Stay at home mom jobs in 2023 have come a long way!
One silver lining of the “pandemic era” (and all the work from home experience many companies got) is that there are more at home or remote jobs available to moms and many companies now see the value in allowing employees to work flexible hours as well – creating more good jobs for stay at home moms than ever before!
There’s also a thriving gig economy that is easier for women to enter than ever before, and the best part is that this gig economy opens doors to FUN jobs that can earn extra cash pretty easily.
The woman who helps me with my banking (who is employed by my bank) is almost always only available in the evening, because her husband works days and she cares for their daughter, and in the evening they switch. I get the impression that this is NOT how it worked pre-pandemic, when the bank expected her to have day-time childcare, but now she gets to be a work from home, stay at home mom!
But let’s back this up – to where I had to start digging myself when I decided I wanted to be a work from home mom.
Do well-paying stay at home mom jobs really exist?
That was my ONE BIG BURNING QUESTION when I found out I was pregnant:
HOW can I make money as a stay at home mom – so I can actually afford to stay at home with my baby?
I knew I wanted to stay at home, and I also knew I needed to work. (This is, of course, one of the most prominent reasons not to stay home.) There was no way around it… I was going to need a flexible stay at home mom job.
(And a legit one that actually makes REAL money. None of this 250$ / month stuff. This was not about coffee money. I needed pay-some-bills money, and I needed to earn it from home.)
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Just because I wanted to be at home with my baby didn’t mean that we were financially able to make that happen. I see a ton of “how we lived on one low income” articles floating around… but the fact is that we live in a very expensive part of the country, and generally, “one low income” just isn’t going to cut it here. Also, I don’t WANT to feed my family on a budget of just 50$ per week. (I mean, that’s no fun AT ALL!)
The worst part of my situation was that I didn’t even have a great paying job to go back to if I chose not to become a WAHM.
If I went back to work and paid someone to watch my baby, not only would I not be with him during the day… I would literally be working for a couple hundred bucks per week (after daycare costs and transportation costs).
Hardly adding to our bottom line, hardly even paying for groceries. (There was just no. possible. way. I was going to let that be my reality.) But this is the hard truth for a LOT of women these days.
With that in mind, I realized I only NEEDED to make about $1000/month to justify my staying at home. (Don’t worry – you can make far more than that working from home with kids, it was just my bare minimum goal!)
How to make income as a stay at home mom was the question I needed to answer for myself – and, for my kids.
So I set out to figure out, once and for all, how I could earn an income from home AND be the primary caregiver for my kid (- it’s important to me to be the number one influence on my children in their formative years.)
It was also very important for me to find a job that didn’t require me to have a phone set on my head all the time. (That just sounds AWFUL.) Those jobs do exist in spades, for people who want to work at home, but they are not very practical for women with kids.
And, as I said before, it had to be a real money “job”.
Taking surveys for money is not a “job”. (It’s hardly even a real hobby for stay at home moms to make money.)
Using cashback apps is not a “job”… basically, anything that sounds too good to be true probably is. I needed to find a REAL job that I could REALLY do from home to make money.
Lastly, I hoped to find something that didn’t require too much education or investment.
(I was sort of short on time to go back to school and get a degree, and if I had 10,000 to invest, I wouldn’t be looking for a good stay at home mom occupation in the first place, right?)
So, What is a Good Job for A Stay-at-Home Mom in 2023?
Honestly – whatever you ENJOY doing and makes enough to pay the bills!
Almost all the legitimate jobs for moms at home on this list DO require some education and investment – because that is just how the world works – but none of them require you to take a three-year college course at night or anything like that 🙂
So, with those criteria in mind, I researched for months… and here’s what I found:
The best flexible jobs for a stay-at-home mom:
The following list of work at home jobs moms is SO flexible, most of these jobs can be undertaken as very part time stay at home jobs, or alternatively, you can invest as many hours as humanly possible.
