If one has health and energy there are different things a person can do, such as housework that if specialized can grow too large a clientel in a year
for $20 dollars and hour, or tutoring, catering, even calligraphy, journal making, sewing business, and often piecing a few things together.
Ethically, online sales could be something such as, fair trade items, chocolate, and coffee are vastly overpriced in the fair trade market, so
bringing in large sacks and instead of 6-10 times the cost like stores do, try the old rule of thumb 3 X price, and Im sure people will appreciate it.
NON GMO heritage flours, spelt, again price. I just don't like the greedy rip of artists, and know very well that its not the farmer or the family
in developing nations earning those profits, its the middle man corporations. So ethical is good.
Also if a person does some selling online, and they're bigger ticket items, consider lay aways, 4 or 5 payments and then item is shipped. Consider
draws and give aways several times a year, and offering tutorials to instruct others.
And if a person is really good at talking, arranging them to charge only for what sells and send it out to the customer. There are businesses that do
that. That way you could start something online for smaller costs.
I think ethics is very important, and would only do things that have great integrity, and not work for any corporation that is harming the human race
or this world, and that's most of them, so there are good reasons to work from home, and this gives far more ethical considerations a platform.
edit on 27-2-2013 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)