Spring side hustle, weeds are a pain for most people, especially in heavy HOA areas. Homeowners hate dealing with weeds. There is no cost in it for you, and it can be a great opportunity. Charge anywhere from $100 – $200 to get rid of weeds in their front yard, check out the area first before quoting a price. I would typically double the time originally estimated it was going to take for your first few. You can even buy a weed killer sprayer and spray after you’re done. Value added items would differentiate you from all the kids that might try to do the same.
Summer side hustle, depending on the area you live in, dead trees and small dead plants can also help. Heat waves killing plants and trees can provide a great opportunity for you to replace these for homeowners, at a price.
Ever thought of washing someone’s car? What if you did it at their house after they got back from work? You can use the homeowners water with just a few bucks invested in soap, bucket and a sponge.
Fall side hustle can rake in the cash, punt intended :), by raking leaves, cutting and replacing dead trees, or helping homeowners in getting ready for winter. Chopping wood for winter can be a great exercise and put a few bucks in your wallet.
Winter side hustle, snow can make you money. Snow shoveling anyone? As a homeowner myself, these types of chores are annoying and something I don’t see myself doing very often. Charge a reasonable price and you will have the whole neighborhoods business.
Use your imagination and create your own #micro hustle. And feel free to share it with us below.