I personally get a baby sitter to come a couple times per week to allow me to put in some more hours, and I also work at nap time and after the kids are in bed! But there’s no set “schedule” for most of these jobs, which is I think is crucial for making working from home possible when you’re a mom!
1) Start a Blog (the best of all the stay at home jobs for moms, imo!)
Blogging – or better yet, “content marketing” – tops my list of jobs for stay at home moms because I truly believe that blogging is the most amazing stay at home mom job anyone could ever have! It’s what I chose to do, and believe me, this blog makes me more than enough money.
There really are a ton of job options for stay at home moms in 2023… but as far as I’m concerned, blogging is the best kind of stay at home job. It’s a be your-own-boss kind of job, an answering-to-no-one kind of job. It’s a my-kid-kept-me-up-all-night-I-will-die-if-I-have-to-work… so I just WON’T work today kind of job.
Missed a deadline?
Oh, well (I set the deadlines in the first place).
Up all night with a teething baby? Perhaps I’ll nap when he naps. (Or perhaps I’ll make a cup of coffee and work – because I am even more motivated by the fact that I can stay at home with my teething baby.) Like I said before, the benefits of working at home for moms are truly endless.
When I started researching stay at home mom jobs, I read about transcription, proofreading, virtual assisting. I read about reselling things on Amazon, flea market flipping, freelance writing, and starting a laundry service. (I will talk about all these things in more detail shortly!)
They all seemed like totally viable jobs, but none of them REALLY seemed like they were for me. (For a short while, I figured I might try transcription.)
But then I read about blogging.
I read A LOT about blogging. I read about how there are millions of blogs out there, and about how it can take years to grow a blog into a money-making business. I read about how many blogs fail. I remembered that once, a few years ago, I’d had a brief interest in blogging (when I’d read about a woman who made Pinterest her full-time job).
But, I also read, again and again, about women who had made it work – who had become successful in less than a year, moms who made more money working from home with no experience than they had ever made before in their lives!
And I thought… Why not me?
I looked at these big successful blogs, poured over every page – and saw ordinary women. It occurred to me that if it could work for them, it could work for me – all I had to do was learn.
They were writing about saving money, about pregnancy, about DIYs, about homemaking. I thought; I can write that stuff too!
At the very least, I was convinced I had to try. I’d never know if I didn’t try. I bought a domain name and cheap hosting for my blog… and I threw myself into learning it like my life depended on it!
And I am SO GLAD I did. I also had no idea at the time how hard being a stay at home mom is – and I realize now that this job allows me to actually enjoy being a stay at home mom!)
You can read more about how THIS blog (and all blogs) make money here, to see if it interests you.
If blogging isn’t for you – read on for other legitimate and flexible WAHM ideas. I KNOW these jobs are the real deal because I have met women who are doing these things successfully!
Related: 8 Amazing Ways Blogging Has Changed My Life
2) Buy Discounted Products And Resell Them On Amazon.com
This is literally what it sounds like – buying things cheap, and selling them for a little more money than you paid. If you love to find bargains and can’t get enough of the clearance aisles, then selling on Amazon may be for you! (And I think it sounds like sooooo much fun! haha.)
Jessica from TheSellingFamily.com was able to take her love of finding deals and turn it into a 6-figure side hustle in just 1 year.
You don’t have to make 6 figures to make it worth while, so you can spend a lot less time “working” than she did!
You can grab a free 7 day email course right here and she will explain everything you need to know about how it all works and help you decide if it’s the right choice for you. (I think this is one of the EASIEST jobs stay at home moms can do with no experience!)
3) “Flip” used items
I really did think this was more of a hobby than a job when I first heard of it… but it turns out there’s an art to “flea-market flipping” – and I know people who make 6 figures per year just buying and reselling used items. (I say “just”, but obviously, there is no “just” about it.)
When I say “I know” these people, I don’t mean I sort of talked to them online once.
I mean, I have met them in person and I’m friends with them on facebook, and I often see their posts about how they turned an item they paid 100$ for into a 600$ profit. This is the real deal – not some “hyped-up” luck game!
