Quoting Anonymous:I run my own business, and no not one of those "buy my candles" type of things.
Bump for luck :) I work from home, but I worked in the office for my company for 12 years. And I don't really have time to spend with the kids. (they are in school and if they weren't, I would need to send them to the sitter)
be prepared for a ton of pyramid scheme posts! Anything advertising "make money, make money" is usually a scam. REAL companies focus on the job duties, benefits etc. Not just the money. I worked for a csr company that years down the road offered wah positions but they discontinued it for some reason. Etsy is usually the way to go if you have a crafty talent, but you have to have great marketing skills and an original idea because it i a competetive site. Companies like avon and doterra are real and you can make a profit however it is a pyramid scheme (referal bonuses and "promotions"). You have to pay a membership fee and the company takes a portion of the profit. I have been tempted to sell doterra because I love essential oils, however they are so expensive. I would never sell something I cant afford myself lol
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