How Corina Ramos makes money working from home!

It’s Thursday and I’m here again to help you discover someone really awesome. Right this moment, I’m so excited and feeling really fulfilled. In the next paragraphs, you’ll discover a blogger whose story can boost your courage to make money online.

I have featured many others on this blog. Very awesome people from all over the globe. Check out the list here and connect with them.

Many of you have contacted me to be featured. Well, most of you are already on the long list. It’s absolutely free to be featured. However, I may require some payments if you want to come up earlier than planned.

Today, let’s meet an exceptional female blogger and a true friend and friends’ friend.

Meet Corina Ramos!

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Corina Ramos or Cori as known by her blogging friends, lives in Houston, Texas with her husband of 23 years and five adult children and her two pit bull fur babies named Chico and Fergie.

She’s a not-so-new grandma and is enjoying working from home on her blog but her story didn’t start out that way.

The Story of Cori

Cori’s story begins like this. Once upon a time she had a successful career at a Fortune 500 telecommunications company. But while her career was taking off, it meant a lot of time away from home and it began taking a toll on her home life as well as her health.

But with the corporate go, go, go mentality that was implanted in her from day one of training, she continued her quest to rise to the top of the ladder. To get a better picture of how her life at work was like, watch the movie The Devil Wears Prada.

She sacrificed family and personal time and worked hard at her job to earn recognition from the head hanchos. That is until things took a turn for the worst.

In 2003 she was diagnosed with severe depression, anxiety and mood disorder. That’s when she realized she needed to make a career move and fast. She started searching online for other employment opportunities. This went on for several years because the timing to quit her job was never right. But it really was the fear of the unknown.

One day she discovered work-from-home jobs while searching on sites like and The more she looked into it, the more opportunities she found.

In 2007, Cori decided once and for all she wanted to work from home, so she quit her job without notice. It was the best and scariest thing she did in her life.

She landed her first job to perform administrative duties only to find out it was a scam and that was only the first of many online scams she would come across.

While she searched for her next work-from home job she dabbled in freelance projects like creating resumes, doing web searches for different companies and data entry work to help make ends meet.

She soon found herself researching how to make money from home, which scams to stay away from and was sharing those findings with friends and family who were also interested in this concept.

Cori realized what she loved more was showing people where to find legitimate work from home jobs and which ones to stay away from.

One day, she read an article about starting a blog and that’s when her journey really began.


It Takes a Village

Cori has a testimony of what it means to find mentors and seek the help of other bloggers in order to have a thriving blogging career.

In 2011, not having a clue of what she was getting into, she dived in head first and created a blog called Work-from-Home Concepts to post all the ways there are to work-from-home but the money-making magic didn’t happen overnight as most articles she read had claimed.

There was no way she was going to give up on her dream to help others make money from home so back to the drawing board she went.

With only a background in sales, marketing and customer service she took to the internet to learn basic blog and web design tips. Still, she wasn’t connecting with her audience.

She read more articles about blogging and soon learned it was all about building a community and engaging with readers and reciprocating when someone left a comment on your blog.

Cori joined the Twitter world and that’s when she met Lisa of Inspire to Thrive who showed her how to grow a social following and how to engage on social media. Imagine how silly she felt when she finally discovered what the notifications tab on Twitter was. All the opportunities to connect with other bloggers she most likely missed out on.

Soon after, she met and connected with Adrienne Smith.That’s when all the pieces started coming together.

She continued to read and implement what she learned from Lisa, Adrienne and other bloggers who showed her how to engage with her visitors, change her mindset to overcome of her fear of failure and how to turn a blog into a successful business and how to target and market to the right audience.

On October 2013, Cori launched Not Now Mom’s Busy to connect with her female audience. She merged her work-from-home blog to offer job leads as well as lifestyle-related blog posts on topics such as parenting, health tips and saving money.

Today, Life is Great and Getting Better

By putting into action what she learned from her mentors, she has made room for herself in this big blogging world.

