It isn’t always easy living paycheck to paycheck, watching the bank balance dwindle as you count the days down to the next pay day. However, so many people have no choice but to live this way, or do they? More people are exploring the option of working from home and earning extra during their spare time. It’s much easier to capitalise on your hobbies, your interests, and talents, which is why I thought I should share with you some of the ways you could do it.

Start a blog

If you have a flare for the written word, then why not put those skills to good use and start a blog? It’s one of the simplest ways to satisfy a craving for doing something different, and these days you can even earn some income from it. Thanks to advertising opportunities through affiliate marketing and platforms like Google Ads, you can run adverts or include links where you can earn an income. Furthermore, if you have a niche, a brand may get in touch wanting to collaborate with you on things like review opportunities or sponsored content. Some of the most successful bloggers can earn a staggering six-figure sum each year. Of course, it doesn’t happen overnight, and blogs do take work and dedication. But it could turn into a great side earner for you.

Turn a creative hobby into a business

Perhaps you have a hobby that you are talented in, maybe sewing, making clothes, or craft items. This is when you could turn your hobby into a fully fledged at home business. Websites like eBay and Etsy provide the perfect platform to sell your products, without too much outlay from yourself. You could also consider your packaging and branding, helping you to take a small business to the next level. Things like rubber stamps that have your business name and website can make a quick and easy touch to packaging, with a professional look. You could even consider creating your own website or using social media to promote your business to friends and family. There are so many options you could consider, that one day this could become your full-time job.


Capitalise on online side hustles

If you haven’t got too much time to commit to earning extra income, then taking advantage of the online world could help you earn a little extra. Filling out surveys online, taking on mystery shops or reviewing websites and providing feedback. Doing things little and often can build up a great side earner for you. There are even phone applications you can download meaning you are enabling yourself to earn on the go. Perhaps while sat in your daily work commute.

Save money on your existing expenses

Finally, the last way you could expand your earning potential is to simply make savings on your current outgoings. Things like your grocery bill and even saving on necessities like clothing or your energy bills. Meal planning is a great way to reduce your food bill and waste, and you could save a fortune by switching energy provider. There are plenty of articles online filled with inspirational ways to save on your outgoings, increasing your disposable income.

I hope this helps you expand your earning potential.


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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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