Traditional Careers and Jobs: Posts Round Up

Traditional Careers and Jobs: Posts Round Up

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After yesterday's posts on part-time work and Wednesday's articles about non-traditional jobs, it's time for the posts round up on traditional careers. Check out the posts below: From Planting Money Seeds: Market Yourself: Transferable Skills for Any Job From Break the Sky:  Traditional Careers and Jobs From Little Miss Moneybags:  Traditional Careers and Jobs (Opting Out, That Is) From Breesha Jewelry & Books: Make Money from 5 to 9! From NZ Muze: Career progression and climbing the ladder  
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Posts Round Up: Part Time Work

Posts Round Up: Part Time Work

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Is working part time for you? Check out today's posts on the benefits and downsides to part-time work: From Femme Frugality: Working Part Time As An Adult Kind of Sucks From Break the Sky: Part-Time Work From Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance: Should I Work Part-Time? Issues Surrounding Part Time Work From Thursday Bram: The Danger of Part-Time Work From Mom's Plans: From Benefits of Working Part-Time While Homeschooling Check back later in the day for additional posts.
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Earning More through “Non-Traditional” Work: Freelance, Business Ownership and more Roundup

Earning More through “Non-Traditional” Work: Freelance, Business Ownership and more Roundup

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Welcome to the third day of the third annual Women's Money Week. We have some more fantastic posts today on the topic of earning more money through "non-traditional" work: From Planting Money Seeds: Start a Home Business to Boost Your Household Income From the Thrifty Issue: 101 ways to make money from home From Free From Broke: How I Made the Switch from Traditional Employment to Freelancing and How You Can, Too From Thursday Bram: Non-Traditional Work is the New Tradition From One Frugal Girl: Blogging for Money From Break the Sky: Earning More and Non-Traditional Work From Little Miss Moneybags: Women's Money Week: Non-Traditional Work From She & Money: 3 Signs That You Shouldn’t Be In Business
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Work Life Balance: Daily Roundup of Posts

Work Life Balance: Daily Roundup of Posts

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Today's topic is work-life balance. Here is a daily roundup of the posts with a brief excerpt from each post to get you started: From Kylie Ofiu: How to find work/life balance I am a single, Australian mum with two daughters. I work mostly from home juggling my business, family, the house and all the usual life demands. My children are classed as ‘special needs’ so there is a lot of extra work involved with them and I am still going through court.  It can be hard finding the balance and lately I have felt out of balance. From Femme Frugality: The Frugalish Skiing Splurge I’ve only been skiing once this year.  And it was on the warmest weekend we’ve had all winter.  Go figure.  I had friends coming in…
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Kids and Work: Posts Roundup

Kids and Work: Posts Roundup

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Welcome to the first day of Women's Money Week 2014!  This year is all about Women and Work.  Today's topic is kids and work and here are the posts we have so far. (Note that this roundup will be updated later in the day, so check back for more posts and if you're a writer or blogger, it's not too late to put something together. Learn more about how to participate here.) From She and Money: Why Working Is 3X Better Than Being a Stay at Home Mom From Monroe on a Budget: Juggling Kids and Work: The Other Alternative From NZ Muse: Kids. Who'd have 'em? Are you ready to have a baby right now? From Unprepared Mum: Kids and Work From Little Miss Moneybags: Women's Money Week: Kids and…
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Welcome FinConers! Sign up for info about WMW ’14

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Welcome feller FinConers. If you're interested in learning about Women's Money Week which will take place in March 2014, sign up below. We will send more information in January. WMW14 brings together the best and brightest in personal finance the first week in March to discuss money issues as they uniquely relate to women. It's about taking control of your finances and reshaping your financial future. Sign up for the email list to get the free 14 point checklist and stay up to date on the week.
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