Make extra money in your spare time with these Easy Side Hustles that will help you fund your adventures and live the good life!
Sometimes, even a well paying full-time job isn’t enough to cover all expenses, especially if you have student loans, credit card debt, high mortgage or rent payments, or other expenses.
Side Hustles can be a great way to make extra money to pay off debt, save money for emergency and retirement funds, and even take vacations and finally enjoy life!
Plus, online opportunities make earning money in your spare time easier than ever.
Learn how to get started with these 20 Side Hustles You Can Start Today.
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Starting a blog can be a fun and creative way to make money. If you’re tired of your regular 9-5 job, you can potentially make enough money to blog full time if you’re willing to put in the work to make your blog successful.
Learn how to start your own money-making blog in 5 easy steps here.
If videos are more up your alley, start a YouTube channel. Channel owners are paid to host ads on their videos, so if you have a lot of viewers, you could make a lot of money.
Some channel owners have both a YouTube channel and their own website to maximize profit potential.
With a unique idea, you can attract a large following and earn a lot of money from sponsorships.
Plus, it doesn’t have to cost you much to get started.
With affiliate marketing, you earn commission by promoting other people’s (or company’s) products.
Find a product you like, encourage others to buy it, and earn a portion of every sale you make!
You can do this several ways, including making a website (e.g. blogging), advertising on your website (e.g. Google Adsense or Mediavine), making your own YouTube videos, providing affiliate links on Facebook, and more.
Check out reputable online survey companies like Swagbucks to earn gift cards, cash, and other rewards by answering surveys, shopping online, watching videos, and playing games.
Right now, Swagbucks is offering a $10 signing bonus!
Just be careful – some online survey companies are scams. Stick with legitimate companies, and never pay money to join.
Do you have an eye for photography?
Take your hobby to the next level by selling your photographs to stock photo sites or offering your services for weddings and other special occasions.
Have an extra room, apartment, or home you could rent out? Consider advertising on Airbnb, the most popular home rental site.
Don’t have a room to rent in your home? Get creative. This man makes $1,380 per month renting out a backyard tent!
If you have a teaching experience, earn $18-21 per hour teaching English to young students in China via video chat with VIPkid.
You don’t even need a teaching degree!
If you’re eligible to work in the U.S. or Canada, you just need a bachelor’s degree and a year (or 500 hours) of educational experience.
Share your knowledge by creating and selling courses on Teachable.
This is also a great way to make money in conjunction with blogging by using your website to advertise your courses.
Do you like to make things? Sell your crafts and other homemade projects on Etsy.
With Amazon, you can find bargains in your local area and ship them to sell on Amazon.
Check out this article to learn great tips for selling on Amazon.
Ebay can be more competitive, but it’s still possible to find success in selling your old, unwanted stuff or flipping bargains found at yard sales and flea markets.
If you enjoy writing or have knowledge you’d like to share, write an ebook to sell on Amazon or your own website.
Whether you want to write fiction, nonfiction, or instructional books, ebooks are a great to make money passively with little overhead.
Does everyone love your awesome baking skills?
Sell homemade baked goods like fresh bread, cakes, cookies, and more to your local community.
Start with friends and family, and advertise on Facebook.
Then you can expand to your greater community by word of mouth and posting fliers in libraries and businesses.
You can also sell goods at Farmer’s Markets, craft fairs, and other events.
With some hard work and attention to detail, just about anyone can offer their services cleaning houses and offices.
Do you prefer to work outside? Consider doing yard work for those too busy or unable to do their own.
This can include something as basic as lawn mowing or more complex jobs like gardening and landscaping.
Virtual assistants provide administrative support to clients from their home office.
You can set up your own VA business or join an established VA company.
Figure out your talents and then advertise them on sites like Fiverr, Upwork, Freelancer, and FreeeUp.
Or, you could start your own virtual assistant business. My friend Kayla earns an average of $500 per day or $10,000 per month as a VA.
She’s even started an online course to teach others how to do the same.
If you’re responsible and love animals, start your own pet sitting or dog walking business, or list your services on Rover.com.
Provide your freelancing skills, including proofreading, copywriting and writing, web design, virtual assistant, bookkeeping, and more on sites like Fivrr and FreeeUp, or start your own freelancing business.
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If you enjoy going to yard sales, thrift stores, and flea markets, start a resale business.
You can research antiques and sell to collectors or remodel and sell furniture if you like DIY projects.
Whether you’re struggling to make ends meet or just long to take a vacation for the first time in years, Side Hustles can help you make more money, so you can finally start living the good life.
For more money tips, check out 25 Money Hacks That Will Save You Money + Simplify Your Life.
Have you tried any of these 20 Easy Side Hustles, or know of any other great ways to make money in your spare time?
Please share you experience in the comments below!
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