I do a number of things in a given month to ease the financial load on my household, and to slowly ease my way away from working an unfulfilling desk job. Some of these things are lucrative, some of them are infrequent, and sometimes they just don’t work. However, for the things that do work, I’ve started keeping track! If you’re interested in learning more about how I earn extra money, read below!
Checkout51 rebate – 22.30$
Save.ca rebate – 6.00$
Fiverr commissions – 88$
Selling items online – 45.18$
Checkout51 and Save.ca are both grocery cashback apps for a smartphone. They’re incredibly easy to use, and require little muss or fuss, not to mention very little time. There are others that I’ve been using, but I haven’t earned enough cashback on those to be able to cash out, so they’re not on the list yet.
Fiverr is a website that I’ve been using for over 3 years in order to sell my services as a writer, translator, and proofreader. Some months I get zero income, and some months (like September) I get a lot more.
Finally, I’ve been selling a few of my no-longer-being-used items online, mostly through Facebook pages, and this month sold 3 t-shirts and 2 of Gremlin’s old fleece hoodies. Not bad at all!
I hope this is helpful information for you, and if you have any further questions, leave them in the comments below and I’ll answer them as soon as I can!
Thanks for reading!