7 Extremely Lazy Ways To Make More Money | The Financial Diet

7 Extremely Lazy Ways To Make More Money | The Financial Diet

Hey guys. It’s Chelsea from
The Financial Diet. And this week’s video is
brought to you by Wealthsimple. And today we’re talking about
some extremely lazy ways to make money right now. You can do these things
when you feel like it. And in some cases, you
may already be doing them, you’re just not
making money off them. Especially in times when
money might be super tight or you’re working
toward a specific goal, every little bit counts. And these little bits are
some of the laziest ways to make more money. So let’s get right into them. Number one is rent
out everything. It turns out there’s
basically no limit to the amount of things
that you can rent out, depending on how open
minded you’re willing to be. Enterprising individuals
have apparently rented out everything from their bathroom
during Mardi Gras, all the way to their old Halloween costumes. But some of the most common
and practical ways to do this are renting out your car
with services like Turo which have been around for
almost a decade, or an app like Getaround, which is
newer but growing quickly in places like LA and DC. In either case, how
much money you can make depends on the value of
your car and how often you want to rent it out. Getaround states that
their average user makes around $6,000 a
year, and Turo even has a little tool to help you
estimate how much money you could make with them. And even on the very low
end, it’s over $1,000 a year, which is enough to
fund a vacation. You just want to
make sure you totally understand the insurance
implications, which we will link you to more
info on in the description. If you have one, you can
also rent out a parking spot. This works very similarly
to renting out your car. And according to
one source, you can charge anywhere from
$15 to $35 a day in big cities like
New York, Philly, San Francisco, et cetera,
where parking is scarce, which could add up to more
than $3,000 in a year. And there are tons of
services to choose from, things like Curb
flip or Spot Hero. And you can also rent
out many household things that you’re just not
using all the time, things like outdoor equipment
like bikes or kayaks, which people apparently rent
from anywhere from $15 to $50 a day, or tech like
cameras and projectors. One easy rental site you
can check out is Zilock, but there are also
many smaller sites that are specific to
certain items, things like surfboards and paddles. We will link you to all of those
in the description as well. Number two is make an
investing piggy bank. When it comes to
making more money, there is simply no lazier way
of doing it than investing. But for so many
people, it can feel really complicated
and intimidating, and it’s easy to assume
that you need a lot of money to get started. Which by the way,
is extremely untrue. You can start with literally $1. And this failure to
take investing seriously costs us big time,
especially women. The wealth gap is even
starker than the pay gap. Women have about $0.32 for
every $1 of wealth a man has. And without that
nest egg, women are 80% more likely to live in
poverty after retirement. And even amongst millennials,
despite our increasing gender parity and things like education
and employment, only 53% of millennial women are
saving for retirement versus 71% of millennial men. So what do you do to combat
this, especially as a woman? You make what we call
an investing piggy bank. Not the kind that you’d
smash as a little kid, but an online place
to grow your money. You open up an
investment account, according to your needs, and
they take literally minutes to set up. You label it piggy bank,
and every extra dollar you come across goes
into that piggy bank. Of course, following our 80-20
rule of unexpected money, which is to say that 80%
goes to something smart, in this case, your
piggy bank, and 20% you get to spend as you like. Get an unexpected
reimbursement for something? Piggy bank. A big tax refund? Piggy bank. Card from grandma,
which for some reason still includes a check even
though you are definitely an adult? Piggy bank. Even challenging
yourself to shave off one bit of extra money
from a specific category in your budget can be extra
money for your piggy bank. If you challenge yourself to
do this for an entire year with all of your extra
or unexpected money, you will be shocked at
the kind of nest egg that you can save for yourself
in such a painless way. After that, you can make
this investment account a regular part of your budget. But this will help you get
the ball rolling, which is usually the hardest part. Treating investing as something
as un-scary, convenient, and routine as a
piggy bank makes it accessible for everyone. And there is no better
place for your piggy bank than Wealthsimple. Wealthsimple is an
online investing service that is as simple
and human as it gets. They’ll build you
a custom portfolio to fit your personal
needs, goals, and timeline. Just answer a few
simple questions about your financial
goals, and they’ll manage it for you on autopilot. Set it, forget it, let it go
to work in the background, and drown out the
