When times are tough and money is tight (oh, hello COVID), we have to find other ways to keep moving forward. Luckily, we have this mystical magic at our fingertips, a little thing called the Internet.

Thank goodness for that, because I don’t know what I’d be doing otherwise. I know so many people around the world who are struggling right now. Heck, I’m one of them. With that being said, let’s get straight to the good stuff. After all, that’s what your here for, isn’t it?

Have Fun Conversations and Teach English (or any language!) with iTalki

iTalki is actually one of the main reasons I could afford to live in Thailand. You get to meet people from all over the world, create your own schedule, and set your own pay. You can literally work from anywhere, as long as you have a strong internet connection. Read more about iTalki and why I’m obsessed with it here!

Bake and Sell Cookies from Home

I actually stole this idea from one of my best friends at home. Not baking them, I’d be terrible at that. I would just eat all the profits. But she started out making them for fun, then branched out to friends and family once COVID hit. I’ve already told her she’ll be making them for my wedding. I suppose I need a boyfriend for that, first, though…

Anyway, baking is a fun and easy way to make a little extra cash and spread some food comfort to friends, family, and those in your area!

PS Shameless plug, her insta is @oliviamarkoski if you’re interested 😉

Make An OnlyFans Account

Ha, just kidding. Scroll on. But hey, if you’re interested, go for it!

Create Content, Websites, and Social Media Plans

Odds are, if you’re reading this, you’re technologically savvy enough to maneuver the web and other social media platforms. Considering most of the world has relocated to working at home and is moving business online, this is the ideal time for us!

Use your social media-minded brains to optimize the platforms and accounts of other companies for important metrics like SEO, user reach, engagement, and content creation. Not sure where to start? There are loads of how-to videos on YouTube, and even more classes that are available to take online. You have fingers for typing, a go-get-em attitude, and the desire to learn? Looks like you’re ready to get started!

Have questions? Advice? Get in touch and shoot me an email 🙂

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