I was hit by a major financial situation months ago and had debts caused by my husband. He had an irregular and unstable job from the first day we got married. Who would have thought that a man can still be extremely irresponsible even after having two children? Any sensible man would aim to work hard to feed his family, but mine is indescribable. With my current office job, I only had $50 left the day after I got my paycheck every month. I was financing my home mortgage, utility bills, my daughter’s school fees, and the children’s daily needs. The worst, I was financing my husband!
My sleepless night led me to explore the internet on how I could earn more money to keep my family afloat. It is natural to be a mother, I want the best for my children. I want them to go to good schools and have all the things my parents couldn’t buy me when I was young. I skipped lunch to research internet business. I read many success stories of people who changed their lives after venturing into networking business and I thought they were scams.
Then, I stumbled upon the Internet article Rags to Riches and heck, I was a rag at the time. Skeptical as anyone would be, I didn’t think much of it. In my desperate moment weeks after that, I decided to jump at the chance. I was waiting for a miracle that would never happen then. I was desperate. I was desperate.
Looking back I feel a sense of relief, life has changed for me now. I no longer need to work eight to twelve hour days and deal with difficult and demanding bosses and political colleagues. I no longer have to sacrifice my vacation or sick leave to finish my work from home job to send bosses deadlines that I never get any credit for. Most importantly, I no longer face financial difficulties. I no longer have the banks calling me on my cell phone for debts. I no longer skimped on my expenses to meet the needs of my children. Now I was earning much more money than in my usual office job. I work four hours a day and can choose to work anytime I want. Best of all, I get to spend more time with my 10-month-old son and 5-year-old daughter. I no longer have a temper when I got irritated with my kids over trivial issues (she was depressed and overstressed). I can afford to send my daughter to a good school and attend enrichment programs that I couldn’t afford then. I feel satisfied. I can breathe better now.
A traditional business would need at least $10,000 of capital. I invested less than $100 to start my home business. All I need is a computer and internet connection.
If once a desperate and broke person like me can pull this off, I think anyone else can too.