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Is it the idea of being your own boss that interests you? Or perhaps being able to set your own working hours? Whatever it is, working from home appeals to lots of people. All you need is a good bit of motivation and a decent Wi-Fi connection.
We've put together a list of the pros and cons of working from home, along with a few ideas to get you started. So, once you've decided that working from home is for you, you can get going with one of these businesses straight away.
This list is no means exhaustive, but it's a good start if you're considering taking the leap of faith and starting your own business from home.
If you're a dab hand at grammar and being creative comes easily, writing copy for websites, magazines and blog posts can be a lucrative career choice. Don't worry if you don't have much experience. Try to build up a portfolio with your own blog posts and articles and share them with potential employers. Sites like Upwork and Fiverr are also great places to start your career as a writer, with jobs listed by potential clients from all over the world.
Baking bread, cake, pastries or any other sort of delicious treat can be a great way to make a bit of money on the side. Start by selling to local cafes or at a weekend market to find your best sellers. Afterwards, you can begin to think about setting up an online shop or perhaps your own storefront.
As we move towards a virtual world, most businesses are realising the importance of having an online presence. That's where a web designer comes in. Mastering the art of creating sleek, attractive and functional websites for clients can not only be extremely rewarding, but it can also bring in a good amount of money. If you don't have the skills to be a web designer, don't worry. There are plenty of online courses that'll teach you the basics and beyond. There are a bunch of tools you can use to get started.
You don't have to be a fashionista to learn the art of buying and selling clothes online, but it'll definitely help. Being able to pick clothes out and sell them on for a profit is a real skill and one that is learned over time. Pick out a hidden gem though, and you could be bringing in a tidy sum. Check out our how to sell on Ebay guide for more tips.
There are heaps of people around the world hoping to better their English skills, and you don't always need a qualification to teach them – although a TEFL certificate can definitely help. Online platforms like LearnMate and Teach Away make it easy for tutors and pupils to connect from across the world.
Becoming a blogger is one of those things that you can start to work on right away.
All you need is a keen interest in something, whether it be food, travel or sport, and a desire to share it with the world. Unfortunately, blogs are a slow burner and are generally monetised through selling ad space.
This means you'll need to get yourself high reader numbers before you start pulling in the big bucks.
Check out how Jake Falkinder paid for his home renovation from the money he made from blogging.
A passion for fitness, lots of energy and a qualification or two are all you need to excel as a fitness professional. Building up a reputation and a reliable client base can take time, but it can be more than worth it. Just remember, the importance of social media is huge in this industry, so get posting those workouts on your Instagram and nutritional cooking videos on YouTube.
Hairdressers, make-up artists, waxing and eyebrow technicians are just a few of the beauty professions that can be made mobile. All you need is to invest in a small amount of equipment and potentially a car so you can get to your clients' houses. Otherwise, you can always operate from your own living room to avoid transportation costs.
Consultancy work is perfect for anyone that has spent years becoming an expert in their field. Opportunities range from HR and technology to marketing and social media. First, you'll need to build a business website, and then you can start advertising your services to potential clients and build up your base.
Combine a love for animals with a love for the outdoors and you have yourself a pet-sitter/walker/minder. Sites like Mad Paws mean you don't even need to create a website or a flyer to advertise your services. Simply sign up with a website to connect with pet owners that need your help.
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