Being a parent is a full-time job. However, it does not come with a full-time paycheck. Therefore, it can be difficult for families to rely on one source of income to make ends meet.
With today’s modern world and its technology, passive income is an easy, accessible source of an income anyone could achieve.
What is so flexible about making money online from home (Passive Income) is that it keeps operating while you are asleep, cleaning the house or even playing with your kids.
Today I’m going to share with you 5 of the best ways if you are a stay -at- home parent to make extra cash.
A quick reminder that those ways are not get rich over night scheme. They require one of the three. Money, time, effort or all of them.
The bottom line is this: a regular salary is predictable, while online work is unpredictable, unstable, BUT highly profitable.
5 ways a stay at home parent could make passive income
And twice again blogging is #1 on the list, because it is one of the most flexible jobs you can have, and the earning potential is limitless!
Blogging is one of my Favorited forms of passive income. I make money just for people reading my articles from ads, so if you’re reading this article, thank you :-).
When you get a nice amount of people reading your articles, it brings in a nice income.
I can assure you; I did not write this article today and yet I’m making money from it.
Possible money earnt? I know bloggers making between $1,000-$110,000+ per MONTH.
Selling baked goods
Working parents are busy with little to no extra time. They don’t have the time to make cupcakes or a birthday cake for school parties.
That’s were the money comes in by making other busy-working parents lives easier.
If you can’t create delicious baked goods, they are plenty of videos online, books or courses to learn from. Use social media to promote and tell others about your delicious cupcakes.
Watch other people’s kids
This one is popular especially with big families. Watching other kids along with your own is a good way to earn money and make kids socially happy.
Pay varies widely based on how many kids, the area you live in plus for how long, but babysitters usually make up to $10 an hour.
One thing game developers need is to test games before their launch, which means as a stay at home parent you could make money playing video games.
It is hard to ‘beta test’ your own games, companies hire people to give feedback about the game, which they get paid for.
Who nowadays doesn’t have socials or at least some sort of connection they can run to promote their products online?
You can work remotely managing the social media of large companies, who don’t know how platforms fully operate.