It Would Be Ideal

For some reason, I always brushed aside careers where you work from home. I guess I considered it a "cushy", "lazy" sort of job. I always preferred the kind of job you have to get up and drive/walk to, the kind of job where you have to put up with coworkers you don't really like, a boss you hate, and the typical headaches of dealing with the public.

It's only recently that I realized: I don't actually prefer that kind of job. It's just that I have never had a reason to stay home to work before.

Now that I am older and a little wiser, I think a stay-home job is perfect for me. It would allow me to still be the homemaker I kind of pride myself on being. The problem is that most work-from-home jobs are scams, or you have to just luck out and find one that doesn't require twenty pieces of paper and twenty titles.

Maybe one day I'll be the lucky one and find it.

SpiritOfTheRabbit SpiritOfTheRabbit
36-40, F
4 Responses Feb 12, 2010

It's not so much about being stuck at home with a job, but it's about just having your time back of not HAVING to clock in at least 5 days out of the week. I'm apart of this new company that is doing just that. Not only is it giving you, thousands of discounts on stuff that you use everyday as well as tons of FREE things, but it even pays you for doing what you've been doing for years...Take a look at my website and see this new and exciting opportunity!

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I speak from experience, so I am not here to market something I know little about. My husband lost his job in 2010, which resulted in the loss of our home and cars. We were literally wondering day to day how we were going to feed our 4 kids. Mind you, I was still employed, but my income barely was enough to cover our household utilities. I searched everywhere for alternatives, and every single work @ home job wanted money. Well, I didn't have money, nor was I comfortable giving someone I knew nothing about a penny. However, a year ago we found an opportunity to work at home. We were skeptical at first, but it never asked us for a sign-up fee, start-up fee, and/or processing fee, so we figured we had nothing to lose. Needless to say, I quit my job and have made an average of $7,500 a month since. In fact, the first week I made $700, and although that may not seem like much to some, considering the fact we did not have to pay anything in the process, it was a complete blessing.<br />
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What exactly do you do for that company? :)

try avon its amazing and i love selling it it basically sells itself no door to door or partys needed all you need is to know how to run a computer and your good