Work • Life • Recreation • Relaxation

Tue 24 Apr 2018

Introduction

homeworking.com is the website for people who either work at home, or work from home.

If you are looking for help doing your school homework, then try the BBC Bitesize site.

After a year's break, the site is reinventing itself, and planning to offer:

  • Useful articles
  • Jobs
  • Book and website reviews
  • A forum
  • Case studies

It will take time to develop the site, so please bare with us.

Homeworking Jobs

Jobs from Indeed

Press coverage

  • 8 Aug 1999 BBC Breakfast TV
  • 8 Nov 1999 The Scotsman
  • 14 Feb 2000 The Times
  • 7 Mar 2000 Palm Beach Post
  • 9 Sep 2003 Guardian
  • 10 Apr 2004 Telegraph
  • 16 Nov 2006 Independent
  • 9 Feb 2011 Guardian

Also: Sky Digital Money

(c) 2016 Homeworking.com

homeworking.org email

For the homeworking.org email services, click here

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Homeworking suggestion inspired by film director Kevin Smith.  Source

Reading about working at home, is probably the second best thing you can do, along with:

  • Reading other web sites on homeworking
  • Buying books on working for yourself
  • Doing homework on working at home
  • Gets hints and tips about home working

But they call pale into insignificance, compared to the Number One thing you can do:

  • Actually working from home.

Film directory Kevin Smith recalls:

My sister gave me, hands down, the best piece of advice I ever got in my life because it led to my film career. I said to her, “Oh man, I saw this movie Slacker and it makes me want to be a filmmaker,” and she goes, “OK, be a filmmaker. Don’t think ‘I want to be’, just think that you are a filmmaker who just hasn’t made a film yet.” It sounds kind of existential, but it’s practical — you have to believe before anyone else can. (Kevin Smith interview at Shortlist.com)

In other words, don't be a wannabe homeworker. Be a homeworker.