Category Archives for "travel"

Partnerships That Help You Be The Most Valuable Assistant – Executive Travel

Executive Assistant Travel

Being an executive virtual assistant (EVA) can put anyone to the ultimate test. The pressures to make the impossible possible with demanding executives is one of the traits of the best EVAs. In these times, EVAs are being put to new tests. The Association of Virtual Assistants is proud of our virtual assistants who have […]

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Celebrating Mompreneurs: Why a Mom of 8 Children Became a Virtual Assistant

Mimi Klosterman

In this month’s blog series, we are celebrating mompreneurs. There was once a time when you wouldn’t dare mention you were a mom because you might not get hired. Or if your work performance was ever in question it could be blamed on being a mom. Moms just couldn’t seem to win or get ahead. […]

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Celebrating Mompreneurs: Not A Pinterest Mompreneur

Kiri Mohan

In this month’s blog series, we are celebrating mompreneurs. There was once a time when you wouldn’t dare mention you were a mom because you might not get hired. Or if your work performance was ever in question it could be blamed on being a mom. Moms just couldn’t seem to win or get ahead. […]

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Celebrating Mompreneurs: An Unlikely Mompreneur

Celebrating Mompreneurs

In this month’s blog series, we are celebrating mompreneurs. There was once a time when you wouldn’t dare mention you were a mom because you might not get hired. Or if your work performance was ever in question it could be blamed on being a mom. Moms just couldn’t seem to win or get ahead. […]

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Running Your Virtual Assistant Business While Traveling

Running your virtual assistant business while traveling — is it really possible? Over the last few weeks two of our AVA members, Jaime Feinberg & Lizabeth Wesley-Casella, shared their best tips for not only operating their virtual assistant businesses while traveling but caretaking and being a full-time RVer. I get asked a lot about it […]

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