Top 10 Money-Making Ideas For Stay-At-Home Mums

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A stay-at-home mum is a full-time job. With a 0-3-year-old child, many women ask themselves how to make money from home. In other words, they need ideas for stay at home jobs with only 3-4 hours per day and without a settled schedule. Good news is that there are plenty of ideas. The key to being a supermum lies in turning your hobbies into jobs. A little bit of creative thinking, courage, and support will grant each mum with a bucket of happiness and self-realization.

1. Blog, Vlog!

Sharing a personal experience of being a mum is useful for many young families who are only planning to have kids. This can be anything. Have you invented a perfect way to swaddle your baby in a receiving blanket or have you performed some research and discovered all the privileges of using a sling? Share it. There are a lot of desperate mums who need a bit of support. Inspirational videos or articles with bright photos are not only helpful to others but can also be profitable.

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2. Do Sport

Sport is another key to happiness. It not only helps you to stay fit, healthy and beautiful, it also gives you energy, motivates your family, and, in fact, can become a source of additional income. Involving your children in everyday training is a new trend of modern healthy living. There are no limits for new exercises. Share your daily sports routine and motivate other mums to stay fit and healthy. For those who don’t like videos, there are opportunities to create a post with gifs or info-graphics.

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tap local marketing for your newly-established home business

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I bet most local marketing experts will advise mums like me to tap local marketing to support their budding  small-scale businesses. I will also bet that it has crossed your mind one too many times to put up that small business at home so you can have other avenues to explore + exploit your creativity, + more importantly, have an alternative means to help augment the family income while you stay at home to care for your children. Like most of us, I have thought of putting up my own online shop until I got busy + found it hard to maintain. I have been doing direct selling pre-pregnancy days + I must say I am making good money selling pillows, bags, apparels for children and affordable fashion staples for women. I was also in quite a roll selling affordable undergarments to my teammates + workmates just before I decided to say goodbye to my work for good + take on my stay-at-home-mum post.

Tapping local marketing is the most sure-fire way to go about it. After all, while you are just starting your business + trying to build your reputation, it is best to concentrate on a small group of potential buyers + clients + focus on what possible items + products are most likely to sell to them. In the same manner, shipping + handling will cost less + promotions within a limited scale of people would prove to be more effective rather than broadcasting to all your Facebook friends or Twitter followers, for example, who would turn out to have other interests + demands compared to what you are selling or will be discouraged to order due to fees courier services will incur.

All these talk about local marketing is actually making me reconsider reviving my direct-selling days. I can probably offer my products to some of my mum friends or to some of my friends online, too. Plus, I can also add those Human Heart Nature products, + some amazing toy finds I discover online, too, to my catalog! I bet other green mums would be really interested. 😉

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