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2/17-3/2: Mother, Age 26-36, Struggling to earn good income?hide this posting
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Being a mother is hard enough... being a mother and provider is even more stress, not to mention if you are the only parent in the household.
A mother's first priority is her family and when they are not doing so well, everything stops. The first major impact to the family is the delay of income.
Believe me, I still bring my children to work with me or cancel my appointments at times.
I am a single mother of two that explored many options to meeting bills at the end of the month and often skipped meals to ensure there was enough food for the children to eat.
I have tried many work from home opportunities, yet those businesses still required me to work a set schedule and of course I still had to find daycare.
My only option than was working overnight from home while the children were sleep. Until one day my daughter woke up from being sick and cried ever so loud in my background. It took me forever to get her back to sleep and of course I was let go from the job.
One day a gentleman reached out to me, he received my information from a job board ,and asked me if I was open to a business opportunity. At this point in my life, I had no other option for means of income. He introduced me to a real estate community that educated me on wealth building and using my time to make thousands instead of hundreds of dollars.
I already had an interest in real estate, yet that dream seemed impossible due to my lack of daycare. Yet with this community I now make my monthly expenses from only one sale per month. I'm now exploring passive income so I can sleep with the children and get paid at the same time.
Every different level of income will bring some form of stress to your life. However; it feels much better to stress about my debts getting paid, my children having the needed money for care, and me being able to go to sleep at night with my family.