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Fallen ill and stuck at home? Earn extra money online
For those stuck at home with the flu or some other unforgiving illness who are looking to earn extra money online without getting off the couch, Opinion Outpost may be a viable option. The website offers people the opportunity to take surveys in exchange for cash through PayPal, as well as gift cards for popular brand names such as iTunes and Amazon. Ultimately, taking surveys for money is a great way to get paid for putting in little to no effort.
Don't even think about it
I know what you're thinking. You may not be well enough to go to work, but that doesn't mean you can't work from home - right? Wrong. Sure, everybody needs to make money - it's what makes the world go round. However, it's important to remember that the reason why you didn't go into the office today is because you wanted to give yourself some time to recover - so do it. I know you wanted to get ahead this week and be productive, but today is not the day for it.
If you're still not convinced and think you can correspond with clients while puking into a wastebasket in between sentences, go to the nearest mirror and take a good, hard look at yourself. Aside from the fact that you feel like one of the patients from the hit television drama "House M.D.," your appearance says it all. You're pale as a ghost, your eyes are red and you can't help but notice the sweat trickling down your brow. Did you go for a quick jog just now? Didn't think so.
Yet, you still can't shake it - the urge to find a way to make money online. Why not visit Opinion Outpost and start taking surveys? It's easy and you won't have to deal with the stress associated with the daily grind.
It's not for free
By participating in Opinion Outpost's surveys, you can repeatedly redeem points for iTunes or Amazon gift cards. If you're one of those people who prefers some cold hard cash and has a PayPal account, that works out just fine. Heck, even if you're just looking to rent a movie on iTunes and snuggle up on the couch, taking surveys for money is certainly a feasible option.
After participating for a couple hours or so, you've probably made more than enough to rent one of those classics you've been repeatedly told to watch, but just never got around to it. iTunes has quite the selection available. So, what's recommended? Though a hit classic, "Raging Bull" has a lot of guys getting all sorts of punched in the gut, and as you probably already feel as if you've just taken an uppercut to the diaphragm, passing over the film doesn't seem like such a bad idea.
If you're looking to sit planted on the couch for more than a couple of hours, go with "Doctor Zhivago" - the 1965 version. Those interested in Russian history will get a thrill out of this epic that takes place during the height of the Bolshevik Revolution, and people with a fondness for love stories are sure to be swept away as well.
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