We, at imoonlight, kick off October with a bang. We welcomed a newborn into our family which, like many out there, adds a few more responsibilities into the mix. The growth in side hustles didn’t stand still though, read more for our weekly wrap up.
Whilst it may be part way through Fall, a Sr. Digital Marketing Strategist and Producer explains why he gets excited about Fall and has listed out his goals for the season. Read Jim Gray’s optimistic to-do-list for the Fall.
This week I stumbled across Side Hustle Rage, a weekly podcast where interviewees take time out of their day to share their wisdom. No doubt they are all working through optimistic to-do-lists too. We urge you to browse through their collection of podcasts, take note of the hints and tips, and be inspired in creating your own side gig.
Author Chris Guillebeau continues to promote his new book “Side Hustle: From Idea to Income in 27 Days” snagging an interview with ABC News.
ABC News found some savvy American’s running good side hustles.
- Alexandra Kennin makes $50,000 a year running hiking tours in the city of San Francisco
- Alicia Ostarello and Angie Sommer earn about gross $15,000 a year writing wedding vows and speeches
A few inspiring and different gigs there but we also found The Sports Daily looking a little bit differently about how you can invest your time to make being a sports fan your side hustle.
CNBC throws down a word of warning … don’t get a side hustle to pay off debt. Whilst the title does seem a little like click bait, the important take home here is that if you are struggling financially make sure your outgoings are in check. We love that side gigs can provide extra income, ignite passion and upskill hustlers but don’t spend your downtime to live outside your means.
For those needing a trade or service, imoonlight allows users to search through common trade and service categories; baking cakes, tutoring, bookkeeping, etc. Moonlighters can specify what days they are available to work, their experience and where appropriate, confirm that they have the necessary qualifications to legally do the job.