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7 Tips to Making a Living on eBay

After my husband abandoned our family, the first thing I did was start selling on eBay full time. I had already been selling on eBay for many years, back before eBay was even called eBay, but not full time.

My goal was simply to STAY a stay-at-home-mom.

It turned out to be great money and something that would teach me a lot of valuable business principles. It was how I supported my family for many years and today, I’m opening up for the first time on what I sold and how on The Work At Home Wife. 

7 Tips to Making a Living on eBay from a 15 year veteran who has supported her family as a single mom completely on eBay!

7 Tips to Making a Living on eBay

Here’s an excerpt:

When I first became a SINGLE SAHM, the most important thing to me was continuing to be home with my kids. I wouldn’t let anything, even a divorce stand in my way. My solution was eBay. I could make a killing on eBay, good profits, ship when I wanted to, and still be there for every second of my children’s lives. It was the best of both worlds. Although I’ve been selling on eBay for 15 years, I created a very successful, stable income for myself and my kids in a year and a half. There was no teacher telling me what I should do or not do. It was all trial and error. After all, the best secrets of how to make a living on eBay are secret right?

Not today, my friends. Not today!

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7 Tips to Making a Living on eBay from a 15 year veteran who has supported her family as a single mom completely on eBay!



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  1. I am fond of Ebay (both as a buyer and a seller) and its really surprising how it make you earn a bunch by selling items (old or new) that others might find interesting.

    I myself have bought a lot of stuffs in Ebay, and I am now in the stage of trying to look for ways to make some money of my own as a good seller with the purpose use of its features and store.

  2. I love that you did whatever it took for your family and for you to stay at home with your kids. It is very kind of you to share your successful secrets with all of us!

  3. I loved this article! I’m always looking for ways to expand my income so that when I am (finally) blessed to start a family, being able to stay at home can be possible. Right now, I’m using any extra income to pay off all our debt so we’re in a great position when that day comes. I love your blog and find your story so inspirational!

  4. Hey Sarah just visited the 7 points ebay post. Very excellent. Thanks for sharing. I am a ebay seller in India and your tips really helpful for me to follow what I am missing.

  5. Thanks for sharing these practical tips and very inspiring indeed. I have always found your post very encouraging especially when I feel like giving up.

  6. Hi Sarah. I am 63 years old and would like to make some extra income as my pension is very small and I am finding life a struggle. I have just come across your blog and I am going to try out your advice about selling on ebay as I have a lot of stuff hanging around the house that is not used. I will keep reading your blog for inspiration. Thanks.

  7. I love selling on ebay but after 15 years and 3 moves someone from California hacked my eBay account and now I’m afraid to start again. I tried to contact ebay but never could reach anyone. Could sure use the income.

    • Carolyn, did you try calling eBay? I’ve always been able to reach a rep when I’ve called. If your account has been hacked, they definitely take that very serious and can help. 🙂