Want to Stay-At-Home with your Kiddos AND earn more in 2018?

So usually around here we write about the differences between working moms and stay-at-home moms… but what if you could have the best of BOTH worlds?  

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Yes.  It’s true.  You can have that work-from-home life that you’ve always wanted.

Extra income AND the ability to raise your kids.  

Did you know that it doesn’t really take a whole lot to make a legitimate living working from home?  And by legitimate we mean no scams or selling things to your friends.  

Our friend Caitlin Pyle has a booming business that she started from home. She’s been featured on multiple news publications as a work-from-home expert.  But it wasn’t always that way…

She got fired from her job in 2011.  Well, “fired” is kind of an understatement.  In reality her 3 bosses called her in to the conference room and hurled all manner of insults at her.

“You’re a pig,” said one boss.

“You’ll die alone,” said another.

“I feel sorry for your husband. I strongly suggest that you never have children.”

Sad and completely true story!  

But you know what she did?  She started freelancing to help pay the bills. By late 2012, she had grown her income to $3000 per month, and in 2013 and 2014 she earned more than $43,000 — both years — working at home.  And now her business generates $200,000+ per month.

Thing is, Caitlin is nobody special.

She started at rock bottom after getting fired.

She developed valuable skills independent of a job, then used those skills to meet other people’s needs — and earned money in the process.

But here’s the AWESOME part.  Do you want to learn how to do it for yourself? Because you totally can! Caitlin has taken her experience — along with the experience of 45+ other experts — and created the first-ever Work-At-Home Summit.

Over 6 action-packed days, you’ll learn directly from Caitlin and her dream team of 45+ experts on how combining The Right Skills + The Right Actions can make your work-at-home dream a reality THIS year.

The cost? Zero dollars and zero cents. (Yes, you heard that right) !

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You can use what you learn during the summit to create additional income to start funding your child’s college education, help you pay off debt, or save up for that vacation you wanted.

You can spend time with your family AND make money.

If 2018 is THE year you want to jump in and build your own work-at-home life, register for the free Work-At-Home Summit HERE.

Plus, just by registering for the free Work-At-Home Summit, you’ll get a free download of Caitlin’s brand-new controversial eBook, Work-At-Home Truth Bombs.

Here are some of the lessons you’ll learn — and the experts you’ll meet! — in the summit:

    • Landing your first work-at-home job (with Angie Nelson)
    • Becoming a virtual assistant (with Gina Horkey)
  • Making money as a writer/blogger (with Jeff Goins)
  • Identifying your work-at-home strengths (with Rosemarie Groner)
  • Making money as an affiliate marketer (with Michelle Schroeder-Gardner)
  • Exploding your income by offering digital marketing services (with Julie Stoian)

Click here to register

Not only is the event free, but it’s also virtual — after all, what would a Work-At-Home Summit be if you couldn’t attend from home??

Inspiring! This makes me believe I could work to be a SAHM one day

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Jo

Hi, I’m Jo!

I have two small children, Ry and Lily, only 19 months apart. It’s usually crazy around my house, but thankfully my wonderful husband is around a ton and helps keep the peace.

I also own my own business and work full-time. I’d love to list all these amazing hobbies I have, but honestly I can barely handle keeping the kids entertained, the house clean, and food on the table. Although on days I’m too tired to do housework, I love to pour a glass of wine and watch Supernatural or Murdoch Mysteries on Netflix.

My husband and I like to stay very busy and drag our kids everywhere with us. Weekends often include relaxing at wineries, festivals, exploring Washington D.C. and other short getaway trips.

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