Are you itching for an extra vacation this year? Or maybe you need some extra funds to catch up on bills from a previous incident that prevented you from working. Whatever your reason for needing a little extra income, there is something you can do to earn money from home.

But, what, you ask?

From traditional freelance work to more modern functions that pay, earning money from home has never been easier. All you have to do is know where to look. And that just got easier, too.

In this article, we’re discussing several different ways to supplement your income from home. Keep reading to learn more. 

11 Easy Ways to Earn Money From Home

If you’re looking for a job that allows you to take a day off anytime you want, then you need to learn how to get paid from home. It will take a little effort on your end at first, but then you’ll be well on your way to earning toward those specific financial goals you have.

Let’s take a look.

Apps

There are a lot of companies out there that will pay you just for installing their apps on your phone or mobile device. If you’re a stickler about ads and don’t want to use up data space, this may not be a method to try. But, once you install the apps, you could make up to and even more than $300 per year.

Surveys

As long as you have access to a high-speed internet connection, you can get paid to take surveys online. There are multiple sites that offer paid surveys. All you have to do is sign up with a valid email address and they’ll send you the surveys as they become available. 

This is a viable way to earn anywhere from $5 to over $100 per month in your spare time. 

Uber/Lyft

If you live anywhere near a metropolis, you’ve probably heard of Uber and Lyft. If you live close enough, you could sign up to drive for them and start earning extra cash wherever you go.

Uber also has a subsidiary service called UberEats for those that don’t have a qualifying vehicle for the taxi program. You don’t even have to have a car for UberEats, you can use your bike or scooter to deliver food. And, you’re eligible for tips.

Be a Courier – Postmates

Besides Uber and Lyft, there are other gigs you sign up for to make deliveries. Postmates is the most popular courier service that hires freelancers and the process is easy.

All you have to do is log in to the site and create an account. Once Postmates verifies your identity, they’ll send you a startup kit. From there, get the app and wait to start accepting deliveries.

Grocery Shopping – Instacart

Within the same concept is the company Instacart. You can sign up with them to become a private shopper for paying customers. You can sign up as either a full-service shopper or in-store shopper, both of which hold different criteria for joining.

If you already spend a lot of time at the grocery store, this is a great way to help a neighbor in need and make some extra cash at the same time.

Blogging

One of the easiest and smartest ways to make a home income is to simply start your own blog. It’s just like what you’re reading here except you’ll write about your own favorite topics and ideas, publish them online and wait for the proceeds to start rolling in.

Many full-time bloggers report passive incomes of anywhere from $30,000 to well over $200,000 per year. If it’s just a side-gig you’re looking for, you can expect to make at least a few hundred extra dollars per month. 

Writing

Similar to blogging, you can make a living from home writing about various topics that interest you and submitting articles to publications like magazines. Some online publications also accept freelance work. 

Get a recent copy of the Writer’s Market which will give you access to thousands of publications that pay for well-written content.

Transcription

You may have seen the ads for transcription online writers in your recent job searches. That’s because there is a high demand for transcriptionists.

Entry level transcriptionists can expect to earn anywhere from $15 to $20 per hour while more advanced level transcriptionists can expect to earn about $25-$30 per hour.

Some companies will hire and train you so there is no pre-certification required. 

Rent Your Car (and Other Goods)

In this new era of technology and automation, there is even a way to earn money by renting your car. You can also rent out things from your home that you don’t regularly use like the treadmill in the garage or the kayak that you only use once per year.

To rent your car, look for the app Getaround. It allows you to post your vehicle up for rent and connects you to people in your area that are in need of a car. Fat Llama is a good site for other goods that you may want to rent.

Airbnb – Rent a Room

Do you have an extra room in your home that rarely sees humans? Why not rent it out from time to time to help pay the mortgage? Better yet, rent your whole house while you’re away on summer vacation and winter break. 

Airbnb allows you to create a listing, upload photos and set a price for your rental space. Once your listing goes live, it’s available for the taking.  

Final Thoughts 

There are lots of ways to earn money from home if you have the time, energy, and creativity in some cases. All you have to do is learn how to manage your time and finances well and you’ll be well on your way to your financial goals with a little side cash in your pocket. 

If you know of more ways to make money working from home, we’d love to hear from you. Likewise, if you have any questions about this post, feel free to contact us! We strive to bring you updated and accurate information about the things you need to know most.

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