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Danielle posted this 01 November 2019

Any suggestions on earning extra income while being a SAHM?

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Rachael posted this 24 April 2020

I've had several jobs through Upwork but have found it can be tough to get hired and tough to make much. Right now I'm looking into teaching English online -if I can stand to work at 4:00 am! Otherwise I'm going to try out watching a kiddo or two in my house this summer. Seems like a definite paycheck I can count on and with schools and daycares closed I know parents will be looking.

Lily posted this 22 April 2020

couponing can help you make money, and there's a lot of company looking for people who can work remotely. look for legit online job websites. 

Mat posted this 20 April 2020

Fitness Book for pregnant moms..

https://payhip.com/b/fYeg 

EMERSON posted this 19 April 2020

Well you can apply online work either by upwork or through fiverr...There's a ton of platforms out there..But if your a SAHM I would recommend to focus first on sellling  products online since once this pandemic is still halting us to go on our normal work... like me i've tried to get some extra income while still at home.
you can check here what I'm actually selling online...and can get you some help if need to know

https://bit.ly/2VlWZxK


hope this helps..😄 

Linda posted this 15 April 2020

definitely look for online job, they are great since most jobs will let you handle your own time. ive been hunting for online jobs as well, like virtual assistant or online support such as chat.

Marta posted this 13 April 2020

Definitely look into freelance writing if you're interested in something like that! You can make a good amount of money writing blogs and etc. 

Felicia posted this 02 April 2020

If you drive, you could do something like door dash and take the kiddos with you!

Phoebe posted this 01 April 2020

Writing jobs online and things of the sort

Cecily posted this 01 April 2020

If you do anything creative you could sell it, or pick up freelance work online.

Sunita posted this 01 April 2020

You can try selling items from your closet or clothes / toys your child has outgrown. There's some apps like eBay, LetGo, and PoshMark that make it easy 

isabella posted this 05 March 2020

Etsy is great, Poshmark is good if you have alot of things to get rid of, plus you can buy at goodwill and sell on post.

Emma posted this 04 March 2020

Many options! Upwork, eBay, etsy, online tutoring, babysitting

Nicole posted this 28 February 2020

On evenings and weekends you could do one of those grocery delivery services where you make your own schedule!

Olivia posted this 20 February 2020

I love upwork too kate and quinn! Any other sites people use?

Kate posted this 11 February 2020

I second Quinn! I am a huge fan of upwork! Wonderful platform with so much to offer in the way of variety! Definitely check it out and let me know if you have any questions!

Quinn posted this 10 February 2020

Upwork is my go-to market place for working from home. 

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Elena posted this 28 January 2020

try appen! I love it. theres so many different projects available  or rev for captioning or transcription

Megan posted this 27 January 2020

I use Upwork myself. I know people who sell online, like on Etsy or Facebook. Some do direct selling. Babysitting in our own home could also be an option.  

Lisa posted this 25 January 2020

I work from home, but have to do all non phone jobs bc my toddler is too loud. There are so many customer service positions for WFH, but being on the phone is just too hard for me/

These are great ideas! I'm thinking of quitting the service field and working from home might be my only option. Does anyone have experience working as a customer service agent from home? I'm hearing the money is good but there may be restrictions with child care. 

Blair posted this 25 January 2020

These are great ideas! I'm thinking of quitting the service field and working from home might be my only option. Does anyone have experience working as a customer service agent from home? I'm hearing the money is good but there may be restrictions with child care. 

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