The key to financial freedom is making more than you spend, and then investing the difference. It’s really that simple.
How quickly you achieve freedom depends solely on how much you’re making and how big of a percent you’re investing.
If you fall into this boat, don’t worry. Today I’ll be sharing 5 ways to make money from home. It doesn’t matter if you’re a student or full-time worker, you can apply these in almost any circumstance.
In this post, I’ll describe each “way”, list the pros and cons, and then list some websites which might help you get started. Some of these fall under the category of online jobs but most are more entrepreneurial. Let’s dive right in!
Personally, I think that tutoring is one of the best (if not THE best) side hustle. Not only can you make good money, but you can also help people out. Plus, you can teach something that genuinely interests you.
Do Freelance Stuff (like Writing)
If you have a talent or skill which you feel is useful but don’t want to teach it, you could perhaps do freelance stuff! Freelancing might sound confusing, but it’s just when you work for yourself instead of a big company.
Maybe you don’t want to tutor. And maybe you don’t have a particular freelance skill you can monetize. Well… what to do?
You can take photos and sell them! This is actually a really neat idea for anyone who has an interest in photography.
Literally looking around your home and selling anything you don’t need is sure to yield you some good money.
This method isn’t as powerful as the other methods because there’s only so much you can sell (before you run out of stuff).
Rent Out Stuff
Last but not least, we have renting out stuff as a money-making option. This can be anything from a bedroom in your house, to your unused guitar which sits by itself all day.
Renting stuff out is a great way to retain ownership of something, yet still be able to make money off it.