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HI. Does nayone know of a way I can make extras money without taking on another Fulltime Job? I work overnights and we are really tight on money so I need to figure out a way. Thanks

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  1. #1
    Jolene
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    HI. Does nayone know of a way I can make extras money without taking on

    another Fulltime Job? I work overnights and we are really tight on

    money so I need to figure out a way. Thanks








  2. #2
    Mindy Chemacki
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    Join AVON! It's only $10 to join and you receive guaranteed earnings of 50%

    during your first four campaigns when you submit your orders online.



    God Bless,

    Mindy Chemacki

    Your Unit Leader:Recruiter/Trainer, President's Club Member, E- Rep, &

    Independent Avon Certified Beauty Advisor






  3. #3
    Amber MOM 2 Eight
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    Unless you are your own best customer... and you over spend ever order. plus it cost me 20.00 to join....

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  4. #4
    herberkids3
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    I've had some good luck with Treasure Trooper without doing much

    actual "work", but it's not guaranteed income, either. One month, I

    made $2.50 myself, while my referrals made me about $30 more, so I got

    a $32.50 check. Then last month, between me and my referrals, I will be

    getting a check for $110.55. It can go either way, but for the little

    amount of work required to use it, it might be worth looking into. I

    don't spend more than maybe an hour a week doing it.







    And here is a website that helps with tips on how to earn easier money

    there, even without a credit card. After I read through it, I went from

    having earned $29.20 over 5 months, to earning $36.25 in one month. By

    earning, I mean just me. My checks have come out to almost $500 over 6

    months (7 counting April), though.



    http://www.treasuretroopertips.com/



    You can sign up with your regular email address- it won't spam you

    there. But when you complete offers, use a different email address,

    because you WILL get spam with the offers. You can do free offers,

    offers that are free trials, offers that you pay shipping or a small

    trial fee for (usually, you get paid more than you pay out), or offers

    where you buy stuff. If you shop online, you can earn a % back if you

    go through their links (they have a LONG list, including places like

    Best Buy, & Walmart).







    I also second using Avon. It's so cheap to sign up with, and you don't

    have to buy the product. You just place the order, and earn money off

    it. Simply leave books lying out at work, laundry mats, etc. Print

    fliers up and post them places like college campuses, grocery stores,


    etc. Avon also doesn't take up a lot of your time. You don't have to do

    home parties, you don't have to go to seminars, etc, like Mary Kay. You

    just take down the order when it comes in, collect the money, place the

    order, and deliver the order (or, sometimes people will have it shipped

    directly to them). You can also get a website through it to sell online.







    Getting a 2nd job might be helpful, but honestly, if it wears you out,

    it can make things worse.



    Do you have a talent you can use? Sewing, gardening, crafts, web

    design, etc, that you could market with some fliers?

  5. #5
    ozi_nut
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    Hi Jolene,



    Depends on how much money you want to make and how much time you have

    depends on what you can do...



    some suggestions would be



    Ebay (declutter the house and sell off stuff)

    Mow some lawns

    Take in ironing or mending if you can sew

    Babysitting

    Cooking meals for people that are short on time (proffesionals etc)



    I can't think of anything else at this moment I don't know how many

    hours you work now and being a night shift worker does take it's toll

    on you!



    Shay





























    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Jolene" <jolenegreen@...> wrote:

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    > HI. Does nayone know of a way I can make extras money without

    taking on

    > another Fulltime Job? I work overnights and we are really tight on

    > money so I need to figure out a way. Thanks

    >










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    Herlean
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    Do you still have to buy your own catalogs and samples? I sold Avon years ago. Herlean

    Amber MOM 2 Eight <wife_of_abdias@yahoo.com> wrote: Unless you are your own best customer... and you over spend ever order. plus it cost me 20.00 to join....

