To make money quickly, look for odd jobs like dog-walking, yard work, or running errands for elderly neighbors. You can also try selling off old things you don’t need anymore, like books, CDs, DVDs, furniture, and clothes. Alternatively, use your talents to make money by selling crafts, taking photos at events, designing web images, or starting a blog about something you love. If you have a car, try driving for a ride sharing company or food delivery service, since you can set your own hours and work as much or as little as you want. For longer-term money-making gigs, consider attending a trade school, community college, or university.
September 1, 2020