Hobbies For People With Disabilities That Make Money

Hobbies for people with disabilities that make money.  Hobbies for people with disabilities is not only a good way to keep you busy but can make mega bucks. Truth is anyone can try these money-making hobbies.

 #1.  Get Paid To Proofread 

Get paid proofreading books, blogs and more.  This hobby can bring in money.  If you are great at editing and spotting grammatical errors, then this is right up your alley.

  • Freelancer.com – “Millions of small businesses use Freelancer to turn their ideas into reality.”
  • Domainite.com  – “If your sample is of the quality we are looking for, we will contact you with further details on the position.”

#2.  Take Online Surveys

One quick way to make money on your phone.  Watch podcasts or adverts.  It’s easy to sign up.  You will receive a notification via email when a survey is available to you.

  • Surveyjunkie – “Be an influencer. Share your opinion to help brands deliver better products.”
  • Swagbucks – “It’s really easy.  Simply take online surveys to share opinions and Swagbucks rewards you with cash back or free gift cards.”
  • Triaba – “Respond to paid online surveys and earn from R5 to R45 for each survey you complete.”

#3.  Sell Your Arts and Crafts 

  • Etsy.com – “millions of shoppers can’t wait to see what you have in store.”
  • Artjobs.com – If you are arty, this may open many doors for you.

#4.  Use Your Voice For Money

  •  Fiverr – Do voice-overs for commercials and movies

#5.  Get Rid of Unwanted Clutter

Sell your unwanted goods on e-bay.com or Bidorbuy.co.za

#6.  Sell Your Photography

If you are an amateur photographer, you can still make money selling your art on the following sites:

#7.  Become an online translator

  • Lingosaur.com – if you can translate between two languages, you can make money.
  • Upwork – American sign language interpreter
  • Translate.com – paid translators that provide highly accurate human translations.

If you can think of or know any other hobbies that make money, please share with us.

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