noise along the way. They also offer a socially
responsible investing portfolio that invests in companies
that support gender diversity. You can set up
automatic deposits from your bank
account, as well as set up a smart savings
account with higher rates than big banks for your
shorter term goals– your wedding, your
next adventure, or that handbag you need. The fees are much lower
than traditional investors, and TFD viewers get a $50 cash
bonus for getting started. Check them out
Wealthsimple.com/TFD, or use the link in
our description. You can get started
with literally $1 and it only takes a few minutes. No excuses. Number three is form
an Airbnb buddy system. Now, this is one of my
absolute favorite ways to earn a little bit extra
sneaky cash because it checks so many boxes. It’s low effort,
you get to buddy up with one who shares your
goal, you spend more time with friends, and you get
to use a system creatively. This is actually something
I did from time to time with my old studio
when I lived in Paris, and it’s something
that you and a friend can easily do if both of
your apartments, or rooms, are eligible to list on Airbnb– and you’re looking to
make a little extra cash. You simply pick the
time frame that you want, like one week a
month, one weekend a month, two weekends a month, et cetera. And during that time,
one of you rents out your place or your room
and stays with the buddy, and then you reverse it. And even if you choose to
just do this over the summer, let’s say, or in saving
up for a summer vacation– even in a short
period of time, It’s a way to literally
make potentially thousands of dollars while
getting to have slumber parties with your friends. This is especially effective if
you each have your own place, but it can also work
great if both of you have a decently sized
room in an in-demand area. Number four is be a Guinea pig. In other words,
be part of surveys and focus groups that
help researchers find out what consumers want. There are loads of
online destinations that make it simple to take
short, easy surveys for pay. A popular site for
this Surveyjunkie, which pays in either
gift cards or cash. The catch is that the range of
what these surveys pay is huge, so you want to make sure
to do your research. One frequent user
of Surveyjunkie from the blog,
Frugal for Less said, I found that you can make
anywhere from $5 to $12 an hour with Surveyjunkie. If you want to earn at a
rate closer to 12 per hour, stick to higher
paying surveys that can be completed in a
short amount of time. Another big site is
Swag Bucks, which doesn’t pay in cash
but rather in points that you can redeem for gift
cards for stores like Amazon. They also have a lot
more that you can do besides just taking surveys. For example, you can
watch videos for them. The same user we
just mentioned said, it’s a great method to spend
less than half an hour per day on the website and rake in about
10 to 20 extra dollars in gift cards. And while surveys are
definitely the easiest route, focus groups are definitely
the biggest bang for your buck. You can often make anywhere
between $100 and $200 an hour doing focus groups. To find focus
groups in your area, you can simply do a
search of focus groups plus your location. But you can also
do them from home. To avoid leaving your
house, you can check out the website Respondent,
where the average payout is about $140. The only catch is that you have
to qualify based on your job, demographics, et cetera. But it’s really worth checking
out for that extra easy money. Five is do a radical
decluttering. Something that I am a
huge fan of personally, and which we love to
talk about on TFD, is doing a radical declaring
in an area of your life. It could be your home, your
wardrobe, your social media, wherever. And when it comes
to those first two, getting rid of all of that stuff
that you no longer need or use frequently isn’t just about
freeing up space in your home or being more intentional about
the things you’re actually using. It’s also about making
money off of all that stuff you’re getting rid of. So go through your house
and sort the things that you’re getting rid of into
categories– things like tech, books, clothes, et
cetera, and challenge yourself to see how
many of those items you can resell for the
best possible price. Here’s where you can do
it for each category, and we’ll link you to
everything in the description. Thread up, Poshmark and local
thrift or consignment stores are great places to resell
clothes that you’re not using, but which are in good quality. Make sure, of course, to wash
iron and nicely photograph the items before you take
them in or list them online, because nothing will decrease
the value of a clothing item, even a really nice one,
more than it looking really sad and old and used. When it comes to
tech products, there are several excellent
websites which specialize in the reselling
of old tech products– things like cameras, phones,
computers, et cetera. Selling old
furniture, of course, can also be a great way to
not just declutter, but also potentially finance, the new,
better suited for your life furniture you might be getting. For example, in
our bedroom we’re about to change
back to a queen bed because Mark is, just frankly,
