Charlene Jimenez

Charlene Jimenez is a freelance writer, editor, and adjunct creative writing professor for Rio Salado College--all of which she gets to do from home. Two of her passions are learning and writing, and her work at home jobs allow her to get the best of both worlds. Charlene’s writing has been featured on the New York Times blog.

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3 Low-Cost Ways to Deal with Clients Who Won't Pay

Every freelancer has to deal with clients who don't pay. When it comes to collecting payment, there are low-cost options you can implement today.
 

3 Modifications to Enhance Your Home Office and Increase Productivity

What if you could increase productivity just by changing a few things in your home office? Well, you can! Here are three ideas to get you started.
 

4 Skills of a Successful Freelancer

Want to be a better, more successful freelancer? Develop these four skills and reap the freelancing benefits.
 

5 Signs You're Ready to Start Your Freelance Career

Giving up your traditional, 9 to 5 job for a freelancing career can be a tough decision to make. Here are five signs to know when you're ready.
 

Finding Balance Between Your Work and Personal Life

Reclaim the distinction between your personal and work life with four easy things you can do starting today.
 

Finding Work Teaching Online for Community Colleges

Are you looking for a new industry to break into? Teaching online for community colleges might be the perfect start.
 

Get Out of the House: 3 Great Work Place Alternatives

You don't have to succumb to distractions at home; you just have to know where the perfect spots to refocus are.
 

How to Easily Spot Work at Home Scams

Have you ever wondered if an at-home job opportunity was too good to be true? Here are some red flags that will help you identify scams and protect yourself.
 

How to Switch from a Traditional Resume to a Freelance Resume

As a freelancer, you are your brand. And what better way to share and strengthen your brand than by using a freelance resume to highlight your freelance achievements?
 

Revamp Your Cover Letters for a Better Response from Potential Clients

A cover letter is a first impression. Make it count and you'll be more likely to land the gigs you want.

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