Working full time can be a hassle. Not only are you expected to be somewhere 40 hours a week, but then tack on the time it takes to commute on a daily basis. It can all be a bit too much. Thank goodness there are a million and one ways you can make extra cash without giving in to that 9-to-5 lifestyle that so many loathe. While there are a lot of ways to do so, we have the best ones right here for you to take advantage of. Hell, you could even do two or three of them and live a good life.
Become A Survey Taker
Penny for your thoughts? How about a couple bucks here and there? Sounds too good to be true, but companies like
Ipsos Panel and Springboard America are legit when it comes to paying people for their opinions on things you've been thinking about all this time for free; clothing, electronics, food, and all that other stuff you tweet about all day anyway.
Start Selling Your Things, Now!
Look around you. You're sitting on riches. Those jeans you haven't bothered to wear in three years, those CDs you loved in high school that are now collecting dust, that old night stand housing trash and old moisturizer. It's like they say, one man's crap is another woman's new crap. So start cleaning out those closets and selling things you definitely don't need, use or wear anymore. You can list them on
Craigslist or eBay, take them to stores like Buffalo Exchange, or have a good old fashioned yard sale. Whatever way is easiest and gives you some extra cash - go for it.
Shut Up And Drive...With Uber, Or Lyft
If you're the type of person who always likes to be on the go, but doesn't necessarily want to go to work full time - hello! Become an
Uber or a Lyft driver. All you need is three years experience behind the wheel, car insurance, have a four-door car, pass a criminal background check, be at least 21-years-old and of course have a license and you're all set! Plus, did you know our boy Jack Falahee from How To Get Away With Murder was driving for one of these before he landed in Shondaland?
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