Does anyone know ANY great stay-at-home mommy jobs?

Ashley - posted on 03/06/2011 ( 12 moms have responded )

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I've searched all the google topics.. but none of those sound promising. And I don't want to get into anything that would be hard to get out of if I decided to go out of the house for full-time work. Any options you have will be helpful.. thanks!

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Jami - posted on 03/09/2011

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I'm in the same boat as you! I tried selling avon to no avail, they never paid me for the items I sold, and I wasn't going to be doing free labor at my own expense! So I wouldn't suggest that, I do like the renting idea, but , I don't have money to just go buy a house, either . hmm... And all those get paid to shop or get paid to browse sites are all scams, I wish I knew what to tell you, but I'm looking for the same answers, and apparently you/we're soliciting according to the moderator? I have no clue, this site is getting less worth my time by the minute haha! But if you guys find any answers that work, that are fairly cheap to start off and easy to juggle with babies, LET ME KNOW! I would put my email on here, but I won't for fear of being banned , now. LOL!

Melanie - posted on 03/07/2011

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Scentsy wickless candles sales consultant-so easy-you decide how much or how little work you do. Check it out online its fabulous.

Margaret - posted on 03/07/2011

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Maybe provide in-home childcare part-time to a few kids in your neighborhood/community? Keep looking, U will find something :)

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Phrag - posted on 03/06/2011

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Have you looked into direct sales?
Hope this deployment goes by fast for you guys. Mine gets ready to leave by the end of this year.

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Oh, I see what you're looking for now. I have a friend who does medical transcription. She did go to school for it, but it was only like a 3 month class online and she contracts to several doctors. They email her audio files, she types, then emails the transcription (she did have to buy this expensive encryption program). I don't know how she bills, but she loves the work. That might be a good option for you since it is close to your field.

Ashley - posted on 03/06/2011

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That's amazing, I give you props for doing all that! ha, I'd love to, but I don't have the money to afford a house right now. And I'm still going to school for Medical Admin. I was thinking more along the lines of "online" jobs.

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I'm a "landlord"....sort of. I rent some properties to a leasing company, and they rent it to tenants. All I do is keep the taxes & insurance paid--they get tenants, do background checks, collect the payment, etc, (I rent to the company, so I get paid whether they do or not--even if they don't have a renter!) All you have to do to start is buy a house; foreclosures are best because they are so cheap you can usually just pay cash and not have to worry about mortgaging with a bank or anything.
Another good thing about renting is that when your kids are ready for collage, or if you ever need a large chunk of $$ for something, you can always sell the properties and get your investment, plus appreciation back. So you have a small income over the years, but if things go bad, you can always sell off and not loose anything, which is not always possible in other businesses.

I also do some freelance work in my professional field, which is nice if you have a field that allows for it.

Ashley - posted on 03/06/2011

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I haven't thought about that, but with my husband being deployed it's hard to concentrate on anything but baby. lol

Kristi - posted on 03/06/2011

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what about tutoring? there are always lots of kids of all grades looking for extra support with their school work.

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