Trinity Owen

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Trinity Owen Trinity Owen, a home-based business enthusiast, started her first small business venture as a sophomore in college. When she didn’t become a millionaire within two months, she decided to focus on her education for the time being.

Instead of jumping into the next business plan, Trinity put her business endeavors on hold for most of her remaining years of college and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 2011.

Upon graduating, Trinity’s research and testing of work from home opportunities continued while employed full time.

After a wedding, two years as a debt collector, a year in client reporting and an exciting pregnancy announcement, Trinity took her chances and jumped into self-employment full time. It took one year to replace her full-time income (and then some) and Trinity knew from then on that freelance writing, SEO editing and ultimately teaching others to work from home were her passion.

After more than 10 years of research (laced with some trial and error), Trinity shares her expertise in various work from home opportunities.

When she’s not freelancing, Trinity enjoys spending time with her family, working on her blog, The Pay At Home Parent, and drafting new business plans for her next “big idea.”

To learn more, connect with Trinity on Facebook.

40 Creative Blog Post Ideas for Beginner (and Advanced) Bloggers

As you strive to fill your publishing schedule with content that your audience will love, tailor your blog post ideas to your niche with these strategies that will help you find an endless supply of new content.

Trinity Owen 12 Nov

42 Best Free and Paid Blogging Resources for New Bloggers

If you’re unwilling or can’t afford to invest time or money into your blog, it can be difficult to turn it into a money-making business. Fortunately, there are plenty of free and affordable blogging resources that can help you start a successful blog.

Trinity Owen 08 Jul

9 Places to Buy Discounted Gift Cards and Save Tons of Money

Buying discounted gift cards can save you more than 10% off everyday items at stores you already shop at. But every site has its own rules, especially if you’re trying to sell your own gift cards to them.

Trinity Owen 22 Jun

10 Best Travel Sites for Finding Great Vacation Deals

Travel sites can help save you time and money booking your next excursion online. Whether it’s a vacation or a business trip, these discount travel websites can make your plans a reality with just a few clicks on your phone or laptop.

Trinity Owen 01 Feb

How to Start Your Own Dropshipping Business

If the idea of starting a drop shipping business excites you, then you’re in the right place. These 8 simple steps will teach you how to drop ship out of your home using only a laptop or smartphone.

Trinity Owen 30 Jan

BookScouter Review: How to Earn Money Flipping Books

Flipping and selling books online can be a profitable side hustle, but only if you know how to find the right books and price them accordingly. BookScouter helps people who want to make money flipping textbooks and other books.

Trinity Owen 27 Jan

20 Things to Sell When You Want to Make Quick Cash

I’ve sold many things for extra cash over the years. A few of my best money makers include clothing, electronics, and shoes. Do you have tangible items to sell or talents in a specific area that people would pay you for?

Trinity Owen 08 Jan

How to Save Money on Christmas Spending This Holiday Season

If you’re struggling financially or working toward bigger goals this holiday season, know that you don’t have to spend a fortune to give your loved ones a special Christmas. Here are some ways to save money on Christmas shopping for your entire list.

Trinity Owen 12 Dec

Sweatcoin Review: A New App That Pays You to Walk

Sweatcoin is good for two types of people: those who already take daily walks, and those who need an incentive to do so. Check out what Sweatcoin has to offer. The app is free, and it pays out real rewards.

Trinity Owen 17 Nov

27 Best Jobs for Teens Hiring Now

There are dozens of good jobs out there for teenagers that don’t involve working fast food or retail, you just have to look. From 13 to 18+, these are the best places to work as a teenager.

Trinity Owen 15 Nov