a giant who should not be sleeping in a full bed. And in order to do
that, we have to get rid of our dresser,
which we’re turning into a vertical wardrobe,
as well as obviously get the new bed. So we’re selling that dresser as
well, as that bed and mattress, to help finance
our new purchases. And when I switch over
to that vertical wardrobe from my current
closet dresser setup, it will be a great chance
to go through my clothes and be radically honest with
myself about what I could sell. Voila. And even books– especially
textbooks or technical books– are extremely resellable. There are several
different websites and ISO places that you
can sell these books. And getting different
payouts will just depend on the quality and
the reusability of the book. Number six is monetize
things you’re already doing. So here’s something you
may not have realized. That thing you were already
planning on doing in your life, like walking more, losing
weight, or cutting your hair, is something you can
make money off of. For things like weight loss,
there are really cool sites, like healthy wage, where you
can bet against your own weight loss goals. You earn real cash profits
if you hit the goals that you bet against. And it’s not just a
way to earn money, it’s also a great motivator
to stay true to those goals. And if you’re like me, who used
to have almost down to my butt length hair, and then went
super short because I wanted a new do, and you’re
looking to make some super easy extra money,
selling that long hair can be extremely valuable. And yes, you can also
donate your hair. But if you are really in need
of cash, this is a great option. There are calculators that will
show you about how much you could get for your hair. And just for fun, I
looked up how much I could have made when
I did my big chop. And since I have quite
thick hair that is red, and also has never
been dyed in my life, and I cut off quite
a lot of it, I could have earned $850 from
my hair, approximately. There are also great apps
which will help you make money while you shop, either
through cash back incentives, or for paying you to
be a secret shopper. And lastly, as we’re
always going on here at TFD about how you should be swapping
in walking for driving whenever possible, there is
a really cool app now that will pay
you to do just that. It’s an app called Sweatcoin,
and it literally pays you out for every step you take,
every move you make. Literally, it pays you. It pays you in it’s own coins,
which you can then trade in for things like gift
cards, workout equipment, classes, et cetera. Sweatcoin currently
has a 4.4 rating on the appstore with
over 20,000 reviews. And I’m actually
signing up for it myself, because as a New
Yorker who walks everywhere by default, I could
be making hella sweat coins without even trying. These are just a few examples. But the point is, figure out
what you’re already doing, and then figure out how
to make money off of it. And lastly, number
seven is pet sitting. Now, one of the things
that you’re never really prepared for
when you get a pet is how expensive slash
inconvenient pet sitting can be. And we’re fairly lucky in that
Mona is a very good traveler and small enough that we can
take her a lot of places. And my parents are
just a train away in Philly, where they can
often take her and sit her with their own dog. But recently, when we
were out of the country for nearly three weeks, we
had to pay for all that time in pet sitting. But it dawned on
me in that moment just how easy an income
pet sitting is, especially on the side. It’s even lower maintenance
than babysitting. And even if you don’t want
to use it just for income, you can also use pet sitting
as a way to travel for free. Trusted house sitters is
basically a site like Airbnb, where instead of paying someone
for their home, you house sit and pet sit for them
while they’re also away. And if you’re just looking
to make extra cash, there are great apps
and sites like Rover, that will allow you to do
it at your convenience. And you can either stay
in the person’s house, or bring the pet to your own. This can also be a great
way to see if you’re really ready to have a pet if
you’ve been considering it for a long time, or to
get the joy of an animal from time to time without
having to commit to one. It’s also one of
the few jobs where you can literally earn extra
money while you’re sleeping. Plus, you get to
cuddle with an animal. Whatever you decide
to do, remember that earning extra money doesn’t
have to be overly complicated, require you to learn new skills,
or even do things differently than you were probably
already doing them. You can make extra money
while still being super lazy. And you can tailor
your side incomes to the way you live your life. And remember that no
way to make more money is going to be lazier or
more rewarding than investing intelligently. And you can get started today
with just $1 at Wealthsimple. Visit Wealthsimple.com/TFD,
TFD followers will receive a special $50 cash bonus
when you open end fund a new account. As always, guys,
thanks for watching. And don’t forget to hit
the Subscribe button and to come back every
Tuesday and Thursday for new and awesome videos. Bye.


