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I've always been a huge proponent of the side hustle. That's why today I found 10 side hustles I think you're going to love and all you can begin right away.
If you're not particularly a fan of being chained to a desk and/or clocking in and out somewhere, it's a way to begin plotting your escape. On the other hand, if you do like your job, it's a way to supplement your family's income.
Either way, side hustles are a win-win!
Here are 10 side hustles I've found to be particularly interesting. They can all be started today and get you on a path to earning more money! I've also included some of my affiliate links to help you get started right away.
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I've discussed in a previous post how important it is to earn extra income these days and cited online surveys as a great way to get that going. Why not give it a shot?
It's not secret that I'm partial to blogging. After all, you're reading this article on my blog. I believe it's a great way to build a voice, a platform, and, yes, even a sustainable business.
If you want to work in your pajamas (and I mean who doesn't?), you can become a search engine evaluator. Basically, you will be helping Google, Yahoo, and Bing analyze search results and help them better their search algorithms. Since you're not necessarily guaranteed a full 40 hours per week, it's a perfect side hustle to supplement any family's income.
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How would you like to help prepare lawyers for trial? Well, you can play the part of jury online via sites like Online Verdict, where the lawyer "tries" the case in a mock trial.
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Hey, if you're driving around anyway, might as well pick up some people and make money along the way. Use my link to sign up with Uber and making driving your side hustle.
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It's no joke. You can set a weight goal on Healthy Wage and bet on yourself. How's that for motivation?
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If you have friends that travel -- or even if you want to put an ad on Facebook -- you can take care of homes while the owner is away. Stay there and keep things in check. Not a bad deal.
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Rent a spare room, a basement apartment, or even your backyard on AirBnB. Heck, you might be able to pay your mortgage each month! Check it out with my link.
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Companies and bloggers like me look for user feedback on their website. For instance, when I was considering different layouts for Run The Money, I requested feedback and a person reviewed the site and answered questions. Basically, they had to do with usability and the look and feel.
You can make $10 per test -- which only take about 20 minutes. Head over to UserTesting.com to give it a shot.
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I know many of you want to bring in more money. Who doesn't these days? It's tough out there.
You might as well give yourself time to invest in one of these different avenues. Sure, it will take time and you will need to adjust things in your life to make it work. But, these are the times it counts because it's when we have compound interest on our side.
Let me propose this to you. Thirty minutes. Take a 1/2 hour per day and investigate just one of these 10 side hustles.
After you decide which one, take 30 minutes and learn everything you can. Then, begin with a goal amount you want to earn from it per month. Do what you can to work up to that goal.
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