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Archives for October 2012

If You Don’t Know What You Want, You’ll Probably Never Get It

The following is a guest post. Freelancing as a Career 

A freelancer works on a self-employed basis with no one in a position of seniority to tell them what to do. Choice of getting to work from the comfort of their own home is up to them. It’s a great career – if you can […]

Let’s Talk Life Insurance

Life insurance is a pretty boring topic, right? At least that’s what I’ve always thought. But then I became self-employed and lost the company-paid policy that I always took for granted. It occurred to me that I needed to find some way to make sure my son is taken care of in case I die in a […]

These Are My (Internet) Confessions

This weekend was a rough one – I literally spent about 40 hours working, yet I still feel like I’m ridiculously far behind. I also moved all my web hosting clients to a new server, and let me just say that it was even less exciting than it sounds. Anyway, there was a lot of […]

Friday Ramblings: Work Overload Edition

That awkward moment when you know exactly what you’re going to write…until it’s time to actually sit down and write it. Yeah, that was me last night. So you get a bunch of unrelated stuff instead! Life is good right now. Jayden made all As and Bs on his first report card, Specter is apparently […]

Present Panic: Surviving Christmas on Minimum Wage

The following is a guest post. If you’re on minimum wage, or no wage at all, Christmas can bring you out in a cold sweat. You may resort to a DVD grabbed off the shelf at the supermarket, but it is possible to give very cheap presents that are personal and appreciated. Own up – […]