It is my pleasure to present this app to you. It has been given from the heart in hopes that you find a better way of raising your family by working from home.
The content within does not intend to hold the right answer for your situation or abilities, but to assist you on the journey of discovering whether working from home might be economically viable for you while alerting you to a handful of the amazing possibilities.
Some of the work I've done from home are: transcription, web page design, online course creator, desktop publisher, report writer, researcher, blogger, and (published) author.
I also painted custom home décor and roadside signs; raised Great Danes; hunted for, refinished and sold antiques on eBay. Those are the things I did for money, there were other things I did to save money. Saving money will be as important to your success as a work at home mom as what you do to earn that money.
Just one thing before you start into the app...As long as you have the desire, there is work online for anyone. Even if you aren't particularly skilled yet, even if you don't have much confidence in your abilities, even if you haven't decided what you want to work at...there is work for you.
Look at the image on the next page (inside the app). Every word or grouping of words represents currently available freelance job opportunities. These are called 'tags'. Tags are assigned to jobs that need to be performed. The larger size tags hold more jobs. There are so many tags that I couldn't even fit them on the page below.
Some of these aren't for every mom as they require certain skills such as programming in HTML or C++. However, many of them are within everyone's ability without much of a stretch.
- You can make money following a bunch of links supplied by a business manager and leaving short comments on other people's websites.
- You can earn money by clicking a button on those links (a Facebook LIKE button for instance).
- You can earn even more by rewriting articles that a manager supplies to you – you just rework the article into your own words.
- Post ads on Craigslist.
- Play a game and report back on the experience or bugs.
- Create social networking profiles.
- Watch YouTube videos.
...and many more variations of assignments!
These are all tasks you can do from your laptop, at the dining room table, while your child colors beside you.
The work is legitimate, the money is collected and paid to you by a third party (so you have almost no chance of being cheated out of your set amount) and the pay is great for many of the assignments.
I'll show you (inside) one of my personal secrets. You won't find many online marketers talking about it because this is where successful online business owners post real work at great rates.
Whenever I need a little extra cash and I haven't decided what to write about next, I still reference that website for work.
Read the rest of this introduction plus many more tips on staying home while making money from within the free Work At Home Mom app.
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I'd say that most of the tasks you are able to complete are free, but there are some that involve getting money back following a purchase or after using your credit card to enroll in a free trial somewhere. Here is one example of a paid trial offer I completed: I signed up for a free trial to Blockbuster (similar to Netflix where they send people DVDs in the mail) and received $11 for it. I canceled my subscription right before the free 30-day trial ended.
There are other tasks that are much smaller and pay less - for example, I signed up for a free sample of detergent and received $0.50. Everything adds up. I use an e-mail address for doing these offers that's not my main e-mail address. Essentially, you're giving out your contact information for cash with these offers, so you can expect you'll receive a large amount of e-mail advertisements.
I like CFWAH, because you can earn cash by performing these simple tasks while you're watching TV.
The Big Money is in Referring Other Members
You can do offers and surveys until you are blue in the face, but there's obviously a limit to how many you can do within a short time period. There are people that do make $100-200 per month just by performing the various tasks available.
The big money is with referrals, however. The referral program is pretty good. When you start out (and have no referrals), you earn 20% of what people you refer make (1st tier), and you earn 10% of anything their referrals make (2nd tier). As you work your way up, these percentages gradually rise to 30% (1st tier) and 20% (2nd tier).
Naturally, the individuals you refer must use the Cash From Working At Home app/site for what it is intended for. If you simply refer a bunch of people you know and they create accounts but don't do any offers or surveys, you aren't really going to earn anything.
After your account balance reaches $20, CFWAH sends you your check the next month. After at least one check payment has been deposited, you will have the option to switch to being paid with PayPal.
This site will not make you rich, however this is another great tool to add to your collection of online income resources.
For those who have a blog, website or social networking account which has anything to do with earning money, saving money, or personal finance, it might be worth introducing CFWAH to your readers as a way to get some referrals.
How much can you make?
What you make is dependent on the time you devote to it, but I'm making about $14 per hour doing surveys.
Most surveys are between 25 to 50 cents, but there are generally ones in the $1 - $2 range too.
Usually, completing one survey takes around 5 minutes.
Does WAHO scam you? No!
It comes down to this: WAHO gets paid a certain amount of money for each legit offer you finish.
They must earn good cash since they are able to stay in business for so many years.
From this cash they make, they give their members a portion of it as well. If they'd been ripping people off, they would lose a lot of of their members and they'd have to go out of business.
