At Home Businesses
At home businesses differ from at home jobs in several ways. The main difference is that with a business, there is no regular incoming paycheck. Your pay is dependent upon how much work you put into promoting and working your business. The beauty of that is that the driven and dedicated mom can succeed and earn more than she would at a traditional job. The flexibility of home businesses is what attracts a lot of stay at home moms: you can tailor your business hours to your family needs. At home businesses basically fall into two categories: those that are ready-made, in which you sell products or services on behalf of any already-established company, and those that you start on your own (these moms are known as mompreneurs [or netpreneurs if the business is run completely online]).
Check out the categories below:
Businesses you can start on your own. (You might just find that you can turn one of your hobbies into a profitable business!)