BUT, I think to really make this work as a stay at home mom you need to be willing to pack your kids in the car to go thrift stores and flea markets (although you CAN buy resellable things on Ebay etc.) It’s not like they find all the great deals from the comfort of their living room.
4) Become a Freelance Writer
I personally have paid multiple freelance writers – MOST of whom are moms working from home – so I know that this one also WORKS in the real world for stay at home moms to earn an income. You can learn to be a freelance writer really easily!
Writing is one of the most flexible things you can do from home. When considering how to make money as a stay at home mom, flexibility is key! This makes freelance writing one of the best jobs for stay at home moms in 2022.
These ladies make their writing time the same way I do – I write almost all my blog posts at nap time, or in the evening, or I stay up a little later and write while my baby sleeps. And I LOVE to write, so it doesn’t even feel like work. I happen to know MANY bloggers who hire all their writing done for them. Learn more about becoming a freelance writer here!
Working from home for moms is so much more possible than it was before the internet… these days almost anyone can do it!
5) Become a Virtual Assistant (my VA is a stay-at-home-mom)
The more people working online, the more people hiring other people to help them work online.
I have a wonderful VA (virtual assistant) who manages my affiliate program for my ebook and takes care of my accounting, and another one who answers all my emails and helps me with small off jobs that just don’t fit on my to-do list. She’s a stay at home mom, who works from home or from a coffee shop. (And recently we’ve hired a second VA, to help my first VA. Seriously.)
This saves me heaps of time and I’m more than happy to pay someone else to do the things I don’t like to (or just don’t have time to) do.
VAs usually set their own work hours and can take on as many or as few clients as they like. Their work is rarely “need to be here NOW”, so it’s literally the perfect job for stay at home moms – they can work when the baby is asleep, or when daddy comes home.
Trained or experienced VAs earn more than those who just dive right in, so taking a quick course on Virtual Assisting is a good idea. Learn more about becoming a virtual assistant here!
6) Be an English Teacher Online
If you have a neutral English accent, a bachelor’s degree in anything (yes really), and have an interest in being a teacher – this could be a good fit for you. This job generally entails teaching English to young children in China and usually pays pretty well.
There are plenty of companies you can apply to (to find work). Apply to more than one to increase your chances of getting hired. Some of the most popular (and reliable) organizations include VIPKID, gogokid, HAWO, and EF Education First.
7) Start a day home (a very popular stay at home mom occupation!)
Just because YOU want to become a stay at home mom who works, doesn’t mean everyone will choose that route! Some moms really love to work outside the home, and those moms need trustworthy places to leave their kids for the day.
There are LOADS of women out there who will pay good money to have someone they can trust watching their babies. Chances are, as a mom, you already have toys and a safe place for kids to play – you probably already feed a person or two… why not reuse those skills to make money at home?
My cousin did this for years, and was able to stay with her kids through their entire childhoods.
Here’s more on starting a daycare in the USA.
8) Start a Pet Sitting Business
OK, look – I’m not going to judge you if (even as a mom) the idea of having other people’s kids in your home all day makes you want to cry. I LOVE my kids… but I’m NOT a huge fan of other people’s kids. A day home would be out of the question for me.
Other people DOGS, however… that might not be so bad. Especially because this is usually a short term situation and you can say no if you’re not interested in a certain type or size of pet.
People willing to pay you to keep their pet for a few nights here and there is a real thing – in fact, it’s one of the reasons we don’t HAVE pets. (We want to be able to travel without looking for a place to leave our pets.)
My parents always struggle to find someone trustworthy to watch their dog while they go camping!
This can be one of the most fun jobs for stay at home moms, because your kids will probably love it too.
Companies like Rover make it easy to start a pet sitting business without having to do any marketing or worry about your own insurance!
9) Be a Photographer
For me, this will always be the “job that got away”.
I still take photos with my mom on the weekends. I just never could get up the nerve to really tackle it on my own. I’m not a particularly social person and going to weddings where I don’t know anyone makes me super nervous.
To start, you just need to take some basic photography courses, invest in a decent camera and PRACTICE. You can set up a facebook page or website to show off your work (so potential clients can see what you can do).
Photography isn’t about a degree or having a ton of experience – altho experience does improve your shots!
If your pictures are good, you will get work. If your pictures aren’t good, you won’t. It’s that simple!
You can also sell your photos as stock photos on the internet – but you do have to upload A LOT of photos (and they have to be excellent) to make a full-time income this way.
10) Sell something you LOVE + use yourself (direct sales)
I hesitate to put this in here because there are probably more failed MLM-ers than there are failed bloggers. I feel like when women first start asking how to make money as a stay at home mom, they can latch onto the idea that selling things is the only way… and really, it’s NOT my first choice of jobs for stay at home moms.
I don’t personally think that selling things MLM style is an easy way for moms to make money from home. In fact, I think it’s downright tricky – because you OFTEN have to count on your friends and family to be your customers.
That said I know ladies making a KILLING on Norwex and Tupperware and essential oils. I’ve met ladies who have earned cars and vacations by being top-level sellers. So there’s no doubt there are absolutely moms who do make a great income selling things they use + love.
I think if you want to make any MLM your work from home job, you should try to reach beyond the people you know to find customers. Try advertising, creating a website for your product, going to markets, etc.
11) Become a Proofreader
If you’re good with written English and want a job that you can do 100% on your own time, there’s an affordable course that’ll teach you how to do this in no time. (I know a woman who makes MINT doing this.)
This is similar again to blogging or writing or assisting – a perfect stay at home mom job because you can set your own hours and take just as much work as you can handle.
Here’s a huge list of websites where you can apply for proof reading jobs!
12) Become a Transcriptionist
There’s a course that’ll teach you how to do this quickly too.
I’ve often considered transcribing myself – before I found out how much I loved blogging. There are loads of opportunities for transcriptionists! It’s another one you can do 100% “on your own time” (nap time, or after bedtime, or really… whenever you can carve out an hour here or there!)
13) Start an Etsy shop – if you’re crafty
If you love to crochet, knit, bead, ANYTHING really, you can sell it on Etsy.
(I’ve often thought that fairy garden accessories would be awesome fun for making and selling on Etsy. If I ever get the blog a little more self-sufficient, and I find myself with a ton of free time… I think I’d try this just for fun.) If you end up doing it – you’ll want to check out tips on how to get your stuff seen on Etsy.
14) Become an Esthetician (do nails, hair, facials, etc)
My mom did hair and nails from home for 20 years. She is my inspiration to BE a work at home mom, and this is the thing that she did, from home.
I have a friend who took a nail course and has done gel nails from home for the past five years or so. Not only does she make good money, she also gets to see and chat with her friends on a daily basis.
This is a really great from-home job for moms who want to be social and not trapped on a computer all day!
15) Provide a Laundry Service (Wash / Dry / Fold)
Anyone with a washer, dryer, and iron can do this.
No special skills required, and you can do it while the kids are awake. (Bonus!) SO many other WAH jobs require you to have a bit of quiet concentration time, and that can be the hardest thing about working from home.
I recently spoke to a woman who makes 700$ PER WEEK just doing laundry from her home! (And really, the machine does all the hard work these days.)
16) Become a Graphic Designer
My sister does this! The learning was a bit more intensive (she had to take a 6-month online course – so still within the “baby is coming” timeline), but if you’re naturally graphically inclined – why not?
She has taken that graphic design knowledge she has and expanded it to creating custom apparel. (She learned screen printing and bought a heat press to do this.)
This is another thing I have hired people to do for me – I’ve had my sister (and other designers) make printable products for me to sell on the blog, format e-books that I sell, create infographics for Pinterest, and more!
