There are some benefits from being part of the gig economy. Many of us that were working from home might survive this. It's our fellow gig workers that actually need to be in contact with people in person that might be at a disadvantage. If you are part of the gig economy that has been impacted by Covid-19, there will be some new post on resources to help you find some gigs from home that can generate some income. There are still opportunities to provide gigs on sites like Fiverr or other online job portals. If you have skills that can adapt to these online sites I would encourage you to start promoting your skills on these portals. If you visit our YouTube channel there are plenty of videos that can help you get some ideas. Through the blog and our YouTube channel will provide as much information as possible on what options you might have through these difficult time. Link to our YouTube Channel Digital Gigger: https://www.youtube.com/digitalgigger Stay tuned for more updates!
Working from home is new to some, and it might feel strange at first. When I started working from home many years ago there were a few things I missed. The routine of getting up in the morning and going somewhere. The quick stop at Starbucks for my morning coffee. The early morning chats with my co-workers and catching up on office gossip. The little everyday things at the office did not appear that important until I started working from home. At first I was a little lonely and it took some time to get used to the idea that I was working by myself. With no one looking over my shoulder it was easy to get distracted by other things around the house. You lose focus quickly with so many distraction at home. It took me a few months to find my groove and make it work. I set a few rules and structured my day as I would at the office. My work area got a redo, and I made sure not to have any distractions around my work area. The internet radio stream with some chill music was fine, but I