She’s met and connected with great bloggers and continues to build relationships with her readers.

She appears as a guest and contributes on a number of blogs and haswritten articles for well-known brands and marketers to promote their campaign or product.

Cori’s passion to help people make money from home continues. She now pays it forward by blogging about her experience. She shares what she’s learned about blogging, building a community as well as how to monetize a blog with new bloggers in her niche and provides work-from-home job leads for those who seek employment.

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43 thoughts on “How Corina Ramos makes money working from home!”

  1. Yes! I saw you in Harleena’s blog and you make a comment in my guest post. It is great to read your story. It is so powerful and inspiring. It is great to know that you didn’t not give up on your goad but kept learning and getting better.

  2. Hi Corina

    If I am not mistaken, I met you first in Harlenna’s blog and then saw you in Adrienne’s blog and even connected with you on Social Media.

    It is great to read your story. It is so powerful and inspiring. It is great to know that you didn’t not give up on your goad but kept learning and getting better. Kudos to your courage. I am thrilled to read your story

    Hi Enstine

    Thanks for sharing Corona’s story. She is awesome. Have a swell week.

    • Hi Ikechi,

      You certainly look very familiar my friend :). I think we’ve crossed paths in this blogsphere as well :).

      Thank you so much for those kind words. I’m glad my story inspired you. Yes, when you want something badly, you shouldn’t let anything stop you from getting it. As long as it’s done with integrity.

      I appreciate you coming by to read my post. I hope you’re having a wonderful week!


      • Hi Corina

        Yes! I saw you in Harleena’s blog and you made a comment in my guest post. Just recently, I did a guest post on Donna’s blog and we met there too.

  3. Hi Enstine,

    Thank you for sharing the story of Corina Ramos here. Honestly, this is the first time I heard about her. It was nice to know her. 🙂

    I will visit her blog after leaving this comment. It makes me curious about her. Of course, I also want to learn something from her too. 😀

    Thanks again, Enstine! 🙂


    • Hello Nanda,

      Thanks for taking time to read my post. I hope I encouraged you to continue chasing your dream. 🙂

      I’m looking forward to your visit on my blog. If there is anything I can do to help, I’d be more than happy to!

      I hope you’re having a great week!

      Take care,

  4. Hi Enstine,

    Think I missed already, no!

    I just have to say is wonderful reading Cori’s life journey into this blogging of a thing. It amazing when I read how people have to quit their job and went into online biz, it is not an easy decision to make.

    I have tried it myself, and each time I wanted to take that giant step forward, my heart tremble and the fear of unknown set in. I know you can only do this if one find himself in a situation like that Pat Flynn (when he lost his real world cooperate job) and here is another one “Cori”.

    Thanks Enstine for making it another great episode on our Thursday featured blogger of the week.

    • Hi Shamsudeen,

      Aw, thank you so much for your kind words! You are right, quitting a job is the scariest thing to do but I’m so glad I did it. My only regret is not having done it sooner.

      I can totally relate to you about taking steps forward and stopping short when fear sets in. I can’t tell you how many steps I’ve taken forward and back because I was afraid.

      I’ve learned we have to face our fears because we’d discover new strengths we never thought we had. If you have a back-up plan I would defintely take that leap. If you want to try this blogging thing, I recommend starting on a part-time basis so you can keep on working until your blog does.

      Wish you much luck and success! It was nice to meet you.

      Take care,

  5. Hello Cori,

    So glad to read about you on Enstine’s place! Really he is doing an amazing job letting us finding great professional bloggers like yourself! 🙂

    It is truly an inspiration, really the will always pays off if you keep pursuing it on daily basis. As I want to excel more into blogging, I am sure you will help me through your blog to find the missing dots in my blogging journey (I know I have many :).. )

    Once again, congrats on being featured on Enstine’s place! And I wish you more luck and success in your journey!

