Top 10 Posts for 2012, Plus a Couple Favorites
I’m looking through my statistics for the year to see what my top posts this year were, in terms of traffic. It’s always interesting to see what really did well. I’m not counting posts from previous years that are still generating traffic in this roundup, although perhaps I should. I’ll also add on a couple personal favorites at the end that for whatever reason didn’t take off very well, whether due to time or some other factor. After all, newer posts are at a big disadvantage.
This also has to do only with the blog, not other pages on this site. It is perhaps not surprising that my work at home jobs page has the most visitors on this site.
Top 10 Posts
1. So You Can’t Work From Home Stuffing Envelopes. What Can You Do?
I’m not at all surprised that this one did well. There are plenty of people who still think envelope stuffing is a possible option. Fortunately, there are many other options out there.
2. 30+ Ideas For Working at Home
I just said there were more options, didn’t I? Here some are! Funny how these things work out.
3. Work at Home Jobs for Military Spouses
Working at home is a wonderful option for many military wives and husbands. The flexibility of work that can be done almost no matter where you live is a huge deal when you might have to move frequently.
4. 11 Ways to Prepare to Work at Home Over the Summer
Working at home while the kids are out of school isn’t necessarily the easiest thing to do. Kids need you more in summer, and that can make it really hard to be productive.
5. What Kind of Work From Home Training Do You Need?
In so many ways, work at home jobs are like any other. Often enough you need some amount of training to so much as qualify for them. Just make sure you don’t fall for scams when you’re looking for job training.
6. Where Do You Get Work From Home Business Ideas?
Aw heck. Not everyone wants an employer. Some want to own their own business. Now all you need is an idea. Got tips for you right here.
7. 6 Ways to Speed Up Your Work at Home Job Hunt
Ugh! Looking for work anywhere is usually a slow process, but it can be even worse when you want something home based. Using online resources correctly really speeds things up.
8. Making Time For Fitness While Working at Home
One of the risks with being home all the time is that it’s way too easy to sit all day. Here’s some encouragement to get up and get moving.
9. 10 Open Source Tools to Help You Work at Home
Open source tools can really help you save money on software. They aren’t appropriate for all uses, especially if a job requires a particular software be used, but the rest of the time, they’re great.
10. Choosing Apps for Your Home Business
Apps. Of course we all love apps these days. They can do so much for us when we’re on the go.
And now a few personal favorites….
Just my own little version of Silent Night, but for moms with children who are just being a little too quiet for her peace of mind. As we all know, there’s usually a good reason for that.
Does Work From Home Really Have Flexible Hours?
People usually assume working at home means you can work really flexible hours. That’s just not always true.
Caine’s Arcade, or Why You Shouldn’t Give Up When Business Is Slow
This kid was just so cute and determined.