I am a firm believer that you can do whatever you want in life. It just may take some hard work and determination. No wait, it definitely will take these two things! Whether you are wanting to be a stay at home parent or just avoid the morning commute, there are a ton of ways you can start making money from home right now. As a decade long stay at home mom I have found many side jobs and work from home opportunities to help pull in some extra cash. Now I am making over $2,000 per month working from home in my spare time and I’m doing something I absolutely love. On top of that, I set my own hours, have the freedom to travel and don’t even have to work some days! To learn how I’m doing it and how you can too keep reading on.
Having been a stay at home mom for over a decade (yeah, a decade…how is that even possible?) I have managed to find a ton of different ways to earn money. It’s not always easy working around a spouses schedule to try to work a part time job. I have worked early mornings, evenings and even created my own work from home jobs. However, there are a ton of ways to get money as a stay at home mom without getting a job at all! If you are hoping to have more money in your life without working more, I have got 26 ways for you to do exactly that!
It is insane just how many people are able to work from home these days. In a recent survey, it was said that around 43% of people have been able to at least do some of their work from home! This is huge! Obviously technology has played a huge role in making the work from home job more and more of a reality for people. Working a corporate job that allows you to occasionally work from home is a huge perk, but what if you don’t feel like you fit into the corporate world? There are so many things that stand in the way of people finding a work from home job that they qualify for. What a lot of people don’t know is that there are many work from home jobs available with little to no experience and you’re probably not going to see them advertised online! So let’s talk about how you can create your own legitimate work from home job with little to no experience.
If you are a homeschooling family like we are, chances are you know the stress that comes with making the decision to homeschool. I worried about not being smart enough to teach my kids, social awkwardness (for me and them) and especially money. Money always seems to be an issue no matter what leaps you want to take in life. It also shouldn’t be the one thing that holds you back. Our family has been homeschooling for 2 years and have managed not only to continue to make money but to also make enough to pay off our debts. I want to spread the word and share with other families how it’s possible to make money while you homeschool. No one way fits all, of course, so I’ll do my best to cover all the bases!
It seems to be becoming a world where more and more people are striving to stay home and work. Because of technological advances, that is becoming more and more a realistic option for many people. The idea of staying in your pajamas, sipping coffee, and lounging on the back porch is now the American dream for so many. Whether you just want to skip the commute, avoid social interactions or you just love the idea of slowing down a little while still paying the bills. These are all possible and I’ve got 26 jobs you can do in your pajamas to prove it! Now, I’ll be honest, for some of these, you may actually have to put on pants at some point. But, these (mostly) work from home jobs allow a lot more freedom in your life, schedule and finances.
I never thought I would be a stay at home mom. After getting an associates degree in graphic design I was really hoping to get into the workforce. Then one day I heard some advice from someone I love just how beneficial being a stay at home mom could be. That moment really changed my entire way of thinking about being a working mom. So much so that somehow, 6 years after having my first baby I decided to also be a homeschooling mom! What?!? A day has never passed that I haven’t wanted the best for my kids. Unfortunately, one thing I’ve let slip away was myself. I forgot that taking care of myself helps me be better at taking care of them. I needed something more than being a stay at home mom had to offer. So let’s talk about how starting a blog is actually the thing that made me a better mom.