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Jan
17

Home-Based Job Listings

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Gametime Is Hiring Remote Customer Service Workers

Entry-Level Transcribers

Ongoing Writer Needed for Writing YouTube/Social Media “How to” Advice Blogs Based off My YouTube Videos

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Isaiah’s Daughter by Mesu Andrews

Isaiah’s Daughter (WaterBrook, Jan. 16, 2018reaches back to biblical times to unearth a rags-to-royalty story of the captive orphan, Ishma—meaning “desolation”—who rises to the glory of Judah’s beloved queen. When the royal prophet Isaiah welcomes Ishma into his home as a household servant, her spirit and intellect win the favor of Prince Hezekiah (Hezi). As the bond between Ishma and Hezi grows, Isaiah adopts and renames her Hephzibah (Zibah)—meaning “delight of the Lord”—qualifying her to marry royalty. Zibah and Hezi marry, but she discovers loving him will require more of her than she ever imagined.

Here is an excerpt: https://waterbrookmultnomah.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/SNEAK-PEEK-Isaiahs-Daughter.pdf

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In today’s mobile economy, having an effective e-commerce website has become more important than ever for companies to stay competitive. E-commerce made up 11.7 percent of total U.S. sales in 2016, bringing in $394.9 billion, Commerce Department data shows, an increase of over 15 percent over 2015. This increase reflects a steady trend that has held since, and today’s e-commerce share is on track to continue to grow.

If you want to attract your share of this growing e-commerce market, your website must have certain key features. Here are three things you should be sure to include in your sites e-commerce ecosystem.

Make Your Site Mobile-Friendly

The majority of website traffic now comes from mobile devices, and mobile traffic is driving all new growth in U.S. web traffic, with a 68 percent increase in mobile browsing since 2015 as Internet usage in general stays flat, Adobe Analytics data reports. This makes it essential to have a mobile-friendly site.

A mobile-friendly site should have a mobile-first, responsive web design that is geared toward the screen sizes used by smartphone and tablet viewers, but can adjust to PC sizes as well. Mobile-friendly sites should have large graphics, text and navigational features that are easily visible and usable on smaller screens. Your site should also load quickly on mobile devices, so you should minimize image file size by using strategies such as content delivery networks, compression, caching and minified JavaScript and CSS. Read More→

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Dec
06

Home-Based Job Listings

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American Express Is Hiring Work-From-Home Customer Service Reps For $15 An Hour (Plus Bonuses!)

Williams-Sonoma Now Offering Work-From-Home Positions

Jackson Hewitt Is Filling Several Work-From-Home Jobs Right Now

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Nov
23

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Nov
07

Review: ENCHANTED CHRISTMAS

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Photo: Credit: Copyright 2017 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Fred Hayes

Can you feel it? That little edge of crispness in the air and the undercurrent of excitement in the stores? The holidays are right around the corner and you know what that means. Decorations, baking and family? Uh…no. It’s time to tuck into snuggly pajamas, grab a steaming cup of cocoa and curl up on the couch with your favorite holiday movies!

Every year, Hallmark Channel outdoes itself on the family movie front and this year is no different. With TWENTY-ONE new holiday features premiering on the network’s “Countdown to Christmas” this season, there is plenty of sweet, family friendly goodness to go around.

One of these movies in particular has piqued my interest. It’s called Enchanted Christmas*. Here’s the description of the movie:

Young widow, Laura Trudeau (played by Alexa PenaVega) was a remarkable dancer. Now working as a project manager in LA, she is tasked to renovate a rundown hotel lodge, in her hometown of Rosemont, Utah and have it ready by Christmas eve. She is stunned to run into her former love and dance partner Ricardo Archuleta, (Carlos PenaVega) who she discovers is in rehearsals for The Christmas Eve shows grand finale, with his new dance partner Taylor (Chelsie Hightower, “Dancing with the Stars”).  When Taylor has an audition abroad, Laura once again finds herself back in Ricardo’s arms. Feelings are rekindled, and with both the hotel opening and the show in jeopardy, Laura has to make some difficult decisions, both personally and professionally.

You can check out the trailer here.   http://www.hallmarkchannel.com/videos/preview-enchanted-christmas

Doesn’t that look great? Who doesn’t love ballroom dancing? And you throw in Christmas? Seriously! 

If you thought you recognized the main character, Laura, you probably did. Alexa PenaVega skyrocketed to fame in the Spy Kids series of movies. Now she’s all grown up and co-starring with her husband, Carlos PenaVega. They even contributed their musical talents by recording one of the songs for the movie. Is there anything they can’t do?

Enchanted Christmas airs on November 12th on Hallmark Channel at 8:00 pm/7:00 central. Don’t miss it!

*Enchanted Christmas is a Mission Pictures International and Gabriel Productions, LLC production. Cindy Bond and Gene Davis serve as Executive producers. James Wilberger and Jarrod Phillips are producers. Terry Cunningham directed from a script by Rick Garman and Catherine Y. Friday.  #HallmarkChannel #EnchantedChristmas #CountdowntoChristmas #Missionpicturesintl

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Oct
02

Home-Based Job Listings

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Williams-Sonoma Now Offering Work-From-Home Positions

Humana Has More Than 100 Work-From-Home Jobs With Full Benefits

Amazon Is Filling Tons Of Work-From-Home Jobs For The Holiday Season

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Aug
18

How to Identify and Report Nursing Home Abuse

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Sad WomanNursing home abuse and neglect are unfortunately a common cause of hospitalization for the elderly and disabled who rely on such facilities. And these events sometimes lead to premature death for the victims. Here are a few tips on how to identify and report nursing home abuse.

Understand That the Victim May Not Be Able to Communicate

Don’t think that the victim of neglect or abuse will be able to tell you. They spend hours a day with the employees and they may be afraid to voice concerns because it will impact the quality of care. If they “tell”, they may not get help for hours after falling, remain uncleaned for days, not have assistance with meals, and otherwise be left to suffer deliberate neglect as punishment. And that’s assuming the victim can communicate it. Someone who is weak due to illness or underlying health problems now suffering malnutrition or dehydration due to neglect probably cannot tell you they aren’t getting enough to eat or drink.

Look for Signs of Neglect

Neglect and abuse often leave physical indications that are obvious even if the patient is afraid or unable to communicate it. Someone with dementia is at increased risk of dental problems because they don’t remember they haven’t brushed their teeth. They may not take their medication because they don’t realize they need it or take too much because they don’t know their schedule. This is why someone with dementia ends up in a nursing home. Continuation of poor dental health instead of improvement, seemingly greasy skin and hair, or lack of medication compliance in an environment that should provide it is a sign of neglect. A patient losing weight despite supposedly being fed or chronically dehydrated is not being cared for. Someone with bruises is either not receiving assistance to perform daily tasks or is actually assaulted by caregivers. Both are problems you need to address.

The Paper Trail

You will sometimes find a paper trail as evidence of nursing home abuse or neglect. Neglect can take the form of unpaid bills where the legal guardian isn’t paying bills that should be paid. One sign of abuse is when the patient is constantly asking for money from guardians without clear indication as to where it goes, such as gifts for grandchildren or hair salon visits. This can be a sign that staff are charging them for services that should be part of the nursing home bill. Or the staff may be taking money to buy items the elder shouldn’t have, whether alcohol, tobacco, or foods prohibited by someone’s doctor.

More serious signs of abuse include changes to someone’s power of attorney, repeated ATM withdrawals or someone constantly asking or needing essentials like socks, underwear, diapers or medications.

You should also seek the help of a nursing home lawyer like those at Garcia Law because extorting the most vulnerable in society is a crime.

Conclusion

Don’t assume that mom will tell you that something is wrong or amiss; she may not have the mental or physical ability to do so, while employees who are abusing or neglecting someone have good reason to come up with excuses. When a patient seems to have physical signs of neglect or abuse, it is necessary to seek an impartial third-party opinion from a medical provider. When there are injuries and illnesses, document everything and seek medical advice, though legal advice may be necessary. Any financial or legal mismanagement requires legal action.

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Aug
08

Home-Based Job Listings

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Disney – Hiring Work-From-Home Customer Service Reps In Select States

Hertz – Openings for Work-From-Home Jobs

Salesforce – Hiring 150 Employees To Work From Home (With Benefits!). To view their work-from-home job listings, go to the job search section at Salesforce career website. Enter the keywords “remote” and “US” in the “where” search bar to refine the results for remote jobs in the United States.

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Jul
04

Happy 4th of July from CWAHM!

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Happy 4th of July from all of us here at CWAHM!

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