What is the best way for a stay at home mom to make money?
Adnaced Mathemetcis tutor or advance linguistics tutor. Either job pays about $40 an hour and if it is really advanced the tutor can charge up to $100 an hour.
I suggest writing for hire online. There are deadlines for most projects but it is very easy to work on these when you have a schedule that is filled with unknown variables - like a mother. Find the assignments on writing sites, work on them in your spare moments, most pay within a few days of completion. I have been doing this for about a year now and find I can make quite a bit of money while working on my schedule.
If you don't want to sit on a computer all day, you could run an at home daycare with just a few kids. My mom did this when my brother and I were little. It worked out wonderful because she could stay at home and watch us, make money, and we had other kids to play with!
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