Welcome to the inaugural issue of Work-at-Home-Job Ideas!

As a work at home mom myself, I am always looking for the latest and greatest in the work at home world, as well as ways to save a buck here and there.

In my monthly newsletter, I hope to bring you EVEN MORE companies that are hiring virtual workers!

I am always interested in what YOU have to say, so please let me know what industries or categories of jobs that you would like me to spotlight for you in future issues of my newsletter or on my website:


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But without further ado, let's look at finding jobs that are "outside the box"!

In this issue:

  • Canadian work at home jobs!

  • Customer service Jobs that can be done from home!


  • Howtoshopforfree.net! (wait till you see this one!)

    Also, as a thank you for subscribing to my monthly newsletter, I am including this FREE e book: WAHM IT! The Master's Course: A work at home mother's guide to building a real business on the net. Simply click here and it's all yours.

    If clicking the link above does not take you to your free e book, please copy and paste the link into your browser.

    Even if you are not a "work at home mom" (maybe you are a work at home dad!) this is a valuable ebook detailing how to build a business on the internet.

    No get rich quick or gimmicks here; just a true, honest way to make a nice, steady income from home.

    Work at home jobs that are based in Canada.

    Recently one of my readers contacted me asking if there were work at home jobs (other than Contract X Change) that were based in Canada.

    I was very happy to let him know that there are many companies based in Canada that hire at home workers. So for all of my Canadian readers,these are for you!

    English Solutions.ca

    Customer Service Jobs from home!

    As you may know, my Virtual Jobs page lists great companies that hire at home workers but you may be surprised to know that there are many more companies out there that are hiring.

    I am in the process of researching these and they should be on my site within the next year but I am going to list them here for all my newsletter subscribers so that you can get a head start on the application process!

    Please do still be cautious and research the companies carefully.

    Remember that, (with very few exceptions like ARISE and Contract X Change) you should not have to pay to work for a company, they should pay you!

    Here you go!:

    Xact Telesolutions
    1-800 Flowers
    Accolade Support
    Advise Tech
    Service 800
    Quest Diagnostics
    American Airlines
    Progressive Business Publications
    Prince Market Research
    APAC Customer Service
    On Point Advocacy
    O'Currance Teleservices
    Next Level Solutions
    Blue Zebra Appointment Setting
    Call Desk
    Channel Blend
    Kelly Services
    Customer Service Review
    V Force
    derosa Communications
    Direct Interactions.com
    Expert Business Development
    Home Shopping Network



    Ok guys, the website above is absolutely free, you don't pay a penny for all the great info you get. What is howtoshopforfree.net?

    It is a website for couponers (even if you don't coupon, you just HAVE to take a look at this website) and it can save you quite a bit of money.

    Not only can you check out all the latest deals and steals that you can find at various stores, the website has a really neat tool that it offers to its readers and again, it is totally FREE.

    This tool is called the "coupon database" and guys, if you coupon, you will know how valuable this is.

    Ok, ok let me explain.

    For those of you who don't have the slightest idea how to coupon, that is ok, it is very simple and I will tell you how to do it.

    1. Start collecting the Sunday Paper. EVERY SUNDAY. Without fail.

    2. Within the Sunday paper, you will find "coupon inserts". The different inserts are put out by :

  • Smart Source

  • Red Plum

  • P&G (Proctor and Gamble)

  • General Mills

    (They won't all come out with an insert every week, some weeks you may have only one insert, other weeks all 4 but it is still worth collecting every week because you don't want to miss the week that they put out all of their cleaning supply coupons, as an example).

    3. Put the date on the inserts and store them in a box.

    4. Go to your local grocery store or , even easier, go to your store's website and check out the store circular that lists all the sales going on that particular week.

    5.NOW is when you use Kathy Spencer's wonderful, fabulous coupon database. How? Why?

    Say you have Charmin on sale at Kroger.

    It is normally $9.99 but is on sale for 5.99 this week only.

    You go to How to Shop for Free's coupon database (which is found along the top navigational menu on the website) and punch in Charmin.

    What comes up?

    Information on a coupon in the May 27th Red Plum insert for $1.00 off Charmin.

    It will probably look like this:

    5/27 RP $1.00

    So now, you take your box, grab the 5/27 Red Plum insert, locate the Charmin coupon, cut it out and you're done!

    Guess what, you just saved 50% on that one item.

    So, that's all you do, match the sales for that week with the coupons you have been collecting.

    I don't have to tell you that after a while, this adds up.

    I usually save anywhere from 20-60% every time I do my grocery shopping.

    I now use the extra money that I save as my "entertainment fund".

    It's great, I take my family out to the movies or out to dinner and I don't feel one bit guilty about it because it's money that would have gone to the grocery store and now I can use it how I want to!!

    I know what you're thinking, that sounds great and all but I don't have the time!!

    When I am having a very busy season , which lately has been all the time it seems, I use The Grocery Game.

    It does the same thing as the coupon database except it does all the coupon matching for me so that I just click on the items I want to buy and it prints out a list the coupons I need to clip.

    That's it !

    It saves me about a few hours a week and I probably shouldn't tell you this but I mostly get it for free; every few months or so, they give me a free trial for 4 weeks!

    (I have paid the $10.00 fee for 6 weeks from time to time, I'm not a total cheapskate!)

    They give every new customer a 4 week trial totally free so that you can try it out without it costing you a penny.

    They don't hassle you about cancelling either, it's all done online with just the click of a button.

    (Like I said, I know this because I have cancelled several times when I went back to matching coupons on my own but I always seem to come back to The Grocery Game because it's so easy and for me, at least right now, time is money!)

    Well my friends, that's Work at Home Job ideas for the month of June.!

    Hope this was able to help you in some small way and as always, I wish you the best of luck in all your endeavors!

    See you next month!



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