Thursday, February 25, 2016
I am still looking for that elusive, work-from-home job. I tried selling Norwex, which I love. I tried to sell Disney vacations, which I love. I am not a good seller of things that I feel are a bit over-priced. Not that they aren't great, they are. I just can't sell them.
I have an opportunity for a laundry business, but that doesn't really call out to me. My piano lessons have gone well, but my student's desires have been fluctuating. I would love to build up this business, but we'll have to see.
I found out this week that Arizona does have a cottage food industry law. It means that if I register and get a food handler's card, I can make certain items to sell, in my home, without having to have an industrial kitchen. This is really interesting to me, as I have always wanted to do this. Mom is going to help me refine her apple pie recipe since the law doesn't allow for cream pies. My mom is a great Pie Cook. I have intentionally avoided pie-making because I always felt I could never reach her level of pie awesomeness. I am also considering making and selling granola, cookies and the like.
So I am praying about it. Won't have to invest much. That means I can start slow, and if the Lord leads, grow the business. The Proverbs 31 lady was quite the businesswoman. I would love to follow her footsteps.