There are plenty of bloggers making money with physical products. Many like Liz Marie create merchandise for their followers, such as t-shirts, tote bags, or mugs.
Kristof is the editor of SideHusl.com, an independent site that reviews hundreds of money-making opportunities in the gig economy.
As much as everyone loves fantasy and the surreal world of anime, one still needs mundane things spread throughout a story in order to be able to relate to it. These details make a character that much more lovable in the long run and feed the imagination of viewers by spicing up the dullest aspects of day-to-day life.
"This is a lesser-known app," says Ha, who has at times worked more than a dozen side hustles simultaneously, and he's been surprised at how much it's helped him bring in. He made $70 on ProductTube in April, according to the monthly earnings reports from his site. Since the start of the year, he's pulled in $125.
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“I had anxiety because my friends were finding jobs, and I perceived them as being wildly successful while I wasn’t,” Ruark says. “What’s interesting is, after talking about it with them, I realized all my friends had the same anxieties about perceiving others’ successes. We laugh about it now, but to think about it, [feeling anxious] was a waste of time and energy.”
An immunocompromised woman who rents an apartment in the Merriman Valley said workers at the corporate office where she prepared sushi before the pandemic are still working from home. She's got eight years of experience cooking but would prefer a job working from home, if she could find one.