Sell stuff on ebay. Go to auction sales, learn about the various collectibles markets, know what to buy, learn what stuff is and isn't worth, see how it does on ebay presently and try to make a few dollars on the side. You'll need to be good at packing things properly for shipment (so stay away from larger items that are not easily boxed) and the paypal and ebay fees and shipping costs will take a significant chunk of your income. You won't get rich unless you become big and successful but the best part about this is you can sell whenever you want, if you want to go away for a few months simply don't list anything once your previous batch of items have been received. And you'll also want to stock up on shipping containers, free from many stores as they stock shelves and recycle most of the boxes!
Speaking of entrepreneurship and getting part time or full time income via the internet, I recently received an interesting invitation to attend a conference (with a meal of course) on the subject matter. I am thinking that this could be a good way to supplement retirement income.
It is presented by storesonline.com. Anybody out there that can share good or not so good experiences with this group?
what ever you do it should strengthen your mind and body. something like web site design or programming is good for the mind i think. so you could learn to do that and then give your service away for free. you don;t need to make money do you?
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