Hello, my name is Jane Maghanoy, The Work at Home Mom (WAHM) Coach and I help moms start a home-based career. Shoot me a quick email to see how I can help you.

I am also the CEO/Founder of Jass Online Solutions, a digital marketing agency where we provide a one stop destination source of online business solutions needs.

 

 

 

What To Do When You Lose Freelance Work

It's almost one month when I lost my client and yes it is stressful because you don't know how you are going to make your ends meet. At times, I feel down and lost but wait I know for a fact that clients come and go for different reasons so what am  I fussing about! Freelancing always comes with a huge risk especially if you go for it full-time. Okay, so what do you do if it actually happens to you? Here's what  I did: CRY OUT ALL YOU CAN. PRAY. ACCEPT REALITY. Umiyak ka lang. It's normal to get hurt, to panic but don't let it get your way. PRAY to God to give you more strength and ask to accept things the way it is. Sometimes you may feel sorry for yourself. Sometimes, you cannot accept it.I guess it's because pride is in my heart and with the wrong mindset that I've been in the industry for so long and have great skills to use so why should I lost projects. But in reality, it's not really about your tenure and skills. Accept the reality that at some point in our lives we will be tested. Accept the fact that we are not in control. Once you accept it, get over yourself and think about God's promise that he will never leave us nor forsake us. God is in control. DO NOT GIVE UP Keep on applying for more projects. I expanded my job marketplaces to other platforms like PeoplePerhour.com and fiverr.com. WORK ON YOUR OWN PROJECTS Since I have a lot of free time, I  work on my personal...

An Interview with Kristine Ohagan

Today, I am featuring a young mom, who despite her young age and an undergraduate is able to make it successful online. Truly, work from home success is all about attitude, skills and knowledge. Be inspired with her story! If she can, you too can do it!     The Wahm Coach:  How long have you been a work at home mom? I’ve been a work at home mom for 2 years-3 months and counting. The Wahm Coach: What did you do before you became a work at home mom? I was once a 4th year college student but due to some important reasons, I stopped studying. From that, I shifted to selling munchkins, barbecue, fried bananas, biscuits and more in order to support my baby who is inside my tummy that time. The Wahm Coach:  Why did you decide to pursue this path? I really don’t have an idea on what online work is. I just thought of the fact that this might be my winning streak in life. Without hesitations, I went to internet cafes to read about oDesk(now Upwork). From there, I learned many things which helped me grow as a person. I pursue this path because I knew I can do it. I believe that this opportunity is life-changing and knocks only once. God guided me to where I am now and I am so much thankful to Him for, without Him, I can’t survive this online world that is full of competition and challenges.   The Wahm Coach: Working from home is either getting an online job or having a home-based business. Which path are...