and inspiring on this list, and this post of his is one of our favorites: https://chrisguillebeau.com/dont-feel-pressured-to-find-your-lifes-purpose/.
73) Tropical MBA:
Business partners Dan Andrews and Ian Shoen founded a successful ecommerce company in 2007. They sold it in 2015 to pursue something new, something that would be just as successful but would free them from the confines of a traditional office.
The Tropical MBA is their way of bringing together a like-minded community of people who want to work differently. The duo also hosts a weekly podcast and shares insights and ideas in their blog. This one on early retirement is one of our favorites: http://www.tropicalmba.com/the-cult-of-early-retirement-meets-or-strangely-doesnt-meet-the-cult-of-entrepreneurship/.
Angie, “The Work at Home Wife,” makes her living from home and wants to help others do the same. The Work at Home Wife is filled with tools, resources and advice on how to do that. The site contains sections on working at home either full or part time, extra cash ideas, how to start a blog for profit, general blogging tips, WAH job leads and more.
This post of Angie’s is an inspiring one for starting 2018 on a high note: https://theworkathomewife.com/new-year/.
Mom Lisa Mills has been working at home since the 1990’s. She’s done all kinds of different things, from eBay selling to stock trading. Work at Home Mom Revolution is a culmination of the lessons she has learned through experience.
The site has a ton of practical information, including finding training courses for home-based careers, work at home job leads, home business ideas and tips on starting a money-making blog. We like this article of Mills’ because it explores a unique work-at-home job: https://workathomemomrevolution.com/research-opportunities/6-companies-that-hire-home-based-court-researchers/.
While this site is a little bit less personal than many of the sites on our list, it is also one of the most content-rich. Readers will find hundreds of pages of articles related to working at home, from home-based business ideas to how to make a few quick bucks on the side.
There are also sections on how to start a blog, where to find useful e-courses and work at home job leads. One of the sections that intrigued us was one on “non-phone jobs,” a subject that is rarely explored on WAH sites.
Here’s a cool post on ways to make money using Google: https://realwaystoearnmoneyonline.com/make-money-online-with-google/.
Free Work at Home Guide is another site that is less personal, but contains a plethora of practical info on work at home topics. Readers can find tons of leads for WAH jobs in a variety of fields, from writing to typing to customer-service work. If it’s just a little extra cash you’re looking for and not necessarily a career shift, there is a section on that subject, too.
We like this post and recommend it for those who have always wanted to work from home but weren’t sure what to do: http://www.freeworkathomeguide.com/9-easy-work-home-jobs-require-little-zero-work-experience/.
This site grew from a personal blog to one that is now team-owned and managed and absolutely jam-packed with leads for paid work that you can do from home. That includes both side jobs (one-time only jobs for extra pocket cash) and ongoing work at home jobs.
We like this post about a side hustle that few people know even exists: https://wahadventures.com/website-tester-job-home/.
Blogger Brok is quick to admit he is “not an online guru.” Rather, he was (and still is) an average guy who wanted to find a viable way to make money from home. He soon learned that there were a lot of work from home scams, and it was sometimes difficult to tell them apart from the legitimate opportunities.
It took him a few years, but eventually he found success. He started Full Time Job from Home to help others like him sift through the scams to find authentic work from home jobs.
If you’re thinking of blogging for cash, check out this post of Brok’s: https://fulltimejobfromhome.com/how-to-start-a-profitable-wordpress-blog-for-cheap/.
Site owner Shay tried just about every work at home job you can imagine. The result is a wealth of hands-on experience which she now shares with readers. Her mission is to help others find their dream home based career.
Dream Home Based Work is an extremely comprehensive Website. We love this one because it delves into niches not explored by many of the other work at home/side jobs sites out there. (Did you know you can earn money just from using certain apps on your phone?) It also has a super comprehensive work at home jobs directory, beautifully organized by category.
New to the side income/work at home gig? Check out Shay’s picks for the best work at home prospects for 2018: https://www.dreamhomebasedwork.com/popular-side-cash-earners-in-2017/.
81) Finding Work at Home Jobs:
Mom-to-be Melina wanted to be able to quit her job to be a stay-at-home Mom. However, her income was needed, and even more so now that she and her husband were adding children to their family. She knew there were a lot of scams out there, but also knew there had to be legitimate work, too. She just didn’t know how to find it.
Fast forward to 2018, and Melina now has two children and has been working from home for over a decade. Finding Work at Home is just one of her ventures, and she draws on her experience finding work at home jobs to give others the confidence she lacked when she first decided to stay at home.
We like this post by Melina on a topic that many WAH would-be’s don’t necessarily think about: https://www.findingworkathomejobs.com/prepare-to-work-from-home.html.
This site is managed by Shay of Dream Home Based Work (previously profiled). It contains much of the same information as Dream Home Based Work, but has far more content: more than 15 pages worth. We already loved Shay… now we just love her more.
Did you know that you might actually be able to make money holding babies? Check out this post by Shay: http://www.freeworkathomeguide.com/make-money-as-a-professional-cuddler/.
This site is (obviously) marketed at Moms. However, you don’t have to be a Mom, or even a female, to appreciate the content here. Alaina Forbes has five kids whom she homeschools, and she still manages to make an online income at the same time. If she can do it, anyone can!
Telecommuting Mommies has a work at home job directory, an “extra money” section, a “blogging for money” and more. Plus, there’s an excellent section on how to detect work at home scams. Check it out here: https://www.telecommutingmommies.com/scams/.
84) Elna Cain:
Elna Cain is a Mom of twins who happens to have a way with words. She put this talent to use as a freelance writer so she could stay at home with her babies. She admits that it wasn’t an easy start, but she built her business from scratch with very little investment. Now she makes a livable income doing what she does.
