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How to Become and Make Money as a Transcriptionist

Today I am featuring two wonderful SAHM’s who work from home as transcriptionists. They both have a lot of information for you to determine whether it is something you’d like to do, how to become one, and how to make money transcribing as well. Thank you so much Mandy and Michelle for sharing your wealth of

How to Become and Make Money as a Freelance Editor

Today’s Money-Making SAHM is a freelance editor named Rachael. Below she shares with you the pros and cons of editing, things to watch out for, how to be successful at it, and ultimately how to make money as a freelance editor. Welcome Rachael, Q. What inspired you to begin working? A.  I got my degree in

The Best Tuna Salad Recipe

I never knew that tuna fish could taste so good.  After I made this, I’ve been constantly wanting to make it again and again. We actually get cravings for tuna fish salad… Something I previously thought was impossible. This recipe is amazing, easy, healthy, and has a perfect blend of textures, flavors, and colors. This isn’t your typical tuna

How to Make a Russell Costume from the Movie UP

I have had multiple requests to post a tutorial on how to make a Russell costume from the movie UP. So here it is… Russell from UP is one of the cutest kid characters out there and it was so much fun to dress my son up like him. There are quite a few props

7 Simple Tips to Combat Morning Sickness

UPDATE- This is no longer 3 simple things because during my second pregnancy I found more. So below are 7 simple ways to combat morning sickness. Pregnancy cravings can get pretty intense. I remember having multiple vivid dreams when pregnant with my son about Krispy Kreme donuts. Finally, one morning after waking up from a

How to Customize, Recover, and/or Reupholster a Crib Bumper Pad

With both my son’s and daughter’s nurseries I’ve wanted custom crib bumper pads… and I didn’t want to pay hundreds for them either! My mom helped me with my son’s and I felt comfortable enough to make my daughter’s. It really isn’t that hard to do. If you can sew a straight line you can

How to Make Money Buying and Reselling Cheap Finds

Today’s stay-at-home mom is very savvy and thrifty friend of mine. She is excellent at buying inexpensive items and selling them for more. Thus, making a profit/money from home while being a SAHM. She wishes to remain anonymous and shares how you can begin doing what she does. A big thank you to my friend

How to Make a Ballerina Tulle Crib Skirt

When decorating my soon-to-be daughter’s nursery (see nursery here). I wanted to add a feminine touch to the otherwise somewhat-gender-neutral space. Thus, I decided to add a Ballerina skirt made out of tulle. It was much easier and went faster than I thought. All you need is tulle and scissors. You will need 1/2 yard

How to Fix Bad Breath without Gum

All of us have had bad breath at some point or another. It’s often embarrassing and uncomfortable. One of the most common things to do is to chew gum. But there are times when chewing gum really isn’t available, convenient, and/or acceptable. For example chewing gum may not be acceptable in public performances (singing, acting, public

Lemon Glazed Cupcakes

This is another one of our family favorites! It’s been around for as long as I can remember and is well loved by all. The recipe makes a very moist, delicious, and lightly sweet dessert. Prep: 10 minutes,  Bake Time: 20-40 minutes, Ready In: 35-55 Minutes Makes: 10 large cupcakes, 24 medium cupcakes, or 1 cake

How to Become a Virtual Assistant

Today’s Money-Making SAHM (who wishes to remain anonymous) has agreed to share with you how to become and work at home as a virtual assistant. A warm welcome to my anonymous friend… Q. What inspired you to begin working? A. My kids are all in school full-time and working part-time from home seemed to be

How to Make a Crib Canopy out of Tulle

Making a crib canopy out of tulle is very simple, inexpensive, and quick. First, gather an embroidery hoop (mine was 8″ in diameter) and can be found here. Next, buy the tulle. I bought 54″ x 12 yards of it. I bought 12 yards to create a double layer. If you want to have a

How to Choose a Color Scheme for a Room You Want to Decorate

I have always had a passion for interior design. Since I was 3 years old I was remarking to my mother about details, colors, etc. She said she knew I had a gift when at age four I told her that the paper towels matched the kitchen perfectly. All of my life I have been

Native American Nursery- How to Save Thousands on a Nursery

Our daughter will be born end of November/early December and I have always wanted to do a Navajo/Native American style nursery for one of my children. With my son it wouldn’t have really worked out because of the carpet. I used the brown diamond Berber carpet as inspiration and came up with this blue, brown,

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