I’ve been working for myself in the comfort of my own home or on the road since 2006. With all those years of working remotely albeit as my own boss, I have some experience in this area of work. Many stay at home moms have reached out looking for ways to make money from home, and to them, this post is dedicated.
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First, let’s dig into some things I’ve learned this past year or so while traveling all over New England and still needing to make that cash from the internet.
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5 Tips for Working Remotely While Traveling
The number one way to make any sort of money when working remotely while traveling is to have a stable WiFi connection. Let me tell you what, this isn’t always easy. There are some hotels and public WiFi access points that are not stable. For instance, the Rodeway Inn? That place doesn’t have very stable WiFi, and that can make it more difficult to make money while traveling.
Strengthen Communication Skills
Working from home since 2006 has been interesting for this chick who has social anxiety, well the technical diagnosis is Generalized Anxiety Disorder. I am a constant work in progress for communication skills while working remotely, but it’s a vital component if you want to make money from the internet while traveling. Work on those communication skills so that your remote employer or customers are able to know what’s going on with their required tasks and projects.
Create & Stick to a Routine
Working remotely requires a lot of self-motivation, dedication, and focus but what happens when you’re traveling and trying to work remotely? You have to work harder to adapt to a regularly scheduled routine and try to stick to it. This is very difficult when you’re living on the road, but it can be done! If you can’t create a routine that has set “work hours” do your best to create a routine that has you completing certain tasks in a specific order each time you sit down to work remotely.
I know that while traveling I tend to have my cell phone right beside me. This is mostly because my oldest isn’t with us and I like to be “on-call” for that child. I also like to have my cell phone beside me when we’re traveling so that I can call if an emergency strikes or my other half needs to reach me while he’s at work. I try to put my cell on vibrate though anytime I’m sitting down to get work done. I also shut off all social media notifications when it’s work time so that I can minimize distractions and focus on getting my work from home done while traveling.
Last, but not least, the best way to get work done remotely while traveling is to be confident in your skills and what you do for work. Remember that you’re blessed to be able to work remotely and travel wherever you want to go. Be confident in your skillset, your abilities and the fact that you can do this. Don’t let the outside distractions and moving around while traveling get you down and out about life, you can work remotely while traveling if you’re confident about this being a job, and get stuff done!
There you have it, my top 5 tips to work remotely while traveling. If you’ve been following along with me since day one then you know that I’ve been working for myself since 2006, with one year outside of the home as an administrative assistant [that’s my favorite type of office job outside of the home, but alas, being a work at home mama is my favorite job]. The simple fact that I’ve been able to build a blog and a virtual assistant business from the ground up at home, and learn during the last 13 years means that I come to you with some expertise in this niche.
With this expertise, I’d like to offer you a chance to make your dreams come true, working remotely while traveling or sitting at home with the kids! You too can be a work at home parent, whether married, in a relationship, or single. It will take hard work and it will take dedication, but if you’re ready to dive into the work at home arena, then go ahead and purchase my list of ULTIMATE GUIDE OF WORKING AT HOME JOBS AND BUSINESS IDEAS today.