    I see you real soon! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

    • Hello Adeel,

      You are so right. Enstine has featured some awesome bloggers in this series and it was an honor to be featured.

      Thank you so much for your kind words. And yes, if there is anything I can do to help, please do not hesitate to reach out. I’d be more than happy to help anyway I can. It can’t be done alone. We have to help each other to succeed. 🙂

      Thank you so much for coming by to read my post. I hope you’re having a wonderful week.

      Take care,

    • Hello Rahul,

      I’m glad you enjoyed my story. I’m looking forward to seeing you over at my blog. Hope we can connect as well. 🙂

      Thank you for coming by to read my post here at Enstine’s blog. I hope you’re having a great week.

      Take care,

  6. Hi, Enstine (and Cori),

    Oh, it was wonderful to learn more about Cori in this featured article.

    I loved how you shared your beginning because so many folks will be able to relate to the struggle you had and were so willing to be transparent enough to share… Thank you!

    Also, I really appreciate you sharing the link to that awesome post about how to find legitimate work from home jobs, and which ones to avoid. You did an awesome job on that guest post and were a very popular Star on my site. Thanks again for that!

    Hoping you’re having an awesome weekend, both of you!

    Ciao Ciao,
    Carol Amato

    • Hi Carol,

      It was great of you to come by Enstine’s blog to read my story. I was happy to share it with everyone. Truth be told, I didn’t think it was a story to tell but if it can help one person make that decision to quit the corporate world and venture into their own business or find a work-from-home job, I would be more than happy to tell it. 🙂

      I’m so happy the post was well-received by your readers. I met some great folks there and connected with quiet a few. :). Besides, it wouldn’t have been a complete story had I not included my guest post on your blog. That was a milestone for me as I had never and now that I think about, not since then, have written a blog post with that many words. It was a challenge, so thank you for bringing that out of me. :). I have to add you to the list of the ladies who have helped me and now I call you all the Sensational Six! 🙂

      Thanks again for coming by to read my post! I was playing catch up today but it’s time to take a break and start dinner. 🙂 I hope you’re having a great weekend as well!


  7. Hey Cori,

    Although we’ve commented on each other’s blog a few times I’d like to say officially it’s great to finally meet you 🙂

    You have a great inspirational story here. I’ve always heard the horror stories working in corporate America. Although I work for school districts, from what I see it’s not too much different depending on your position.

    But it’s great that you found out legit ways to make money from home. I know it was a big, but yet scary decision but in the long run we figure out that it’s the wisest decision.

    Great share Cori and we’ll definitely keep in touch in the blogging world !

    • Hi Sherman,

      It’s so nice to see you here my friend and I truly appreciate your kind words!

      The stories are all true my friend. I knew I was in trouble on the first day of training when a co-worked asked what we did in the event of a flood and were unable to make it to work. Our boss replied “get a boat” and that was it.

      But they did teach me, so I can’t say it was totally horrible. The skills they gave me is what helped me too. I didn’t think I’d ever use my marketing skills but here I am ;).

      I tell ya, I had to search under a lot of rocks to find them because there are so many scams out there and new ones coming up almost daily. It was worth it because I get to share it with people who need employment and want to work at home.

      Oh yes, my quitting was the scariest decision ever. If I could go back to my self back then I would tell her not to worry that it would all work out. That would have prevented a lot of sleepless nights. 🙂

      I hope to see you in the blogging world too! I’m looking forward to connecting with you more regularly now! I hope you’re having a great weekend!

      Take care,

  8. Hi Cori,
    Please mind it, you are beautiful. I loved your story. you tried a lot and never felt defeated as you had mentors to support you. Everybody needs a mentor in his or her life. How did you find them? I also looking for a mentor. Would you like to be my mentor? I can learn a lot from you. By posting this comment, I am going to your blog to read all the stuff you write on your blog.

    I hope you will accept my request. If you are agreeing, please comment here ASAP.

    Thank you Enstine. It’s your blog through which I am getting a change learn these kind of very inspiration stories.

