Check the same sites listed above. 33. Cook A college friend makes the most beautiful cookies and finds events to sell them all year long – birthdays, holidays, football parties, the list is endless. Some people love to cook and bake. If this is you, consider running a catering business from your kitchen.
Make sure to abide by the food safety laws and have fun. There are many moms who don’t have time to make homemade food for bake sales and parties and families who want a holiday feast without the trouble. 34. Start a side business Become an online personal stylist or the many other options to start something on the side.
Rent your automobile Not using your car while on a trip or weekend? Rent it out. Relay, Rides and Get, Around will assist you in this while paying you on a per hour basis. 37. Rent your clothes online If you have a closet full of clothes that you haven’t worn in a long time, rent them out.
If they don’t fit anymore or not fitting your current lifestyle include them in the garage sale or selling online mentioned above. 38. Rent your bike, cycle, snowsports, or any other gear When not in use, rent out your favorite equipment. You can use Spinlister to rent your sports gear.
Rent out your studio space, music instruments Is your guitar lying in the corner of your room, without any daily usage? Make money by renting it on Sparkplug. You can do this for other your music instruments also, like amps, mics, harps, or your rehearsal room or studio. It’s Never Too Late To Get Started.
The guidance that Scott provides can be applied to any household regardless of where in the world you live.”– Parenting Abroad The Scott Alan Turner Podcast: Subscribe now on / Make money from stuff you already own Making money is a hobby that will complement any other hobbies you have, beautifully.
The book is about changing your perceptions of your things so you can keep what is really important and get rid of what is not. 41. Sell your antiques Did you collect things when you were younger or have items that fit your last home but don’t fit your new one? Get out all your collectibles and sell them off.
One of my wife’s friends felt staying home with her two boys was great, but she missed having an artistic outlet. She researched what was popular on Etsy and started making artistic versions of people’s photos. It only took a few months for her shop to become as busy. 43.
I used this service when traveling in Switzerland with a friend and can confirm it is a great service. Sign up with my link and you’ll get $35 off your first booking! 47. Sell online A garage sale might not be your style, or maybe you only have a few really nice things you want to sell.
My wife sold some Kate Spade purses that she no longer used and made much more by using Ebay than trying to sell locally. She started by asking a very low price for the purses and the bidding drove the price up much higher than she expected. 48. Open a bank account A simple Google search for banks giving bonuses for opening accounts returns a list of current offers.
49. Sell your books Check out this recent story from frugal living expert Lauren Greutman: My 10-year-old son brought home a book from our park’s free library box. It was a biology textbook – teachers edition. He said it looked interesting and hey, it was free (having no idea you could sell it).
He was so excited. We listed it for sale for $130 and it sold! Going to tell him, he just made $130! My father-in-law did this with his old seminary books. I couldn’t believe that books 30 years old were still worth so much! Even regular books can earn you money.
It saves space on your shelves for something new, and you earn a few bucks. But if you want the most cash for your books, Enter the ISBN of your book into Book, Scouter Book, Scouter searches their database for the highest paying book buyback companies. Once you find the company offering you the most money for your books, you fill out some information Ship off your book, and get paid! Most companies offer pre-paid shipping labels which saves you time from having to print shipping or go to the post office.