If you are looking for ways to make that bit of extra cash on the side then there are tons of options available. It may take a little research to see if you can make enough to pay the bills or save for a holiday. Some side hustles are not very successful and will falter before you even get going. 




The first one we are going to mention is freelancing. This is great, particularly if you have a specific interest or niche ability. You can advertise your services on various freelance websites. Fill in all the necessary information, set your prices and availability, then watch the offers roll in. The great thing about freelancing is you can choose when you are going to work, if on a set day you are not feeling up to it then you don’t have to worry about calling in sick to work or reporting to your boss. 


Selling Items


If you have items that you make at home then you can sell these online or at craft and gift fairs. People love personalized items, either for themselves or to buy for Christmas and birthday presents. You will find that if you sell items online that your busiest time will be around special occasions. You can of course get into the buying and selling business especially if you have stuff laying around and you need some extra cash. You could also go to auctions and car boot sales to buy things cheap and then sell them on. 

One example is if you have a collection of beanie babies, the value of these will rise and fall throughout the year. If you have one of the rarer ones then you will need to check online your beanie babies value. There will always be collectors out there on the lookout for the rarer beanie babies. 





If you have a genuine love for teaching and helping others then why not think about getting into tutoring. With the pandemic and lockdowns, a lot of children were forced to work from home. This has consequently ended up with a few children falling behind where they should be. Parents are therefore on the hunt for good quality tutors to help their child reach their full potential. 

You can set your own hours and work this around your current job. You could do some in your lunch break, or after work in the evenings. 




Blogging is one of the best side hustles you can get into. It can be done from absolutely anywhere in the world and all you need is a laptop or PC. One of the problems you can run into with blogging is that your target audience and content are not something that will make you money. It has to be of interest to people and contain good quality articles and talks for people to be interested and share their interest with other people. 

You can make money from blogging by having guest posts mention their products or recommending other businesses ‘ products in your own posts. When readers click on the links to the buyer’s pages this makes you a small commission. 


We hope you found this article helpful and it gives you a few ideas on how to make some money. It is worth remembering that with most if not all of these positions that you will need to sort out your own taxes. Side hustles are classed as being self-employed and if you earn over the minimum tax amount then taxes will need to be paid. Bear that in mind when you think about pricing. 


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