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Side hustling or taking on a side job is any type of work you do to supplement your full-time income. However, you don’t have to have a full-time job to be side hustling. Some people decide to use multiple side hustles instead of a full-time job to support themselves.

What Does it Mean to Have a Side Hustle?

Having a side hustle typically means having a side job or a second job. It can also mean you work full-time and you’re building a business or source of income in your spare time. Again, one can use multiple side hustles to replace a full-time income.

What is a Good Side Hustle?

What is Side Hustling

I could list off a bunch of possibilities here, but we will leave that for a bit later in this blog post. For a side hustle to be a good side hustle, it needs to provide extra income without taking up a ton of time.

The minute a side hustle goes from something you can do in your spare time to something you do for 20+ hours per week, it’s bordering on a job or business. Of course, this may be a bit different for each person.

The best side hustles allow you to make money passively or to make a nice extra income without putting much work into it. I prefer blogging and freelance writing as side hustles because you’re actually building something for the future.

What Are Some Side Hustle Jobs?

In this blog post, I answered the question of how can I make extra money while working full-time? You’ll find several great examples of side hustle jobs by reading it.

Another post I wrote, more for the college student, called “How can a Full-time Student Make Money?” also provides many side hustle jobs. Below is a list of some of the easiest and most lucrative side hustle jobs available right now.

These are just a few of the many examples of side hustle jobs. There are dozens of options out there and you just need to choose the right one for your needs.