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3 Tips To Turn Your Hobby Into Cash

Most women, whether young or old, have at least one hobby. That little activity that allows her to escape from the stresses of life. It also puts her back in touch with her creative side. I've had so many hobbies over the years, it's hard to remember them all. And, yes, I have made money with some of them. For me, it was simply fun to create things that people actually wanted to buy. For others, it's all about living the dream of supporting themselves by doing something that doesn't feel like work. Either way, here are my top 3 tips to turn your hobby into cash.

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5 Jobs That Bring Meaning To Life

Although you should never solely rely on your career to bring meaning to your life, having a fulfilling position can be key to having a happy, well-balanced life. After all, many of us spend the majority of our time at work. If you’re considering a change, here are 5 jobs that bring meaning to life:

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3 Fulfilling Careers For The People-Focused Woman

Are you working in an unfulfilling job? Do you wish you could make money and also help people? Or are you just ready for a career change? Training for a career shift is becoming more and more common, as women want to fulfill deeper life dreams and goals. Here are some of the most popular choices for careers that focus on helping others.

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Start Building A Career You Love Today

While building a career, it's a given that you have a job in your desired field. This job is usually one that uses your skills, experience, and has fulfilling aspects that keep you moving upward. However, having just any old job is not necessarily building a career you will love for the long haul. Let's take a look at the differences and how you might start building a career you love today!

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4 Fun Ways To Make Your Blog A Successful Business

Today, more and more bloggers are turning their passion for writing into profitable businesses. It's easier now than ever to start a blog and even create a stream of income while sharing your niche or passion. But it also means there are more blogs out there with which to compete. And, unfortunately, it's not as easy to rise to the top and get noticed, let alone, sell your goods. So, if you’re serious about making money, learn how to build a successful career around your blog.

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5 Fulfilling Career Paths That Give Back To Society

Finding the perfect job is not always easy. Many women, especially young adults, struggle for years to enter careers that use their unique skills and fulfill their spirits. Many are forced to take positions that are convenient and simply pay the bills. Still, that small voice speaks frequently about wanting more than just a job. Fortunately, this could be a reality by looking in the right places. I've compiled a list of 5 popular fulfilling career paths that give back to society.

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My Path To Inspirational Women

While I have written about a lot of amazing women, most of whom have fought and won against some form of adversity or another in their lives and are now reaching for the stars, I have also found that people are asking how I find these people – and if I am practicing what I preach. In other words, am I a victim of bullying and how did I cope? So I thought that I’d make a slight detour here and tell you all about me!

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Your Weekly Dose of Diva: The Truth About Boundaries…

Boundaries. This one topic has confused and annoyed more people than you can throw a stick at (including yours truly)! Ask ten people on the street and they will all give you a different version of what a healthy boundary looks like and when it should be set. But, at the end of the day, we want some clarity (or maybe it's just me?). What is this boundary stuff all about? What is the truth about boundaries?

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Meet Lore Burns: Australia’s Multi-Talented Choice For The World Championship Of Performing Arts!

Another name to remember – LORE BURNS – another singer who is going places! Born in the UK but raised in Australia, Lore has played music and studied theatre her whole life and has recently worked on her first commercial show: "King Kong." She is passionate about music, drama and social justice. Also a part time music teacher, she shares her gifts as well as dream about her future.

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5 Criminals That Stand In The Way Of Change And How To Remove Them

I know you've seen videos of protesters picketing or even physically blocking an entrance to a building or piece of land.Those who protest for a cause either want or need to stop something from changing or make it change. The result can go one of three ways depending on how peaceful the protest is: the protesters win and get their way, they don't and slip back into the crowd, or they get hauled away in paddy wagon. I picture these protesters gathering inside our minds when confronted with significant acts of change. Have you felt this crowd of free-thinkers protesting your dreams and goals? Are your efforts to do things differently frequently sabotaged by unseen troublemakers?

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Meet Australian Author – Melissa Wray

A silly admission on my part, being an author, writer, columnist etc., etc., but I am going to make it anyway – the other day it sort of dawned on me that the entertainment industry is not limited to actors/singers/songwriters/models etc but it also encompasses a much wider range of talented artists, including writers – and – so many more.

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What Is Hope?

There is record of the word hope in English, though in varying form, dating back to before the twelfth century and even earlier in Hebrew. I have a good feeling that even before there was a word, there was an action- a longing, an expectation, an anticipation. It's like the human equivalent of an animal's instinct- a built in feature. Not to say that animals don't hope and humans don't have instinct. It could be that both of these things are interchangeable and innate with all life. We need hope to live, thrive, and find our purpose. That is why I am thankful to

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5 Important Things To Teach Your Daughter

Though I'm not claiming to be an expert in child development, I think having and raising 6 children (3 of which are grown, successful women) puts me in the ball park to at least give a little advice. Raising 5 girls has been a life-changing experience for me. I've seen my strengths and, of course, my weaknesses as they impact my girls. Over the years I've realized there are certain things that girls need to know in order to be strong, happy women. Here are my top 5 lessons to teach your daughter (preferably before she gets to college).

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What About This Mothering Thing?

I am a mother. I have 3 little people. Two daughters and one son; ages 9, 7 and 5 respectively. I have a mother, and I have a mother-in-law. I also still have a living grandmother. So what is a mother? If we refer to the dictionary the definition is concise - a ‘female parent’. But how do we do it and what are our expectations of being a mother? What about having a mother? Surely it’s more than being a female parent. It’s about the nurturing, the teaching, the sharing, the guidance and the companionship. There are many books penned on just the issues of how to be a better mother and how to deal with the position of being a mother.

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One Creative Young Lady Changing The World

I was recently sent a press release about a young girl who is using her creative ideas and huge heart to change the world. Nine-year-old, Lizzie, is folding her way to raise $1,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, and she's already almost halfway to her goal. Her simple idea challenges adults to use talents and creativity to serve mankind in some way. The fact that she's spending her time working for this worthy cause is also a reflection of how she's been raised...praise to you Jennifer for teaching Lizzie the power of thinking outside the box and giving! My hope is that Lizzie surpasses her goal in a big way and even gets opportunities to help on a larger scale. Let's help Lizzy make a difference by reposting this article or sharing it on your social networking pages. If you have your own blog, please write a post about her and what she's doing.

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