Odd jobs serve many purposes. Whether you are trying to fill a financial void, work but maintain flexibility for kids or save for a rainy day, little ways to earn extra cash exist all around us.
Over the years, I have taste-tested, skin-tested, and kid-tested more than one product for the home. I temped, taught and tried numerous tactics to work from home between loading laundry and mopping my floors.
Several advantages to odd jobs include short-term commitments, quick pay and unexpected cash in the pocket. Disadvantages may include low-pay, little notice and unreliablility in the long-run unless you really do happen on that perceived unmet need you can offer that pays off somewhere in your life.
The elusive trick to earning miscellaneous income is identifying who out there is willing to pay that little extra for a service you can offer to free up his or her valuable time.
Louise Sacco from the Frugal Yankee Radio Hour shares several ways to “find” cash.
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