Stuck at Home? Be Productive!
A personal injury
can befall any of us in a matter of seconds. One minute you’re doing fine and literally the next minute you can find yourself injured and on disability. Even though you have hired yourself a great personal injury attorney
, many workaholic types find themselves going crazy while rehabilitating. If you're this kind of person, you need something constructive to do with your time.
If you find yourself in this type of situation, and if you’re legally able, the article on The Huffington Post titled "5 ways to Earn Money If You’re Out of Work Due to Injury
" has listed some great ways to be productive, and possibly prosperous, while you're stuck at home.
Become an Online Retailer
With popular sites like eBay and Craigslist, not to mention the new array of Facebook Marketplaces, you can find yourself developing a new online business just by selling off stuff you have in your attic or basement. If you’re creative and have a knack for woodworking, or graphic design, you can sell your work on sites such as Etsy, or maybe strike a deal with a local consignment shop to sell your items.
If you have some type of marketable skill such as writing, design, music, or photography, just to name a few, you can actually find paying gigs on sites such as Fiverr and Upwork. Both are networking directories that allow you to bid on an array of creative jobs while you sit at home.
Online Sourcing Model Websites
From the comfort of your bed or sofa you can source gigs from sites such as CrowdSource which is popular for obtaining small task and writings jobs. Liveops is an online answering service company and all you need is a landline. You can also create your own hours. Another great company is Speakwrite which sources out transcribing projects. A really fun company, Project Payday will actually, pay you to give a testimonial for a tested product.
The ventures above are just the tip of the iceberg. If you do a Google search on online part time jobs, you will be surprised at the many result pages that will appear. The most important thing to remember, if your doctor has told you to rest and put you on limited mobility, your health and well-being comes first.