Ok, ignore all the spam that was posted before this.
I absolutely do have advice about working from home.
You have a couple of options, you can try to work for a website, or even go back to your previous career and try to telecomute. You could market something you're good at, like consulting, or event planning. You can find a reputable MLM business opportunity, or you could try the "stuffing envelopes" type business where you assemble products, or process paperwork and they pay you for each item that is completed.
I'd tell you what I do but I'm not allowed.
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I just started posting on the Work-At-Home boards and was browsing around, and I wanted to let you know about what I do. I've been doing medical transcription for 3-1/2 years, and this is definitely a legitimate work-at-home career. BUT, there are definitely "companies" out there that will try to tell you that it can be done without training, and this is most likely never the case.
Anyway, let me know if you would like any more information about this as an option too. :) My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org .
Val---work-at-home mom of two boys
Just so you know, there's no such thing as a "legitimate MLM"--which is kind of why the previous poster isn't allowed to tell you about it.
Or rather, she *could* tell you about it, but she's not willing to pay iVillage their rightful advertising fees, like legitimate businesses do.
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