Increasing your income can quickly change your financial situation and help you get out of debt. In this blog post, I will share with you some creative ways to make extra money that you can start quickly!
1. Offer tutoring services to your community
Use your neighborhood Facebook groups to offer tutoring services for $20-50 per hour.
2. Sell on Poshmark
Create a Poshmark account to sell your clothes and other unwanted items or resell things you purchase from thrift stores.
3. Provide House Sitter or Dog Walker services in your neighborhood
Again use Facebook groups to advertise.
4. Sell hand-made crafts on Etsy
You can also sell from your own site and avoid paying Etsy fees.
5. Uber or Lyft driver
If you live in a city, Uber or Lyft might be able to help create an income source.
6. Be a virtual assistant
You can help online entrepreneurs by providing administrative assistance and social media management. This can be done from the comfort of your own home.
7. Teach a craft
Offer a “just for fun” service such as painting or knitting classes teaching a fun skill to celebrate birthdays or other events. This can be done on Zoom or in person.
8. Sell your skills with Fiverr
Fiverr is a web-based service that allows you to offer creative and professional services such as voiceovers, programming, and web design work.
9. Offer a service like housekeeping or yard work
Again, use Facebook groups to get the word out and offer coupons in your ad to incentivize your audience to try your services.
I hope this post has helped you find some ways to make money quickly! Whether it’s earning a few hundred dollars or making an extra $2000 in six months, there are always opportunities out there waiting for us to take advantage of them. I’m also happy to help if you need coaching on how to get started with any of these strategies. Just drop me a line below and we’ll chat about what works best for your needs! Have fun generating more income–you deserve it!
Thank you chica!
Love this! I need direction on where to find opportunities to be a virtual assistant 🤔
I highly recommend you reach out to my friend Christine Jerry, she will guide you to the best resources for VA’s
Check out https://christinejerry.com/