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Why You Should Start a Side Hustle ( 9 Hustle Ideas)

When I first Started blogging, I definitely didn't have the intention of making from it ( I had no idea you could make money from blogging) But it didn't take me long to realize that it's totally possible to turn a blog ( or another hobby) into a side hustle you can actually make income from! in this post, I'm talking about what you should start a side hustle, and I'm also sharing a few awesome side hustle Ideas!


You Can Diversify Your Income

when I first started Blogging,  I gave no thought to the idea that i might be able to monetize my blog. In fact, I didn't even know you could make money in blogging! But it didn't take me long to realize that there are a lot of people   online making a great income from their blog or online business. I don't make full time income from my blog by far, but it's nice to have a bit of extra income in addition to my full - time job.

I love my full-time job and blogging on the side, but a lot of people are side hustling with the intention of turning it into full-time job. Starting your business on the other side before quieting your job is a great way to allow you to grow slowly and stay financially stable until you're making money enough to make the leap.

Regardless of whether you want to turn your side hustle into full-time job, having an extra source of income is great! Whether you're paying off debt, saving a lot for trip, or just trying to build up your saving account, the extra income always helps!.

  You'll Have Creative Outlet

When I first think of blogging, this exactly what I did, I have always love writing and while i was doing a lot of writing in my full-time job, it didn't leave a lot room for creativity. The content i share on my site has changed significantly from the beginning. but I still love that it's my own space where I can write  about Whatever I want to!.

I will say, Blogging is no longer quite as  much of a stress relief as it was when i first started. In the beginning. it was just a hobby and was great for stress relief and just a way to focus on something fun. Since I've started making an income from my blog, there are obviously additional stressors put on it. Nevertheless, I still get a lot of joy from it and love having it as a creative outlet.

You Can also read on How To Organize Your Blog and Business

You Can Make a Career Change

if you're interested in switching career fields but don't necessarily have the resume to get job in the new field, starting a side hustle is a great way to do that! I've only worked in one field since graduating college, and by starting a blog I was able to experience in those fields I would never have otherwise, and that experience would be super helpful if I wanted to change career fields to something more relevant to blogging.

If you have a specific career fields in mind that you're hoping to switch into, think of the relevant skills you're going to need and what kind of side hustle would allow you to hone those skills.

You'll Meet New People  

This one has come as a huge surprise to me, but definitely a pleasant one! When i first started my blog, it didn't occur to me that I might be able to meet new people. I simply started it to have a creative outlet like we said earlier, However, I quickly learned that there are ton of people online doing the same thing I am, and there are so many ways to connect with them!

One of my favorite ways to connect with other bloggers and side hustlers has been through Facebook groups. There are tons of  Facebook groups specifically for those people to ask questions? ( Lots of technical question about setting up and running a blog, as well as question on growing your audience). There are also groups solely for connecting with other online business owners. I have met some awesome peoples in these groups, and blogging definitely wouldn't be the same without that online community of people who are going through all of the same struggle I am.

You Will Learn New Skills

Even if you aren't out to jump a new career, you can still learn some awesomAe new skills from side hustle! Before I started my Blog, I had no idea of the skill and hard-work that went into running a successful blog online business. When I started blogging, I decided I wanted to learn as Much as I could about blogging, social media, SEO, etc., and really dove into educating myself. I've learned so many skills over the last few years that I would never have had the chance to learn otherwise!

Even if you aren't planning on taking side hustle full-time job or switching into a new career field, these skills can be super useful in growing your side hustle and in other areas of your life and career as well. I've definitely found some of the skills I've learned to be super useful in my current full-time job,m even though it's a completely different industry!


  1. Start a Blog -  This is Definitely #1 for me! I started my first blog in 2016 and I sold it and later start this very one. Blogging is a great way of making extra money while also doing something super fun ( so I encourage you to start a blog)
  2. Open an Online Shop - Are you really crafty at Something? Start selling your goods online! you can set up a shop on site like Amazon and others
  3. Sell Digital Product- It's super easy to create and sell digital product these days. There are tons of options from online courses to eBooks to printables
  4. Teach a Skills- If you have an awesome skill, chances and someone willing to pay you to teach them. whether  you play a musical instrument or are an awesome chef, I guarantee there's a way to make money teaching someone your skills.
  5. Become a Freelancer- Whatever your skill is, Freelance them! There are tons of sites these day that connect freelancers with work opportunites
  6. Take Online Surveys- Online surveys won't make you ton of money, but a little extra here and there!
  7. Get a Part - Time Job- If you want to make a bit of extra money but aren't interested in doing anything entrepreneurial, look for a part - time job at a nearby business

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