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    I liked the channel much better without ads that you keep bringing up during the video.I don't trust the site as much as I did before

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  9. teejaye110 says:

    I think it's not a good idea to rent out your car. No insurance will cover the car if they total it and you basically have zero protection against theft. I suggest anyone considering this puts serious research into it. Also expect your maintenance to cost $0.50- 0.85 per mile driven and seriously consider if this is going to be worth the hassle and inconvenience long term.

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  11. Timothy N says:

    Investing/saving is important, especially if you're a woman who "doesn't need/want a man". Heck, even if you plan to get married, there are no guarantees, and with MGTOW getting more popular, more men may be opting out of marriage so it may be harder

    That said, it's always a good idea to get better spending habits, and to save/invest and not live paycheck to paycheck if possible, but to save and have a safety cushion. Plus you don't lose money in high interest rates from credit card debt, so getting your spending habits in order is the absolute first step to starting to accumulate wealth.

    I think a majority of women aren't thinking about the future costs/expenses of things. Independent or no, many seem to depend/expect marriage to handle it. I know a gal which, to her credit, seemed to be working hard at a job (good) while also going to college. On further review, I asked her what she was saving for and it's basically so she can travel internationally. It's not bad to treat yourself here and there for working hard, but it sounded more like she was just spending all the extra money she was making. Again, she worked for it, her decision, but long term that kind of mentality will not help when it comes to retirement, plus in my eyes it comes off a bit entitled to do this (and basically expect the guy to handle the future family expenses). Any bit of money saved towards the future/investing in a house can save you more money in the long term, in that investments grow over time, and putting a large down payment towards the house will mean less overall debt plus better interest rates.

    A good general rule I say is that when you buy a house, if you're expecting to pay it off in 30 years, you can expect to have paid about twice the value of the original house cost (from interest) by the end of it. So a $100k house could cost you actually $200k by the end with no payments, maybe more, maybe less, but that's a good estimate. Interest rates may've changed since I did that calculation, but seeing it that way means, if you pay $100 extra dollars into the house at the start, you'll have saved $100 by the end by not having to have paid as much interest. So if you save an extra $1,000 or $10,000 dollars by then, well, you can see the savings add up.

  12. SkyAdmiralDante says:

    Is there anything like Wealthsimple for Australians? I'd love to use this but it doesn't seem to be available for my country. Thanks!

  13. PrettyLittleArii says:

    Im glad you included the survey websites bc there are so many that are not legit that i just avoided doing those.

  14. Semi Circi says:

    That's a cute hairstyle Chelsea!

  15. Shamara Thomas says:

    Just downloaded sweatcoin! Let's see how good it is?

  16. cede30 says:

    I'm too lazy for any of this stuff.

  17. Jenny Lee says:

    You are so awesome!

  18. Kankuro 4ever says:

    The wage gap is a myth. No serious economist takes the wage gap serious. Women and men make different life and career choices. The jobs men choose tend to be more dangerous, longer hours, and more physical labor defined so it's obvious that's where the money is. Woman tend to choose working less hours, less dangerous jobs (how many women coal miners die every year) more human based such as care giving which pays, and less physical labor intense. There's no law saying either gender can't do the other's job, but there's also no law that specifically says 'men will always get paid more for THE EXACT SAME WORK that women do.' It's actually illegal to pay anybody differently based on their gender, sexual preference, or race. If you take into consideration that women given the opportunity will choose to become mothers and stay at home mothers for that matter, will not generate any sort of wealth and will leave the man to become the breadwinner. There's nothing wrong with becoming a stay at home parent. So this video is a turn off for me since they believe in a myth that hurts more women who believe in it rather than be a part of that myth.

