5 Essential Tools for Telecommuting

Working from home is great — especially if you have the right tools to make a seamless transition from office to house.

Webcam Etiquette: Tips from the Other Side of the Conference Call

Just when we all got used to being heard but not seen on VoIP calls, teleconferences, webinars, and video conferencing have all come of age. Be afraid. [more]

7 Steps to Work-Life Balance When Working from Home

If you don't get ahead of your busy schedule, your busy schedule will get ahead of you.

8 Ways Telework Can Save You $20,000 a Year

Two nights ago, some friends came over for dinner. [more]

How to Get Your Boss to Let You Work From Home

Americans spend an average of 50 minutes a day commuting to and from work. That's about 200 hours a year wasted in traffic jams. [more]

Is Telecommuting a Good Way to Go Green?

Telecommuting may sounds like a practical option only for big corporations, but with the advent of web-based software and other tools, a small businesses can easily allow many employees to telecommute. [more]

Location Independent Career Basics

Would you like to have the ability to work from anywhere you wish? The backyard? The café down the street? Your bedroom? [more]

Three paths to being a digital nomad

I wanted to be a digital nomad before anybody--before the term existed; before the technology existed; before most people even imagined that it would someday be possible to earn a living without ever being in the same place as your coworkers, bosses, [more]

Plumas County: Hidden (Cheaper) California

I’m going to let you in on my biggest secret to living large on a tiny budget. [more]

7 Simple Rules that Your Work-at-Home Employer Should Follow

Working from home, as a contractor or full-time employee for a legitimate business, seems to be a great way of making money while keeping a flexible schedule with plenty of time fo