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Who wouldn’t want to have extra money?
If you’re looking to make money on the side other than what you make from your full-time job, it’s possible.
Having a little extra is a huge stress relief. Earning extra cash doesn’t have to add to the stress of having another full-time job. You can earn more by using the extra time you have.
Whether you’re looking to make some money to supplement your full-time job or you want to increase your savings, here are 5 ways to make money on the side.
Sell Items Online
One of the easiest ways to make money on the side is by selling items that you no longer want or use online.
You’re not only getting rid of the things that you no longer need and are clogging up your closet or storage room, you’re also earning money on the side.
Take photos of the items you’re willing to part with and then post them on different sites like Craigslist, eBay, or even Facebook Marketplace.
Rent Out Your Extra Bedroom
Do you have a spare room? You can list it for rent on Airbnb or another service, maybe for a college student!
If you have a desirable space, you can earn from hundreds to thousands of dollars.
Stock your place with toiletries that the renter will need: Soap, towels, bath soap, toilet paper, etc.
Make your space available during a peak season.
Turn your room into a personalized space: Add your personal touches that others can not find in other spaces they take a look at.
Work As A Freelancer
Make a living as a freelance editor, graphic artist, programmer, or writer.
There are freelancers who are earning more than $100,000 by working at home.
Prepare your portfolio and write a killer cover letter to wow your future clients. You can submit your profile and credentials to different sites like Upwork, Fivver, Craigslist, LinkedIn, or FreeUp.
You can get paid by sharing your opinions and thoughts about anything and everything: From products and services to current events.
Many companies and brands are looking for ways to get a leg up on their competitors. The easiest way to do that is by knowing more about their consumers through surveys.
Write About TV Shows
Other than answering surveys, you can also get extra money from watching TV and writing reviews about the shows you watch.
There are sites like Primetime, HollywoodLife, and Mic that pay writers for writing reviews or recaps.
Do you have other ideas to make extra money on the side? Comment and let me know!