Crochet is one of the most popular needlework crafts in the country. There are books, magazines, conventions, clubs and merchandise all dedicated to the art of crochet. Most people who have taken it up as a hobby have attested to its relaxing and meditative properties as it enables you to focus on your needlework and it distracts the mind from overthinking and combats anxiety. It is mostly a repetitive movement, with just a hook, ball of yarn and the many crochet stitches that make up the patterns and project that you want to complete.
There are no reasons to wake up in the morning feeling displeased with your current working position, and whenever you have to go to work you have that sense of “not again”. The meaning of life is to be content in all spheres of life, which includes your career, and nobody deserves to be stuck in some tedious, and fulfilling work. If you fall into that category, then the time has come to do something about it, and make a move out of your career by doing something that you really love. If you have a riveting hobby that puts a smile on your face, why not turn it into a career?
Pretty much everyone has a blog these days. They are a great outlet for publishing the thoughts and feelings that you experience on a daily basis, much like an online diary. For those out there who don’t want their blog to be so personal, they tend to stick to writing about their favorite hobby, whether that’s food and cooking, running and fitness, or reading. No matter what you are into, I’m sure you’ll find it easy to set up a blog that you can keep updated in your spare time as a hobby.
While lots of people are running their blog as a hobby, there is now a fast-growing percentage of these individuals who are turning their blog into a business. At first, it can be easy enough to generate an extra side income as soon as you start to achieve a sizeable readership. Going from that point to creating a full-time business from your blog isn’t so difficult.
Everyone has seen at least one striking craft project on social media that has them thinking, “Could I make that?” Social media has helped to spread a love for embroidery crafts and projects throughout the world. With just a few blog articles and video tutorials under their belt, anyone can become an embroidery artist.
Guest post contributed by Victoria Lim
Today all we need is the Internet and we are connected to the rest of the world. That’s one of the things that make this digital era great – the possibility to exchange experiences and opinions. So, there’s no better time than now to start sharing your hobbies and interests, and even make some money out of it… or a lot. As with every business, this one also requires planning and strategizing but this time you’re not only your own boss but your most trustworthy employee. If you’re up for the challenge to turn something you love into a monetary venture and valuable experience, follow these tips.
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