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Originally posted by Shandusky@Jun 24 2005, 12:20 AM I sift through looking for hopefull possibilities that don't require alot of investment up front.. but that look promising for stay at home opportunities.
Just nothing looks like it would fit.. there's so little time with a baby when your home with them. =/
I COMPLETELY AGREE!
I have been searching and searching for a SAHJ and have yet to find one where you dont have to invest a certain amount of money in...
So.. i have decided to start my own e-buisiness i dont know how well it will work but i am willing to take the risk! I would rather risk money in MY OWN buisiness then give some one else money for some thing that doesnt work out
We used to have a lot more members on this board, in fact, it used to be one of our busiest forums.
As far as home businesses, there are tons of them and most of them have very low start up costs. I don't think investing a hundred dollars is much to invest especially considering that you usually get a lot of resellable items in the start up kits. I have made money at more than one direct sales company. The main reason I am not working with one now is not because of money but because of how much time Justmommies takes. I tried to do both and I just couldn't handle doing both. But I did get customers rather quickly when I was selling UBB and had a couple team members underneath me when I quit. I only did this for a couple months so I don't think it was too bad.
Some companies that I know are low start up are Usborne (they had a special start up kit for $29 not too long ago) , Arbonne (I think its around 35 dollars to sign up) , UBB (unique baby boutique, around 99 bucks and you can split up the payments), Avon only costs ten dollars to get started in, and there are many more. I think that is a low cost investment and certainly worth trying. You really don't have a lot to lose for trying it. Just my thoughts, and I have nothing vested in this since I am not doing any of these companies.