One day when I was bored and wanted to research something for fun I decided to find out how to turn items I owned into ways to make money. First I went around and took inventory of my possessions and my spaces then I went online to see if other people had used some of those items for making money. Then I came up with my own ideas. I decided to revisit these ideas in case I needed to have a financial boost after the stay at home mandate is over. Some I can start using now if I can still socially distance.
Items that can be used to make money:
Cell phone, computer, and internet (if I only made $30 I'd be paying for my cell phone bill)
Car ( I could deliver items to shut ins and help pay for gas and oil because the car is paid for)
Piano or other musical instruments ( I could teach enough students to pay for my student loan bill)
Sewing Machine ( make masks, reusable wipes, repair clothing instead of buying new, etc.)
Washer and Dryer ( do others laundry to pay for soap and water bill)
Garden Spot and supplies ( I could see about selling at the Gardener's Market or trading with others)
Kitchen ( I could create recipes and demonstrate them on YouTube)
Crochet hooks and yarn ( I could make baby afghans, hats, bags, to use for gifts)
This weeks financial challenge is to use the above list along with things you add and create ways you can make money using them.