If your business is in debt, you may fear that it could cost you your home and negatively impact your business’s reputation. Fortunately, your business debt isn’t always the same as personal debt. The Essential Creative guest blogger Laura Pearson shares how you can work hard to get your company out of debt and take steps for a better future.
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3 Things That Will Make Your Budget- Minded Family Trip Successful￼
The Essential Creative’s regular guest blogger Laura Pearson is back with some budget-minded foolproof measures that you can start doing long before you even leave your home.
How You Can Build a Happy and Productive Team of Global Freelancers
In this day of technology and a world that is feeling financial hits, looking at ways to save money through outsourcing (if you are in the US) can be a wonderful opportunity to let someone else take care of those tasks that would best be completed by someone else. Laura Pearson from Edutude.net shares with us tips for building a happy and productive global workforce.
Tips for Making an Awesome, Budget-Friendly Dorm Room (Guest Post by Laura Pearson)
Are you returning to college? Here are some tips from one of The Essential Creative’s featured guest blogger’s, Laura Pearson. Laura shared how to make a budget-friendly, comfy room that will feel like a home away from home.
Why You Should Limit Your Children’s Screen Time (And How To Do It Affordably)
Kris Louis from Parenting With Kris brings us another helpful post about excelling in family. This one focuses on how to help our kids by limiting screen time, complete with tips on ways to reduce screen time affordably.
Four Ways Parents Can Pass Healthy Habits Onto Their Children
Kristin Louis, of ParentingWithKris.com, is back to share with us four tips for passing healthy habits down to our kids. This is very timely for my family after a year of being indoors and less active that we are used to being. Stop by, read the post, and then implement the tips this month.
Three Great Side Gigs You Can Do All Year
Most people would think that early work hours, periodic breaks and holiday time-off are the best things about being a teacher. However, by now, you probably know better. When you aren’t teaching, you aren’t getting paid, and teaching isn’t the most lucrative job in the first place. You do it to make a difference, not to get rich. With that in mind, a little extra income can often be both fulfilling and helpful when the school day ends. Here are a few great side gig suggestions that can fuel your bank account throughout the academic year and beyond.
Practical Resources to Help Parents with Common Parenting Struggles for any Age Group
Kris, of Parenting with Kris, has shared a wonderful compilation of articles and resources to help parents through all stages of parenting. Which one did you find most helpful?
Creative Ways to Help Your Kids Learn Outside of Online Lessons
Guest blogger Laura Person of Edutude.net shares tips for helping your kids make the most of the current learning structure. These 4 tips can help your kids transform from overwhelmed to excited about distance, hybrid, or virtual learning.
Fabricating Reality and Speculating Ideology with Nick Wettstein of HyrdokinetixPoetry
Nick Wettstein shares two of his poems with us in this guest post from a fellow instapoet. I enjoy his quirky and deep nature – being able to show both fun and reflective sides of himself.
Girls Just Wanna Have Funds
EmpoweredFem CEO Zoraida Basaldu has shared her wisdom with managing money with us for this month’s guest post. Visit her blog to learn more from her!
Humans & Diamonds – Guest Post by Dianna Yates
Are you more like a diamond than you realize? Let’s find out in this guest post from Dianna Yates!