Sunday Side Hustles.

Sunday’s are for the side hustle you never knew you needed! A side hustle can be an area you’ve expressed interest in or an area you are extremely passionate about. What’s vital to flourish a side hustle is commitment and consistency.

Personally, I dedicate time every few weeks to develop content for my blog. I knew from a young age I really enjoyed writing. When I was ten years old I wrote my first diary entry and was impressed with my interest to write. By the time I was twelve I wrote my very first poem, which I read at my school Remembrance Day (Canadian holiday) assembly. Now fast forward to 2020, having the passion to design a platform where I could combine my love for writing, culture and HR I made “YasiminAbir HR”. I am tremendously grateful for the progress, the endless learning, the virtual community, and seeing the fruits of my labour. In this post I want to share tips on how to get started and some recommendations for ideas.

Have you ever wanted to make extra money but didn’t know where to start? If a side hustle is something you are interested in I’ve put together some suggestions.

Consider the following:

  1. Find something you are passionate about.
  2. Stop overthinking it and get started now.
  3. Do research on the side hustle idea (to confirm feasibility).
  4. Do both short-term and long-term planning.
  5. Write out the pros and cons.
  6. Think of unique or creative ventures.
  7. Make sure there will be more gains then losses.

Start here:

  1. Tutoring (Online or in-person).
  2. Start a blog.
  3. Sell or flip products online.
  4. Take on projects on Upwork.
  5. Start consulting.
  6. Uber Driver.
  7. Airbnb.
  8. Build content on Instagram/Youtube.

Although, monetizing our efforts is a goal it’s important to build a rapport with clientele. Every experience can be fun and a learning curve don’t be discouraged. This is your friendly HR lady reminding you to start this Sunday on your side hustle you won’t be disappointed!

Published by yasiminabir

30' something year old - HR Professional, living in Toronto, Canada. Mom of one, avid reader, traveler, self-proclaimed foodie and Netflix connoisseur. Follow along my journey as I navigate through some transitions in my HR career, while starting my Masters.

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