17) Tutor (math, anything etc) / Online Tutor
Lots of kids just need someone to help them with their multiplication – and their own parents are busy working at their day jobs. Now that we are homeschooling, I have actually hired one of these tutors myself because I really felt like I needed direction and ideas to tackle teaching reading. And we’re paying our tutor $40 per session – and a session is just an hour – so this is a great paying part time gig.
This can done in person OR online, so it’s extremely flexible.
18) Rent out Baby Gear as your sahm mom job
This is going to be most lucrative if you live in a tourist area, and you’ll need to invest a little upfront (like, if you have one single stroller to rent out, business might not be booming.) However, with a proven business model, investing a little bit upfront should never deter you from starting.
One of the biggest hassles of traveling with kids is lugging your car seat / stroller / playpen etc to the airport, on the plane, in the cab… you know.
There are moms who rent this stuff out and make DECENT money doing it.
19) Become an Online Fashion Stylist
I definitely did not know this was a thing until I started researching jobs for stay at home moms.
According to ziprecruiter.com, online fashion stylists / online wardrobe stylists work for online retailers or as independent contractors. They work with customers to find outfits that suit their style and budget. As an online fashion stylist, you can work remotely from home.
20) Open an Airbnb
Another work at home mom job that will be more lucrative in tourist areas.
Renting out a room with airbnb is becoming a very popular way to make money at home. This particular idea would not be for me, because the idea of having total strangers coming into my home regularly is WAYYYY out of my comfort zone. (I also struggle with the idea of staying in an airbnb, for the same reason. But I recognize that I am in the vast minority here.)
21) Become a Travel Agent
Years ago, this was my DREAM job. I even took the training, joined an agency and did the work for a while! (And, with almost no effort, I made back all the money I spent on the training and more.) The only reason I stopped is that at the time, I didn’t know how to use the internet to market myself, and I wasn’t much of a go out in person and drum up business-er.
I SO wish I still had my agency affiliation and had kept my training up to date, because NOW – with what I know about using the internet to market myself – I could make a killing at this!
It’s also one of the most FUN jobs I ever had – with great perks (super cheap travel)! You can make hundreds of dollars in just a matter of hours on the right booking.
I personally went through this agency when I was an at-home travel consultant.
But all that said, I still think blogging is the number one most amazing way to make money as a stay at home mom.
I LOVE not having to answer to ANYONE else, not having to go out and find clients, not having to worry if I can’t work for three days in a row… all the other job ideas for moms pale in comparison, as far as I’m concerned.
22) Become a Bookkeeper
Bookkeeping or accounting is a s great job for moms at home – IF numbers are your thing.
Numbers ARE NOT my thing, so I, in fact, pay a lady to do my bookkeeping for me. She works from home – just like any mom can!
You can take a short online course to learn how to do bookkeeping, even if you have no prior experience.
23) Start a House Cleaning Business
While I’d PREFER that my list of stay at home jobs for moms included only jobs that allowed us to STAY HOME (lol) I’d be neglectful if I didn’t include this.
If you’re able to go out in the evening (perhaps when your husband is home) or have a friend / family member watch your kids for one or two days per week, cleaning houses can be very lucrative – and you can even do it under the table if you keep your business small.
I often consider hiring someone to help me with housekeeping, because then I would have time to work on MY stay at home mom job haha.
24) Provide Customer Service / Phone Support
I was never interested in being on the phone all day, but maybe it wouldn’t bother you at all! Some people are better suited to certain at home jobs than others.
There are plenty of companies that hire remote customer service people to answer customer service phone calls! You can learn more about getting an at home customer service job here.
25) Offer Meal Prep Services
When I first heard this it felt overwhelming to me – like, I struggle just to prep my own families meals… then I realized that I’d be the ideal CUSTOMER for the mom working from home prepping meals for OTHER families LOL.
What if you just started small, offering only healthy breakfasts for families, kids school lunches or a week of dinners for busy moms?
You can learn more about starting a meal prep service business here.
26) Become a Baby Sleep Consultant
When I had my kids, there was one thing I googled over and over… and it was how to get my baby to sleep.
