How to Work at Home


| 10/28/2013 9:21:00 PM


Brandon DinsmoreIt has been well over two years since I started working from home and I have to say that I love it, although there are some definite ups and downs, pros and cons, consequences and benefits, which I thought I'd lay out for anyone out there interested in doing the same.

First off, let me say that I did not find work through any of those devious and deceptive ads on Craigslist or any other job listing website. There is no such thing as stuffing envelopes from home and earning money.

Second of all, I do not perform the kind of work that one might perform at an office in a bricks-and-mortar building.

Third, no matter what anyone tells you, it's hard work! I probably invest more time working from home than I would if I were to have a normal "city job" although I certainly prefer the former.

Now, the nitty-gritty of it all.  How did I get started?  Simple - it was luck.  The biggest let down of finding work that you can do from home, in my opinion, is that there is no concrete method of locking down employment for yourself.  You must either perform a service or provide a product that people are willing to pay for, and pay enough that you can support yourself or at least pay your bills.



Here are some great examples of work you can do from home that can potentially earn you money: