Do A Non-1-Direction-Related Thing

I am sad and sluggish for my own reasons to do with this endless winter and I need to shake it off and DO ONE THING.

The Difficulty of Making a Living in the Gig Economy

Sarah Kessler tried becoming a “micro-entrepreneur” by participating in the “gig economy”—applying to be a part of TaskRabbit and bidding to do random side jobs, teaching a gift-wrapping Skillshare class, posting profiles on DogVacay detailing her dog-sitting qualifications as well as on-demand services like Exec (cleaning) and WunWun and Postmates (delivery). She wrote about her experience for Fast Company.