Sometimes your nine-to-five day job just does not cut it when it comes to your finances. The money you make is only enough to make ends meet and your additional wants and needs are left unfulfilled. However, aside from your monthly wages, there are many other ways that you can make more money:
1– Get creative:
Turn your hobby into an income. Everyone has a talent or passion that they enjoy and take pride in, be it arts and crafts or baking for example. There are a number of things you can create, do or provide to make some extra money. Whether you design birthday cards or bake cakes, spread the word and let people know!
2 – One man’s trash is another man’s treasure:
Sell your unwanted belongings. It could be the chest of drawers that has been taking up unnecessary space in your house or clothes that you bought, wore only once and left at the back of your wardrobe. Take the opportunity to sell all of those things that you no longer want or need. There are several online platforms you can use or even a good old-fashioned car boot sale could do the trick.
3 – Lend a helping hand:
Make money in your spare time by helping others. Are you good at cleaning? Why not start cleaning your neighbour’s houses and/or cars? Have free time in the mornings? How about walking your neighbours’ dogs? Are you good at housekeeping? Try setting up an ironing service. There are many people who are unable to or simply do not have the time to do the simple things in life, and there is a good chance that they would pay someone to do it for them.
The Monday Independence Project meetings are dedicated to helping you succeed financially. We will empower and encourage you to do better for yourself. You will discover the steps you can take to be financially independent and successful. Join us every Monday at your local branch.