Monday, May 01, 2006


Setting up an internet office can be relatively simple. In today's marketplace of predesigned templates, you dont really have to understand HTML or any other code. You do have to make time to focus on what you want for several hours so that you can put together a useful site. As you may know, quality takes time so you should set aside a few hours per week on a specific day to focus on this project. You can begin by putting together a list of the things you would like to have access to when you are on the road. If you carry a portfolio, briefcase or any work as part of your profession, you should consider getting everything digitized (scanned, typed, reformatted) so that it can be made readily available by computer. If all of your files are already on a computer then most of the archiving work is done. Create a folder on your computer and call it "uploads" to that you will remember what you need to copy to this folder. As you realize what you need to take with you copying those items to the uploads folder as a matter of habit will make your life easier when the pressure to perform hits. For more information on setting up an internet office, visit Paula Robinson at


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