Musings on life in my corner of the internet...
1- You already ARE doing a job at home. You are mothering and homemaking for a large family.2- You may be able to make money at artwork if you are willing to research what's selling and produce accordingly. You may make more money by selling smaller items online (a niche item).3- HI! :-)
1- Yes, but unfortunately mothering doesn't pay the bills... wish it did, though.2- Yep.3- Hi!
A friend was telling me her sister in law is a medical transcriptionist and makes good money, from home, in her p.j.s! You might do some searching online to get more details.Susan
Hi, and blessings to you as you grapple with all these changes. (I don't know anything about the other questions but want you to know I'm praying for you!)
I made jewelry at home and sold it in shops. I took care of a many with developmental disabilities who lived with us. I shopped at the thrift shop and didn't use credit cards. I lived under the poverty level when my boys were young and I was a single mom, but I didn't feel poor, just lived more simply. I'm so glad I was a full time mother. It paid off in dividends in how my sons turned out and the connection we have.
Thanks for the kind words and ideas, Beth, Susan, Mary and Colleen!
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