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Love to do laundry? Get paid to do it at your house.
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Jen “Odd” Glantz here! I don’t like doing chores. I’m a clean and organized person but when it comes to doing laundry or dishes, I let it pile up until the pile feels like an uninvited house guest.
Adam helps out with the chores around here - a lot more. Which I’m entirely grateful for. But that might start to change - big time. Especially because I found some super cool ways that YOU and I can make cold hard cash from doing chores. Serioulsy.
Keep reading for those details!
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Make $$$$ Doing Chores
Like doing laundry?
Fascinated by this company Hampr that lets people with washers and dryers wash other people’s clothes and make money. Basically you list yourself on the platform and local people can hire you to do their laundry (you pick it up, wash it, and drop it off). They say people make $2k a month doing this - wow, wow, wow.
Enjoy grocery shopping?
I personally love going grocery shopping. I don’t know why but I get a thrill out of going down all of the aisles in Trader Joes and looking at all the products. You can actually get paid to spend quality time in a grocery store - checking products, stocking shelves, and more. Check this app out.
Good at fixing things?
If you’re handy and have some skills you can bust out around the house, check out this website. It’s perfect to pick up local work if you’re good at: repairs, painting, pool servicing, wallpaper installation, and so much more.
General things you’re good at around the house?
If you have good random skills: like setting up furniture, cleaning, helping people move, etc. it’s worth it to set up a profile here and see what local jobs are available to you.
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Jen Glantz is a whimsical entrepreneur, 3x author, podcast host, and all-around pizza-obsessed goofball. You can connect with Jen on LI or IG. If you want 1:1 coaching, this is for you, or if your business wants a badass speaker, check this out.