    • Hi Nikhil,

      Aw, thank you for your kind words :). It’s very nice to meet you.

      I’m so glad you enjoyed reading my story. I have to say though, there were plenty of times I wanted to give up but I wasn’t going to let myself throw away all the time I put and all the things I learned. It wouldn’t be fair to me or the bloggers who took the time to show me what to do.

      Yes, we all need mentors. Had it not been for them and sharing their story of perseverance, I would not have made it this far. When I hit a road block, I would think, “okay, this is what so and so was talking about and this is what I need to do.” I can’t say it didn’t happen over night but in time I started to see the results they were talking about and that was a motivator too. 🙂

      LOL, yes I would consider a great compliment you wanting me to be your mentor. But I took a peek at your blog and I must say it looks as though you’re doing okay and I can probably learn a thing or two from you :). But yes, if you have any questions or need some advice about something, I would be more than happy to help!

      If you really want to follow mentors, who have more experience than I do you want to follow these fab 5 ladies: Adrienne Smith, Donna Merrill, Harleena Singh, Sylviane Nuccio, and Lisa Sicard. They taught me all I know and I know they will be able to help you too. 🙂

      Thank you for coming by Enstine’s blog to read my story. I hope you’re having a great weekend.

      Take care,

  9. Hello Enstine,

    Thanks so much sharing this inspirational life journey. First time I have met Cori madam on your blog. It’s really interesting. I will visit her blog again. Best of Luck madam for your future.

    Thanks & regards,

    Moumita Ghosh

    • Hi Moumita,

      It’s so nice to meet you!

      Thank you so much for your kind words. I hope to see you at my blog and we can connect as well! I appreciate you coming by Enstine’s blog to ready my story!

      I hope you’re having a great weekend!


  10. Hi Corina,

    Its really wonderful to read about your story. I have seen you featured on Carol’s Blog but I never got this much info about your life, what caused you to quit and how you pulled through it all.

    Its really tough quitting one’s job. Its downright hard. And I can imagine how stressful it must have been to follow the advice of all those fake gurus, only to find out later that it takes a village.

    I am happy you did not quit when things were not working out for you online. Your story is an inspiration for us all. I love forward to interacting more with you 🙂

    • Hi Chioma!

      It’s so nice to see you again. :). I hope you’re doing well.

      Yes, this is the first time I told my story out loud. I always figured mine wasn’t really a story to tell. But having read the comments, I’m glad I did. 🙂

      Oh my goodness, yes. Quitting was the scariest thing I have ever done. I had always told my hubs I’m ready to quit, probably every night up until the day I did. Then one day I had enough of my boss’s boss and I had to leave. I couldn’t even write my letter of resignation. My hand was shaking from all the bottled up emtions that I couldn’t write clearly.

      When I had realized I was scammed I felt like such a failure. Not only did I feel I was letting myself down but my family. But I was not about to be defeated so I got back up and failed again, lol. But the third time was the charm :).

      Oh yes, my online trials and failures almost made me quit, gosh I don’t know how many times. But one day, it just clicked. All the blog posts I was reading and the notes I was taking were just sitting there. Then I started implemented what I learned, had some patience and sure enough, I started seeing results. Not a lot grant it, but enough to want to keep going. 🙂

      Aw, thanks Chioma! I would love to connect with you too. After I post this comment, I’ll look for you on social media to connect. I’m looking forward to getting to know you as well :).

      I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

      Take care and talk soon!

  11. Hi Enstine & Cori,

    I am so glad to see a great blogger like Cori featured here! I met Cori only last year, but we connected immediately and became good friends. She has an amazing heart and it shows through her work how much she cares for others.

    She is one of my role models, alongside Brenda Lee, Adrienne and Lisa to name a few. They are living proof that it’s possible to succeed as a woman blogger.

    Cori, you really are an inspiration for other bloggers, especially women. You followed your dreams to work from home and now you share your experiences with others. Your capacity of caring for others is what makes your blog a success.

