If you’re looking to earn some extra money, here are a few side hustles to consider:
First: Teach classes online. It’s fairly easy to share your skills for things like cooking, quilting, coding, gardening, and do-it-yourself projects. With just a smartphone camera, and a few editing skills, you can post classes on a website like Teachable or Udemy — that’s U-D-E-M-Y. The websites take a percentage, but once your class is uploaded, you earn money whenever someone watches your course videos
Another way to make extra money: Selling photos of local events, like farmers markets, fairs, sporting events, and school performances. All you have to do is post them on Snapped4U……That’s Snapped, the number 4 and the letter “U”. That way, anyone who wants a copy just pays and downloads the file.
Finally: If you’re really good at catching grammar and punctuation mistakes, try proofreading! Websites like Polished Paper and Upwork hire freelancers to proofread books, medical papers, school essays and more. And you can earn $26 dollars an hour, on average.