Working from home is seemingly one of the most convenient ways of earning income and you have the enjoyment of being your own boss. Today, there are so many legitimate ways to make money online, even though most of them are not get-rich-quick schemes. If you have the ambition to make some extra income from home, you can do it. So, what are some of the ways you can create some extra bucks from home?
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You have just signed that contract and happily walk outside with the keys of your new palace in your hand. However, let´s see how long that happiness lasts when you realize how much work moving actually is! You might have thought you don´t own so many things, but during a move you usually realize how much crap stuff you actually have. CONTINUE READING
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Je hebt je handtekening gezet onder dat koop- of huurcontract en loopt blij naar buiten met de sleutels van je nieuwe paleis in je hand. Maar die blijheid is meestal van korte duur als je je beseft hoeveel werk verhuizen eigenlijk is. Zelfs als je dacht niet heel veel spullen te hebben, tijdens verhuizen kom je er geheid achter hoeveel (zooi) dingen je eigenlijk wel niet hebt.
Last week one of my friends (a new mom) recommended an article about how parenting became a full-time job and why that is bad for women. And that made me think about how being a mom indeed requires you to be “on” round the clock and that it can be quite challenging with the pressure that society puts on parenting (and probably we do it to ourselves as well) to pursue any other passions (work, hobbies, sports) as well as we would want to since we´re supposed to be on top of everything. Developmental leaps, crafty stuff, homemade organic food, mommy-and-me classes, the best toys and products… do we still have (enough) time for ourselves?
Both of us love traveling and we have both traveled quite a bit already. From living in many different countries before settling in Spain to discovering new places on trips each year, no matter how strong our love our travel rhythm has slowed down quite a bit since we became parents. We are traveling a lot to the Netherlands so we have had our fair share of flights with a young child and both of us are still traveling a bit through work (C gets to travel A LOT for field hockey, I have an occasional trip for work) or for fun, we make sure to visit at least one new place each year. I have South Africa coming up in a month with my sisters, so excited!