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    Good Afternoon,

    I was just curious if anyone works from home currently. With the price of everything going up I would like to ideally earn an extra 300 - 500 a week. In all honesty I am not sure about things like Tupperware or host a party type of thing due to only having a very small close knit group of friends, your ideas and suggestions will be much appreciated

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    A friend of mine worked from home selling women's and children's clothing online. It was VERY time consuming and took a lot of hard work to build to a successful level (she was in the ballpark of the figures you mentioned). She eventually gave it up as it got a little out of control!

    Party plan is similar, it's a lot of running around and doing parties on weekends / evenings, which for me is family time. And it most likely wouldn't give you an income of that level either.

    Is there any particular reason working outside the home doesn't suit you? I much prefer this over working from home. I like my work to be separate from my home life, so that when I'm home I'm fully focussed on DP & DD. Often working from home can be even more of a juggle as you've got so much going on at once.

    Good luck x

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    Thanks for that it would just be a better situation for me due to some ongoing issues I face

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    Have a look at different crowdsourcing jobs, they're from home. You can work hours around your own schedule minimum of 10 hours a week.

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    Sorry what is a crowd sourcing job and where would I find them advertised

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    Crowd sourcing is judging websites, and items on the internet. I do my job through lionbridge.

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    Thank you baby G4, I will have a look at that did you need much experience

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    Absolutely no experience at all!

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    Can I ask how much this pays? I would love to have something flexible that I can do from home like that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Can I ask how much this pays? I would love to have something flexible that I can do from home like that!
    It pays $17US an hour. You get paid monthly and have to pay your own tax.

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