Today, I want to talk about one specific idea, trying to make money selling Legos online. There can be no doubt that, as a product, Legos truly are popular. In some ways, that popularity is even increasing over time, especially with all the new sets that get released.
This category is for all the varieties of ways to make money on the side, including some non traditional ideas or breakdowns of more familiar gigs.
There's lots of app reviews, survey reviews, website reviews, writing gig reviews, and collected information on "rumors" of how to earn money online. Sometimes, an idea sounds great but you don't know until you try (or at least collect information from other people that tried!)
Don't worry. Not all of the topics discussed are all about living in the online world. There's plenty of other stuff like mowing lawns, hauling garbage, or even being a camgirl (What, you don't think they rake in cash?).
Being a high school teacher can be an incredibly rewarding role, especially as you are helping to make a difference in the lives of teenagers. Yet, from the financial perspective, teaching comes with its own challenges. Often teachers find that they make relatively little while putting in long hours and dealing with stressful days.
With the popularity of computers, the idea to make money selling software online can sound like a great plan. If done right, it can be a good way to make money, especially if you are promoting something that people actually want and need. But, actually being successful in this field is a bit more complex than it first appears.
Regardless of whether you work for yourself or for a company, deciding to make more money as a graphic designer is certainly an achievable goal. But, this begs the question, how do you make extra money reliably as a graphic designer, without subjecting yourself to an excessive amount of stress along the way?
There are many of us who want to make a bit of extra money on the side, so why not turn to your family dog to do so? Admittedly, this might sound like a rather strange proposition but it isn’t as unusual as you might think. Instead, the idea to make money with your dog can actually work.
With so many people wanting to get healthier and improve their diets, you would think that being a registered dietitian would be a lucrative job. For some, this may be true, but many others find themselves stuck earning less than they would like and feeling undervalued. But, as a registered dietitian, you do have an appealing set of skills and knowledge, so there’s no reason that you can’t make more money.
If you’re a photographer at heart or even if you just happen to have a camera, trying to make money with your digital camera can be an appealing idea. And, why not? Even if you’re an amateur photographer with a fairly cheap camera it’s still possible to take some pretty amazing photos. But, turning those images into money, well, that’s a different story altogether.
The online environment has become a powerful tool for selling just about everything you can image and greeting cards are no exception to that rule. Now, the idea that you can make money selling greeting cards online might sound a little bit strange but this is actually something that people do and some have turned this into a surprisingly successful business.
One of the most interesting things about the internet is that people sell just about anything online. Regardless of what you’re thinking about, with enough digging you can probably find someone selling it online. In many cases, these products can even be a pretty effective way to make some profit or even earn a living. Here, I’m going to focus on one specific way, which is the potential to make money selling used books online.
For many of us, Facebook is a time-wasting hobby and it’s easy to end up spending far too much time on there. So, if you are on Facebook anyway, why not turn it into a money making venture? With this post, I want to take a look at what’s involved in doing so and separate out the facts from the hype.