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3 Stay at Home Jobs to Save your Sanity

Working from home offers many advantages, you get to be your own boss, you can start and finish when you want, and your day in general is much more flexible. There are many reasons why someone might choose to stay at home, sometimes working in an office becomes too claustrophobic, there can be too many office politics or maybe once the pros and cons are weighed up, you actually may save money, stress and time.

Take a look at these 3 stay at home jobs and get inspired:

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Become a fulltime blogger – Have you set up a film review site or fashion blog that has good traffic and social metrics, then maybe now is the time to start monetizing. The winter weather is rolling in hard and fast, and getting out in the morning can be hard work. It’s important when building your blog that the UI design is easy and functional for the public and potential advertisers to use. Make sure you are passionate about the niche, this will make it easier to create interesting and up to date content.

Sell your designs or crafts – If you are a crafts wizard or an up and coming designer, why not try your luck at selling some your artistry. It’s good to test out the public’s response to your crafts by firstly attending and selling at a market. If you get a good response you could be onto a winner. Make sure you keep costs of web design to a minimum; there are alternatives like using the platforms such as Etsy or ASOS Market place.

Become free-lance – If you have skills in web development, graphic design or illustration, then why not consider going free-lance? This allows you to pick the projects that interest you; essentially you become your own account manager and learn how to run both sides of the business. If you want somewhere more formal to meet clients then why not look into serviced offices, where you can hire a meeting room for an afternoon, click here to find out more information.

The cost of childcare, commuting and a number of other variables may mean that working from home actually works out to be more cost effective. If you’re driving yourself mad being cooped up in an office, or that morning commute is giving you more lines than you can count then why not look into being your own boss and working from home.

  • http://www.the-c-channel.com Lucy McLay

    I am a mum of 3 and couldnt afford someone to care for my young triplets so I started looking into working from home. all my friends said i should learn to work on the internet because there’s a lot of money to be made.

    i didnt know anything about working on the internet but i was told to check out bdumbdum and signed up.

    they set me up completely. a site. they told me how to sell affiliate products and i didnt have to do anything. they did all the promotion and within just over 8 days, i started receiving money from sales.

    i mean, i do nothing. i just registered with them then they do the rest.

    i now have 7 sites selling affiliate products like music, perfumes, weight-loss program – all stuff that i like – and they do the rest.

    i strongly recommend checking them out. sign in (its free) and contact the admin who is a lovely lady who will help you get started. it took me just under a day to get started with her help.

    Good luck to you all
    Lucy

    • http://www.makemoneyinlife.com James W

      Thank you for your comment Lucy and I’ happy that you found something that works for you online.

  • Rahul

    very nice jobs i am also a full time blogger and freelancer now i am trying to sell my designs thanks for sahring

    • http://www.makemoneyinlife.com James W

      That’s great Rahul, blogging and freelancing are the great ways to make money from home.

  • http://www.theinternetbuzzer.com PrIyAnGsHu

    I believe blogging and freelancing are the best work at home jobs so far but they both requires much efforts and patience.

    • http://www.makemoneyinlife.com James W

      That’t true, they are one of the best ways but they require a lot of effort. We just need to have patience and to work hard.

  • http://www.extra-cash-online.com RCONNORIII

    Know many stay at home moms that could use about 4-5 hrs of work and doing that from home – what a plus!

    • http://www.makemoneyinlife.com James W

      Thank you Connor, they maybe find this post useful :)

  • http://Www.stephanie-fitness.com Stephanie

    I work from home and raise 2 small kids and all I have to do is work out and post on FB what I do. It’s that easy. I use the Beachbody work out programs that give you amazing results and they pay me :) love what I do and I get to spend time with my family and show them a healthy lifestyle! Would love to help anyone get started!

    • http://www.makemoneyinlife.com James W

      Hi Stephanie, thank you for stopping by, I’m sure that someone will find your information valuable. :)