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    Maja Drouin
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    If you guys like jerky meat snack then Jerky Direct is a also a great way to make extra bucks, the jerky is sooo good, and contains no added additives, its USDA approved all natural and organic and comes in so many flavors. Heres a website if you want to look into it www.zesty.jerkydirect.com

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    Rhonda
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    Bills or Food,Jobs,Welfare.....been there done that I'm sure sometime I will be there again.You never know what will happen. I have had jobs,been homeless with child and pregnant...young dumb and in love...ya know how it goes. I had a job I loved and was lucky enough to find after my divorce,payed 7$ an hour I'm in Oklahoma. I also worked in home health for 8$ hour basicly I went and cleaned housed and maybe ran an errand or 2,no certification required and worked at a mom and pop sewing shop for 6$.an hour. None of them was full time. I dont know how I did it. My daughter was a teenager and we had troubles! she felt abondened and acted out severly. You can try to explain to your children you have to do this and that to keep a roof over your heads but in the end they only want you time. I got a job with a cable company that paid better with any overtime I wanted. I hated it with a passion!!
    I got bit@#y,sick more, when I was off I partied more..drank...my teenage daughter still felt abondened and ignored,we went to counseling 2times a week.
    Sometimes no matter what you do things suck. You try to choose the lesser of 2 evils and hope you wont end up in hell. I found a loving man we married I told him I couldnt take that job anymore so he said quit, he could tell I wasnt happy. my daughter is a wife and mother who just bought thier first house. We talk on the phone everyday spend at least 2days a week out doing things thrift storing taking lil one to the park. I started my own business I sell cotton candy!! lol long story how that started. I make more in a weekend then I did working all week at a job I hated. Its not easy but enjoyable to me. Have you thought of selling something at your local fleamarkets?? craft show. you do have to pay for booth rents but you decide if you want to do that show or not maybe you could get another mom who is struggeling and would like to give it a go. Hand make things sell
    better then mass made stuff. I noticed that pet items go very well....one craft show I was at sold a doggie bed for 175.$ looked like one of those lil brass doll beds all did up with tiger print material...what do I know tho. Dog collars cloths treats..they all seemed to be selling well,also personalized items for babys children or grandparents. fall and christmas are the most profitable times for those. I went the long way around I know but things will work themselves out,maybe not how we want it but how its meant to be. You'll look back and say well If I hadnt went down that path I wouldnt of got here.
    oh yeah. does your husband have any car parts laying around? My husband is into drag racing and he sold some car parts carbs,rims piston rings...etc on ebay and made about 1200 that month he was suprised. I was to, I never made that much on ebay. Just make sure he doesnt turn around and spend it again...mine did but thats ok he was looking for money to build a different car and I suggested it to him and now he thinks I'm a genius..... If you need immediate cash garage sales are good.

    Rhonda





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  9. #9
    judy
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    Avon cost me more in catalogs and samples than I made. I didn't do this very long.



  10. #10
    Kristin Keller
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    Has anyone talked about AVON? I just signed up and my first order made me a little over 200 dollars, that is for 2 weeks. I am so excited!!! Kristin





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    Herlean
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    Exactly. Herlean

    judy <firebird939@chartermi.net> wrote: Avon cost me more in catalogs and samples than I made. I didn't do this very long.


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  12. #12
    Mindy Chemacki
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    I have been selling for a little over a year. There are two
    basic keys:

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    bold;">Buy no less than 100 books each campaign ($19)
    Label them and
    get them out regularly every campaign. Lesser quantities are too expensive. The
    cheapest books come when you order 300 or more books. After about 6
    campaigns, you should have enough orders that the books pay for themselves.
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    bold;">Do not become your best and only customer
    . You need to be
    certain that you consider all expenses before attempting to spend your
    profits. It is amazing to me to hear how some people claim that they aren’t
    making money even when they have huge orders. After some probing, it’s not
    uncommon to find that the rep has $300 with $150 being their personal shopping.