    Enstine, thanks for sharing Cori’s story with us and I am passing this along for sure! 🙂

    • Hi Nataly,

      It was such an honor to be asked my Enstine to share my story on his blog. I’ve met some great folks so far :).

      You are just too sweet! Your comment made me tear up. I’m so glad we instantly connected and became fast friends. You are a wonderful woman yourself my dear and that’s why I love ya!

      Thank you so much for your sweet words. That just makes me want to try harder :). I’ve always believed in helping others and paying it forward, it will always be my main goal. 🙂

      Thanks for coming by to read my story! I hope you’re having a great weekend!

      Take care and talk soon!


  12. Hi Enstine & Corina,

    So nice to read about someone who has managed to take advantage of all
    the many bloggers who mentor just by blogging!

    Even if you haven’t signed up for a program for learning, there is a ton of
    help available for the taking from Adrienne, Harleena, Donna, Sylviane, Carol Amato and now Corina.

    Scam ways to make an income online are everywhere and devoting time and effort to steer the unknowing away from them and provide useable and ethical ways that work is an admirable undertaking.
    Thanks Corina for your efforts in doing this. So many bloggers can relate to having been taken for an expensive ride.

    • Hello Ms. Cararta,

      It’s so nice to meet you.

      Yes ma’am, I soaked up every post they shared, made notes, and implemented what they taught me. Back then, every dollar that came in was toward bills and household expenses so I took what they shared to heart because I couldn’t afford to pay for courses.

      Aw, thank you for your kind words Ms. Cararta. Add Harleena Singh to the group and you will have the ladies who taught me all I know. Just mentioning me with those fabulous ladies makes me nervous, hehe :).

      I will never forget how horrible I felt when I learned I was scammed. I don’t wish that on anyone and promised to help as many people as I can and keep them clear from them.

      Thank you for coming by to read my story. I was so great to meet you!

      Wishing you all the best!


  13. Hi, Cori/Enstinemuki

    Thanks for featuring Cori’s story in your site, Enstinemuki.

    I can relate your story, Cori. Being a professional in Corporation, we decided to be stay-at-home mom because of the family.
    First I would like to congratulation on your success in your journey. There are many lessons can be learned: persistence, hard working, passion, and people skill are needed to reach your level of success. Moreover, you are using your experience to help others. That is wonderful.

    Enjoy your posts in your site. Have a nice weekend!


    • Thank you Stella. 🙂

      A week before I quit my job my oldest daughter and I were discussing her grades. They had been slipping and she was having conduct issues at school. When I was getting on to her about studying she said, “mom, you’re never home to see me study.” That cut deep and hit home. I don’t regret the decision I made to leave my job, not for a minute. But I should have had better planning, but hind sight is 20/20 as they say. 🙂

      I’m so glad you got that out of my story….that is the very message I want to deliver. It does take all those qualities plus some great mentors along the way to make any dream come true, really.

      Yes ma’am, I am going to honor my mentors and pay it forward. :).

      I appreciate you coming by to ready my story Stella. Great connecting with you!


  14. Hi Cori,

    Great to read about your story here.

    Like you, early in the year 2000’s I tried to work from home in that way, but like you found there were scams, so your blog is a real help for people wanting to find real job to work from home online while not falling in all those nasty traps all over the place.

    You are the youngest grandma I know, by the way.

    Congratulations on your success and on being featured at Muki’s blog


    • Hello Sylviane,

      It’s upsetting that people are out there to take advantage of someone else. I just don’t know how they can sleep at night. I remember I answered this one add that read “data entry, earn $5 for placing ads on job search sites.” All I had to do was pay $5 to get “training material”. I figured, it’s only $5, why not.

      After I paid, I got an email with a document that had instructions. I was supposed to type the same ad they placed use my paypal email address and forward the document they sent me. I just could not bring myself to do that. I reported them and never heard from them again.

