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Showing posts from March 23, 2008

Dealing with a Chronic Ilness - Consider Working From Home

When I was informed by my doctors, 5 years ago, that I wouldn't be able to return to my customer service postion, after a work related injury, I figured I would never work again. My husband was the one that encouraged me to search for a work-at-home customer service position. With my customer service and sales background, in call centers, I had no shortage of company responses. And I actually accepted a position within 3 days of submitting my resume.

I had been working as an Independent Virtual Customer Service Rep, for 4 years. And I loved it. I had the flexibility of my schedule, received a paycheck bi-weekly via direct deposit, spoke with people throughout the US and Canada and still was able to address my chronic pain and parital disablity.

Please click on the following work from home article.

7 Reasons to Host Teleseminars, Teleclasses or Teleconferences - Julie Jordan Scott

7 Reasons to Host Teleseminars, Teleclasses or Teleconferences
By: Julie Jordan Scott

Entrepreneurs, Authors, Coaches, Trainers and all
sorts of experts the world-over are quickly learning
the value of incorporating Teleseminars and
Teleclasses as a method to reach – and have
a positive impact upon - current and prospective
clients. You can increase your effectiveness – and
your bottom line – immediately by utilizing this
format for the delivery of information.

1. Reach a worldwide audience with your
message instantly. Stretch beyond where
you can fly, drive, or take the train on a
moment’s notice.

2. Perfect your public speaking skills from
your home office (or current workspace).
No need to invest in new clothes, no need
to go anywhere.

3. Be seen as an expert and increase your
name recognition. Participants in teleseminars
and teleclasses have a tendency to be
action oriented, interested and change-making
people – excellent word-of-mouth-spreaders.

4. Test the market-place to see if a particu…

Question: 'Where Did You Get Your Pretty Binder'

Q&Q asked where I got my household management binder. Well, here's the full story. Blog (no longer active) had a contest, you needed to send an email for a topic suggestion,to qualify. I sent one and guess what? I won! The prize was this beautiful 3 ring binder, covered with linen-like fabric, and 3-dimensional stickers. The binder has pocket divders for great organization. (check out the picture)

Listen to Parenting Teenager Talk Radio Show - Teen Depression

This week's show topic is Teen Depression. Aurelia Williams, Parenting My Teen, speaks with Gary Darenfeld about this serious topic, the warning sign, treatments and ways we can help.

Remember, you can listen at anytime by downloading to your MP3 or clicking the Listen button, on the website.

My Household Management Binder

These days you'll find I use my binder as a resource. I have phone numbers of services, articles, blank grocery list, stain removal chartlist and cleaning schedules.

I hired a housekeeper to do the deep cleaning twice a month. I leave a copy of the cleaning list with the things I would like done that day. It really helps make her visits more productive.

Women Impacting Public Policy Makes Instant Impact With Business Owners, Lawmakers in Las Vegas

(March 25, 2008, Las Vegas ) – Nevada business people met today with congressional staff for Senators Harry Reid and John Ensign as a part of the successful launch of Women Impacting Public Policy’s Instant Impact Las Vegas team.

Carolyn Stevens, owner of Print Please, seemed to speak for the entire group when she said, “It is so good to see women coming together to make a difference!”

“It is great using local businesswomen to further national goals in a non-partisan manner, stressing action on any issue, not just politics,” added Christina Lerner of CetraPro Painters.

“People are really pretty excited and eager to get involved,” said Leanna Jenkins, Sr. Loan Consultant for CTX Mortgage Company and Nevada Public Policy Leader with Moms In Business Network. Jenkins, along with Moms In Business Network founder and CEO Gina Robison-Billups, coordinated the event for Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP).

Instant Impact is a national grassroots initiative that will empower members of Women Imp…

Weekend Hunger Food Drive Ending on March 31 - Las Vegas

Every Friday, the local Weekend Hunger Project and Communities in Schools sends backpacks filled with "child-friendly food" (food that requires no preparation or adult assistance to eat) home with needy school kids. In many cases, this is the only food that these deprived children will eat all weekend long.

Between March 1-31, 2008, please drop off much needed single serving, easy-to-open food donations that require no cooking or refrigeration at American Mini Storage, 5220 S Jones Blvd Las Vegas 89118. At the conclusion of the food drive, the items will be boxed and dropped off at the Las Vegas warehouse.

Types of foods needed:
Granola Bars Nuts Small Boxes of Cereal
Vienna Sausages Beans-n-Franks Tuna
Ravioli Cereal n Milk Bars

American Mini Storage 1
5220 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas NV 89118
702-220-7777 office
hours: 8am to 5pm Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm Sunday

We thank you for your support.

Charles, Rona, Marcus and Anthony
American Mini Storage

Communities in Schools http://c…

Menu Plan Monday - March 24

Easter Sunday was definitely a blast this year! I watched Joyce Meyer and Joel Olsteen, on TBN. Isn't it interesting how you'll find something relavent to your life, right then? I prayed through out the day, to thank the Lord for our many blessings and for his love. I love having him in my life!

We attended evening church services and were truly moved. There was plenty of singing and sharing the Word. I have to say this was the best service I've attended. I'm still feeling the affects this morning.

For lunch, we went to Landry's Seafood House. Charles and Marcus started with the Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail. There's no skimping here. Charles took pity on me and shared his. We also enjoyed their House Salad. This is dressed at the side of the table. The serving is large enough for a family of four. The dressing was just right, not too sweet. I had the Catfish Fillets, for my entree. I still have no idea how they get the cornmeal batter so lite. Marcus tried the L…