World Introvert Day Jan 2nd 2024 👆🏼


Nowadays, it’s more common than ever before for people to work two jobs. Even for those with good positions, it isn’t always possible to make ends meet comfortably without the help of a bit of extra cash. There is loads of time in your life when you’re not working, and these chunks can often be better used than solving puzzles or browsing social media. Your commute, for example, is likely to take a decent amount of time, most of which will be spent doing nothing. To help you out with turning this around, this post will be exploring three of the easiest ways to build a career from your commute.


Drop Shipped Sales: Sites like eBay have changed the way that people shop and sell online. Now, instead of big businesses being the only ones with access to overseas merchants, you have the ability to buy almost anything online. With a good amount of products in the basket, you will be ready to think about how the goods will be shipped. Using a drop shipping company takes this out of your hands, leaving you to handle the product posting and customer emails, while also limiting the time you have to spend on it. This makes it perfect for those on a journey.


Investment Trading: For a long time, trading in stocks and shares has been one of the best ways to make some extra money. In fact, some people have managed to make entire careers out of this, and it’s easier than ever to get started with it. Algo trading tools are apps which are designed to help new investors. Giving you easy access to live data, trends, and even basic advice, this sort of tool can be very powerful. Enabling you to spend as little or as much time on this as you’d like, most people will be able to fit this into their morning and evening commutes. When handled correctly, this can be one of the most lucrative ventures out there, and a lot of people don’t realize that they are good at it.


Skilled Work: Finally, as the last option on this list, this idea might take a little more than just the time you spend travelling each day. This isn’t all bad, though, and you will be able to do the bulk of your searching and applying on the train or bus. Websites like Freelancer have made it way easier for independent professionals to get work on their own time. Giving you the chance to work on projects which you’d never be allowed access to in a normal job, this can provide essential experience when you’re building a career alongside it.


Hopefully, with all of this in mind, you will be feeling inspired to start working harder on the time you put into your commutes. A lot of people spend this time listening to music and catching up with social media. While this will be a fun way to start the day, you have the chance to make some money here, and this is something which a lot of people can’t ignore.