By Ava Kesler
Well, you can obviously get a job. But if you're reading this then you're probably looking for some alternative.
Try to find something that fits you.
If you're extremely artsy, try making things to sell on places like etsy, or on your own unique website.
If you have tons of unused things around your house, like outgrown clothes, try selling them online or to consignment stores.
You can also put yourself for hire in ways that won't restrict you like a job would. For example, try dog sitting, lawn mowing, etc.
It's all going to take work. I encourage trying to find something that you enjoy and want to do, but it is still going to be a pain sometimes to keep with it when you don't want to, or when things get harder.
The most important thing to remember is that you can get out of the experience so much more than just money if you really put your heart into it. Every single thing is a learning experience, and even if it is difficult in the moment, it will eventually turn into an asset.
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