Ive just had my first baby and due to go back to work soon, I can't afford not to. Does anyone know of any work from home ideas, that doesn't include doing parties or selling, I cant do childcare either. Probably a long shot.
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12-02-2016 14:34 #1Junior Member
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working from home
13-02-2016 07:38 #2
mmmm not a fan of these home sales schemes. I find their tactics a bit annoying and aggressive.
I'm an accountant and do a bit of bookkeeping/accounting for my own clients from home.
if you have a particular skill that you use in your day job, see if there's any way you can use it by working from home on your own client/customer base.
13-02-2016 08:08 #3
I gave up work when my DS was born & now run my own Vital Assistant business from home using my skills in admin & accounts.
Do something you know and build on it I say. Or get into something like Avon.
11-02-2017 19:58 #4
I just found lionbridge - online website assessment. Quite extensive examination to get the job, and only 10-20 hours but interested to know if any new Mums have experienced it, and what they thought.
27-02-2017 11:40 #5Junior Member
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Some others have mentioned it but if you have a particular skill you could freelance your skills and make some money. There are afew websites that you can apply for freelance jobs and then get paid. I work in design, and am considering freelancing and working for myself instead but I'm not quite comfortable with the idea of not getting a secure payslip each week.
27-02-2017 11:44 #6
@LSY I am employed by lionbridge. Can work your own hours, but the work can be boring and repetitive. It's a U.K. Company so you get paid a month behind for a month.
I also have another job from home however it's pretty full on, full time hours and not flexible.
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27-02-2017 12:58 #10
I was looking into it but couldn't tell if it was legit... Your the first person I know of who works with them
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