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I am trying to help my mom from losing her home. She is a single mother of my four siblings one of whom has down syndrome. She was forced to take a medical leave since august and her job has only paid her once of $400 she has been with that job for almost 5 years, I try my best to help her but i am currently no longer working. Please take time time to read every thing counts thank you all.



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New Start!

Good Morning everyone,

Today a new chapter begins! Today is the first day I will be working from home full time. I was actually lucky enough to secure two at home jobs one full time and one part time. So, I look forward to being able to do this as well as grow my blog/vlog.Last month I was

Last month I was missing a lot of work because either  I was sick or one of my kids. So, I needed to come up with a plan so I could be closer in case anything happens to them. It literally took me a whole month to find something to legit. I also spoke with my  mother extensively about my decision.  While today is my first day of training with Alorica and Dec 5th will be my first training with Convergys. I couldn’t be happier. Also, I had to talk about with my boyfriend since he was staying home with the kids I also had to make sure he was on board and I would benefit both of us.

I look forward to taking this next step and being able to include all of you along with me. I will do separate posts about the companies and the process. Well off to training!

See you guys later!



Alorica Home, A Work From Home Job.

Alorica at Home, formerly known as West at Home, is a virtual call center that hires agents to handle inbound calls from home. The company works with some of today’s leading companies like HSN, H&R Block, Office Depot, Walgreens, and more.

Job Description:

Alorica at Home employs agents to complete a variety different tasks from home. The work ranges from technical support, customer service, online chat, and some inbound sales. A typical day could consist of you providing customer assistance to several companies. You will get paid training with West at Home, and could actually start assisting your first customer within a few days.

Tools Needed:

Besides having the necessary phone, computer and Internet connection, there is very little investment needed to become a Alorica at Home agent. Alorica provides full paid training course that will prepare you to work from home. Alorica at Home also provides a Performance Assessment Liaison or PAL. A PAL is the point of contact for our at-home agents who offers support through training and call processing.

Reference the list below to review what supplies you need.

  • Computer Type: PC compatible (no Macs)
  • Internet Browser: Internet Explorer 10.0 or Higher
  • Monitor Size: 17 inches or greater
  • Minimum OS Version: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10
  • Minimum RAM: 1 GB or higher
  • Minimum Processor Speed: 1 GHZ (1000 MHz) or better on multi-core processors.
    1.4 GHZ (1400 MHz) on single-core processors
  • Minimum Graphic Resolution: 1024 x 768
  • Sound card with speakers or headset for training audio (During call processing a headset that is attached to your phone is required.)
  • Internet Connection: DSL, cable, or fiber optic (no dial-up, satellite, or 4G wireless connections)

NOTE: DSL, cable, or fiber optic Internet connection is required. For security and stability reasons, wireless networks such as 802.11 A/B/G/N WiFi and Bluetooth are not supported for troubleshooting by the Alorica at Home Helpdesk. Phone must be a feature free POTS land line (no voicemail, answering machines, call waiting, etc.). Cell phones are also prohibited.

 Types of Training:

ILT:  The Alorica at Home training environment provides our agents the opportunity to train at home through Instructor Led Training (ILT) where agents have a set training schedule in a real-time virtual classroom setting that offers more socialization with their peers and the opportunity to develop relationships with those they work with! In addition – and depending on the project, we also offer a self-paced, computer-aided training opportunity to our agents!

CBT: Depending on project, the Alorica At Home training environment also offers self-paced, computer-aided training to our agents! This is known as Computer Based Training (CBT). CBT is web based, with a series of modules that must be completed in sequence. CBT is self paced and provides agents a specific window-timeframe to complete each module. Quizzes are presented after each module and require a minimum passing score, prior to completing the next module. CBT requires trainees to be responsible for completion of training in the allotted timeframes, successfully pass each module and attend any required webinar sessions. CBT is completed virtually from the privacy of our agent’s homes, similar to the ILT environment (without the instructor lead training portion).


Besides the ability to work from the comfort of your own home, Alorica provides many other benefit options:

  • Flexibility. You get to set your own hours and work around your schedule.
  • No commute. No drive to work with expensive gas bills.
  • No dress code. You wear what you want – no dry cleaning bills.
  • Medical and dental benefits. You have the option to take advantage of medical and dental related benefits from an outside provider.
  • Most importantly, work from the privacy and comfort of your own home.


Alorica at Home offers schedules based on a per minute, per call OR guaranteed hourly rate. If total earnings (whether via per minute, per call or guaranteed hourly rate) are less than minimum wage, employee compensation will be trued up to meet their local minimum wage requirements (our employees will always earn the greater of the two pay scales). Alorica at Home employees are paid on a bi-weekly basis. Direct Deposit and/or Pay Card options are available immediately.The pay can range anywhere from $7.20 to $18 per hour depending on the client you are dealing with. Some clients will pay you by the talk minute, which can range anywhere between $0.12 to $0.30 per minute. Again, these are not guaranteed numbers.

Job Application and Recruitment

To become an Alorica at Home agent, you need to fill out an application form on the company’s website. You must have a minimum of GED or high school diploma to apply. College education is an added advantage. Once the company accepts your application, you will be invited for several behavioral and online skills assessments after which an offer might be issued.

Once you get a preliminary offer, you will be required to pay about $30 for a criminal background check. You might also undergo drug testing before you start working for the company. You will receive training with an hourly rate payment. Additionally, you might undergo continuous training regarding services and products of the clients of the company. As an Alorica at Home agent, you must be ready to work for a minimum of 10 hours a week.

Your help is needed

Hello, everyone, My name is Kweikielee and I started this GoFund me for my mother. I did not include a picture due to her not wanting to include her face, she was also very hesitant about this but times have been hard. If anyone knows my mother she is an amazing person and was always there when people needed help. I would greatly appreciate if you could read the gofundme through the link above.  All help is welcome and needed no matter the size we will be more than grateful.

Changes! but im BACKKKK!

Hello everyone,

Sorry I have been missing in action a lot has happened in the last month. But one of the biggest changes is i will be working from home now and will also have more time with my children and to work on blogging/vlogging and I couldn’t be more happier. It did take a lot of work and thinking for me to be able to make this step to become a work from home mom. So i am glad i will be able to include all of you in my journey.


How have all of you been, please comment I would love to know!



Strangest Phobias #5




Fear of infants or young children can occur for a variety of reasons. This fear is often the product of our own childhood experiences, and it can be difficult to overcome.

If you suffer from the fear of children, we can give you some insight about why it happens.Pedophobia is defined as an abnormal and persistent condition that surfaces when the sufferer is around a child, or children. Excessive anxiety will occur whenever the pedophobe is forced to interact with children, or be around them. This fear can be viewed as irrational. Children rarely pose any threat to adults. However, their behavior can trigger Pedophobia in some people.


Psychological Reasons For This Phobia

There can be other reasons why a person fears children. They may have some traumatic memories that surface when they watch children play, or interact with each other. If someone was bullied or beaten up as a child, they may perceive children as evil or cruel. They may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, which causes flashbacks of painful memories they would much rather forget. In this case, the sight of children can be the trigger for their disorder, and the phobia will stem from childhood problems.


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