S. asks from Rowlett, TX on April 07, 2006
Stay at Home Mom Looking for Work at Home
My husband and I are in the process of buying a new house and while we can afford it, its not going to be comfortable for the first little while. Also to be honest I'm bored :/ I play with my son so much that he will acctually go into his room and shut the door, and if I try to go in he will push me out and shut it again (not always but it does happen), my house is very clean I clean it top to bottom just about every day (not because Im some super mega neat freak, but because Im bored), I've learned how to do cross stitch, paint, make candles, scrap book, how to play the guitar and Im trying to figure out how to knit... but all of these things leave me with a bunch of stuff I dont know what to do with (My house is Modern Comfort and the crafts I can make are more country sheek). I just want to do something productive and earn money rather then spend it all out. I've looked into things online but they all cost money and are minimal returns, and I'm not really a "skilled" worker so when I've looked into working out of the home after cost of daycare/gas/uniforms I would maybe be bringing home 20 bucks a week and it would cost us more then that in tax refund losses. If anyone knows of anything I could do from home to earn some extra cash part-time/full-time either works.
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A.G. answers from Dallas on June 20, 2006
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L.P. answers from Dallas on April 07, 2006
people are always looking for baby sitters. have you thought about that?
S. answers from Dallas on April 08, 2006
You may be interested in Pampered Chef. My friend's niece is making a nice "side" income in a small town from selling Pampered Chef, and she's getting some wonderful products. I have another friend who makes a good income from selling Mary Kay.
If sales isn't your thing, you might even consider substitute teaching (check schools' website for qualifications) or working as a teacher's aide in a public school or daycare. Alternately, working a part-time night job might be good.
Good luck! You sound like a very productive, energetic person who would be a hard worker.
A.W. answers from Dallas on April 07, 2006
One thing to keep in mind is that any home business worth it's weight in salt will have a start up cost. That being said, have you looked at MomsWIN? We are an internet marketing group. We endorse (NOT sell) an international wellness company that manufactures healty alternatives to the products we use everyday! Now, I'm not some health nut, so that is not what sold me on the company, but once I started using some of the products I was blown away! I use less, spend less, and it works better--I am now totally sold! My total start up cost was (give or take some change) $125. Check it out.
J.H. answers from Dallas on April 07, 2006
N.V. answers from Oklahoma City on April 07, 2006
Hi S.. My name is N.. I live in far North Dallas - have a 2 yr old and an 8 month old - both boys. I work from home. I am an Arbonne independent consultant (a swiss health and wellness company), and I really think this could be the cure to your boredom. And the returns on this opportunity will blow your mind. I don't throw parties and I don't do direct selling. In fact, the system we follow is so simple, it's amazing the financial opportunity that it provides. Not necessarily easy, but simple. I'd love to share with you how I'm making money with this awesome company. Feel free to call me. ###-###-####. Look forward to hearing from you. N.
W.H. answers from Dallas on April 08, 2006
I have been selling Southern Living at HOME for about a year. It is a home based catalog/party business. They stuff is beautiful and fun. It is really easy to sell and you can do it as much or as little as you want. Most of your "work" which are parties at peoples homes is in the evening or weekends when hopefully someone can watch your son and avoid daycare costs. You make 25% of your party totals which you keep right away, no waiting for a check, etc. The start up cost is $199 which is everything you will need to get started. They offer free business supplies and no hostess costs to pay for, no inventory, no delivering the products. If you would like more information, email directly and I would be happy to tell you more. Hope you find something that works. It is frustrating when you are bored. The great thing about this is you meet so many new people.
A. answers from Dallas on April 08, 2006
Hi S.. I am looking for a summer nanny for my two boys ages 7 and 10. I work Mon. thru Thurs. each week and need someone to be with them when they are at home, take them to and from camps and take them on outings: park, bowling, skating, painting, etc. My youngest loves being around little kids and would probably enjoy your son. If entertaining 3 boys for the summer sounds interesting, please call me and we can set up a time to talk. ###-###-####. I should mention that I also need some very light help around the house when you are there. And of course would need some references from you. We live west of the Galleria just off LBJ at Marsh. Also, FYI - My middle name is A. but my voicemail says Kim which is the name I normally go by (I just didn't want you to be confused when you heard it!) Hope to hear from you