I have the most bad-ass, awesome side hustle ever for you guys today. Who would like to get paid to travel all over the USA and other countries for four months, drink massive amounts of craft beer, and blog about the experience? Sound amazing?
Even if you have a full time job and a family, I want you to apply to be a World of Beer intern if traveling the world and drinking beer appeals to you. In this post, I’ll tell you about the side hustle of a lifetime, why our married with kids readers should definitely apply, and why you need to apply even if you have a full time job you THINK you can’t walk away from for 4 month. Continue reading “Side hustle awesomeness: get paid for drinking beer”
When I was in graduate school many, many beards ago, I built up a pretty decent little side hustle that was bringing in over $3,000 per month. I was able to build up to that level of income fairly quickly, too, starting with a few hundred dollars in profit the first month and reliably pulling in $3,000 per month six months later. Then, I built a very expensive information product with a short shelf life, but with the potential to double those monthly earnings for a very, very long time. However, within one year I had set fire to the entire business, burning up several grand a month in income. I have absolutely zero regrets.
Today’s post is about the differences between building wealth and building a job. I don’t mind working. I love to create jobs for myself that I enjoy. That’s the whole point. But you have to be very careful with the projects that you take on, because they can easily become time- and energy-sinks if you’re not careful. Your time may be way more valuable than the money. Continue reading “Why I shut down an online side hustle that earned $3,000 per month”