Hey everyone! I am currently in St. Thomas (WOOHOO!) and have some wonderful posts lined up for while I'm gone. I always love finding new blogs, so I hope you enjoy these great writers who were actually willing to guest post for me 😛 Don't forget to read Sunday's guest post on Why She Loves Her Budget, Monday's post on New York City travel tips, and yesterday's post on Money Saving Tips For Your Vacation.
This is a guest post from eemusings, a writer from Auckland, New Zealand. Visit her blog NZ Muse for straight talk about all things personal finance and lifestyle (career, relationships, food, travel); she also tweets as @eemusings.
I've gotten to grips, sort of, with the fact I'll probably never feel properly financially secure. It's never enough, and I know how easily things can go pear-shaped.
Since I moved out at age 17, I've always cultivated multiple income sources. It's hard for me to sit still when I could be side hustling and padding the bank account a little more – money gives you choices, and the more options you have in life, the better, IMO!
I've eased off on this recently (I wanted more free time) but now I'm getting back into it with an eye to reaching some hairy savings goals next year.
Here are some of the random ways I've brought in extra money (aside from my main job) over the years: