When day care costs overtake your take-home pay, it might be time to think about working from home. No commute means saving gas and wear and tear on your vehicle. You can work in your sweats, so no power suits will show up on your credit-card bill. No child care expenses results in a huge savings. It’s not for everyone, obviously. You can’t be a nurse from home, or a retail sales clerk or a waitress. But there are jobs you can do from home and make a decent income, says Jennifer Forrest, author of five books, including “Work Women Want,” which was released by Amazon as a Kindle book in March and will be in bookstores in May. In her new book, she shares her own story and the stories of the women she interviewed who each make money at home. Some of the ways to make money she explored are party planning, multilevel marketing, blogging, eBay sales and craft and food industries, professional service businesses and share trading. For the full interview and tips from Jennifer, CLICK HERE.