Developing Sound Working Habits

When you want to successfully work from home, developing and adhering to a sound and productive working habits is a must. It might not be too easy to achieve, but with dedication and constant practice you can master it in no time. You can make working from home not only a lucrative, but also a wonderful experience.

Here are a few things you may want to consider when you set up working habits that you want to adhere to:

  1. Create a time table and be sure to strictly follow this. The key to being a successful home worker is to discipline yourself to allot a specific time of day when you can finish every work related tasks. It is easy to be occupied with other things and waste precious time if you do not set specific time frames for the things you have to do.
  2. Create your own workspace. It might entail a bit of work, but setting up your very own office at work will prove to be most efficient in the long run. With a designated place to work in, where there is less clutter and less things to preoccupy you, you will be sure to accomplish more tasks and be more productive.
  3. Update and furnish your home office. Your home office is your very own investment, so make sure you update it from time to time. Get a comfortable chair where you can sit away for long period of time without the back aches.

There are many sound and productive habits you can practice and develop. If you have one already, please do share it with us.

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Apologizing for My Absence

I have no updates for the past few months as I have been very busy with my volunteer work. Yes, I did some volunteer work in Vietnam for three months. I taught English to children and even professionals.

While I was there, I also continued working with my client online. I taught English for 24 hours in a week including weekends. So, I spent the rest of the time preparing for my lessons and working online. Aside from that, I did researches for writing project about musical instruments of famous brands such as Craviotto, Sterling and others.

My hands were full while I stayed there. And since I had accumulated a lot of work from my other projects, I am still busy up to this moment. Even after arriving (a month has passed), I continue to be busy. With this, I apologize. I may not be able to update this blog with relevant topics. I will write again as soon as I clear up some of my pending projects. I hope you will stay tuned for that!

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Is Making Money Online Possible from the Philippines?

Yes! The answer to that question is a big YES!

I started making money online from the Philippines in 2008. Though the journey wasn’t easy from the start, I finally found the road in 2007.

make money onlineTo be honest, I started this money making journey back in 2000. I just had my first child that year. After giving birth and seeing her grow, I just wanted to stay at home and just be with her. But since I gave birth at a young age, money was really scarce at that time. I need to make money somehow if I wanted to stay at home.

So, I ventured out. I tried making money offline. I earned a couple of bucks but still failed because you need TIME if you want an offline business to work. Then I tried making money online. From 2000 to 2007, all I got into was a scam. I spent more money than earning it.

Then, at the end of 2007, a friend of mine introduced me to blogging. The concept was new to me that even without knowing how to do it really got me so excited. Fast forward to May of 2008, I got my first earnings online and the rest was history!

P.S. I will write more on how I earned online in my future articles. Please stay tuned or better yet subscribe with your email below so you won’t miss a thing!

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