Stay at Home Jobs

Hey Moms and Dads. I have a few leads some stay at home jobs. I hope you all  have luck getting a job from these leads I share. If any of you moms are dad are interested please send me an email to krazy4cases@gmail.com to send you the links to these companies so that you can apply. Please share this blog with others looking for a stay at home job

Job InformationLaboratory Informatics Scientist

Company :iVention LLC
Job Type :Part-Time
Salary RangeFrom : $15 – To $25 Per Hour
CategoryComputer / IT
They are are a family, kid, living life on life’s terms company.  We work as a team to make sure we deliver to our client laboratories the best we have to offer while taking care of our kids, parents, and the other chaos that living an interesting life brings. Previous laboratory experience is helpful but not required.   If you are interested please apply and add a cover letter explaining how you envision this being a great role for you to play at iVention.  If you have questions please email Doug.holbrook@ivention.us.
Spiritually-Centered Customer Service and Administrative Assistant
Job Type – Part-Time
Salary :RangeFrom $250 – To $500 Per Month
Category :Customer Service
This position will involve responding to emails from customers, prospective customers, and other souls on our mailing list, offering them direction to some of our free meditation support. One of the owners would also like assistance organizing the email system for the company, as well as, your being a ‘gate-keeper’ and screening her emails for her, and giving her only what she needs to respond to, and lovingly responding to others on her behalf.
Paralegal

Company : Worldwide101
Job Type – Part-Time
Salary – RangeFrom $20 – To $20 Per Hour
Category Paralegal / Legal

Worldwide101 is a market leader in helping drive the success of growing businesses by matching them with highly-skilled remote professionals in the areas of Executive Assistance, Marketing, Project Management and more. We are searching for experienced applicants who share our obsession with quality and outstanding service. We are actively seeking candidates from the United States. All positions are part-time employee positions.


This is a rewarding and exciting long term opportunity to work alongside senior level executives and successful business owners  as they grow their business and make a greater difference in the world.

A typical growing business needs paralegal support with any of the following:

  • Maintaining appointment schedules by planning and scheduling meetings, conferences, and travel
  • Organizing travel arrangements including flight and hotel bookings
  • Supporting legal firm with administrative tasks as needed
  • Conserving client’s time by reading, researching, and routing correspondence; drafting letters and documents; collecting and analyzing information; initiating phone calls
  • Email management
  • Other admin support as necessary

Skills and Experience:

  • A minimum of 7 years experience in a role related to administration and executive assistance ideally working as a Paralegal
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize work as needed
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Knowledge of online tools and software
  • Ability to learn new tools quickly
  • Excellent interpersonal communication and strong writing skills.
  • Organized
  • A team player who is proactive, flexible, results-oriented and comfortable in a rapidly changing environment.
  • Ability to work independently and under the pressure of deadlines

Benefits:

  • Flexible hours
  • Competitive pay (starting at $20 an hour)
  • 100% remote (work from home)
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Paid parental leave
  • Ongoing technical, onboarding, and account management support
  • Ongoing mentorship to help you succeed
  • A fun and collaborative virtual team environment
  • A positive company culture that understands work/life balance
  • An opportunity to grow with a forward-thinking organization
  • Fun company swag

Worldwide101 is currently hiring in the following 15 States:

  • California
  • Colorado
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Montana
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Pennsylvania
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Virginia

 

Etiquette

So I was invited to attend a wedding between two coworkers. I knew about their wedding ever since I had started the job. I did not expect to actually be invited. Side note my husband started working for the company about four months ago and is pretty cool with the groom. Anyways back to the story. We get invited to the wedding via the wedding planner. She told the bride it was not the proper etiquette to invite someone this late. This late meaning about a week before the wedding. I know there had been some cancellation and since things were paid for might as well try to still fill those spots.

Now as I had stated before, this wedding was between two coworkers. So it’s not uncommon you would probably have a good amount of coworkers there because of work being the second home as much as we work.

It actually saddened me to see how many people who RSVP to the wedding who didn’t show up. Is that a reflection of the support these so-called friends show? Or is it just selfishness that you RSVP yes but don’t show up knowing that you were paid for. Should the bride and groom expect an outstanding wedding gift from those who didn’t attend and there were many who didn’t actually show.