Why do they give away money?
The important thing to be aware of is they aren't GIVING away money. You happen to be earning it. For every form you complete, they are paid an amount by their advertisers. From that amount, a % of it is placed in your earnings.
Do You Need A Credit Card To Make Money With WAHO?
You will find some offers that will require a credit card, they are totally optional and frequently will not cost you a dime if you cancel before the free trial runs outon them.
Despite the fact that there are several offers which require a credit card, there are so many more that don't.
One of the main facts which prove that not all offers require a credit card is that they allow people to join who are ages 13 and older.
Just sort the offers by the 100% free category inside the offers section and you can see all of the surveys which require nothing more than your personal information.
Right now you can get paid for these type of offers:
Offers: In which you earn money from trial offers, installs and such
Surveys: In which you earn cash for completing free surveys
Top Surveys: Higher payouts per survey
Referrals: Whenever you refer new members, you'll get a 20% - 30% referral commission of everything they make for life
Videos: You get paid to watch Videos
Cash Tasks: Pays you to complete different tasks
In addition you can play online games and earn points that you'll exchange for gift cards at a large number of stores like iTunes, Amazon, Target and many others.
WAHO is a wonderful website that lets you earn money for performing very simple work. It's possible to make an extra $500 a month by simply working a few hours a week.
Started by an Aussie Work at Home Mum, there is tonnes of resources here for the environmentally conscious family.
Now with the Eco Mum app it gives you access to remedies, our forum, online store, blog and tonnes of resources - right at your fingertips!
- Access natural remedies for all sorts of problems!
- Read our in-depth blog with recipes, herbal and home remedies, myth busting and product reviews.
- Listen and follow along to meditation music
- Access our friendly forum, right from your phone!
- Purchase from our all natural product range for Mums, bubs and families including handmade wooden toys and nappy rash balms!
You will have recipes for just about every notable Nigerian Soup / dish you can think of that can make you a super Nigerian Chef!
Over 24 beautiful dishes you don't ever want to miss! With Mama Chef - Cooks and Soups, the dishes are just a touch away!
Adalu (Beans & Corn)
Asaro (Yam Porridge)
Beans (Regular & Ewa Aganyin)
Dun Dun Oniyeri (Yamarita)
Efo-Riro (Vegetable Stew)
Frejon (Coconut Bean Dish)
Ikokore (Water Yam Pottage)
Ila-Asepo (Okra Soup)
Ila Asepo (Version 2)
Nigerian Fish Soup (Obe Eja)
and over 10 more beautiful recipes to keep you in touch with
Nigerian soups and cooking endlessly...
Highly improved user interface and presentation, all thanks to the people who bought the first version of Mama Chef, very encouraging.
No need to download anything from the internet, all recipes are fully built into your phone once installed!
No Ads, never, at least for this version.
30Second Mom features a diverse - and growing! - range of categories and an international panel of diverse contributors who share their tips on everything from food, health and money to home, travel, beauty and more. This is the place where mobile moms come to "stay in the know while on the go!"
So, here we have the recipe collection from the book but with the additional benefit of being able to build the recipe list further as anyone may request me to add further recipes, if I have cooked something you liked.
So several sections:
These are recipies I use, not necessarily all ethnically authentic, just noted down the way I do them.
Have a look and keep if you like or don't if not.
In the culinary category there are also two basic classes of people as I see it: the Bakers and the Cooks. Baking is a very precise science. Flour, sugar, salt, baking powder, soda, milk, buttermilk, flavorings, shortening, oil, butter or other ingredients are used in a variety of ways in baked goods recipes, but they interact with each other in very specific ways. Measurements have to be precise or it's disasterville in the kitchen.
Commercial bakers even weigh their ingredients to assure they're using just the right amount. Cookbooks have recipes that are tested and re-tested until the directions shown, if followed, will result in a tasty dish. There is very little room for personal variations unless the baker has a great deal of experience. When we see a famous chef on TV appearing to simply mix in this and that in a somewhat carefree manner, it's just because he or she has put in a great deal of time learning basic measurements and techniques that yield that mouth-watering masterpiece.
When you're looking for something quick, easy, and yummy to prepare as a breakfast treat you can never go wrong with a quick bread. A quick bread doesn't require yeast. Instead it uses other leaveners such as baking...
While various baking powders were sold in the first half of the 19th century, our modern variants were discovered by Alfred Bird in 184August Oetker, a German pharmacist, made baking powder very popular when he began selling his mixture to housewives. The recipe he created in 1891 is still sold as Backin in Germany. Oetker started the mass production of baking powder in 1898 and patented his technique in 1903.
