Side Hustle Review Road map

Hey hustlers, we’re trying something a little different in the coming months.

As we were preparing to launch this blog, we knew that we needed to do some massive planning to make sure that we were churning out high value posts on a regular basis.

In order to meet that lofty goal, we’re rolling out a road map of sorts to let you know what we have in store for you.

Our first step was to come up with a list of as many viable side hustles as possible, with the goal of reviewing every single one of them ourselves. If we can’t do it ourselves for whatever reason, we’ll interview people who have already found success to see what they did to make that success happen.

Over the next 6 months we’ll be updating this list with short blurbs about each side hustle and a link to our review post.

You can expect that each review will discuss our experience with the hustle, how viable it is at making sustained income, any barriers to entry that may exist, including the financial costs to start up, and finally a discussion on their scalability.   

We’re going to go in depth into some mainstream hustles that get thrown around a lot in these types of blogs. These will include things like driving for ride sharing companies like Uber or Lyft as well as online hustles like freelancing and affiliate marketing.

But we wouldn’t be breaking new ground without straying from the beaten path. So we’ll also be doing a deep dive into less popular hustles like flipping used books, coaching and extra work in the film industry.

But we can only tackle so many at once.

What Can You Expect for the Next 6 Months?

We’re going to tackle a few big projects first.  Expect reviews for the following:

  • Ride Sharing Service
  • Space Sharing, like AirBnB
  • Dog Sitting
  • Online Surveys
  • Extra Work in the Film Industry
  • Coffee Roasting
  • Book Flipping
  • Self-Publishing
  • Professional Voice Coach
  • And Finally, Blogging

This doesn’t sound like a long list but remember that we’ll be trying to do as much of this on our own as possible. We’ll look at the start up costs, the experience required, and the financial outcomes. On top of that, we’ll be adding to the list as time goes on.

Our goal is to run two hustles at once with either a single post, or a series of posts, following our efforts.

We’ll give each hustle a month of our time and you’ll get the benefit of our experience in seeking out your own side hustles.

If you see a hustle that you like, and it hasn’t made it to our road map, send us a message and we’ll add it to the list. 

Always remember, the hardest part of any hustle is getting the ball rolling. Ideas for making extra money are out there, you just have to pick one and pull the trigger.

Happy hustling.

Check out our Blog Launch and AirBnB Review for more content.

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