If you don't have 2 left hands, you could start working with your hands.
There are platforms where artisans and artists can sell their handmade products.
Some 'shops' skyrocket, because the owners are good at what they are doing and there is a demand for it.
I have seen men offering woodwork, metal and leather art, and women doing handmade soap and jewelry . A friend of mine now has her own manufacture of soap and can't satisfy the huge demand.
I am doing jewelry since a few years, and it is bringing me a nice extra income, plus a considerable happiness while I am working on it, and when I am done. Then comes the thrill of photographing it...
It takes the mind off anything negative that may be going through the mind, -as you know:
" an idle mind is the devil's workshop"
Here is the link to worldwide etsy:http://www.etsy.com/
In Europe, it is "Dawanda" (products with love)
You'll be astonished if you see what people are offering.
Some are only offering vintage things. They are cheap to obtain and some people are crazy about it.
People love things with the charm of past decades.
The only obstacle to make money here is sloth.
PS: In my signature is a link to my blog with the things I handcraft and sell via the internet. Just to give you an example.
from a Discovering Theravada angle, I think that while you are using the time at hand to study the Dhamma- a great opportunity, perhaps try to seek contact to your nearest teacher or temple.
The break down of worldy attachments can sometimes come in abrupt waves, which are best leveled by people with some experience in this, and some of those are of course also here.