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    too lazy 2 watch the video so I'm flicking through the comments ?

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    I find half of what she says is just old ideas and the other half for people who have just a little bit more to invest than others. This applies to most of her videos I have looked at.

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  23. cheea5 says:

    So basically, be in a good position in life first or you're fucked. Super helpful…

  24. Caitlyn Hebert says:

    Sweatcoin is pretty close to a scam. I would advise against it. Do your research.

  25. Михайло Сєльський says:

    Sweatco.in as a lazy way) Ok, let's do some math.

    Tahey say, by making 1000 steps you earn 0.95 sweatcoin. Then you may buy smthng. Just for convenience we can assume 1 sweatcoin will take circa 1km.

    Let's stuck with cash, as a most liquid asset. You need 20000 sweatcoins to get $1000.
    20000 km. Good luck #1)

    Considering you're in a good fit and able to make 6km/hour, it should take 3333,(3) hours. So, you earn $0.3/hour. Good luck again)

    Really lazy way))

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  28. Temis Quiroz says:

    I think wealth simple doesn't apply for Mexico. Can you tell me if I can do it even from Mexico?

  29. Salema B. says:

    Great tips !

  30. Batsala Batsala says:

    Extremely important video

  31. Brad Nilson says:

    F***ing idiot.
    The reason that women have less money is because they don’t work as often

  32. Jean Pettay says:

    Hey us grandmas know that even if your an adult everyone can use a few extra bucks. We KNOW how important it is to save. Why do you think we send those checks. Maybe I should just keep that cash for my piggy bank. Kinda disrespectful dont ya think?

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  36. Britney says:

    I personally like to use Amazon Mechanical Turk to make a few extra dollars here and there. It can be anything from surveys, to simple date entry, or transcribing receipts. I find it better than survey money or any of those sites.

  37. Ashley says:

    Pet sitting is my full-time job and it can be really difficult. I had a dog get attacked when a neighbor dog got into its yard. I've had clients tell me their elderly cat may die while they are gone and how to deal with its remains. Even the easiest dogs need walked, fed, and given medication. Its nearly impossible for myself (and the other sitters I've talked to) to get a decent nights sleep on overnight visits for many reasons. 
    In addition to that there are many costs. I am licensed, insured, and bonded which costs about $400 a year. On busy days, I can drive over a hundred miles between client's homes.
    Pets are very special and loved by their owners. Taking care of them is a big responsibility.

  38. Jon F says:

    Don't give advice about renting out your car without telling them to factor in the maintenance costs for the car.

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  40. Nicholas Vardy says:

    #8 Make videos on YouTube about how to make easy money.

  41. Lea Frydman says:

    Has anyone told you … you have a very droning voice… you talk much
    to fast… and never take a break…. your tone of voice is too
    high…. after 2 minutes I need to turn you off

  42. Pamela Gray says:

    Soooooooo down!! You make me nervous!!

  43. Dick Tibben says:

    There is no gender pay gap, stop perpetuating that lie.

  44. Hillary Schlaht says:

    Funny – I'm watching this video from my free apartment in downtown Paris where I'm pet-sitting two cats thanks to Trusted Housesitters!

  45. Thomas Howard says:

    LiISTEN TO HER, EVERYONE. Age does not matter, open up and learn from everyone. I am retired and invested some money into Wealthsimple, because of this (TFD) site. I invested money that was in a standard bank savings account and in just this month I have made more with Wealthsimple. I am older and learned from TFD. Thank you, Chelsea and the best to you and your husband.

