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    I do Avon - although I never really make a profit because I buy my make up shampoo etc from there so I'm still saving money. I also sell all my daughters old clothes/toys.

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    I'm about to clean out the garage / DS wardrobe & go to a carboot market (have in the past given away his old clothes he's grown out of). A friend of mine cleans a couple of houses each week and makes a couple of hundred $$ out of it.

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    I sell Tupperware it's awesome, you DO make money and you get loads of free training and SO many rewards! I love it. If ur in brissy and interested pm for more info

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    I make personalized kids lamps and blankets and sell on eBay and on etsy.

    A few other mums I know make cupcakes and cakes with fondant... It's a big hit at the moment.

    If you're creative, there are so many tutorials on YouTube to help you learn stuff like that (it's where I learnt how to sew )

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    Quote Originally Posted by garfield13 View Post
    I do mystery shopping and online surveys (4 sites all up) Its not heaps but helps. Myst shop in average is $50 or so a month. Surveys you get vouchers (heaps of choices) or cash and so far im upto about $160 this year
    Hi Garfield, how did u get onto the surveys and mystery shopping?

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    I sell MCNs, hair accesories and clothing (handmade) through my website and facebook.
    I also hold MCNs parties at baby showers

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    Where do u source ur clothing? I've looked on alibaba but it looks kind of dodgy and I'm scared of wasting my money...

    Sent from my Desire HD using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokey Pokey View Post
    I sell childrens clothing (new) online.
    Where do u source your clothing? Sorry I forgot to add quote in laSt post.

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    I'm a florist. Was working at a shop it my hours were low and it was the same as FTB so I work from home now.

    With claimables like home office an petrol and cars and stuff it put a much lower income on my tax return so still get some FTB and I'm doing something so I feel like I'm contributing.

    I also do mystery shopping. All of our junk food is paid for by mystery shops (kfc, pizza, noodle box) and I also get some other cool stuff when doing other shops (cheap as chips, clothing stores, woolworths) it's not heaps but every little bit helps to take other things out of our weekly budget

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    I'd love to work from home but I wouldn't have a clue where to start!


 

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