• M
  • Rio Rancho, United States
  • 2 years ago

Stay at home mom, how to make it work?

This might be a stupid question but for those of you who are stay at home moms how did you manage to be able to do that? My boyfriend is joining the army and will work a regular job as well. Im due in October and we cant afford a baby sitter (we are moving to a new state away from family) so I’m really stressed on how to make things work. Any tips ? Advice ?
  • J
  • CA, US
  • a year ago

I am a very successful mom entrepreneur. I'd be happy to share how i did it

  • M
  • London, United Kingdom
  • a year ago

Hey Melanie. I work from home as a forex trader.

  • M
  • Saint Peters, United States
  • a year ago

My entire salary was going to be the same cost of daycare so there was no reason for me to continue to work. My best advice is to save up as much possible money before the baby comes and to budget the heck out of your finances.

  • J
  • Canton, United States
  • a year ago

Just saying these businesss where you sale products aren’t all that easy they make it seem easy and most people get a kickback for you joining. I tried usborne and Herbalife not for me

  • B
  • Church Point, United States
  • a year ago

Agreed!

  • M
  • Walnut Creek, United States
  • a year ago

If you are open to some sort of selling I also joined a network marketing company that doesn’t actually allow you to hold inventory - because it’s clean-crafted wine (Organic, chemical free, no sugar added, keto friendly wine). The only time you buy wine is for a tasting party or you can set up the business where the host buys the wine. Most of the wine cost $20-$30 a bottle and we have some $30-$75 options as well. I’m a big wino and big into clean living so sharing about a product that fits my lifestyle made a lot of sense when I was leaving my full time role for the stay at home mom life. Glad to email you more info if interested.

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