You know, I realize this title is a little deceptive. It should really be “for the WANNABE homesteader.” Though I think non-wannabe homesteaders would also benefit from doing this stuff. But in any case, now we’ve discussed the things I’m working on. Because really, once you are a homesteader, there’s a myriad of ways to earn your keep. I’ve heard a lot of people who say it can’t be done Continue reading →
I’ve been having quite a bit of fun making some income from home with being an Amazon seller. Partially because it is so simple and it takes exactly those things I hate doing out of the equation. This isn’t eBay, folks! But first, let me tell you a little history about me.
So last time I went over my thoughts on the general ideas of making income from home with internet marketing and then of course, Dan Brock and Chris Farrell. Now we’ll talk about some other things I’ve done that seemed to be working well, and I’ll discuss a few things I want to try but haven’t gotten around to yet. THIS IS A VERY LONG POST! Lol… sorry 🙂
Alright so the biggest thing I’ve been working on, and working on the most, has been different ways of making income from home using internet marketing. I started about a year & half ago, trying to figure out how to do this. It’s hard to differentiate between stuff that actually works and scams that are out there just in order to make a buck off you, the person trying to make a buck! There is REAL information out there, however. And the beauty of internet marketing is that it is often residual income – you set it up and let it go and it continues to make money with very little maintenance. I much prefer this method rather than trying to make money with Swagbucks or online surveys where you make a few dollars per hour. The beautiful thing about the residual income is that it frees up time, so when we are finally able to move out to the property, we can work at it as we have time and have as much time for homesteading projects as we want to. And many of those homesteading projects will make money as well! It’s win-win. So, here’s what I’ve tried so far.
Like I said in my previous post, I’ve been feeling this sense of urgency – I want to move to our property! I’m tired of paying landlords, I’m tired of my husband being gone most of the day, I’m tired of having to ask permission to do things in the yard, tired of being limited in space, tired of not having a milk cow… I’m tired of lots and lots of things! Especially in the realization that gardening here is pretty much impossible, which is going to be harder on me as time goes on.