Are you a stay-at-home mom that would like to earn some money? Here is a list of 21 stay-at-home mom jobs to get you started on your journey. Most of these stay-at-home jobs require little training and can be done from the comfort of your own home – unless you chose dog walking! Many do not realize there are legit online jobs for stay-at-home moms and you can work from home in your pajamas while taking care of your kids.
Maybe it was a hard decision to decide to leave your job and stay home.You may need to supplement your husband’s income to be able to afford to stay home.
Maybe you have enough money but you left a well-paying job because you wanted to be with your kids and now you would like to have money in your pocket instead of asking your husband. (This is my current situation).
There are stay at home jobs out there for you mamas!
Many of these stay-at-home mom jobs are totally doable with kids at home and don’t take up too much extra time. They may not pay as much as the job you left, but I always feel some money is better than nothing.
If you don’t think pennies are worth anything, then think again. My son’s school just had a penny war challenge for a fundraiser and they were able to raise over $1000 by collecting pennies from elementary-aged kids. Furthermore, in this 52-Week Money Challenge using pennies, you can come close to that amount by saving pennies yourself. In fact, at the end of the 52-week money challenge, you will total out at $667.95. – Not bad for saving your spare change.
This money challenge is unique in that you can save your spare change and end your year with a nice chunk of change. However, toward the end of the challenge when you start adding $20 to your fund, you may want to switch to dollars or start cutting out some of the “want” areas of your budget to help you stick with it.
If you have heard the phrase “A penny saved is a penny earned” then you know money is money. No matter how small it is worth something. The truth is pennies can add up over time! Not to mention, the bank agrees with me and will accept penny deposits. However, most banks do not accept loose change unless you roll the coins yourself. But hey, if you start saving your pennies now, by the end of the year you will have over $600 in your savings account.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. And what better way to celebrate than to find ways to save money on Valentine’s Day card for your kid’s class. I definitely think Valentine’s Day free printables are the way to go.
I have to admit, I am a sucker for Holiday because it gives me a reason to treat my kids and see the excitement on their faces. Nonetheless, Valentine’s day does not have to be one of those Holidays that breaks the bank. In fact, you can make your own kid’s Valentines at home for much less than you would spend at the store.
Not to mention, this post has done all the work for you. All you need to do is decide which Valentine you would like to use this year. Or better yet, let your kids look through and decide! They will love making Valentine’s Cards with you and be so proud to take them into their class this year. Also, there are several non-candy choices as many schools request this due to allergies.
Are you ready to have your socks knocked off this winter? These slow cooker soup recipes listed below are so good you won’t need those socks.
Winter is a time of hibernation. The freezing cold temperature that sweep the nation leave you feeling chilly and stiff. What better way to warm up your body then putting on a crock pot full of hot soup that you can enjoy for dinner!
These soups will warm your body and make it more likely you will get things done this winter. You won’t need to hibernate under a blanket. You will be warm enough to get up and be productive. Not to mention, they taste great and leave your house with a seriously yummy smell all day long.
My fellow food bloggers do not disappoint. Check out these warm winter soup recipes to keep you warm and snuggled!