Many homeschool/stay-at-home moms want to earn a little money on the side to help out financially or to provide some extras that just aren’t in the family budget. Just as many moms get stuck on what type of business to start and how to start it. Molly to the rescue! Normally, Molly’s Money-Saving Digests focus on ways to save money, but this issue focuses on ways to make money instead. Since I’m co-owner of a small business and work part-time from home in addition to homeschooling, these thoughts are near and dear to my heart. Molly interviews several adults and teens who have successful home businesses; you can learn from their thoughts and ideas.
If your young entrepreneurs want to make some extra money this summer, Molly’s got a whole section just for them! She has age-appropriate ideas, a list of things to do, how to advertise, and helpful links.
The fun, summertime extras included in this month’s digest include a rainbow salad and other unique summer salads, little-known holidays to celebrate, printable forms to help you decide what kind of home-based business is best for you (or your teen), directions on making decorative tassels, a mouth-watering menu for a week (including the shopping list), creative up-cycling projects, and more.
Check out Molly’s Econobusters website for more great money-saving tips. You can also join Molly’s special members’-only site for even more articles, ideas, and freebies. It’s only $3.95/month for a subscription, less than the $4.95 for just the digest!
Click your way over to The Old Schoolhouse Store to purchase Home Sweet Home (Business), Molly’s June 2010 Money-Saving Digest.
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