To quote conventional wisdom, “time is money.” And while this phrase has some truth, time is also time. The precious seconds we’re given every day are a commodity in their own right, affording time with our friends and family, the opportunity to indulge hobbies, and the flexibility to relax from time to time.
The problem is, we have responsibilities; particularly, jobs. For some of us, this means a mandatory 8 hours per day dedicated to someone else’s tasks, resulting in a benefit that we may not directly see. For others, this means more than 8 hours per day, putting our best foot forward with the same unattractive prospect. What if there was a way to take care of our financial needs and wants without the arduous investment of full-time employment? Read more... (824 words, 1 image, estimated 3:18 mins reading time)