Alana Rose wrote:(I actually gave a lot of things away for free on OfferUp, so that I could get a lot of high star ratings so buyers could trust me and want to purchase the things I was selling. It worked.
Alana Rose wrote:- Beyond Organic (I really enjoyed Jordan Rubin’s book, The Maker’s Diet, and felt like I liked the educational aspect teaching people to go back to eating whole non-GMO organic food. I felt confident selling *better than organic products, that I believed in, including raw cheese, to the public. This company merged with another one who I didn’t feel like was giving full-disclosure about their products and I was continuing to pursue teaching, so that ended.)
Rebecca Blake wrote: I'm laughing at the fact I just read this, as I just discovered The Maker's Diet on my mom's table a few hours ago!
I panned through it, didn't seem like it had much new knowledge for me so I'll pass.
Y'all sure have tried more than me and have lots more ideas than I could come up with. Granted I graduated college just 3 years ago so I haven't had much time to experiment. Little did I know my college days would had been the best for experimenting rather than now as a mother :(
Alana, if you have a lot of teaching expertise and experience you may be able to find success on outschool.com. It's not quite residual but it's something that is good to know about if push comes to shove. On there you get paid by parents directly to provide their children with a video lesson. Sounds like you're busy enough with a full time job, just thought I'd share!
Alana Rose wrote: Thanks for this suggestion! I will check it out. I actually quit my full-time job over a year ago to serve full-time volunteering in Mexico. Now that my savings account has dwindled, I’m looking at other income options, so I that can be more like Gert https://permies.com/t/gert and less like Ferd.
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