Tuesday, February 07, 2006
Make It Work: Home business ideas on a budget
People are incredibly diverse, and so are their needs. Some of us are very organized, with every paper in its proper folder; for others, this kind of structure is only a faraway dream. Some people are great at packing healthy, balanced lunches for their kids, while the rest of the neighborhood is eating cereal bars topped off with sugary soda. Everyone is good at something that someone else needs, and these talents allow anyone to start a home business on a budget.
The key word here is budget. So you do not have thousands of dollars to spend on a business – no big deal. As you may have noticed, the talents mentioned above don’t require many tools. Here are some suggestions for home businesses that can be started on a shoestring budget:
Ultimate Organizer: These days it seems like people just have an overabundance of clutter in their lives. Whether their downfall is too much paper, a collection gone wild, or even just one room in their home that they have never gotten around to cleaning, many people fall to the clutches of disorganization. If you are organized, why not start a business to help others become like-minded – or at least clutter-free.
Lunches-To-Go: Unlike on television, in many families packing a healthy lunch for the kids just isn’t an option. If you enjoy cooking or have a knack for nutrition, advertise a boxed lunch business that provides balanced meals for busy families.
Sell Your Stuff: Practically anything will sell on ebay. Post old, or unused items on ebay – and while you’re at it, start posting for others too (for a small fee, of course). It could be very lucrative!
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