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Homeworking tips for May

Homeworking tips, MayOur monthly round-up of popular posts from the last month

has gone out to subscribers this morning.

And once again we have excelled ourselves, if I say so myself!

We’ve got some cracking homeworking tips for you.

At the beginning of the month when I wrote the post about the home office in spring it seemed like warm days were here to stay. Sadly not, but spring makes me want to change things around and let in more light, and it’s a good time to clear out the old and make way for the new.

Liz Proctor also felt she needed to shake things up after running her charity fundraising business for a while, and has had fun finding out how she could change direction. She shares 7 ways in which you can improve things if work is getting too difficult, boring or stressful.

Every penny counts when you run a home business so I was pleased to stumble on a way to save money on making mobile calls to 0800 numbers. And to share again where to go to find alternative numbers to expensive 0870 lines. Not only that but we also reveal how to cut your car insurance premium, and how to enjoy the nicer things in life for less.

Our source of bargains and cost-cutting tips is blogger Penny Golightly, and we’ve teamed up with her on Thursday Treat Time to help you find inexpensive rewards for all your hard work. Come and see us every Thursday for suggestions for treats to make home working life that bit more enjoyable.

Twitter is a rich source of people to feature in our Unusual Home Working Jobs series, and that’s where I bumped into Ali Campbell. I quickly discovered that she teaches crochet in a classroom in her home, as well as designing for magazines, and writing books and online courses for all levels of ability.

Enjoy all our latest homeworking tips. Last year Freelance Advisor listed us in their five freelancer mailing lists you need to subscribe to right now – the sign-up box is waiting for you in the sidebar 🙂

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  1. joe arrigo says:

    Yes, every penny does count. Thanks for all your tips Judy.