The economy has had its ups and downs lately. We are all struggling to remain afloat. Many of us were or are still working from home. You might be trying to look for ways to make more money. You might turn to side hustles to fund your lifestyle. You might have to change your lifestyle to make it work, but it will all be worth it to make ends meet. Here are four creative side hustles that you might want to look into.

Cooking from Home

This has to be one of the easiest side hustles you can do. Just cook meals for the week for someone and set up a price. There are going to be some things that you have to keep in mind if you are going to do this. What kind of diet are your clients on? Are they allergic to anything? How many people are you cooking for? Sit down with your potential clients to iron out the kinks. You will find that it will be easy to come to an agreement once you have everything worked out. Then you can get right to cooking. It would be best to start with friends and family.

Web Design

You can go back to the basics with this one. Web design makes so much decent money. After all, over 90% of first impressions will relate to your site’s web design. The creators have to make a good impression to help their business sell. That is where you come in. You can work with HTML code or a web design program. It’s not that hard to learn web design. You can take classes or look around on YouTube. Once you figure out what to do, you will be set to work on websites for a little extra cash.

Art and Writing

Art and writing will make you good money. They aren’t just a hobby you can use to pass the time. Many artists and writers take commissions to help make ends meet. Art and writing will let you be flexible with your skills, depending on what your clients want. There are plenty of places that are looking for freelance writers and artists. Sites like Fiverr, WritersAccess, and Upwork are good places to start. You can even promote yourself online. The pay may vary, but it is well worth it to show off your skills and make a little money on the side.

Little Odd Jobs

Finally, you can do some jobs that deal with hobbies and sorting. Some people see collecting as part of their lifestyle. They might need help with taking care of their prized collections. That is where you come in. For example, you can put a pack of collector’s cards in alphabetical order and log in the new cards. There are some jobs where you don’t have to go that far. Some people might ask you to care for and clean your collections. Some might even need you to help sell them. Over 30% of Americans pawn things like electronics when they need cash. It might not have to come to that, but you will have to be ready if it does.

In this country alone, people are trying to look for ways to make money. Some are even thinking about making their side jobs their main jobs. Looking at the statistics of things like accounting for small businesses, it is easy to see why. There are many small businesses of different sizes that suffer the same problem of trying to exist.

The accounting industry shows that 36% of small companies have issues with timelines. Another 32% don’t get enough guidance to operate or function to stay open long enough. Another 29% feel their accountants don’t provide useful advice. Finally, over 23% feel their accountants don’t educate them and blame them for the mistakes that they make. With all of this in mind, you need to be sure of those you keep around you when operating your small business from home.