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I am a mother of three with a 10 week old at home and I am looking for a work from home job that doesn’t involve starting a business of surveys. Has anyone got any ideas?

Posted by brookemoy, 11th March 2014

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  • Market research is a good earner when you can get it.

  • I hope that some of these answers have helped you

  • nutrimetics has been great for me and you get a lot of free things

  • Ironing is also a job that can be done from home. Maybe?

  • Maybe look at your interests and hobbies; maybe a possibility of turning them into a career?

  • http://www.nutrimetics.com.au/tracybaker join up get free products

  • these are all great ideas. if you are good at crafts, sell it or go to a market.

    what services can you do? cooking, cleaning, washing, ironing, you could offer these as a complete package. it’s around $20 a load for this service.

    you could cook meals and deliver them or get the people to come pick them up.

    cleaning,pet walking or babysitting also. all convenient to do from your home

    i have a friend who looks after an old lady and she only does this during the day, cleans her house and errands and cooks.
    she also does these other services that i mentioned and has a few single, old working guys drop by and grab a pot of food so that would be great. $20 a meal with lunch leftovers

  • do you have something you could make and sell if you are crafty or arty? if not there are heaps of party plans out there like Avon, Nutrimetics, Tupperware and many more (just google party plans). The key is to find a company that sells products you really like then you can base your business around them. You can do primarily brochure parties so then you don’t have to go outside of the home.

  • I started up an online business, I now do markets to try n get rid of it as there is too many facebook pages already doing the same. By the time you pay ebay fee & paypal fee it is not worth selling on ebay either unfortunately.

  • you can always do mystery shopping as well

  • you could always try importing cheaper goods from over seas and try reselling on ebay etc for a profit

  • sell stuff on ebay or gumtree

  • Sell on ebay or facebook buy ad sell pages

  • Selling your old stuff that you longer want is great, or you can do party plans, or maybe even start walking dogs or looking after other children as well. You can also do ironing at home.

  • Thanks, some great ideas here.

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