I have been looking into 'work at home' schemes, though. I've been looking into learning web-design and coding (partially the reason I'm going back to college) in the hopes of being able to get employed and do those things from home. I know it's possible, and in theory it would work if I could get it going. It's either that or admin work. Troubleshooting and fixing peoples' computers and networks (I do kinda love fiddling around with computers) seems to be something more I do as a cash-in-hand hobby now, since finding work in that field without several proven years of experience is pretty much impossible. Ah, good-old Mr. Catch-22, how I love you.
Still, it's better than sitting on my arse at home all day doing nothing. Instead, I could be sitting on my arse at home all day doing work on websites - and getting paid for it. Sounds nice. Least it's a plan.