This is just heavy on my heart because I was able to be blessed to witness their union. I find that to be very important. Being married isn’t easy it’s a test every day, but it’s totally worth it if you are married to someone who is willing to work with you. It also makes me reflect on who is an actual friend. In my opinion, my actual friends would be supporting me getting married. But her that’s just me and my little thoughts. I wish them the best in their marriage. 💕💕💕

Test Your Credit Score Knowledge

Credit profile, score, assessment: if you’re thinking of taking out a home loan, these are important terms you’ll need to learn more about.

What is a credit score?

All credit active people have a profile. This is a summary of your history with every credit provider you’ve ever dealt with, and serves as a record of how well you’ve managed your accounts like loan repayments, overdue debts, how often you’ve asked for credit and the kinds of loans or credit you’ve applied for, and the frequency of your applications.

How it works?

Credit reporting providers summarise your profile into something called a credit score. The score is between 0 and 1200, where the higher the number, the more likely you are to be able to repay a loan. Lenders look at your credit profile and score to find out about your credit history and behavior, and assess if you are able to take on a new loan. This information reassures lenders that you’re good at paying money back to those you’ve borrowed from – i.e. you are a ‘low risk’ client.

A good score not only makes you more likely to get approval on your home loan application – but it also means you’ll qualify for a better interest rate. Of course, the other side of the coin is that if you have a poor score, you will be less likely to qualify for any new loans. This protects the lender and those with low scores from taking out additional loans and overextending themselves and getting into more debt. In short, you’ll need to have a good credit score rating for your home loan application to be approved.

It’s therefore a good idea to first find out what your credit score is before applying for a loan, and to give yourself time to improve it before approaching a lender.

How to check your score?

A great place to start your research is ASICs MoneySmart site. You can get a free credit score assessment from a number of online providers, which are listed on the MoneySmart site.

How to improve your score?

Improving your credit score starts with looking at your current financial situation and ways to improve it. Getting into a good credit position before you apply for a loan can help increase the likelihood of you getting approved.

You can improve your score by:

  • lowering your credit card limits
  • consolidating multiple personal loans and/or credit cards
  • limiting your credit enquiries
  • paying your rent and bills on time
  • paying your mortgage and other loans on time
  • paying your credit card off in full each month

To avoid any surprises, be prepared and know your credit score.

As your Mortgage Choice broker, I can review your credit history and help you to establish a plan to improve your financial history. If you need any assistance in this matter please don’t hesitate to call us on 02 9653 9333, email: scottpartridge@mortgagechoice.com.au

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The End of Her Patience

This was it. She couldn’t take it anymore. Sarah looked down at the tear-stained pillow as she wondered why her life was such a mess. Why couldn’t she have a mom who actually cared or a dad who wasn’t a drug addict and actually had time for his kids?

Sarah was 14. Doing online school whenever she got time from caring for the two younger siblings she had. With her mom busy with her 9-5 job and a dad who barely ever came home, she had given up on even hoping that her family would ever be like it was before. Everyday was a struggle. She woke up at 6 as soon as the youngest, John who was one, woke up. Making breakfast, sweeping floors, doing the dishes took most of her day. By the time she got time to sit down for school work, she was so exhausted that eyes would close the minute she sat down.

So her grades dropped, from a 96 to a 85. She stopped eating, from three helpings to only one. Struggling with insomnia which along with depression made it impossible to sleep for more than an hour each night. All these changes were subtle but they were there all along and she fell apart, piece by piece.

One extremely hot day while washing the dishes with a 2 year old clung to her leg, Sarah felt light-headed. Putting down the plate she was washing she tried to reach for the counter but before she was able to hold on to it, she passed out and fell to the ground.

Sarah woke up in a hospital very near to her house. It was neither big, nor welcoming. Stuffed in a small room with three other patients and only as much as a curtain to separate them, Sarah found herself with an iv attached to a saline drip. It soon came to her knowledge that her mother had admitted her to the hospital but had quickly left due to work. As she sat alone pondering over her miserable life, she saw the girl next to her who also, had no family member beside her. She seemed not much older than Sarah but had skin filled with bruises and slap marks on her bony arms and legs.

