Hi, Anna. I’m going to read this book. It’s cheap enough, nothing to lose. I feel like working for myself might be the only way I’ll be able to work from home. I’m a dental assistant currently. Not much call for that in work at home lol So when I apply to some WAH jobs it’s tough! As it’s my current work experience. But I really need a WAH job at this point in my life. Any other advice is welcome. Love your site, Anna. Thank you for all you do.
You could start with the ideas in this post. But we also have lots of other posts on this site that might help. Check out the ones on how to make money from home or side hustles. You could also check into getting assistance from the social services office in your area. In some areas they are called the Department for Children and Families, in others just Social & Rehabilitation Services. They might be able to help with basic needs, such as food, as well as helping you get qualified for Medicaid for health needs. I hope that helps you out.
If you are aware of more, please let me know so I can get them added to this list. And if you don't mind occasionally having to take phone calls, several of the companies on this list will (as described above) hire you to handle calls, emails, and incoming chats. Just read the job descriptions carefully before you apply to verify that answering emails would be part of what you do.

Become a dog walker if you live in an area where they are in demand. You can walk dogs for people who own dogs but who are too busy to walk them. However, this can be a demanding job, especially if you end up walking a few dogs at once or if you are walking dogs throughout the day, so ensure that you have the physical stamina for this type of job.[13]

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