Hi, I’m Sarah
I’m the owner and founder of XeraSupport, a business support company. XeraSupport provides the technical and admin support for a variety of new and beginning entrepreneurs. Some of our clients include health and fitness coaches, technology developers, and product vendors.
As a small business owner myself, I understand the unique challenges of being a solopreneur, and trying to do everything yourself. My job is to make your job easier, by taking care of those trivial, repetitive, boring and sometimes confusing details, so you can get back to doing what you love.
Who I am:
So who am I? I’m a divorced single mother of 6, and I’ve been working from home in one fashion or another for the last 10 years.
I’ve studied business administration, history, bookkeeping and accounting, marketing and international trade. So I’m a fast learner, incredibly resourceful (I amaze myself sometimes! Lol!) and a researcher at heart.
I especially love to share what I know! Helping others succeed in their passions is what I love to do.
What I do:
I’m a freelance writer, researcher, blogger and virtual assistant. As founder of XeraSupport, I specialize in helping the new or wannabe entrepreneur with the basics of setting up their business, from technical support to planning to marketing. I can edit blog posts and newsletters, or I can provide a basic, customized website. I love to be a sounding board and help develop business plans and marketing strategies, as well.
My favorite thing to do, however, is do the legwork and research for entrepreneurs, and find them the information, products and resources they need to do their jobs better.
About the blog:
I blog here at XeraSupport and also over at Raising Royalty.
On XeraSupport, I share what I’ve learned about being an entrepreneur — the steps to setting up a business, the little tricks that can make it easier, and the facts you need to know about working from home.
At Raising Royalty, I blog about being a single mom raising 6 princesses, homeschooling them, dealing with divorce and domestic violence, and even a little bit about my special needs daughter.
It’s all things parenting in special circumstances there, but here it’s all about working from home.
I hope you enjoy what you read, and find it helpful and useful. If you have any questions or suggestions for blog topics, feel free to contact me! I’d love to help you out, in any way I can.
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