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Side Hustles

Started by kodydog, January 15, 2019, 06:28:37 am

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It seems like this is the first time in my life where I don't have some kind of job on the side to pick up a little extra cash. Whether working for someone else or figuring out ways to add extra income to our business. The last two years have been great with a steady work load and our prices where they should be. We are able to turn down undesirable jobs and this is the first time in a long time we are booked solid through January and February. Here is another interesting article from Manta
Work is no longer limited by traditional nine-to-five jobs. it is easier than ever to earn cash on the side without sacrificing too much of your time or sanity.
There cannot be a crisis next week. My schedule is already full.


For the last ten years any customer that asks me " what else do you do"  I say ...minor handyman type work.  It's been a great fill in when there are slow periods.  I'll hang shelves, wall art - mirrors, fix kitchen cabinet doors - adjust hinges, anything that can be done using my everyday tools   - today I had a call from the lady I did the cane chair for last week.  Her front and back door bolts were sticking.  I had to file down the mortise plate on both so the bolt passes without hitting.  Winter shrinkage issue - an otherwise slow day I made my pay in one hour.  It's also a nice change from having to smell lacquer -


There are buyers looking for someone to do side work and will pay cash.  A side job almost requires
cash - putting taxes in perspective.

Cash can make a incentive!