I work part time at our church's pre-school. We are out for the summer...but we are in need of additional income. When I used to work outside of our home, I paid almost 300 per week for childcare, 100 for gas (and that's gone up now due to gas prices) 150 for parking (I worked downtown houston), I had to pay for childcare, even if my kids were ill and couldn't attend school...but if I had to stay home with them, I didn't get paid, because I was contract. Overall, at the end of the day, I was making around 3200 a month before taxes, but only bringing home about 100 to 150 with all of the costs added in. I need to supplement my income and stay home with my kids. My husband makes good money, but with the rising cost of LIFE, we just need the extra money. We are down to the bare basics right now...house, lights, cars fuel...food. Anyway, we need to make an extra 150 to 200 a week. I have tried all kinds of work from home projects, but can't find anything that is a REAL JOB...any suggestions to supplementing that income, that doesn't cost an arm and a leg to get started in? I have a 2 year degree and 7 years with a major oil company in their marketing department for aviation fuels. Any help is appreciated...
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