It’s cold & flu season and it’s also busy season here at CentsibleLife HQ. It seems like a recipe for disaster every year. The fourth quarter is always the busiest time of year for my work, and also happens to be the time when inevitably someone in the family or I gets sick. Sometimes we […]
My friend Andrea and I were recently discussing our lack of motivation to get dressed and she hatched a brilliant idea to start sharing looks from the work at home mom frontlines. There are many days when you work at home where you turn to workout gear (without going to the gym), yoga pants, or […]
Finding ways to make money online can be a challenge, but I have 5 easy ways you can start making money online. While this won’t be ‘change your life money’ it could help you pay off debt in your free time, reach that savings goal you’re working towards, and it could add up fast! 7 […]
Self-employed folks like me dread tax time for the most part. When your income fluctuates it can hard to pin down exactly how much you owe in taxes. It’s also a big job to track your expenses and what you can deduct on your tax return. It can all be rather confusing if you try […]
While the kids are making their lists I started to think about what was on my list. While I don’t really need anything, I have some wants, and I realized there may be some other readers out there who are shopping for someone who works from home or is a freelancer this holiday season. Freelance workers, […]
This is part of the Work from Home Series I started in response to questions I get about how I manage my time and obligations with my family life and businesses. Today’s post is a guest post from Sharon a busy mom of 6 who shares ideas for moms on getting your household organized, using […]
This is guest post from Jessica Cohen who blogs at Found the Marbles, a look at social good, life and paying it forward. Connect with her on Twitter @FoundtheMarbles. Read her full bio below. This is part of the Work from Home Series I started in response to questions I get about how I manage […]
For about a year, I tried sharing a desk with my kids. We purchased a long, pine tabletop from Ikea and had a space for our shared computer (an iMac), their art supplies, and my paperwork/stamps/bills/etc. After the 3rd or 4th time someone wrote on a bill or used my stamps for play letters I knew we needed to change things.