Seven Tips for Fibromyalgia Patients to Work and Earn Income from Home

Seven Tips for Fibromyalgia Patients to Work and Earn Income from Home
When living with an invisible illness you still have bills to pay, so you still need money, right? For many of us living with fibromyalgia, the financial burden that often follows is worse than the illness itself. The stress of financial concerns can really take a toll on one's mental and physical health, thus making your conditions even worse. Maybe you have looked for work you can do online, or thought about starting a home-based business. It can be difficult to know what to do, or where to start, when it comes to generating an income from home. Here are seven tips to help get you started. 1. Evaluate your budget. Decide how much extra money you need per month. Be realistic. If this amount is only a couple hundred dollars, your budget may not require the added income of an online job. The solution could be as simple as saving money and cutting costs. Monitor your monthly expenses. I really love Wells Fargo's expense tracker that breaks down your spending by categories. It was only then that I realized the shocking amount I was spending on groceries and eating out. I was spending more than $1,000 a month dining out and buying groceries, so I had to get that in check. 2. Focus on the things you can do. When you have physical limitations you have to focus on what you can do, rather than what you can’t do, and find a way to monetize those skills. Think about your hobbies. Could you turn these into income somehow? 3. What are you good at? What do people compliment you on? Or what d
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    • Bronwyn says:

      I am sorry, and not trying to be rude: however, I am not sure if this message is for me “directly”. If it is, then could you be more specific in what you are trying to say, please?

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