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Schools2015 Thu 07-Apr-16 22:25:00

I am a mother of 2, elder one goes to school and the younger one is 4 months old.

I am actively looking for something to do during school hours so I don't have to go back to work after my maternity leave is over.

Can anyone please share any ideas ? I need to earn but wod like to spend time with both my boys.
Any help ideas will be greatly appreciated. Thank you

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Seeyounearertime Thu 07-Apr-16 22:26:29

Domestic cleaning? Ironing?
Freelance writing?

What qualifications do you have? Could they be turned into a self employed type thing?

Schools2015 Fri 08-Apr-16 06:34:52

I work for a bank basically in sales!

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imjustme85 Mon 09-May-16 13:18:09

I think you'd be great working from home with a network marketing company with your sales background. I joined Younique as I wanted to spend more time with my little one and earn an income. I could send you some more info if you'd like?x

LMGTFY Mon 09-May-16 13:25:55

Anything that doesn't involve multi level marketing of course it's not a pyramid like forever living, juice plus, younique etc unless you want to lose lots of money and all your friends.

What sort of time do you envisage having with a very small one at home? When my youngest was little keeping him out of bother filled my day! Have you considered child minding/pick up and drop off to your oldest's school?

Schools2015 Mon 09-May-16 20:38:46

I was thinking recently more about franchise recently so that I could work during school hours.

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Zoomtothespoon Mon 09-May-16 21:39:38

Avoid imjustme like the plague!

I studied to become a bookkeeper and do that whilst my son is at school and little one is napping

Schools2015 Tue 10-May-16 09:46:54

Hi zoomtothespoon I take it you had a very bad experience with them. What are you doing now? It's so hard to balance work and family

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Schools2015 Tue 10-May-16 09:48:31

Hello Lmgfty

You are right it does fill up my day too, but I need to make time to get some cash going at home too! If I go back to work its leaving 2,kids for child care and that does not save me anything!

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imjustme85 Tue 10-May-16 16:16:39

This has just popped up on Forbes website. MLM is not as bad as you think. And yes I've seen the thread on MLM but they really aren't what you think

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