To ask, if anyone has a sideline they earn a second income from?
SpankTheMonkey · 12/10/2018 20:27
Really struggling at the minute
Like really bad
We are on basic/cheapest packages for everything / Don't have holidays...and have some family circumstances that aren't changeable
anniehm · 12/10/2018 21:51
I cook meals for people too busy/lazy to cook but wanting to impress, or just families wanting home cooked stuff. You need to get your kitchen certified by the council hygiene people or have access to a commercial kitchen (I do at work). Can make good money for dinner parties in particular, funerals gatherings are surprisingly lucrative too
SummerGems · 12/10/2018 21:54
And just to add, if other people are encouraged to gamble through it then that surely isn’t anyone’s responsibility other than the gambler’s... so I don’t have any moral issue with matched betting, just wanted to know how complicated it is and whether the amount of work involved is actually worth it... had read somewhere that it isn’t as it takes hours and hours which when added up don’t actually add up to a huge amount of money....
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MouseholeCat · 12/10/2018 22:21
One of my friends earns a really, really good side income from podcasting but it's a lot of effort.
Between matched betting, mystery shopping and eBay I've made £200-£500/month in the past which got us through a tight spot.
I know a few people who do Dominoes delivery in the evening. Or you can get work from home customer service jobs.
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