      Those horrible feelings I had was what made me research more and warn folks.

      Thank you for your kind words Sylviane. I’m glad I’m a grandma at my age, I can keep up with them while I still can :). I hope you’re having a great time in London. The pictures you’re sharing on Facebook really makes me want to go, if I wasn’t so afraid of flying :).

      Take care!

  15. Hi Enstine/Cori

    It’s such a refreshing feeling and something to worth looking forward to on your featured bloggers segment. I love the series and or me it’s not a good idea to miss out on any of the posts with such awesome people. Great job! 🙂

    Cori it is a pleasure meeting and connecting with you here on Enstine’s blog and to learn about you. Your story is unique and it must have been a tough decision to leave a job without notice with a sure income to one where you actually ran into a scam at the very start. It takes a lot of courage and I applaud you for that.

    Once in my lifetime I can recall submitting my resignation from my job at a hospital I worked for and did not have a new job lined up anywhere else. That was risky and more like faith at work without me even realizing that is what it was.

    I am glad to see how it all worked out in the end for you and that things are progressing in a positive direction. I wish you continued success.

    Kudos! Have a great day and do enjoy the rest of the week.

    • Hi Yvonne,

      It’s so nice to meet you, too. I have to thank Enstine for inviting me here. He has featured some awesome bloggers and it pretty awesome hisself, so when I got his email I was really star struck for a moment :).

      Yes ma’am, the day I quit my job, it didn’t hit me until I was on the freeway. I cried all the way home. I was thinking, “what the heck did you do. How are you going to make ends meet.” My husband was working but our bills and expenses took two incomes to support…to top if all off, he was injured at work for a year-and-a-half he wasn’t working. We went through our savings within that time and had to start all over again.

      I can totally relate to you too. After my emotions settled I realized it was God moving me and I just had to accept it and not question it. I had to have faith that it would all work out.

      My grandmother always told me God will put us in uncomfortable situations to help us move forward…my quitting was the push I needed. God knew I wasn’t going to move on my own, so He had to make life at work so bad that I just walked out and I haven’t stopped thanking Him since :).

      Thank you so much for your kind words Yvonne. Thank you for coming by to read my story. 🙂 I hope we can connect and become great online buddies!

      Take care,

  16. Hey Enstine,

    Love seeing you feature my buddy Cori here this week. She’s amazing and I love that she’s gone above and beyond to find those work-at-home scams and outed them so that no one else would fall victim to those money hungry jerks.

    It is possible to make money working from home but so much stuff holds us back but Cori has that desire and love to help others find the legitimate jobs out there.

    I’m so glad I met Cori a few years back and we live in the same town but have yet to find a time to meet. Of course Houston is a pretty big city so it’s not like we live around the corner from each other but we are going to have to have a face to face chat soon.

    Thanks for having her and I appreciate the mention Cori. So glad we met girl, you’re awesome and I know you’re going to continue doing so much good for all those Mom’s and women out there who are ready to carve something better for themselves into their lives and stay at home darn it.

    Hope you both have a great ending to this wonderful week and I’m off to share this one now.


    • Hi Adrienne,

      I could not tell my story without mentioning you, Lisa, Harleena, Donna and Sylviane. I told Donna I call you ladies the Fab 5. :).

      I have to say that I consider myself lucky because I live in the same city as you do…other bloggers can’t say that, hehe :). Yes, we do need to meet one day and have lunch somewhere.

      I’m so happy Enstine allowed me to share my story. I certainly hope this inspires other moms who might find themselves in my situation that with patience and hardwork and great mentors, you can achieve any dream.

      Thank you for your kinds words Adrienne. This has been so emotional for me. Everyone has been leaving such lovely comments. I’m so lucky to have great friends like you all and meeting some new ones here too :).

      I’m glad you’re feeling better. I just pulled up my Twitter account and saw your reply :). Hope you’re having a great day! Thank goodness tomorrow is Friday!