  46. Rena King says:

    Grandmas are the real MVPS … I am never too old for 20 dollars

  47. Theodore Coldren says:

    looks at the bicycle that I just bought and don’t know how to ride even though I am 18

  48. Dan Coggins says:

    I've found this video to be extremely helpful. Thank you for the tips I'll be using them to fuel investments.

  49. Jackson says:

    Affiliate links look like a good way to make some cash as well lol

  50. AB says:

    If a renter tears out your transmission, will turo pay?

  51. Carl White says:

    I've never had much luck with surveys. They always seem to lead to needing to go out and buy something to have something to say about what they are asking about.Anybody else had better luck?

  52. Sophie Leibinger says:

    Hahahah lol everytime you say piggybank

  53. Venus Chappie says:

    Wealth Simple doesn't cater to African currencies but thanks for the advice. Sometimes I feel like these companies genuinely aren't trying to help African people help themselves.

  54. Amy Thorne says:

    Please pay to have closed caption…most of the youtube I watch has to be mute.

  55. name name says:

    Or, instead of renting your apartment out [if that's even allowed by who you're renting from] while you're having a sleepover with friends, you could just share the apartment with said friend and save even more money, without having to worry about what complete strangers did in your space when you weren't there.. Some of these things sound good on paper, but in reality, not so much.. My advice, don't suggest something you wouldn't do yourself. I wonder where this advice is coming from. It's sort of like a skinny person telling someone who is overweight that maybe they should exercise, or diet, when they're already doing that.

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  57. Shereito Grace says:

    how can I invest in that gender diversity thing

  58. TheLaydewlf says:

    i paused the video and searched for local focus groups and signed up with one. while i was doing that, one of my items in poshmark sold. i earned $27.40 on one item.

  59. Jennifer Zhao says:

    Hi, I sing up on hairsellon to try to sell my hair. There are a buyer contact me through email while my account still open ion hairsellon. Now, I don't have the account anymore. Should I still sell my hair to the buyer? Can I trust him because he's asking me address and phone #?

  60. Renán Guevara says:

    Feet pics

  61. Danielle Brown says:

    Ummmm…..survey junkie sucks. I tried it for a few months and could hardly ever get qualified for a high paying survey. I didn't even make the required $10 to cash out. In my opinion it was a total waste of time☹

  62. Annie says:

    All of her points are more or less bullshit. Renting out car or house usually ends up costing you more than making you money. And decluttering brings little to no money only one time. Doing menial tasks on the internet for 10$ or less is also no option if you already work 8+ hours a day and need an hour or two to spend with your family and do house chores. Besides they usually don't pay even 10$. Taking up an extra shift will earn you more.

  63. Chandni says:

    The wage gap is not real, and also saving money is choice. If women choose not to save their money, it does not mean that they are oppressed. It just means they choose not to save money.

  64. Lifestyle Travel says:


  65. directfunebru says:

    Oof, that projector's on high

  66. n2meows says:

    "do radical decluttering" says the person sitting on a couch with at least 7 throw pillows.

  67. Cristina Sam says:

    Hi Chelsea, how has sweatcoin worked out for you?

  68. Tiffany Gonsalves says:

    “Sell stuff”. SO much easier said than done!

  69. edpuredes says:

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  70. TheKerryzzz says:

    I'm glad I don't do everything people tell me to do..

  71. Barbara Fowler says:

    I don't know if anyone has mentioned this in relation to surveys, but you can sign up for Google Rewards, if you're an Android user, and do surveys for Google dollars that you can use to purchase anything at Google Play. Books, magazines, tv shows, movies apps, games, etc. And most surveys take less than a minute and the Google money accumulates fairly quickly because you get surveys at least once a day.

  72. Valiant Woman says:

    "Gender diversity"


  73. Nivea Nanda says:

    Just a PSA:
    The apps that pay you for workout or steps do collect information about the location. They don't just pay you, its your information that fuels it. If you are concerned about privacy, be aware of info these companies collect.

  74. Alvina Yandura says:

    Great vid. I'm very lazy too and I make good money with this site: GotBizOpp. com perhaps you guys can try it and do the same thing I'm doing. : ) ??

