Supplemental income is a necessity for Diane Gracely. In 1997, Diane became permanently disabled at the age of 33. Born with a hereditary progressive neuromuscular disease with no cure. Charcot Marie Tooth disease.
The CMT progressed and badly deformed her feet. To the point, she had to use a wheelchair most of the time.
Diane had to resign from her office job and apply for Social Security Disability. In 1997, Diane bought a computer. She was determined to learn about the internet and create her first home business. Diane had a 4 year old son and knew she could not survive on a monthly, SSD check. She needed a supplemental income.
However, that was 22 years ago. Therefore, to make a long story short. Diane educated herself and created, grew, and sold several home businesses online. Above all, Diane was now a well educated online entrepreneur. In addition, Diane had profited well from the sales of her home businesses.
Now it was time to start something she loved to do. But, something she did not have to work so hard to earn a supplemental income from.
In other words, she needed something simple. That’s when Diane’s Tees started. Diane began designing art for t-shirts. Knowing she needed a simple way to sell her art on t-shirts, she discovered TeePublic.
Supplemental Income From TeePublic
TeePublic is an online print-on-demand company. In other words, Diane could partner with TeePublic to sell her art on their products. After all, they have more than just t-shirts. TeePublic has over 75 products for customers to choose from.
In conclusion, Diane no longer had to work so hard for supplemental income. And, now she was doing something she was passionate about. Designing t-shirts that she did not have to do all of the labor for.
TeePublic does all of the work. From processing the orders Diane receives through her store on TeePublic. To printing Diane’s designs on their products and shipping them to the customers. After all, that’s what Diane wanted. A simple way to earn money to survive.
TeePublic pays commissions on all products sold with Diane’s designs on them. However, there is still work involved. Diane must do the advertising and marketing for her store. Otherwise, she would not have enough sales to equal supplemental income.