Ok, so they're not exactly side hustling while sitting, but you certainly can!
There are thousands of side hustles you can rock to bring in some extra cash and help others. Some require you to drive, walk, run, lift, and stand. But you can also add bills to your bank account by sitting.
Ok, you probably won't do much actual sitting with this side hustle, but you get the point.
Do you love dogs? People who own them certainly do. That's why they're willing to pay someone to take Fido, Penny, or Buster out for a walk and maybe freshen up their water bowl.
There are several websites that will pay you to dog sit, or simply take them for a walk. On average, you can be paid around $20 for a 30 minute walk. Create an account on sites like, Rover.com, and start collecting coin while playing fetch. Most of the time, you set your own rates. Dog sitting (or walking) is a flexible, and most of the time, enjoyable side hustle for canine lovers. It's great for students and anyone else who wants to play with pups and cash in. In fact, if you sign up through my link below, you'll get a $25 credit after you book your first gig.
Again, you'll probably do more "running around" than sitting with this side hustle, but I'm trying to stick to the theme (insert smiley face emoji).
I know babysitting's not for everyone, but there's money to be made with this side hustle. Parents want to feel confident their little ones are safe, well-behaved, and not hungry while they're away. That's why they're willing to pay qualified people for quality care.
You can create an account on Sittercity.com. More than two million members already have.
The average pay is about $17 an hour. Keep in mind, that's the average. That means parents are willing to pay much more (or less). While babysitting can be demanding, it can also be lucrative. You will also get satisfaction knowing you're trusted by the child's (or childrens') parents.
Finally! You can actually SIT with this side hustle. However, this one comes with a twist, so don't get too comfortable yet.
There are benefits and bummers to house sitting. The biggest bummer is that you don't get paid, at least on the website I'm about to tell you about. Instead, and this might be better than cash for you, you get to stay in the home for free. "Yippee", you say? Well, imagine going on vacation and staying in that house above for free. All you'd have to do is book your flight to paradise and stay in that beachside beauty for free-99.
If that sounds a little better, here is the website to check out:
Note: You'll have to pay an annual fee of $50 to become a "house sitter". It's up to you whether paying the fee would be worth it, if it meant staying in nice homes for free. Make sure to do your research before signing up.
If you're still not convinced sitting can be a side hustle, here are some more options:
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