Homebased Mommie

HomeBased Mommie is work at home blog that is a sister site of Workersonboard.com that contains reviews of your favorite work at home jobs, companies, money-making ideas and other ways to earn cash at home.  This site is dedicated to helping anyone find legit work at home opportunities and avoid the work at home scams and schemes that are so prevalent online today.

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Whether your goal is to work from home on a more permanent basis, temporarily, earn extra income or as a career, you will find plenty of resources to help you achieve it so that you can stay at home and still make money online without leaving the privacy of your home.

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Please make sure that you follow this blog so that you will not miss out on any work at home jobs or money-making opportunities.  You can also follow me for more work at home jobs, leads, etc. here below.

Feel free to let your friends, family members and others know about this site if they are looking for legit ways to make money from home.

tablet-690032_640If you would like personal coaching to help you on your work at home journey, please take my online course entitled, “How to Find Legitimate Work at Home Jobs” that is now enrolling new students daily on Udemy.  The course if approximately 1.5 hours long and I provide you with personal advice on exactly what keywords you can use to find legitimate work at home job opportunities, how to detect work at home scams – so that you will never have to go through this, where you can go to get a free, professional resume, what to say or not say in an interview and so much more!  I am here to help you along with your work at home journey.  All Homebasedmommie fans can get the course for more than 50% off the normal price!  Please click here to redeem your coupon.

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Work at home website – Workersonboard.com A huge database of work at home jobs in writing, customers, virtual assistants, call center reps as well as non-phone jobs.  Too many to list.

Work at home community – Workersonboard Talk (forum discussion community that you can join for free to learn about how much people are making online, their favorite companies to work for and additional ways to earn money from home).

Worldwide Work at home website – Workersonboard Worldwide.com is a site that lists the latest companies that hire people to work from home outside the United States and all over the world.

Work at home newsletter – A free weekly newsletter that has even more job leads posted online and other opportunities to help you increase your online income delivered right to your email.

Work at home channel – Weekly updates for those who want to work from home as well as payment proofs, high paying surveys and much more in video format.  Make sure that you subscribe to this channel because I talk about things here for my subscribers that I don’t necessarily talk about in detail on my blog or website.

Work at home Q & A – Get answers to your questions about working at home, specific companies, technical requirements and more through this online portal.

Work at home Ebooks – A few ebooks to keep you informed about companies that hire people to work from home, what it takes to keep a work at home job, a huge list of more work at home companies, when is the best time to apply and everything else in between.

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You can take one my online courses on How to find Legitimate work at home Jobs that gives details on exactly what keywords to use, how to avoid work at home scams, receive tips on what to include in your resume, interview tips and much more!  Click here to get started.


cora · February 26, 2015 at 2:48 pm

Hi Mrs. Alicia,
I am writing you because I truly have a very personal question to ask when it comes to making money from home. If one is looking into starting a blog as their business and doing the surveys, should one keep those monies separate from monies for livelihood especially if your are not able to hold a steady outside job. thank you and I look forward to hearing from you very soon!! 🙂

    aw1219 · February 26, 2015 at 5:00 pm

    Hi Cora,
    If I understand your question correctly, I guess you could do this but it really would depend on how much you earn in relation to how much your expenses are. If your online income exceed your expenses including your livelihood they could certainly be combined with additional money you may earn elsewhere or even saved up.

Gloria Jones · May 13, 2015 at 2:48 am

Hi Alicia, im new to working at home. And I would more info on the manpower job for 20 hours a week. Where do I go to apply for that job.

Please give me info on IT tech support jobs onsite and online.
I live in Las Vegas


Gloria jones

Tom Ayling · May 15, 2015 at 5:05 pm

Hey Alicia,

How are you?

My name is Tom Ayling, founder of Self Publishing System (SPS). We just finished up SPS and believe your readers, at Home Based Mommie, would benefit from this program.

Being a writer, myself, I love your authenticity and ability to articulate complex ideas. This is our intent at SPS, simplifying complex ideas. (Self-publishing!)

You may also be wondering why I read your blog (as a 23 year-old male)…. well, I work from home and although it’s not an IDENTICAL perspective. I can at least appreciate your writing. And I do. OK, back to SPS.

This program made me and six others (while in beta) bestselling authors.

I’m offering an affiliate here for 50% commission and would love to chat with you about this opportunity.


PS we’ve been featured on The Huffington Post and Self Publishing Roundtable. PLUS we’re schedule to be on Under30CEO, Author Strong and Addicted2Success in the next week!

Susana Flint · July 28, 2015 at 7:43 pm

Hi Alicia,
I’d like to commend you on your website. It is professional concise and simple. I would like to start blogging. I love to write and I have a couple of ideas on what I want to blog about. My question is this, once I have a blog set up and my content is good quality, how do I continue to keep new information in my content and continue to post informative and new information consistently? I know it’s a general question but I’m not sure how I would keep my audience if I only have one things to write about. I must tell you that your page is very impressive and I hope to have a blogging page as good as yours someday soon.
Thank you so much for this and all of your invaluable information.

    aw1219 · August 3, 2015 at 6:06 pm

    Hi Susana and thank you for visiting and for your comments. Keeping with the general theme is great and you could explore this from a different angle and also talk about some of the things that you would be interested in also. One way to new content for your readers is to allow for people to guest post on your blog or to find out what your readers are interested in learning more about via questions, polls, feedback, surveys, etc. You could also apply for paid sponsors and those companies will give help you to come up with additional and new content that you can share with your audience. Getting personal with your blog readers and sharing your own experiences is another way to come up with new and original content for your audience. I sometimes use this technique also.

Steve · November 13, 2015 at 7:00 pm

Hi Alicia,

Really enjoy your videos and have a question about a recent post you made about a company called Wonder Research. You stated that they pay $4.00 to $8.00 per research task. Can you please give me an idea of how long it takes to complete one research task?

If it takes an hour to complete just one research task, that’s only $4.00 bucks an hour on the low end. Hopefully it doesn’t take that long. As no one I know would work for just $4.00 per hour.

Thank you for your time and reply,


Randi Munns · October 30, 2016 at 4:03 am

Hi Alicia!

Thanks for your website and YouTube channel. I have been devouring information from it for the last few days. I was wondering if you know much about AmazonMTurk. I applied to work with them, which was nothing more than signing into my Amazon account and asking to be approved, and received a message saying I was declined. Do you know much about their approval process? More specifically, what it takes to get approved to work for them?

Thank you in advance for your time!


Lisa Reynolds · April 29, 2018 at 12:22 am

Hi Alicia! Thanks for being so diligent in helping to find these jobs for those of us seeking home employment, your efforts are appreciated. My question is, are there any current, work-at-home jobs for an older woman who does not require a resume and pays cash.

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