Post # 1
Okay, I am a special education teacher and I’m looking for flexible side job options that give us some extra money to save. We are not in a hard place financially but I would love to contribute more than my pittance of a teachers salary. He is a blue collar worker and we will never be rich through our careers which is totally okay! I just would like to help more than I do. I know the whole tutoring thing. I tried that this past year and had one student and they backed out cause the parents didn’t feel it was needed anymore.
Please, NO Beachbody/ Wrap things/ Teeth whitening thing or whatever….
Post # 2
A couple years ago I worked for a promo company here in Manhattan (but it had jobs available everywhere). You’d sign up via text or email and get paid like 20$/HR to wear a red bull t shirt or something & chat with people.
One holiday season they had an opening to sell perfume at Express & we got cash prizes based on our sales.
Do you wait tables? This was always my back up
Post # 3
Essential oils and lu la roe are popular and in demand in case you do consider becoming a distributor for something. Otherwise I opened up my own Etsy shop and do sewing crafts. Crochet is easy to learn and you can sell on local Facebook swap sites. I guess you could narrow down some ideas based on your interests and hobbies and go from there.
Post # 4
- Wedding: April 2017 - Kaneohe, Hawaii
How about doing respite/baby sitting in your home or at others peoples homes? Or working at group homes for kids? Something that you have experience with.
Post # 5
Have you looked into on line tutoring?
Post # 6
I worked for an in-home care service for awhile. It was mostly just doing basic chores around the house, reminding them to take thier pills, taking them to appointments, and keeping them company.
I set my own hours and had control of how many hours I could do each week. It was a great side job. It was low-stress and usually a pleasant way to spend a few hours. And I met some really great people.
Post # 7
I’m actually doing both online tutoring and private yoga lessons for people. I get to make my own schedule and it’s a nice little chunk of cash I can save for our honeymoon.
Post # 8
soon2behb : I work in a stall at a market on weekends which I love. It’s good money and different enough to my desk job that I still feel like I’m having a weekend.
Often people at markets need a little bit of help on the weekends, these positions are rarely advertised, if you are interested, ask around in your network or go down to a market and ask all the stall holders if they need any staff.
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Post # 10
Get a job with one of the big tutoring companies like Princeton review. It may pay a bit less but they find the students and provide the materials. Easy money if you don’t mind standardized testing!
Post # 11
Casual weekend retail work?
Post # 12
uber/lyft , or bartending?
Post # 13
I have a teacher friend that raves about VIPKID. From what i understand, it’s an online tutoring program i THINK for ESL kids. She’s really happy with the income she generates from it.
I have an Etsy shop that does pretty decent but it’s definitely a lot of work to get it up and running. In the past, i’ve bartended on weekends but don’t have the energy or patience for that anymore lol
Post # 14
beevincent18 : MrsJumboKappo : Unfortunately, my car does not qualify for those services.
Post # 15
pearleaf : Who do you do your tutoring through? Online tutoring would be great! Only problem is I haven’t found a website since many are for college students or very specialized and out of my normal teaching.