Hillary Grigonis

Hillary Grigonis is a freelance writer, editor and photographer. Shortly after her son was born, she quit her job of seven years to work from home running her business, Pixel Press & Photo. Hillary specializes in web content and media relations, as well as photography-related topics, and is the author of the preteen novel Kaleidoscope Me. Her work is frequently featured on DigitalCamera-HQ.com, Bestcovery.com, WAHM.com and more.

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Self-Publishing for Profit: How to Publish on Kindle

Wrote a book? Make it available for sale on Kindle within Amazon's eBook store.
 

Self-Publishing for Profit: How To Use CreateSpace

CreateSpace is one of the most popular options for self-publishing.
 

Self-Publishing For Profit: Writing the First Draft

Getting started on that first draft is scary, but not impossible.
 

Should Freelancers Ever Work for Free?

When should and when shouldn't freelancers work for free?
 

Taking the Leap: 5 Tips for Transitioning From Employed to Self-Employed

Going from a steady paycheck to self-employment is never an easy decision, but with a little preparation it can be the right one.
 

The 7 Best Online Summer Jobs

Although online summer jobs can be hard to find, there are several summer jobs that can help work at home moms or teenagers further their careers...
 

The Top 7 Ways to Fight Morning Sickness Without Medication

Shortly after discovering impending motherhood, many expectant women suffer from nausea. Medications are often best avoided when pregnant, but there are ways to fight morning sickness without pills.
 

Vitamin Supplements During Pregnancy: What's Safe to Take?

Expecting? That tiny life is depending on you for all of their nutrients. Prenatal vitamins help both the baby and you. Here's what to take and when to take them.
 

WAHM Interview: Meet Crystal Paine, a Mom That Combined Writing and Frugality Into a Successful Business Venture

Crystal Paine helped put her husband through law school debt-free with a $35 a week grocery budget. Now, she's using her frugal spirit and knowledge of creative ways to pinch pennies for her own career path at MoneySavingMom.com.
 

Want to Make Money on YouTube? Follow These 5 Tips

While making a full time living from YouTube is possible, it's harder than it looks. So before you quit your day job, check out our checklist for YouTube success.

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