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    Default Working from home good and bad experiences with companies like scensty isagnix etc

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    The hours are flexible, you don't have to dress to impress, you can run your day how you want.

    The bad, isolation, you never leave work and there always seems to be jobs needing to be done round the house!

    My dh forgets I've been working all day because I am home, meanwhile he may have been sitting on the couch all day!

    But, I love it for now with 2 kiddies.

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    Bellibean what do you do. ?

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    It's like a secretariat role so just me and a small group of volunteers.

    Hard jobs to find I recon so worth keeping if you can find something like it.

    I'm only meant to be part time but my phone doesn't stop ringing so there's no escape!

    Some days I wish I could go work in an office but the pros at the moment really outweigh the cons.

    If this job weren't around I'd probably look for something similar

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    I do direct selling for one of the 2 you mentioned (not sure I can mention it but happy to discuss in pm if you like). I also work out of the home 3 days a week. With any direct selling you need to put in the hard yards but the rewards are worth it. I am finding however I am only able to do most of it when ds (13months) is asleep so my time is limited. For parties you would need to factor in care for your kiddies. So far my experience has been positive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Me&Smooches View Post
    I do direct selling for one of the 2 you mentioned (not sure I can mention it but happy to discuss in pm if you like). I also work out of the home 3 days a week. With any direct selling you need to put in the hard yards but the rewards are worth it. I am finding however I am only able to do most of it when ds (13months) is asleep so my time is limited. For parties you would need to factor in care for your kiddies. So far my experience has been positive

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    @Mummy12 I have sent you a message :-)

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    I'm with one of those companies you mentioned.
    It's like with anything what you put in you get back.
    I work around my kids and family time. I don't do many home parties, more basket parties, and other development.
    It depends on what else you want from your business too, you want it like a hobby or to grow and develop.


 

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