In my search for the answers, I came across a lot of people working as baby sleep coaches!
Many of these coaches were women who had babies who had used programs that helped them teach their babies to sleep, and now these moms were working from home, providing support to other sleepless moms, as certified coaches under an umbrella program.
Here’s an example of a company that helps you train to be a baby sleep consultant – I talked to Lucy (who runs the company) and she said she’s had a few graduates return on their 4500K investment to my certification within 8 weeks of starting their business as a sleep coach!
27) Become a Health Coach
Lately, so many of my friends have found support via health coaches they’ve found online – women working from home and putting together exercise and diet plans to help others become better versions of themselves.
With Facebook and Instagram, it’s easy to find clients! Most programs can be ran entirely online and meetings that need to take place one on one with clients can happen on Zoom.
Health coaches can help with weight loss or getting in shape, and they can keep us on track (because we know how easy it is to get off track with kids lol).
If you already have a healthy lifestyle, love to workout, and don’t struggle to prioritize your health, you might have a natural knack to help others do the same.
Learn about becoming a health coach here.
28) Work From Home as an Insurance Agent
Everyone buys insurance (or almost everyone) and the commissions on it are pretty high.
I used to sell insurance for travel along with travel (when I was working as a travel agent from home) and the insurance commissions were FAR higher than the travel commissions!
Agents generally receive on-the-job training from another more experienced agent, and depending on the company, you may not need any education beyond a high school diploma.
Learn more about becoming an insurance agent here.
29) Sell Recipes and Photos of the Food You Cook
Believe it or not, there are people like me out there who will pay well for photos and recipes! For example, I paid $45 for the images and recipe for these jalapeño poppers. I just don’t DON’T HAVE TIME to make this kind of content, but I want to publish it. The person who sold it to me ALSO sold it to 5 other bloggers. This is called semi-exclusive content, and allows the creator of the recipes / photos to make 250-300 per recipe they develop and photograph.
It doesn’t hurt that you get to keep and eat all your food, so the costs are hardly even sunk!
Food content is not the only content that online publishers purchase. There’s also a market for crafts, home DIY projects – anything that would require unique images! Here is a Facebook group where people sell this kind of content. You could look in there for ideas as to how this might become your perfect work from home job.
30) Become a Life Coach
I have to admit that I have resisted adding this to my list of jobs for stay-at-home moms to consider because I personally find it a little cringe-y… but honestly there are LOTS of woman who are offering life coaching services online and doing VERY well for themselves with it.
Because life coaching is an unregulated industry, it can be quite easy to become one.
How I created my perfect (and great paying) legitimate stay at home mom job – and how you can too
I was pregnant, and I could feel the clock ticking.
I had another 8 months PLUS a year of maternity leave to figure out the blogging thing… that seemed like more than enough time.
So I started.
Related: How to Start a Blog and Make Money From Home
(That’s the biggest most important part. You need to just dive in. Get things in motion!)
The learning curve was HUGE. Even TERRIFYING sometimes. It felt like learning a foreign language. I felt like I was in way over my head. (I never took a single computer class in high school. Seriously.) I had to google almost every nuance of every aspect of what I was trying to do. It was hard.
(Whatever you choose to do when considering sahm jobs, it will probably be hard. There will be some challenges as you settle into and grow your new work from home job!)
But, I reminded myself, this was not as hard as not spending my days with my baby.
Not as hard as paying (my hard-earned money) for someone else to play with him, someone who might care for his physical well being – but certainly wouldn’t be able to care for his emotional well being the same way I did.
THAT would be truly hard.
Fast-forward (if you can call a grueling pregnancy “fast”) 8 months, and by the time I went into labor, my blog had just had it’s second $3000/month. I was officially making MORE with my work from home job than I was making at my desk job… and it took me less than a year to get there.
Turns out this blogging thing – or work from home thing – isn’t a pipe dream at all.
