The Side-Hustle: How to Make More Money With a Full-Time Job

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If times are tight and you’re looking for ways to loosen it up again, you’ve clicked on the right post. Even if you’re just hoping to be slightly richer by the end of the summer than you were at the end of the last one, earning some extra cash is perfect for anyone - especially if you’re money savvy rather than stingy.

A few of these side-hustles can bring in more than enough money, so let the saving techniques cool off and up your cash-flow with these genius ideas instead.


Start a small business

The modern world has over complicated life and taken all the fun out of it. Running a small business doesn’t mean that you have to be an inventor, a marketing expert and business manager all at once. It can be as simple as offering a service and spreading the word - as long as you’d like to simply earn a bit of extra money on the side rather than making it your full-time job and lifelong dream.

Think about the skills you possess and what you’d like to do on the side. A lot of people I know in full-time office jobs are creative at heart. Some have vast knowledge about coffee and can whip up a delicious latte in no time, foam art included and at no extra charge. They can talk milk texture and bean quality for hours but wouldn’t necessarily leap into a full-time job as a barista just because they have the skills.

They make an extra income out of it instead, and you can do the same; a few hours of freelance writing, online marketing, or tutoring are excellent ways of making the most of what you have. Plus, you don’t need to worry about making it as a writer or standing on your own two wobbly freelancing feet - it’s something you do for the fun of it and to earn a bit more.

Get paid to do what you’re already doing

When your intentions are pure, and you just want a bit more money to spend, your opportunities are endless. Keep a child-like approach to it and consider what you love to do that you might be able to get paid for.

Get your scuba diving license, for example, and spend a month or two of the year abroad where you can get paid to teach scuba diving, slaving around in the vast blue ocean and comfortable temperatures.

If you love to drive and have a decent car, you can also look into becoming an Uber driver at the side; it’s a bit tedious as a full-time job but perfectly relaxing as a side-hustle. Visit Ridester to figure out how much you’d be able to make before you make up your mind. The Internet makes it so easy for us to find small tasks to supplement our income, and almost anything you enjoy doing can be turned into money.

Become the community’s trusted baby sitter on the weekends, offer freshly baked goods to your entire neighborhood, or set up a small but charming beauty salon in your spare room.

Take advantage of the freedom and positive feeling a side-hustle gives by making your finances flourish. You won’t be able to be as imaginative or playful when looking for a new full-time job; it is an entire income we’re talking about, after all.

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