For so many women, two very important callings in life are often in conflict with one another – motherhood and having a career. The struggle to achieve both, and doing it blissfully, is well-documented. It is the subject of many articles, books, research,...

Have you ever thought of the costs you’re cutting down and the money that you are actually saving by working from home?  Think of the expenses overall. There is a lot that comes with reporting to an office that is not your own."...

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and love is in the air. But do you love your career…or loathe it? Does your career afford you the freedom to choose when, where and how often you work? Or does it feel more like a daily...

In 2008 and 2009 during the Great Recession, more than half of the adults in the U.S. labor force experienced some work-related hardship such as a cut in pay, reduction in hours, unemployment or involuntary move to part-time work. Kim Filomena was one...

Yesterday, millions of Americans will have observed National Freedom Day, honoring the signing by Abraham Lincoln of a resolution that later would become the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and marking a day to celebrate freedom. 

The concept of freedom can...

You’ve probably heard the term “solopreneur” being thrown around in recent years. A solopreneur is an emerging term that means “an entrepreneur who works alone and runs their business single-handedly.” What sets the solopreneur apart from the entrepreneur is that while the entrepreneur...

Escaping corporate America. Why do we do it? The most obvious reason could be attributed to job security. With the economic downturn that began in 2007, many were left without jobs when employers began cutting back to save money. Many spiraled into economic...

When you think of starting a work-at-home business, whatcomes to mind? Tupperware parties? Trunk shows? Cosmetics sales?  Does that stop your daydreaming in its tracks?

 

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To describe Cindy Riley as a giving person is an understatement. After all, she is the adoptive mother of four children, two of whom have special needs. She also gave 15 years of her life to corporate America without getting much in return. Cindy gave...