posted on Feb, 15 2017 @ 02:23 AM
- Dog walking for some neighbors. Let word of mouth spread, expand area, hire help if needed.
- Watch a couple other kids at home for an hourly cost (just make sure you know your local laws on when you become a "daycare" instead of just a
- Pick up dog crap at neighbors houses. Not kidding. Lots of dog owners are willing to pay $20 or $30 every week to have someone come out and do a job
most people don't like doing. You can also tell landscaping services about your business and they can spread the word for you to clients that aren't
cleaning up before landscaping jobs.
- Maid services.
- There are lots of cold calling sales jobs where you can work from home. Some of them allow you to set your own hours and work on commission only, so
you work as much or as little as you want.
- Build a website, blog, or video blog that generates an income. Yes, this can really be done, but it takes much more time and effort than most people
- Set up a "gig" at Fiverr.
- Create a course to sell on Udemy.
- Write e-books to sell on Amazon.
- Freelance writing (use sites like Freelancer, Upwork, Constant Content, etc.).
- Buy things at garage sales for cheap and resell them on eBay, Craigslist, the new Facebook version of Craigslist, etc.
- Uber / Lyft.
- Start making cookies, donuts, or other products and package them for local gas stations to sell as "locally made" products.
- Sell drugs, preferably marijuana as there is high demand, decent profit margins, and the penalties for getting caught are relatively low.