3 Weird Ways To Make Money

Weird Ways to Make MoneyThere is more than one way to make money.

Unusual Ways To Make Money

Making money on the side is a great way to reduce your debt, give a boost to your savings, and diversify your income.

Here are three unusual ways you can make money on the side. If you would consider any of these as a way you can make some more money then let us know in the comments below.

Rent Out Your Spare Space To Tourists

airbnb
Do you have extra space in your home? If so, then you could rent out that space to tourists.

With Airbnb you can list a vacant room, post some pictures, and set your price and availability. Then other people who are visiting your city will see it and ask to stay.

So, what are you waiting for, check it out and see if you could make some money on the side and meet some interesting new people from all over Australia and the World!

Share Your Talent

vayable
Do you have some time on your hands (say on the weekends or evenings) and some local info or talent that you could share with others?

If so, you could earn money by offer a unique experience to strangers.

Whether it is bicycle ride around your local area for tourists, personalized painting lessons for locals, or a scuba diving adventure on Moreton Island – the choices are only limited by your talent and imagination.

Find out more at Vayable.

rent-a-friend

Become Someone’s Friend

Yes, you did read that correctly. You can hire yourself out to be someone else’s friend, and they will pay you for it!

RentaFriend is a website that lets you rent yourself out to be another person’s friend. You could go shopping with someone from out of town, visit someone’s aging parent, go to the movies with someone, or even be their date for a wedding.

This may sound bizarre (and let’s face it, it kind of is), but if you are friendly and love meeting new people it may be a way to earn some extra money.

Would you consider any of these as a way you can make some more money? Let us know in the comments below.

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