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    Default What do you do to make money from home?

    Hey all, I'm a stay at home mum to 3 kids 2 of which are now at school. I'm looking for things i can do at home to make a little money while the little one is sleeping.

    Ive been doing surveys making about $50 a month in gift vouchers

    What else do you mummy's do from home?

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    Following would love to make some extra money whilst staying at home. I have done the surveys in the past, should look into it again but didn't make that much money @aussiechic83 you must be doing a lot, is that all with one website?

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    Bumping for advice from anyone, even if i can make $100 working from home each week.

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    What about some dictation/typing work. If you were a good typist this would be an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum-I-Am View Post
    What about some dictation/typing work. If you were a good typist this would be an option.
    Thanks hun, where would i find something like that?

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    We dog sit. The kids love dogs, but I don't want to get one, so it's a compromise. Dogsitters typically charge $25 - $40 per night per dog, and it's busiest in school holidays. You meet the dogs beforehand so that you know they're ok with the kids etc. If you don't want the dogs to stay at your house, you can dog walk instead and then drop them back to their owners. Good for some exercise!

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    Air tasker, and gumtree. I got a bunch of gumtree baby sitting or school drop offs, even cooking meals once. For Air tasker I’ve been doing translations and dictation but there’s plenty of other things too

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    I do surveys from a few different websites, making up to $20 a week in vouchers and cash per month.

    If I owned my home I would rent out a room on Airbnb otherwise babysitting I thought would be good too.


 

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