Ways You Can Work From Home….Really

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  1. This is a thorough list of options. Well done! People are always looking for ideas and I will save this to share

  2. Lisa says:

    I’m all about the coaching and social media management. Great post!

  3. Burt Wilda says:

    I seriously love {your blog|your

  4. Laura says:

    Great article, I love the list. I would add something I personally do from time to time – translations. It requires to know a foreign language almost to perfection, but if you do there are lot of nice freelance jobs you can find. For instance, Netflix looks for subtitle translators very often in pretty much every language.

  5. Susannah says:

    I’ve been working from home for the last 6 years after opening a successful Etsy store, and now blogging. I have no desire to go back to an office!

  6. Monika says:

    This is awesome! I’m just looking into ways how to make money online as I’m fed up with the 9-5 jobs, so this is great help! Thanks for so many tips, bookmarking 🙂

  7. Job flexibility! So great.

  8. Thanks for this great post. Gave so much option to pick from for 9-5 jobs. Times are really changing and these jobs seems to even pay more than full time jobs these days
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    • awaitressnomore says:

      Aw, thank you! They really are and thankfully that’s helpful to a lot of people. I’m so excited to see how the job market continues to change.

  9. Jan Zac says:

    Hello ,

    I saw your tweets and thought I will check your website. Have to say it looks very good!
    I’m also interested in this topic and have recently started my journey as young entrepreneur.

    I’m also looking for the ways on how to promote my website. I have tried AdSense and Facebok Ads, however it is getting very expensive. Was thinking about starting using analytics. Do you recommend it?
    Can you recommend something what works best for you?

    I also want to improve SEO of my website. Would appreciate, if you can have a quick look at my website and give me an advice what I should improve: http://janzac.com/
    (Recently I have added a new page about FutureNet and the way how users can make money on this social networking portal.)

    I have subscribed to your newsletter. 🙂

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Maybe I will add link to your website on my website and you will add link to my website on your website? It will improve SEO of our websites, right? What do you think?

    Jan Zac

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Jan,

      Thanks for checking out my site! I’m glad you liked it. As far as bringing more attention to your blog I would definitely check out my friend Ell who runs ellduclos.com. I know what works for me and my blog, but her knowledge on blogging can be applied to any type of blog. She’s great and has a lot of resources on her site.

      I like your site! Feel free to contact me if you want any further advice or guidance 🙂

  10. Laura says:

    I’d love to be able to work from home completely, but I am not yet at the point where I can. Hopefully in the next few years I will be able to.

    Laura || http://www.thelifeoflaura.com.au

  11. I’ve been working from home now for over a year and I absolutely love it! These are all amazing opportunities to do so yourself. 🙂
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  12. Susan Minich says:

    I have a Young Living Business. I think that if you want to do an MLM, you have to love the product, but it totally is possible! I also think, if I didn’t really want to help people, and set up a time to do the work that I need to get done, I wouldn’t be as successful as I am. Working from home is hard, because you have to manage your time well.

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Yeah, I wouldn’t ever think about representing a product on here I don’t like or believe in let alone operate an MLM. I think there’s two sides to every coin. I have issues focusing when I’m at home, but I’ve learned that if I just make myself start it gets a lot easier. Some people honestly do better in a 9 to 5 and really enjoy it.

  13. I have an obsession with Young Living. Great post. Thanks for sharing!

  14. selam says:

    wow, the array of options and detailed explanations was really well researched and explained! i’m definitely one of the people who are quite sceptical of MLM’s simply because i have heard and know of a lot of people who have lost a lot of money through them 🙁 but you may have just changed my mind about them. I knew from an early age the standard 9-5 desk job wasn’t for me, lol. Im actually working towards being a part time health coach so thanks for the details on that one i’ll be looking into them.

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Best of luck! I hope you have great results. I’ve heard great things from multiple people about all the ones mentioned below and their best advice was to concentrate on only one or two and that you get what you put into it.

  15. I can’t get over how many amazing ideas are in this list! You really did amazing research when it came to putting together this post. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Thank you so much! That means the world to me. I’m very passionate about helping people create the lives they want 🙂

  16. These are good ideas. I love blogging and hopefully it can be a success too.
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  17. Julia says:

    Thank you! Great ideas! I always see posts like this but none of them are truly helpful like this one was.

  18. Jecca says:

    I’m one of those chronically ill people who can’t work a regular 9-5 without more accomodations than most employers are able to give. I’ve found a niche with art, blogging, and content writing that, while it won’t make me rich, helps me keep it together!

    • awaitressnomore says:

      That is so great! I wish you luck with whatever illness you’re dealing with and, while I can’t understand your unique situation, I totally understand how hard chronic pain can be. I’m so hyped that you found something that works for you. I’d love to see some of your art!

  19. Thanks so much for introducing me to Yoga by Candace!!! I was just thinking of yoga certification, would be nice to be able to earn money doing something you love.

    • awaitressnomore says:

      You’re so welcome. So good to hear I introduced you to something! You should definitely go for it. Go where your gut tells you to go. Mine told me to get my pt cert so I can learn how to train myself better and I hope to help others along the way. I could get in my head and think of all the personal trainers there are out there and how hard it is, but I feel like I’m taking the path I’m supposed to take 🙂

  20. Enele Ogah says:

    This is very apt!!!
    Thanks for sharing this!!!

  21. blognerd says:

    That’s a detailed list. I had no idea there are so many ways to earn while working from home. My kind of life…:-)
    Thanks for sharing.

  22. Emily Leary says:

    What an interesting list of possibilities for anyone looking for a job working from home. I left a 12 year career in digital marketing to write about food, travel and lifestyle full time. So while blogging takes up a lot of my time, I’m also a freelance columnist, producing content for mainstream media. It was a big step to take but I’m loving every minute of it so like you, my advice to others is ‘go for it’!

    • awaitressnomore says:

      Hi Emily,

      Thanks so much. I totally agree. If that’s the life you want you gotta carve it out for yourself!

  23. A very informative piece for people like me, who want to work but are equally lethargic…..lolz
    a very goood post though.
    thanks for sharing.
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