Heather Sanders

Friday

27

March 2015

50

COMMENTS

A Question for Work at Home Moms or Those Who Want To Stay Home and Work

Posted in: Work-at-home

Desire

Well, hello.

You should know before I begin this post that I’m functioning on minimal sleep, have oily hair, and just emptied my third cup of coffee.

What’s with the grossness? My latest creative endeavor, that’s what.

So, if I write something that makes you go, “Huh?” be gentle. Or, laugh and then poke fun in the comments. I can handle it.

What am I doing?

I’m launching a new business, which you’ve probably surmised.

That’s okay though. It isn’t uber secret. You can even sign-up to receive notification when it launches if you want.

I’ve picked up 100 subscribers in the last couple of days. (Insert victory dance here.) I am on top of the world. My goal is to hit 2000 subscribers before I launch the business. Yes, it’s a lofty goal.

See there, I just shared part of my business plan.

And just so you know, I’m NOT moving my email subscriber list from here to there. That’s not what you signed up to receive from me here, and I think that’s sneaky and even worse, spammy.

I hate spam. That’s why I won’t misuse your private information–ever.

Pinky promise.

So, if you want to know what’s happening over there, you’ll have to go and subscribe.

(Tip: Nothing is happening over there yet. But, if you go and sign-up for the launch, you’ll know when it does.)

Now, back to this post.
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Friday

20

March 2015

34

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What is your biggest frustration with working at home?

Posted in: Work-at-home

What is your biggest frustration with working at home?

One of my favorite attributes of bloggers is transparency. It takes strength to be transparent online. Think about it. When we post our lives or ideas, we open ourselves to a gamut of responses–from kind and encouraging to cruel and overly critical.

Anyone can read what we post. Anyone can comment. Anonymity is easy online, …

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Saturday

14

March 2015

61

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What is your biggest frustration with homeschooling?

Posted in: Homeschooling, Reality

Survey: What is your biggest frustration with homeschooling?

Homeschooling is an enormous part of our family’s culture, but that does not mean it is easy; it isn’t. There are many challenges parents face when bringing kids home to educate that go beyond the obvious hurdles, like figuring out the legalities, selecting curriculum, and scheduling.

In some cases, one parent may have left work …

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Thursday

12

March 2015

46

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Everyone is a “Noob” at Something

Posted in: Faith, Faithsizing

Everyone is a "noob" at something.

Our family plans to do something new this year; we are planting a garden. Jeff has always wanted a garden. I like the idea of a garden. And the kids? They are along for the ride because that’s what happens when you’re a minor and aren’t old enough to have a job and car to …

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Saturday

7

March 2015

87

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Now.

Posted in: Snapshots

Now.

There’s no time like “now.” At least, that’s what people say, right? There’s no time like now to do the right thing. There’s no time like now to make a change. There’s no time like now to start over.…

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