Other Money Making Ideas:
1) You can find goods to sell on eBay on Craigslist, Garage Sales, Big Box stores like Sam’s and Costco and in your own home. I bet most of us have stuff we haven’t used in months that could be auctioned off on eBay to make a quick dollar or two.
2) Time was once where you could go out and hit Garage sales and Estate auctions and bring the stuff back to your home, list it on eBay and make some good money. You can still do that, but the money isn’t as good as it once was because of the higher listing fees and many of the commercial companies drowning out the smaller individual auctions.
3) There are any number of places on the Internet where you can go and sign up as a freelance writer. Many people do not realize that there is a great demand for Writers due to the need for Content on the Internet. I myself buy a lot of articles written by several of these services. Businesses, Internet Marketers and mainstream sites like About.com all use freelance writers. The best part is, you don’t have to be an expert writer in most cases.
You did it as a teenager so why not babysit as an adult. You’d need a license and state accreditation to provide regular child care in your home but occasional babysitting in your or a client’s home requires nothing but patience and a talent for child care. Look on CraigsList under “Gigs” and “Domestic” to get your business started. The University of Illinois Extension can get you started in th
5) Deliver Phone Books
This is a fairly simple opportunity that can make anywhere between $7 and $10 per hour. You’re responsible, however, for paying for gas and must have a dependable car, but the rest is provided.PhoneBooks .com can connect you to
6) Paper Route
It’s a nasty job, but somebody has to do it and it’s a quick way to earn cash. Newspaper delivery is almost always performed in the early morning hours, usually by 3:30 a.m. Don’t forget to check with local weekly newspapers to see if they need delivery assistance. You’ll likely need a dependable car as today’s delivery routes are so large you can’t complete them in the time required.