About Sinnary

Sinnary Sam is a marketing professional specializing in Prospect Marketing Events. She works from home part time and manages her four daughters' busy school and sports schedules.
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At the Hospital

It is Sunday morning and I’m at the ICU with my Uncle Mike.  He was admitted last night after my aunt couldn’t wake him.  He has Multiple Sclerosis, and slowly weakened over the last 25+ years.  He is now stable, speaking and has a hearty appetite by lunch.  He is a bit bummed that he’s [...]

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Transitioning from a Job to Work at Home

A very difficult aspect of becoming a work at home parent is the transition.  How do you get work at home jobs when you are still working full time?  Time is of the essence for the full time parent.  Having a regular full time job, the commute time and squeezing in our household responsibilities don’t [...]

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Golf Mom Story for November 2012

I chaperone and spectate my girls often when they play golf tournaments.  In Southern California, this is an almost every weekend opportunity.  So, I see quite a bit but I’m sure there’s more I’m missing. One tournament, I noticed a little girl’s father kicking and throwing his fists when his daughter hit a poor tee shot [...]

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Make Your Customers Remember You

It’s Thanksgiving and while you probably don’t want to spend a large amount of money sending out expensive Thanksgiving Gift Baskets to all of your clients, you may want to do something that will still lift their spirits and make them think of you.  I normally reserve the gift baskets for Christmas myself. One of [...]

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Skin Health & Beauty for the Sports Family

It rains on average 30 days a year in California so I’ve heard.  This happened last night and today we’re blessed with lovely, cool and cloudy skies.   However, this isn’t the norm here. The hot California sun can be very dangerous to the health of our sports families.  I always make sure I have [...]

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Importance and Urgency

5 Tips to Achieve the 20 Hour Work Week

When I first started working at home, I noticed I probably sat in front of the computer more than 40 hours a week.  That is not good.  But, it’s so easy to do.  So, what’s the benefit of working at home if you don’t have the spare time to enjoy it?  Here are 5 tips [...]

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Sell a Packaged Service & Outsource the Work

The best thing to happen in your independent, work from home career is to start receiving calls from people you may or may not know asking if you know how to do something.  The challenge is often times, you may not.  But, if you are getting enough calls asking about a certain aspect of your [...]

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Working as an Event Planner

One of my daughters turned 17 today.  Yes, her birthday falls on Veterans Day.  She has never, ever had to go to school on the day she celebrates her birth.  Adding up the ages of all of my children, I estimate I’ve thrown now over 50 parties.  And, that doesn’t include the bridal showers, baby [...]

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Sharpen your Saw & Take a Break

You’ve heard the story right?  Two men have this race where they saw wooden logs and the man that took breaks to sharpen his saw ended up winning over the man that tried to saw through the wood the entire time without stopping to sharpen it.  It’s a great reminder for life, work and business. [...]

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Work 3 Jobs

I was chatting with a friend the other day who told me how he knows a nurse who works three jobs.  And, because the primary corporation owns all three companies she works for, she is paid overtime and double time when combining all of the hours she performs for those three jobs.  Wow!  My first [...]

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