There are so many ideas.

What skills do you have? Can you sell them at an hourly or weekly rate? Do you have an asset (pickup truck, empty bedroom, etc) that you can rent out? Can you mow lawns? Trim trees? Clean debris? Take trash to the dump or transfer station? Can you walk dogs?

Can you pickup and deliver groceries for your neighbors? Can you upcycle "junk"? (think furniture like dressers, armoires, night stands, etc)

Remember, there are two sides to accounting: make more money (see above) or reduce expenses.

What costs can you cut from your current budget? Can you sell/sublease/rent out your current living quarters? Can you sell your vehicle? Extra items? Can you cut cable TV? Stop dining out? Cancel Spotify/Netflix/Amazon Prime?

In my experience, the issue is not a lack of money-making opportunities, it is that people often don't want to do the work or make the sacrifice.

All the best,

Answered 2 months ago

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