Families with young children often make the decision to have one parent stay home, at least while the kids are smaller. Often this makes economical sense, especially if you live in an area where day care costs are astronomical and you have two or more children that will attend day care.
However, living on one income can be a challenge. To help ease that burden, the stay at home parent might want to consider working 10 to 15 hours from home to make a grand per month. The grand per month can make the difference between a budget that is excruciatingly tight and one that has a little wiggle room.
I know, you’re wondering how you can find time to work when you’re busy with children. If you’re creative, it can be done with minimal stress on your part. Consider the following strategies:
1. Trade babysitting with another stay at
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