Finding Remote, Work-From-Home Jobs

At a time when many people are temporarily out of work, more and more people seem to be searching for jobs. Jobs allowing people to work from home are very appealing.

The coronavirus quarantine has brought “stay-at-home” orders to many states. I live in Pennsylvania. There is now stay-at-home orders for the entire state. I’m a healthcare worker at a local hospital and my husband is a corrections officer at a state prison. There is no stay at home for us but I feel for those that aren’t able to work right now. I’m somewhere between being grateful to still be working to being afraid to still be working if that makes sense.

If you are one that’s at home right now you may have been looking for possible jobs that allow you to work from home. Most school age children are home with homeschooling set up now which makes it even harder to leave for a job. But if you’ve done the searches, you know there are a lot of work from home scams out there.

Flexjobs is one sources for remote, work from home jobs. Check out their site here:

I was actually surprised how many jobs can suddenly be work from home when it seemed like it wasn’t possible before. Insurance agents, teachers, telemarketers, radio dj’s and more. Turn on the TV and you’ll see a lot of talk show hosts doing their shows from home. I’ve heard of people doing medical transcription from home. I honestly considered going into medical transcription for a short time.

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I hope this site is helpful to you. I wish everyone good health and hope this is all over soon!

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Forming an LLC for my Blog in Pennsylvania

This post is sponsored by DiamondLinks. Any opinions expressed are my own. This post is not meant to take place of legal advice. I am not a legal professional.

I’ve been thinking about creating an LLC for my blog for a few years now. I’ve known other bloggers that have done it but was a little shy about pulling the trigger. On one hand I had this blog I created, I make a side income on it, and I’m considered a professional blogger. On the other hand, did I really need to? Did I want to spend the money? Where do I even start? I’m no a lawyer! I don’t have a business degree! Help!

I looked into those online legal sites but I wasn’t going to get away without spending at least $350 for what seemed like the minimum but the way they worded things made it seem like you needed a lot more. I looked into getting a lawyer but just to get my foot in the door was going to be $225 not to mention what other charges there were. Well it turns out I have a friend that’s a legal secretary for a local lawyer and she guided me through the process getting an LLC for my blog in Pennsylvania. It was a lot easier than what I expected.

All of the links you need for business formation forms in Pennsylvania can be found here. I chose to do an LLC to help protect my personal assets should anything crazy happen. For my blog the only things I needed for my LLC in Pennsylvania was the certificate of organization form and the docketing statement. Eventually I will do a fictitious name too.

Hearing some of the scary stories of what have happened to a few bloggers and reading inspiring stories like Matt Redhawk and Parker helped me finally take the step. I’m proud to say the paperwork and check for my LLC are in the mail to Harrisburg!

Different states and different types of businesses have different needs. If you are not sure about what your state or business needs, it’s best to consult a legal professional