Are you currently dominating in your nine to five? Do you see yourself working a full-time gig all while maintaining your side-hustle? Does a few extra bucks in the bank each month sound enticing? If you answered yes to any of these questions then keep on reading!

Making some extra money each week by diving into a side hustle can be extremely rewarding. There are so many small side hustle gigs that are suitable for full-time workers that simply want to invest in making more money. Below is a list of easy and profitable side hustles to any full-time worker looking to get some extra coins and make money moves.

  1. Airbnb Host

Becoming an Airbnb host is one of the easiest and most self-sufficient ways to make some extra money. If you have a spare room in your house or even a completely empty property that isn’t in use—put it to use! Airbnb is an extra stream of income and is an easy way to have consistent cash flow throughout each month.

  1. Uber/Lyft

Carpooling services such as Uber and Lyft are both great resources for extra revenue. If you’re free from your nine to five on the weekends, why not use those days to rack up some extra mula! Uber and Lyft has each of its drivers go through a verification before officially giving them their kits to drive for bucks. So if you enjoy meeting new people every day and you don’t mind driving through the town, then Uber or Lyft could be a perfect source of  extra income for you.

  1. Uber Eats/Door Dash

Uber Eats and Door Dash are both services that require carpooling (but for food). Similar to Uber and Lyft, however instead of transporting people from one place to another, you’re instead transporting meals from one place to another. Uber Eats and Door Dash gives its drivers the flexibility to decide when they would like to work (much like Uber and Lyft), so if you’re interested in making a lot more money on the weekends, then you’re given the option to work as much or as little as you want! Being your own boss  and deciding when to work is definitely a benefit with this side hustle.

  1. Freelance Writing

If you are someone that truly loves to write and enjoys writing for long periods of time, you may want to consider freelance writing. Freelance writing can be the perfect side hustle for anyone who enjoys writing for websites, blogs, online magazine, and so much more—the list literally goes on and on. Because the world is full of some much news and content, there is always a high demand for freelance writers. Get paid for your passion while juggling your full-time gig!

  1. Blogging

Blogging is one of the most diverse side hustle today. It doesn’t cost much to get it started and you can literally make money from the palm of your hands. Many bloggers don’t reap the benefits of their content right off the bat, however with a lot of patience, persistence, and diligence, blogging will definitely pay off (and pay you) in the long run.

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