10 Ways To Make Money Fast For The Upcoming Holidays That You Won’t Find On The Internet
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Christmas already, but you know what they say, It’s better to start early than get left behind. No they don’t say that really, that’s just something I coined myself, but hey why not start early and get planning before the holidays come.
Get Ready to Make Money for Christmas Shopping
If you’re stressing about where your holiday money is going to come from this year, I completely understand what you’re feeling. There were times in the past more than one Christmas where we were strapped for cash. We knew using credit would just sink into debt and put more stress on our budget. I had to get creative and find ways I could make money for my Christmas shopping, and I did here’s what I came up with.
I joined a Network Marketing company. Now this might not seem one of your first things that comes to mind, but hear me out on this and I will explain. It was September 2017 and I was up on sales, but I had not as yet made enough I would have called spare cash once I’ll d paid all my business and personal expenses. And just at this time I was introduced to this great company that was helping many people around the globe lose weight and live a more healthier life. As I was on my on weight loss journey I decided to take a look and give it ago.
What was even better was that I could purchase the products use them, tell others my feedback and I would get paid for doing so. Jackpot! so I was able to start on my weight loss journey while having the opportunity to make some extra cash before christmas.
So you could say I was a happy camper 🙂
#1 Sell Your Unused Stuff
I’ve found selling stuff we aren’t using anymore to be a surefire way to make cash. Go through your house and declutter. Do you have clothes you’ve not worn in months, but they are like new?
Do you children have toys they never play with or outgrew? How about books, dvd’s, and music? Do you hoard craft supplies and never use them?
You can sell on Ebay, Craigslist, and even in local buy/sell groups on Facebook. Take good photos of the items. The nicer the photos the better stuff sells. Give buyers good customer service. Package items carefully if you ship them. Be fast with shipping items to the buyer. If you are selling locally, meet the person in a public location for your security. If you have them meet at your home, only have them come when your spouse or a friend is with you.
#2 Do Babysitting or Pet Sitting
Start your own babysitting or pet sitting services. There is no startup cost and you can fit it around your schedule easily. Tell friends and family.
Create a profile on Care.com, Rover.com, and SitterCity.com. Holidays is a great time to do this because often people need sitters more than usual. People traveling need to have someone look after their pets. You can fill a service and make money for Christmas shopping!
#3 Bake and Sell Holiday Goodies
Do people compliment your baking skills. Are you a whiz at creating delicious dinners? Consider turning into a holiday-time business. People are busy and often don’t have time to bake cookies and other desserts for holiday celebrating.
You can fill that need. Create some samples and share them with neighbors. Make some nice flyers and share them with friends, and places you go to like the hair salon, church, etc.
Ask friends and family to spread the news at their work (give them samples to share). You could even offer to come to their home and help them bake and put together goodie baskets as presents.
#4 Create and Sell Handmade Items
Handy with DIY crafts? Consider using your creativity to make holiday wreaths and sell them locally or online. This does require some investment, but it can pay off well. Wreaths and other holiday decor are popular items that sell well. And, many people would rather buy then make it themselves.
Browse Pinterest and get a few ideas of what’s popular. What items have you created that people just went crazy over? Make some samples and take orders or make enough to sell them right away. I recommend you pick a style you can change a little for different looks, such as all burlap wreath with decor accents or all pine wreaths with flowers and ribbon. One style will help keep the number of supplies you need.
Take nice photos, using natural light. List them on local buy/sell groups on Facebook. Open an Etsy shop. Or sell at a local event. Create a flyer and pass them around to friends, family, neighbors. Market to local builders. I once created and sold 2 dozen holiday wreaths to a custom home builder. They wanted them to give to their home buyers that year.
To make selling your handmade items a success, you must make each look perfect. Picture your items as if you were a buyer. Ask yourself, “would buy this if I saw it in a gift shop?”
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