Hey friends! The New Year is here! I put together 20 ways to earn extra money for the holidays that can carry over to 2017. I specifically selected opportunities for this list that: a. You could start and make money from within a few weeks. b. Are low-stress types of jobs. Who wants more stress after working their full-time job? Let’s dig in! 1. Start at your current job. The easiest and fastest way to
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Today, I’m hitting you with a video. Can I get a hand clap? In an effort to bring you more side hustle and business inspiration, I sat down with freelance photographer Leslie Mairs of Make My Colors Melt. She’s a stay-at-home mom who launched a photography business from scratch, and her hustle has grown from small projects to full-on corporate accounts and festivals! Leslie dishes on her first paying gig and how she made the
Bigger, better, and badder than ever before. Okay, let me not get ahead of myself. A few years ago, I put together a monster list of things you can do instead of watching TV. Since this site is all about getting our money + lives together, I updated the list to include things you can do to make more money, save more money, and be all around productive. Booyahhhhh! Before we get started, download the printable
Update: I removed most of the freelancing and blogging related posts from this site because I have nothing new to add to what’s already out there. However, this post is one that a lot of readers have found helpful, so I left it here. 🙂 Cheers! Another #myfirsthustledollar series post my friends. In this series, I ask peeps how they made their first independent dollar because often the first one is the hardest. Our mission
Updated May 2, 2017 “I gotta keep it super real wit ya, shooorrtttaaay.” It seems every time I sit down to write a post a song lyric pops into my head that relates to what I want to dig into. This one compliments of PartyNextDoor. 🙂 Before I jump into a little back story: The goal with everything I write is to be helpful. Always. So I’m letting you in on one of my struggles.
Updated May 2, 2017 It’s time to talk about fear today, guys. The crippling fear of rejection that holds you back from pitching high paying clients and requesting more money for your work. So to start, I’ll just put it out there: I have anxiety. By anxiety, I mean the “real” kind of anxiety. Not the one where your palms occasionally sweat before a major presentation or job interview. I’m talking about the one where