Ever wish you could contribute to the family coffers while staying at home with the kids?
It doesn’t have to be a pipe dream. Imagine this . . .
You wake up in the morning and feed the kids breakfast. Get the older ones off to school and spend some quality time with the little ones, playing and doing chores. Then, when nap time rolls around, you sit down at the computer and discover . . .
You have money in your bank account!
How awesome would that be? I can tell you first hand that it’s an amazing feeling to work from home. It’s not always easy, but the biggest advantage of freelance writing is that you get to decide how much you work. There’s no boss demanding overtime or refusing time off when your kid is having a bad day. It’s just you, deciding when and where you’ll work.
I’ve been freelance writing for over a decade and it only took me a few months to get to the point where I was making enough that my husband could quit his thankless teaching job. We don’t live a lavish lifestyle. My kids are homeschooled, so I spend most of the day with them. We don’t have a fancy car or live in a mansion, but what we have is FREEDOM.
How much time are you willing to put in to have freedom? Freedom to:
- Hit the park with the kids whenever you want
- Take your family out to dinner just because (without stressing about money!)
- Buy your special someone a little gift without asking for money
- Hit the grocery store and pick up that tea you always enjoy, but can’t justify buying because it’s a buck more than the regular stuff
Sounds good right? Well, it IS good.