3 Side Hustles That You Can Start TODAY

3 side hustles that you can start today

3 side hustles that you can start today

Looking for a side hustle that you can start TODAY? Here are 3 ways to expand your portfolio and make money in your sleep.


If you’re an artist or handlettering pro, selling your work via Society6 is a no brainer! All you have to do is upload your designs, pick which products you want them on, and Society6 does the rest. You don’t have to worry about site hosting fees, buying inventory or shipping. If you are like me, and don’t have an artistic bone in your body, but you have a witty slogan that would be great for a t-shirt or coffee mug, a graphic designer from Fiverr can bring your vision to life for just $5.

Which brings me to my next point…


I’ve used fiverr SO much in the past few years. Here are some examples of what I’ve gotten done via fiverr: digital products, product tutorial videos, resumes, video voiceovers, hand lettering and more. If you are good at any of those things I mentioned above, you may be able to make a few quick bucks using your talents and helping other small business owners get stuff done! Disclaimer: I typically use fiverr for small projects.


If you have an extra room, or will be out of town for an extended period of time, consider renting a room on Airbnb, Homeaway, VRBO, or Breather. We bought an apartment for the sole purpose of renting it out, and it has been such an amazing experience! However, you don’t have to own your place to make money renting a room! Serial entrepreneur, Marshall Haas, was able to live rent free and make passive income by renting out his apartments across the globe.

If you have tried any of these we would love to hear from you! Comment below or drop Kendra a line at kb (at) aislealwayslove.com 

Happy Side-Hustling!

This article is written by Kendra Barnes, and originally appeared on Ladypreneur League

Ladypreneur League

Ladypreneur League is a social networking group and career and lifestyle platform for millennial women entrepreneurs. The organization's mission to create a hub for women business owners invested in supporting each other’s successes and interested in collaborating to embark on new projects.

No Comments Yet

Comments are closed