When you need cash quick for an event or the day job just isn’t cutting it, it might be time to turn to the side hustle. While some can pick up an extra shift at a part-time job or overtime with their full-time jobs, others have to do as a good millennial would and use the internet to their advantage.
Enlist the help of these trusty apps.
You may already have this app for all your grocery and food ordering needs, but did you know you can get paid to use it? Yes, you’ll need to do the shopping for users, but you can apply here and make some quick cash for doing something you might already like to do — grocery shop!
To make a little extra cash while running errands, try Ibotta. The app allows users to take photos of receipts from participating stores, like Costco and Walmart, and search for cashback items. The app scans your receipt for deals and applies cash back almost instantly.
If you want to make some quick, easy cash, try Survey Junkie. The survey allows brands to get a better idea of user opinions while dolling out a few bucks here and there for users.
More like a flexible part-time job than a side hustle, driving for Lyft can be worth the little extra effort. See if you’re eligible online and get driving in your off hours for some extra cash.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
Barcelona’s insane popularity and large influx of visitors as of late may have some travelers steering away from the Mediterranean coastal city, but just outside the overpopulated center of the city, known as Ciutat Vella, are quieter neighborhoods that offer more of a local feel and don’t come with exorbitant tourist prices. El Poble-Sec is one such area that rests between the towering Montjuic park and the Old Town, making it a nice escape but still close enough to access the sights.
In food capitals like New York City, foodie crazes seem to rise and set as quickly as the sun, but one trend that has endured for awhile now is the city’s penchant for regional Chinese cuisine, and the East Village is home to some of the city’s top spots for sampling your way through several of these regions.
Dining is an art, and now that applies to both on the ground and at 35,000 feet thanks to Hainan Airlines’ “Hai Chef” Inflight Artistic Chinese cuisine series, a collaboration with Dong Zhenxiang, a Chinese culinary master also known as Dadong.
Some places appear better to visit in the winter. For example, anywhere known for winter sports, such as skiing and snowboarding, will be less visited in the summer because those same people are going to spend their time at the beach or another destination. However, visiting these destinations during the off-seasons can show a side of the city or town that can’t be seen under piles of snow. It’s worth checking out a couple of these favorite winter destinations.