Sarah had a condition known as hypertonic cardiomyopathy which had not come to be seen in previous scans and X-rays taken during her childhood. The condition worsened with stress, hence being the cause of her breakdown earlier that day.

Living in a poor hospital with no electronics, no family all Sarah could do was talk to other patients. The girl next to her named Emily and Sarah soon became firm friends and Emily let Sarah into the deepest and darkest secret of her existence.

Emily lived in a large family, something Sarah had often wished for. She had loving parents and a dog. However two years after Emily moved to California, her parents both lost their lives in a car accident leaving her to her aunt and uncle as per their will. Every night after her aunt slept her uncle would come up to her room and try to sexually force her. Sarah was mentally so scarred that she couldn’t bring up the courage to tell a single soul. However when she finally warned her uncle that she could tell, he started beating her. He broke two of her ribs, fractured her femur and left her with marks that would haunt her for the rest of her life.

Listening to this, Sarah was on the verge of tears. Words were unable to describe the great deal of pain and sympathy she was feeling.

Sarah thought that even though her parents weren’t really very actively involved in her life, she was never raped or even laid a hand upon. It truly made her realize that you should never be ungrateful.

Even if you have nothing, that nothingness means the world to someone else!

Hi! I’m Olivia and I recently started writing short stories! I hope you enjoyed the story and don’t forget to ask me if you need anything else I can do.

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Just a frustration

So I am a mother of two. I have been married twice. Each child having a different father. My sons father and his family really IRKS ME !!! Granted I get annoyed slightly quickly. But I got remarried and I moved to Georgia. He WAS married and it seemed like that marriage fell apart. I actually want to ask her what happened but that’s just being nosey lol. Anyways my sons father was on child support mandate through the state of New York. So child support was coming directly out of his checks so there was no need to ask him for money. I thought the amount that he was mandated to give me was enough, even though he was even suppose to pay half of his child care but I didn’t ask for that. I just took the money and used it for childcare. We all know child care isn’t CHEAP.

So fast forward and we both move out of our home states. Mine being New York and his being New Jersey. He moved to Maryland while I moved to Savannah. He said he was still looking for a job. Right off the back I was annoyed because how do you move and you don’t have a job ? But hey everyone cant be smart to think that far ahead to make sure they have a job before they move. So all of last year he would promise ok I am going to give you something for Adam. Those were empty words. I signed Adam up for basketball. I told his father that what I would be doing. I asked would be able to give a few bucks for him to get basketball sneakers and shorts for practice. His father is very into  basketball so I thought maybe he might come up out his pocket for that. I am not sure why I even asked because it was October and he had promised to get our son sneakers for school. He asked for his shoe size. Still till this day still hasn’t gotten the child sneakers.

Finally I got fed up and I started to call the number I had for child support. I had gotten a letter in the mail saying I ad to go to New York for court. So I went up there. He knew he had to come to court as well. He didn’t show. I was livid ! I had to pay for a flight to come to New York plus I had the case dismissed due to neither one of us living in Suffolk county where the order of support started. I went to the child support office that was in my area. They said I needed to get all of this paper work from New York, which I didn’t even understand why they couldn’t do it but that’s neither here or there. All this time he had given maybe 60 each month. That was something I guess …. All this time his family knew what was going on and they gave no support. That is very frustrating. I actually feel like my son gets the short end of the stick as grand kids due to I speak my mind and I don’t try to sugar coat stuff.

I am currently still not getting anything and I am still waiting for the child support, with that being said I have a whole job. I work for retail and if you know retail its not the best. Its not the best but it pays the bills. I say its not the best due to the times and the amount of time. So since my son has a dead beat dad and his father’s family hasn’t tried to give any support yet my family has stepped up and my husbands family has helped. I have tried to look for side hustles. I recently just posted a YouTube https://youtu.be/M6O5BiPx3Zs go ahead and check that out if you want. Thanks for listening/ reading my little vent. Next post I will be sharing some of my side hustles that I have been doing to get a little extra income.

 

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