have been thinking I would love to see what other options I have for working
from home. My sister in law used to run
an online shop selling children’s toys and one of my closest friends from
university runs a very successful baby clothes website called DaisychainBaby. There is a lot to sort out mind, ordering of
stock, upkeep of the website/social media and packaging/delivery of
orders. My friend is a busy bee keeping
it going whilst holding down a day job and daydreaming about puppies.
customers always want whatever they have ordered to arrive promptly so having a
reliable delivery service is pretty essential, for example I ordered bubbles
for our moving in party and typically the day after it was hosted all 48
packets arrive! Will I be leaving
positive feedback after that, sadly not!
if I do go down the route of establishing some kind of business from home, I
will research my delivery options to make sure they are adequate for my
customers needs. I had a nose on the TNT website and its
good you can track packages to make sure they arrived safely and timely. I get a lot of packages through blogging and
have seen lots of different named delivery providers, some of the delivery guys
are almost like friends I see them that much.
my home business I am still quite keen to publish a book one day, a bit of
romantic chic lit, I certainly read enough of the stuff. If I ever get round to writing the book I
might have to self publish, if that’s the case I will want to get the book out
there. So again I will need a
dependable delivery partner but I could use my blog to get the word out there
at least. I have a title and page 1 completed
but then I get busy, lost in a blog post, tidying up or running around after
the kids, so my hopes for publishing fame are probably unrealistic. Given I have been on page 1 for the last
I put my mind to it I am sure I can think of something, then I can keep paying
the builders for the ongoing renovating work.