You can work from home by hooking up with one of many business opportunities for home parties. Everyone knows about these companies. You sign on with the company. You usually pay a small start up fee, and then you begin booking home parties.
There are plenty of legitimate home parties companies to go with.
Make sure you check out a few things before you begin. Check out if the company is profitable or not. Does the company offer adequate training and support? Do you believe in their products? What are their warranties on their products? Make sure you understand how you get paid. I think you get the idea.
The following is just a small list of companies in the home parties business. Some offer party plans, while some also do one-to-one selling.
At Home America (home decor)
Avon (cosmetics and more)
Carico (home products)
Creative Memories (photo albums and supplies, cameras)
Fuller Brush (home and personal products)
The Good Nature Company (garden supplies)
Highlights/Jigsaw for Children (books, games, toys)
The Longaberger Company (baskets)
Mary Kay Cosmetics and Skincare
The Pampered Chef (home and kitchen products)
Premier Designs (jewelry)
Princess House (home d�cor, kitchenware, etc.)
Southern Living at Home
These are all recognizable companies. There are many more. Do your research and find the company that's right for you. Ask friends and family members about their experiences with any of these companies.