People usually have more than one capacity that they are trying to fill. You may be a mother doing the important family tasks like housework and childcare more than likely as an unpaid job. You may realize things would be better if you had more money. You naturally think of some ways that you could start a home business at your kitchen table while the kids are taking their naps. Although you love your family you have to admit you are bored with your life and need some mental stimulation.
If you are a mom who works outside the home that would be the number one priority, after the children’s care itself. It is difficult for mom to have two first priorities.It also becomes more time-consuming to add in commute time. It gets to seem like you wonder if it is all worth it to gain 15-minutes a day to spend with the kids.
When you factor in unpaid travel and commute time to and from the outside job, as well as the expenses to and from, and for childcare, etc., then you see that they are not making as much real ‘spendable’ cash (profit) at the end of the day. So when you are planning on ‘converting’ your day job and you analyze how much it would take to be able to do that, a fact very much on the ‘up’ side, is that you can keep all that money you have been spending to commute and have your children cared for. So right away everybody in the family is benefiting.