30 Ways to make money as a SAHM!

1. Start a Blog

Start a money making blog by following my tutorial and start earning an income in no time!

2. Teach English online 

This is one of my favorites because it is also super fun! If you have a passion for teaching you can have a great career by teaching English online with VipKid!

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3. Direct sales

Direct Sales often get a bad rep, but not every direct sales company is a Pyramid Scheme! Check out my top 5 direct sales jobs for SAHM’s!

4. Etsy 

Do you consider yourself a crafty person? Are you always making handmade items for your friends and family? Why not set up your very own Etsy Shop and start selling to the whole world of customers!

5. Sell your skills

Do you have a certain skill set that you can sell? Are you a brilliant photographer or a great gardener? Why not sell some of your skills and earn some extra bucks from doing something you love.

6. Fiverr.

If you are social media savvy or a tech wiz, you can sell your services on Fiverr! I actually just recommended Fiverr to a friend who is a former HR consultant turned full-time mommy. She earns some extra cash by looking at job-seekers resumes and coaching job-seekers through the interview process! 

7. Become a part-time stylist 

Were you a hair stylist or a nail professional in another life? Or do you just LOVE to do your friend’s makeup? Why not start charging for these services. I actually go to a hair stylist who does hair from her own home. I love it because I can bring my daughter and it is such a relaxed atmosphere!

8. Become a virtual assistant. 

A virtual assistant is an administrative assistant who works remotely. There are plenty of bloggers or small business owners who are interested in hiring virtual assistants to manage their social media or emails and other smaller administrative tasks! This website will teach you everything you need to know about starting a career as a virtual assistant!

9. Sell your old clothes on Thred Up.

Are you closets full of clothes that no longer fit or you no longer wear? Why not turn that clutter into cash by selling your used clothing on Thredup! (Ps. ThredUp is PERFECT for all your maternity clothing!)

10. Sell your stuff on eBay. 

Have a bunch of old stuff lying around? Try selling it on eBay, it could be worth something! My husband sold off all of his old Pokemon cards and made over $500.

11. Drive with Lyft. 

Another great way to earn some extra cash is to drive with Lyft! You can choose your own hours and how many hours you work so you can drive whenever it fits into your schedule.

12.Become a Virtual bookkeeper 

Were you an accountant in a former life? Start your own virtual bookkeeping business and work from home on your own schedule! Find out how here. 

13. Bake Cakes

Are you an amazing baker? Why not sell those scrumptious cakes to friends who are in need of birthday cakes, wedding cakes, and more.

14. Freelance writing 

Are you a great writer? Find freelance writing jobs and you could earn up to $30 per hour! There are a ton of freelance writing gigs to be found on Fiverr or check out this article for more great places to find writing gigs.

15. Start a Dropshipping company through Shopify! 

Check out my Shopify course and I will show you how to earn an income without own webshop without ever having to touch a single product! Whether you take the course or not, Shopify is a great way to start earning some money!

16. Lose Weight 

Did you know that there are websites that allow you to place a bet to lose weight? By reaching your goal weight you can earn up to $1,000 with DietBet.

17. Rent Your Baby Stuff You can earn up to $600 a month by renting out your spare stroller, crib, car seat, or other baby stuff through GoBaby.

18. Become a Disney Agent

Are you OBSESSED with Disney? Become a Disney travel agent for a flexible work from home job!

19. Ebates

Get cash back just by shopping at your favorite stores through Ebates.

20. Invest in Real Estate 

Think real estate investing is only for those with a ton of extra cash? Think again. With Fundrise, you can invest in real estate with as little as $500! 

21. Rent your house

Going on a month-long holiday to Southern Europe? Or are you just going to your grandparent’s cabin in Iowa for the summer? You can rent out your house on Airbnb and make money while you travel.

22. Rent your Clothes.

Do you have some beautiful designer pieces stuffed in the back of your closet? Why not put them to good use by renting them out on Style Lend

23. Rent out your Car

Have an extra car in the driveway? With GetAround you can join 1,000’s of other car owners who rent out their cars and earn (up to) an extra $10,000 a year!

24. Peer2Peer lending

Peer2Peer lending is another great way to invest if you only have a small amount of money. With The Lending Club, you can loan out some of your $$$ to people who are looking to get loans for a car, a house, etc.

25. Rent out your RV

Have a giant RV sitting in your driveway? Earn up to $30,000 a year by renting it out with RVShare.

26. Nanny

Offer your nanny services and watch another child. Find jobs in your local area at Care.com.

27. Dogsit. You can earn up to $1000 per month by caring for dogs on Rover.com

28. Tutor

Tutoring is a great way to earn some extra income by using some skills that you have. I have a friend who owns her own tutoring company from her own garage!

29. Clean houses

You can always earn a little bit of extra cash by becoming a cleaner.

30. Swagbucks 

Earn money for browsing the web, online shopping, streaming videos and more with Swagbucks! 

31. Housesit

You can house sit for other people while they are away on vacation! Check out Care.com for some housesitting jobs!

32. Transcribe

Looking for something you can do while your little one is taking a nap? Try becoming a transcriptionist with Transcribeme.com and earn up to $25 per hour!

Friday Favorites #6

Hello, Friends and Happy Friday! I hope you all had a wonderful Valentines Day, whether you got out for a romantic dinner or just stayed at home (like us) I hope it was a good one!

We are actually off to Death Valley for the weekend today. My parents are generously watching Fé so we can have a little getaway and I am so excited! I have actually never had a night without Fé so I am a little nervous but also very excited to camp and explore Death Valley which has always been on my bucket list =) Let’s get to it…..

Friday Favorites #6

1. Colman Pop-up Tent

We ordered this pop-up tent on Amazon for our camping trip because we had one just like it on our backpacking trip through Spain a few years ago. It is literally the easiest tent to assemble as it just pops up in a matter of seconds and folds back just as easily. I am so excited to break out our tent to camp under the stars in Death Valley tonight! It also had a screen on the roof so we can open it and stare at the stars all night. I am so excited and I can’t wait for all the camping trips we are going to take in this beautiful little tent =)

2. Cozy Cardigan

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I got this cardigan in grey at Nordstrom a while ago and I have been wearing it non-stop! It is so soft and warm and goes with just about anything. I admittedly had to go back and get it in blush pink and black!

3. Snack Catcher Cups

We got these for Fé so she could snack in the car and stroller without dropping her grapes or blueberries or whatever all over herself and they are awesome! I was worried that it would take her a while to get used to sticking her hand in there but she understood right away and she loves them! They are so handy because I can just stick them in my bag without her snacks spilling all over!

4. 936 Pennies by Eryn Lynum

       

I received this book in the mail to review for Eryn Lynum (author) and it is really such a great book. It talks about all the different ways we can invest in our children and the little things we can do to raise our children to be the best little humans they can be. The idea behind the title 936 Pennies is that there are 936 weeks between the time they are born and the moment they turn eighteen and the book encourages you to think about how you are investing in your child throughout each and every one of those weeks. The idea is that you invest one penny every week. Stay tuned for my full review of the book!

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What is one thing that you are looking forward to this weekend? How was your Valentines Day?