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Postby gellegbs » Wed Jan 23, 2008 9:31 am

Me and my fiancee are starting a non-profit org. Since he's busy with his job and has little access to computers, more or less little time for it; he wants me to be in charge of setting up this website. It's going to be a huge reference of scientific and historical data that coinside with the Bible and prove the existence of God. But anyways that's my job for now, to collect data and work on this project, which wont bring my household in any money till it takes off (which I'm not expecting anything more than minimum wage).

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Postby jcdugayo » Wed Nov 26, 2008 9:33 am

I am too! so far I've got an amazon business going, but I also have to work nights as a waitress and I would love to be able to stay home all the time again and still be able to pay the bills. It might be hard to avoid people pushing there wares though.
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Postby Sheryl » Sun May 24, 2009 10:51 am


Do you have an Amazon store? Is that what you mean? If so, is it easy to set up?

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Postby revolutionary » Tue Jun 09, 2009 3:56 pm

I think the kind of stay-at-home jobs that you would find through existing businesses (pizza, online sales, etc.) can be rather boring. :roll:

If you're "outside the box" enough to teach your own kids, you are probably someone who would be happy with your own independent small business or service, something that employs your unique talents. But that can be really intimidating and overwhelming~ :shock:

Which is why I always suggest that people look for good business partners before they start their business. Good friends you've known for many years, family members, relatives, etc...the key is for each person to never take on more than she can handle, and to allow each person complete freedom to walk away if she wishes. Trust that God will always send you the right person when you need, and the business will feel more like an exciting, fun way to use your creativity and talents than a money-making venture! :D

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Postby Theodore » Thu Jul 09, 2009 9:50 pm

In my case, I work from home doing web design and programming.

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Postby crazymammaof_4 » Fri Jul 10, 2009 2:12 am

We just started an at home business that uses the internet and social networking. We absolutely love it, and has a lot of room for growth. It was introduced to us by a friend, and it is a wonderful Pay it Forward business. It's called Efusjon. I love having some control over what income we bring in, especially with the economy.

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