I’ll never be one of those “stay at home mom earns six figures” headline bloggers, but I don’t NEED to be. I’m making enough FROM home to keep me AT home, and that’s what’s important to me.
There are SO many totally legitimate and flexible work from home jobs for moms – you just have to want it bad enough to START and make it happen!
If you DO want to try blogging as a stay at home mom job – where do you start?
If you want to become a blogger, all you need are two things – determination and GOOD information on getting started. (Becoming a stay at home mom and making money, in general, isn’t something that’s ever going to happen without these two things!)
There is A LOT to learn. (Just like with any new job!)
I can’t help you with the first part – the determination part. That’s really down to you. But if I know anything, it’s that nothing is as motivating as wanting to make a stay at home mom job a reality!
I CAN help you with the second part. I know what it takes to make a blog succeed AS a stay at home mom. I WANT you to be able to work from home and stay with your kids.
I have created a completely FREE 7-day course that will walk you through setting up the foundations of a profitable blog.
I also want to invite you to join my Facebook group, where we talk about all things blogging and there are LOTS of other beginners.
Of all the stay at home mom jobs out there, blogging was absolutely the one for me. It might be the right job for you too!
Related: Working From Home With Toddlers (How to Actually Get Stuff Done)
(Or there are all those other jobs for stay at home moms I mentioned. Any one of them would work, and perhaps even be more guaranteed income than blogging. If you’re not looking for a “real job” check out this list of profitable hobbies for stay at home moms!)
Learning how to make money as a stay at home mom was one the best choices I EVER made. I now feel like I have more say over our future – including over my children’s future.
What are your best suggestions for how to make money as a stay at home mom?
38 thoughts on “30 Top Stay At Home Mom Jobs in 2023 (that actually make real money)”
I don’t know about the blogging…..My kids are not little no more. My youngest is 10, then an almost 13 and 15 year old. However, I’m home ALL the time because I’ve been taking care of my disabled mom for the last several years while online collage. I had to quit college couple of years ago without finishing due to my husbands health. So I’m at home with my mother, husband, and now with all the covid stuff one kid wants to be homeschooled. I would LOVE to find something that I can do to make some extra income for my family.
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Thank you! I started blogging a couple years ago, but stopped. I am very interested in starting back. I am a single mom and now a stay at home mom. I currently have no income and would like all the help I can get from you.
I am thankful for this blog post! Most blogs are about coffee money ($250) and not the bill money. Thank you so much for sharing these ideas!!!!
Hi Carly, I am interested in finding ways to make money from home although I am not a mommy yet but I was wondering if you bought the book from EBA or took the course that cost $997 for tuition??? I can’t afford that right now so I’m a bit stuck on where to look next.
I’ve loved writing since I was a child and often though of blogging however, I don’t desire to make social media accounts to promote a blog. Is having social media necessary? I’m currently working from home as a legal secretary and job is so demanding and difficult. My daughter is a year and half and I’m freaking out about when my job goes back to office. I had such a baby daycare experience when she was an infant and then we found a great lady but she’s retiring.
You’re amazing thinking about how you can work and be creatively fulfilled while also being there for your daughter. Social media is NOT the only way to get visible but it is a powerful way. Especially if you want to do something online like blogging rather than something offline that can easily be promoted offline. Social media doesn’t have to take over your life though. A simple strategy to use it as part of your business is all you need. There are also other ways to promote a blog online without running your own social media accounts.
These are some of the great ways to work from home for moms as well as others also. Flexible timings and few hours of work. What else anyone wants.
I don’t know about requirements where you live, but it may be helpful to put a mild disclaimer for being an at-home cosmetologist/nail technician. I’m pretty sure in every US state you need certifications for that and depending on where you live, there can be some pretty strict requirements for working out of your home. That’s just coming from me as a Texas nail tech! I would love to do that from home but it is such a hassle meeting the specific state requirements.
These wonderful idea i need to try something because im in nov 2 i want to bring income an i am single mom doing everthing support me an my child..