It takes a lot of stuff to bake. There are all of the ingredients that make up the dishes. There are also all of the pots and pans and bowls that are necessary for different stages of baking. Lastly, there are the mixers and food processors and other technology that are either necessary or extremely helpful.
For those who aren’t sure what is needed, websites such as the one for the Food Network as well as other sites can tell you all the essential items. And finding baking supplies has never been easier. Many areas have large kitchen stores that stock all kinds of equipment and accessories. For everything else, websites like amazon.com and a few others will help you fill in the gaps. Even the local supermarket often has a lot of the baking supplies that are commonly used. Once you get all of the supplies, the baking can commence.
This application offers you practical recipes adapted to the food processor MYCOOK.
Described, step by step, you follow them now with the help of your smartphone or your tablet.
An alarm can be disabled or configured to suit the user.
Have tools to highlight your favorite recipes that will help you to quickly locate them.
Hope you like it!
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Before I was a stay at home mom, I worked as a Pension Plan Administrator. However, the moment I held our first baby girl in my arms, I knew my new calling was to stay at home and be a full-time mommy. It was more than eight years ago that I quit my job and took on the position of CEO – of our family. I’ve never looked back.
In November 2007, my husband and I decided to get completely out of debt. Part of that was to re-evaluate how we were spending our money and to work up a pretty strict and tight budget. As a result, I needed to do what I could to stretch our dollars. So, I started slowly with a few coupons and saving a few dollars a month.
I heard of these people who were spending very little on groceries. That made me want to really dig in and work hard to learn how to do this for our family.
In October 2008, I dove head first into learning how to really make the most out of our money. Since then, I have learned how to get stuff for FREE from various stores. I kept track of what I saved during 2009 and was thrilled to see that it added up to more than $5,000. All that saving came by using coupons and working deals — just like those I share on this blog. At that time, the resources I could find were rather limited. I thought that perhaps, I might be able to help other families not only in the KC metro area, but also around the country make the most of their budgets.
In January 2009, I started blogging so I could share what I had learned. Since that first post, I have shared not only deals and coupons, but also tips on how to get out debt, money saving tips and how to make the most with what you have!
Make Penny Pinchin’ Mom Work for You
Just like you, I love my family and I love finding ways to stretch our budget every month. I don’t believe in paying more than I have to for something and I do share coupons that help you save money on groceries. But your family’s financial health is too important to me to stop there. Wise living goes beyond coupons, so Penny Pinchin’ Mom does too.
• I don’t just post coupons, I created and maintain a coupon database for you.
• I give away free stuffall the time!
• I show you how to shop for the biggest savings.
• I share deals on Facebook and Twitter all day long so you never miss a sale.
• I offer menu plans and simple recipes .
• I teach you about money.
Anyone can clip a coupon, but it takes expertise to make the most out of your family’s budget. Here, you’ll find tips to help you eliminate debt and increase your savings. You’ll learn how to create and use a budget (It’s not as hard as you think, I promise) and much more.
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HOW IT WORKS
Just Recipes tracks the best food, cooking and recipe videos as they’re shared by hundreds of leading sources around the world, and organizes them into channels. Simply swipe through Just Recipes’ huge variety of channels and discover more amazing channels and more videos to enjoy anytime, anywhere.
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iRewardChart makes it easy to reward your children for good behavior and keep them motivated.
1. Type their name,
2. Select a few tasks from our list of suggestions, and
3. Reward their accomplishments with a single tap in the weekly chart
(* The sync-ing between devices recently launched on iOS, coming to Android soon)
When stars have been earned, your child can pick from the default list of suggested rewards, or you can setup your own custom rewards especially tailored for each of your children, like "$2 Pocket Money" or "One Hour Of TV".
Children love to feel responsible, challenged and respected. But most children don't like being told what to do... iRewardChart also allows you to set up abstract goals like "Patience" and "Sharing With Others", so rewards teach the virtues you want your child to learn.
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iRewardChart includes a backup and sync service, so that parents and children can share their chart across the devices. Our sync services is FREE to use, and uses Dropbox, which is also free.
"iRewardChart Lite" is a full featured free version with only the following limitations:
- It supports a maximum of one child.
- It supports a maximum of four tasks per week
Your comments, suggestions are most welcome. If there is an issue, please send us an email at email@example.com (than leaving us a bad review, in which case, we cannot reach you to resolve your problem)
This paid version contains no ads so there's more space to read our articles.