  75. Jaweed Haidary says:

    Good content, but recently advertising too much is really bothering and it may have a negative impact on the level of growth for the channel on the long term.

  76. Stephanie King says:

    I’ve watched so many of these videos and this one was my favorite by far

  77. Jule Caesara says:

    about reselling textbooks: I guess because in the US you have legal system largely based on precedents, you could sell law textbooks. However, in Germany we have an ever changing civil code, hence that textbook I bought last year is already outdated because there were one or two changes that aren't covered or now falsely covered in my textbook. Better solution is to go to the library in the first place.

  78. Debbie Webbie says:

    A friend has a great little business renting out her baby items. With minimalism being more popular she has tons of business. Swings, carriers, furniture, toys etc. Also a friend has an old camper and brought it to a campground to rent out. Such great ideas.

  79. The Financial Diet says:

    You can learn more ways to make money from the comfort of your own bed here: https://youtu.be/iZygsJAncw0.

  80. iris m says:

    Hey,i would love to know if you are familiar with investing sites that work globally? (I'm from israel and i noticed it's only available in the us and uk)

  81. Jirodub Dub says:

    I got a new one from [email protected] hacked 7,900$ into my cashapp, +1(612)361-4523
    Contact him he might help you too

  82. Nicolae Ceaușescu says:

    Fucking bullshit wagegap. Stop spreading those fucking lies!!

  83. Andrew Myers says:

    Yeah that rent thing is an AWESOME idea. Until they make a copy of your key for your moped and then it ends up missing over making $25. Ideas other than storing it inside because that isn't always an option either? Because yeah, it actually did happen to me.

  84. andrew newman says:

    i find forex trading more profitable that all this, i have been able to save up $48000 in the past couple of month from forex trading.

  85. GenericUser 9 says:

    Sweatcoin was useless even for me who walks 10k+ steps everyday

  86. Reich Palabrica says:

    Bwahahaha pay gap bwahaha

  87. Courtney Frazer says:

    This is completely unrelated to your video, but how do you do your hair? It is so cute? I have super straight hair and am trying to find ways to make it look like it has more volume.

  88. Jugo Perez says:

    “Handbag you need” …. yeah, no. There must be a clear separation of wants and needs.

  89. Jaluna Böhler says:

    God dammit. I got exited about wealthsimple but I neither live in the uk, us or canada 🙁

  90. • ʜ ø ɴ ᴇ ʏ• says:

    Lol my mom is a financial advisor and I’m watching this cuz I need MONEY

  91. ruby araiza says:

    Piggybank investing is a great way to start saving and eventually with stock investing.

  92. Raleigh Flanagan says:

    I would like to point out that wage gap is not what you think it is. It is literally because it is averaging in the amount that men vs. women make without separating the stay at home moms, the vast amount of women in art related work, and the fact that men are more likely to go for the higher paying jobs involving math and science.

  93. Melanie S says:

    1,000 is not enough for a vacation.

  94. Melanie S says:

    None of those things listed actually work. The pet sitting but that's not a "lazy" way to make money.

  95. jalabi99 says:

    7:08 Respondent wants to use my Facebook account to "verify" stuff. No thanks.

  96. jalabi99 says:

    You could combine the walking and the pet sitting by working for Rover.com

  97. Chris Allington says:

    If you are going on a highway trip and you are not in a hurry, your car will pay you to slow down, in the form of extra gas in your tank. It varies by vehicle. For my car, I get paid $7.20 an hour for arriving a little bit later. Check out fuel economy dot gov to use their calculator.

  98. Reviews You Can't Use says:

    I forgot about focus groups!!

  99. LadyJ M says:

    With Sweatcoin you don't earn money. You earn virtual "cash" which you can only exchange to things. And you earn ca 10$a month if you are having very active life.

  100. Damnit Bobby says:

    I'm too lazy to do the lazy stuff. I just don't have any motivation, even money doesn't motivate me.

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