4 Home Business Opportunities for Mompreneurs | Guest Post

Have you ever dreamed of starting an at-home business so you can bring in money while still caring for your littles? If so, we're pleased to introduce you to Well Parents who is here to encourage you to take that first step toward making your dream come true! Well Parents' overall mission is to encourage EVERY parent to be a Well Parent by taking time to focus on their personal, physical, and emotional health and offer support by sharing exercise ideas, healthy eating tips, stress-busters, helpful resources, and more! But today, Well Parents came straight to Wolfe Stew to share with you four at-home business ideas and offer guidance in setting up your very own LLC. So go on leaders, step out with Well Parents and start making your dreams come true!

Choose the business type of most interest to you or read on through:
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The internet evolution has presented humankind with lifetime opportunities that never existed in the 20th century. Thus the stay-at-home moms can now make money as they take care of their children. They can start lucrative businesses which they can run in the comfort of their homes. It allows them to earn some income while taking care of children. It explains why many women opt out of office-based employment to start and run their businesses online.

If you have a talent in any field, starting a business that utilizes the special skills you have is possible. As a mompreneur, you can sell stuff online, offer virtual assistant services and buy franchises. Also, consider starting a blog or writing business. Some moms engage in online product promotion activities including offering lessons online. You can also look at Wolfe Stew for incredible ideas that might become lucrative.

Thus online presents endless opportunities for stay-at-home moms with the passion or the right skill. The good thing about such online ventures is that it allows you to make money while taking care of the little ones. Also, it provides a perfect way for moms to enjoy the elusive work-to-life balance.

Here are some business models mompreneurs can look into.

Selling Products Online

Online marketplaces such as eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Aliexpress, etc. have provided stay-at-home moms an opportunity to buy and sell wares online. It entails picking up products in bulk and selling them in small quantities at a higher price.

It is possible to sell hundreds of items if you get experienced. Also, you can buy products from one market and sell them in another market at a profit. It all depends on your niche and the online name you have built for yourself.

Virtual Assistant

The Corona pandemic taught the world that certain jobs could be done from anywhere and remotely. So if you are a stay-at-home mom, you may offer a myriad of services on platforms such as Upwork at a fee.

Some of the jobs you may offer include taking calls, scheduling meetings via Zoom, responding to emails, and even explaining to clients how certain products work. You may also offer PA services such as ordering gifts and organizing travel. Also, a stay-at-home mom can offer VA services on online platforms such as PeoplePerHour at a fee.

Online Tutoring

If you have a skill that can be taught online, you have plenty of opportunities to pass it to people who want to use it. For instance, if you speak any foreign language, such as French, Spanish, German, or Portuguese, you can start an online business where you teach students foreign languages. You may also offer art, cooking, and music lessons online.

Home Staging

If you are knowledgeable in home design, you can offer online services to help people decorate their homes or offices for functions. Also, if you are skilled in interior design, you may help people change how their homes look at a fee.

Setting Up an LLC

But to make your business thrive, it is prudent that you form a limited liability company through which to trade. An LLC is easy to start and requires less paperwork. Also, it has limited liabilities meaning that your resources cannot be pursued in offsetting your company’s liabilities.

Also, LLC has numerous tax advantages so you will pay less tax and have more resources available for re-investment. The best way to form an LLC entails using a formation service or filling it. All you need to do is check the laws in your state and form a limited liability company. However, if you find the process complex, visit ZenBusiness to find the best formation company, or for simple steps on forming an LLC.

Indeed, there are plenty of ways the stay-at-home mothers can contribute to putting food on the table in their homes. They can work online, offer virtual assistant services or sell merchandise. Whatever business they choose, it must provide the convenience they need to attend to make money while attending to their children.

Before you go, we'd love to know:

  1. Which business model most intrigues you?
  2. Additional tips you'd care to share to help other mompreneurs out there.


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