    Personally, I don’t make out
    my own personal order until I have all my customer orders in for the campaign. I
    calculate my earnings, subtract my business expenses, and then shop if I need
    to. I never spend more than I earn because my husband has been concerned that AVON would cost us more money. I have proven to him that
    at best it’s benign but I have made a fair amount of money. Not only do
    you make good money from sales when you are disciplined but you can make
    stellar money when you participate in their MLM opportunity called leadership.
    Currently, AVON is offering incentives for new
    people where you could earn $580 if you pursue this career path. Residents of Central Ohio can receive training directly from me. Contact
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    Kelly Stull
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    I think Avon would be good if ya live in town, but for

    me, I live about half hour from nearest town. At first

    Avon was good money maker but when ya have to start

    buyin the books and samples, that is the killer for

    the profits. After everyone gets what they need, then

    ya have to just keep finding new customers. With the

    gas prices to look at also, It wasn't worth it for me.

    But good luck with it.

    Later,

    Kelly



    --- Kristin Keller <kmkluvs2scrap@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > Has anyone talked about AVON? I just signed up and

    > my first order made me a little over 200 dollars,

    > that is for 2 weeks.

    > I am so excited!!!

    > Kristin






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    Carrie Zalenski
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    I loved Avon when I did it. I did Avon for alittle

    over 5 years. I was in Honor Society and loved it.

    The good thing about Avon is it sells itself all you

    need is a book handy. Congratualations on the

    profits. It's a great company. I was in leadership

    with 20 people in my downline.

    When you get going in it leadership is the way to go.



    Carrie



    --- Kelly Stull <kstull2000@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > I think Avon would be good if ya live in town, but

    > for

    > me, I live about half hour from nearest town. At

    > first

    > Avon was good money maker but when ya have to start

    > buyin the books and samples, that is the killer for

    > the profits. After everyone gets what they need,

    > then

    > ya have to just keep finding new customers. With the

    > gas prices to look at also, It wasn't worth it for

    > me.

    > But good luck with it.

    > Later,

    > Kelly

    >

    > --- Kristin Keller <kmkluvs2scrap@yahoo.com> wrote:

    >

    > > Has anyone talked about AVON? I just signed up and

    > > my first order made me a little over 200 dollars,

    > > that is for 2 weeks.

    > > I am so excited!!!

    > > Kristin

    >





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    Catherine Cushing
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    I can try to help you here. I own a "scrapbooking for others" small home biz that has slowed down due to my "procastination disease". There is a very good yahoogroup for it. Just enter the search word "scrapbooking 4 others", it is moderated for approval, but once you get in, there is a great community there. I've created various "page kits" and sold them on Ebay from anywhere from $2-$15 depending on who intricate they are. But Ebay has slowed down quite a bitsince the holidays.I've also tried a year of local craft shows/fairs (in 4 shows I made about $450 minus the fees to purchase a spot/booth). And I've sold a few hand made greeting cards for $2-5 each (Borders carriers some simple ones selling for $6.95 each) as well as full premade 6x6 albums with new baby, seasons, and alphabet motiff's. Now scrapbooking for others comes from the idea
    of completely doing someone elses album for them. There are a lot of people who are collecting photos and just don't have the time to put them in an album. You can come in and offer this service. You pretty much meet with them to discuss how many pictures, how they want them organized, have them write down their own ideas and comments to the pics which they can either handwrite themselves later or you can do if your hand writing is good or print out on computer. You can price per page (one side, both sides) or as a combined amount (10 page, 20 page, etc). I've seen more established scrapbookers charge up to $350-$1500 for a complete 12x12, 10 page album. A new area I've seen open up is wedding albums. So many people not only want the pictures in them, but they want the emblishments and thoughts/comments added to it. I've seen these shoot up to the thousand dollar range. Then there are also the added areas like just sorting the photographs and putting them in boxes as well as scanning the pics and burning them on discs. Scrapbooking is endless just because memories are always being made. Your only limited by procrastination (like me). Some people actually have full blown sales web sites. You set up a simple one with Homestead and just have your clients call you to order all the way to sitesthey can order directly from. You process the payment, package up the product and send it to them. Then there are many others, as you say they are asking you about, just good old "word of mouth". As if this response isn't long enough...if you have anymore questions, you can contact me privately. I'm not an expert, just some experience. Good luck, and go for it!!! Catherine


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