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Don’t want to leave your house? Let the money come to you instead.
“More people are working from home, which means people multitask,” says Ashley Kirkwood, an author and entrepreneur. “The internet has given people endless opportunities to connect with potential customers.” Nearly two in five Americans have a side hustle, according to research from Zapier, a marketing automation company.
Side hustles are an excellent way to add extra money to your bank account every month. But some require working nights and weekends, or running errands around town, which may not be viable for remote workers who have family responsibilities or other commitments during the day. A side hustle that can be done entirely from home can help you pursue financial independence goals.
Here are the nine best side hustles you can do from home this month, along with advice from people who do them every day.
9 Side Hustles You Can Do From Home
- Rent spare rooms or equipment.
- Pet sit animals in your home.
- Sell new or used items online.
- Get paid to blog.
- Offer online coaching or courses.
- Take on freelance work.
- Start a YouTube channel.
- Launch a podcast.
- Teach English or tutor online.
No. 1: Rent Spare Rooms or Equipment
You may not even need to be a homeowner to sublet part of your living space. An extra room or even your couch could be rented out on platforms such as Airbnb or Vrbo, as long as sublets are allowed in your lease and local zoning laws are followed. Renting space is a side hustle that allows you to make money without requiring a considerable commitment or time.
Don’t have any extra space? There are other ways to take advantage of the sublet economy. If you have a spare car, you could rent it out on a platform like Turo or HyreCar. Even products like vending machines can make you extra money without you having to leave your home on a regular basis.
No. 2: Pet Sit Animals in Your Home
Believe it or not, watching other people’s animals is a multi-billion dollar industry, according to reporting from Grand View Research, a data research company. People who are …….