Cain shares her story and her advice, learned firsthand, on this site. It’s dedicated to finding writing-related jobs and training and is ideal for those who want to break into the freelance writing market.
Here’s an article that caught our attention, written especially for those who want to create a blog for their business (whatever it is) but aren’t sure where to begin: https://elnacain.com/blog/how-to-start-a-blog/.
85) The Horkey Handbook:
Horkey Handbook is dedicated solely to the virtual assistant gig. Readers will find a vast number of resources including training courses for learning how to become a virtual assistant, where to find virtual assistant jobs and information on how to start your own virtual assistant home business.
If the virtual assistant role appeals to you, you’ll enjoy reading the Horkey Handbook blog. Check out this virtual assistant success story.
Mom and avid cook Chelsea started Chelsea’s Messy Apron with the hope of earning a bit of extra cash. She was blown away when, after the first year, her site made $40,000.
87) It’s a Lovely Life:
Heather Delaney Reese’s personal blog grew into a whole-family gig. Reese blogs about family life, which includes several months per year of traveling, something the family can afford to do thanks to the six-figures the blog brings in annually. (You’ll read a lot about the family’s travels on this site, too.)
Reese also blogs about how to start your own blog just like she did. Reader’s fill find a section on that very topic, and another on blogger tips. Here’s a post by Reese with some helpful info about building an email list: https://itsalovelylife.com/why-email-lists-are-so-important-for-bloggers/.
88) Dawn Nicole Designs:
Dawn Nicole is a Mom and an artist who specializes in lettering. If you visit Dawn Nicole’s Website, you’ll immediately be struck by the gorgeous design. Once you start clicking, you’ll be blown away by her stunning lettering work. Not only that, but if you’re into the adult coloring trend, you can even download her original free coloring pages!
Dawn also blogs, and it’s her main mode for marketing herself and her work. There is a super amazing section on the site devoted to blogging as a business which is filled with great advice.
We like this post, and you will too if you think blogging might be your shtick: https://dawnnicole.co/start-creative-blog-5-simple-steps/.
89) Elle and Company:
Lauren Hooker is a graphic designer, online business strategist and creative entrepreneur” who swore she would never own her own business. Yet, after getting a BFA in Visual Communication Design and then working as a professional graphic designer, she felt like something was missing.
She started freelancing on the side, and it didn’t take long for her to realize she could exercise greater creativity working for herself. Now, in addition to designing, she also offers a series of courses and online workshops, plus tons of resources for online entrepreneurs.
Here’s one of Hooker’s posts on blogging that we think is fabulous: http://www.elleandcompanydesign.com/blog/blog-post-secret-formula.
You might think an Emmy-winning Web designer would be happy with her television station career… but she wasn’t. After several years all Sarah Morgan could think about was leaving her cubicle behind for good.
She eventually stopped fantasizing about leaving corporate life and made her dream a reality. She launched her freelance web design business through her first blog and quit her job. In addition to Web design, she also writes books, courses and other resources to teach others how to become successful bloggers. And, of course, she still blogs.
Here’s one of hers that we really like. http://xosarah.com/blog/.
Blogelina has a decidedly feminine feel to it. Indeed, site owner Tanya has targeted it at “moms, females and mompreneurs.” We love that she “gets” the mind of the female blogger. Her mission is to arm women with the tools and resources they need to start and grow a successful, money-making blog.
Serious about starting a blog? Check out her four-week, online blogging class. If you can’t quite squeeze it into your schedule, there are lots of other awesome resources to be found on Blogelina, plus insightful posts on Tanya’s blog page.
Here’s one we think every blogger should read before they sell their first product via a blog: https://blogelina.com/the-newbie-bloggers-fast-track-guide-to-creating-your-first-hot-selling-product-how-to-get-set-up-to-sell-through-your-blog/.
92) The Blog Stylist:
Bree, “The Blog Stylist” specializes in working with women who want to start blogging for cash or grow an existing blog. The Blog Stylist itself is beautifully-designed with a contemporary feminine look that we love.
Within the site, readers will find all kinds of cool stuff, including cheat sheets, a blogging course directory, hosting advice, links to resources and an A to Z glossary on all terms blogging-related.
Here is a post of Bree’s that we think is incredibly informative for anyone considering starting a blog: https://theblogstylist.com/how-to-blog/.
93) Kyla Roma:
Kyla Roma works as a marketing strategist with both on and offline businesses. However, since much of her strategies revolve around building a powerful Web presence, her advice is extremely practical for bloggers and online sellers. In addition to personalized coaching, Roma also offers three-day workshops for those who want to immerse themselves in training that they can take back to their desks and apply right away.
Here is one of our favorite posts by Roma: http://www.kylaroma.com/self-sabotage-sales/.
94) Everyday Tia:
When Tia got pregnant with her first child, she knew that she was meant to be a stay at home Mom. Giving up her corporate career was an easy choice. Giving up the income was not really an option, though.
So she turned to blogging to replace that income. Now, two little girls later, Tia uses her blog to teach other “ladypreneurs” how to make money through blogging (although the advice works just as well for men). She also has tips for using Facebook and Pinterest to drive traffic to your blog, as well as how to get into affiliate marketing.
We like this post by Tia on how to make an affiliate sale on Pinterest: http://everydaytia.com/how-to-make-affiliate-sale-pinterest/.
Regina Anaejionu specializes in helping online business owners kick their online presence up a notch. Regardless whether you are a blogger or you sell products online, ByRegina will teach you how to “attract your audience, build your list, and sell your products or services on autopilot.” Anaejionu offers several free courses along with advice in the form of blog posts.
We like this post of hers, an informative read if you want to start an online venture but your budget is micro: http://byregina.com/how-to-start-a-business/