      Take care,

      • Hey Cori,

        The Fab 5, I LOVE that and thank you for telling me. So flattered.

        I know, it’s really neat living in the same city but we do have to meet in person. I know you’re on the other side of town but there has got to be a time we can set up to get together. Lunch would be so much fun. I want to get with Max too but he’s the other direction and a lot further away.

        I’m glad Enstine invited you as well because what you do is so important. We need people who are on our side, rooting for us and helping us learn. It doesn’t get much better than that my dear.

        You are very deserving Cori, way to go my friend.

        Glad it’s Friday and hope the weather won’t be too horribly hot again. The rain we had last night was a nice break.

        You have a great weekend Cori, thanks again.


        • Sounds like rocks stars, but in this case blogging stars, hehe 🙂

          We should meet in the middle. Maybe we can meet at a restaurant on Westheimer or on Richmond. There are tons of great places to have a nice chat and great food. 🙂

          Aw, you are too kind Adrienne. Yes ma’am, my main focus will always be helping people. And I will honor you and the other ladies by making sure that goal is always met :).

          Hope you’re having a great weekend! The family is getting ready for the football game. It’s only preseason and they’re excited about it :).

          Take care,

  17. Hi Enstine!

    It’s great to see one of my good friends featured on your site. Cori is one that I admire because she took that leap of faith and is making it happen. Lisa and Adrienne are both ones to offer great advice and steer people in the right direction. I know Cori will continue to grow her business and most likely end up on Oprah or something for being the famous Not Now Mom’s Busy women entrepreneur. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing Cori’s story with us. It’s truly inspirational and let’s all of us know that if we want to make a career from home, we can do it!


    • Bren, you made me cry gf :).

      Thank you for those sweet words and let me tell you one thing, and this is a promise. If I do make it to Oprah, I’m taking you with me! They say it’s lonely at the top but that’s because those who want to make it up there don’t want any company….not me. I’m taking my girls with me! 🙂

      Thank you for always supporting me and for becoming such a close friend! We need to meet one day so we can hug and throw back a couple beers and talk about the hubs and furchildren :).

      Love ya B!


  18. Hi Enstine,

    How great it is to see you feature my friend Cori on your blog. I’ve know her for a long time now and she is the definition of a go-giver. She always is looking out for others,, and in some of her posts she has researched the many “stay at home” jobs offered to people.

    Her blog is amazing. One never knows what she will come up with next. But each and every post she writes is targeted for others. She has a clear understanding of the importance of being an entrepreneur. Because of her years in the corporate world and being away from her family, she is so passionate of helping others to do so.


    • Hi Donna,

      I appreciate you coming by Enstine’s place to read my story. I wouldn’t have a story to tell had it not been for you and the other ladies who showed me exactly what to do.

      Thank you for always supporting me and for your words of encouragement. I will always be greatful to you for helping me in my blogging journey!

      I will always pay it forward and I will do it honoring you, Adrienne, Lisa, Sylviane, and Harleena. You are what I call the Fab 5!

      Hope you’re having a great day!


  19. Hey Enstine,

    Good of you to feature Corina this thursday on your blog. Oh my she’s beautiful. Have contacted Corina a while back on an issue. Never got the third reply.

    Chances are she lost the mail and all that. Corina’s content looks great and provides real value. Am not a mom so haven’t been visiting too much lately.

    Will check out more latest articles from her blog right away. Congrats Cori.

    Thanks for the read Enstine,

    • Hi Babs,

      Thank you for your kind words. I do apologize for not having returned your email. If you sent it to my old email address from Work-from-Home Concepts, I would not have had access to it but please feel free to contact me :).

      It was an honor to be featured here on Enstine’s blog and share my story. Yes most of my content is for women but you’re welcoomed to my blog any time and if you have any questions about making money from home, I’m here to help. 🙂

      Thank you for stopping by and for your lovely comment. I hope you’re having a great week!


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