Archive : Ways to Earn Money
by Steve Gillman - October 1, 2014
I’ve bought used washing machines and clothes dryers several times. In lean times, it makes sense to pay a third of what a new machine costs.
I’m not the only one who thinks so, which is why [...]
by Kyle Taylor - October 1, 2014
We’re so excited to launch ThePennyHoarder’s $2,000 “Frugal Student” Scholarship.
Students are a huge part of the Penny Hoarder community and we are always looking for unique ways [...]
by Alison Johansen - September 30, 2014
Are you looking for a side job that is rewarding, entertaining and pays a few hundred dollars per gig? If you aren’t shy around large groups, are organized and aren’t afraid to delve into a few state [...]
by Steve Gillman - September 29, 2014
Who says you can’t make money with poetry? Well, okay, I may have said so, but that was before I discovered poetry brothels. Who would have guessed that you can make money doing one-on-one poetry [...]
by Steve Gillman - September 26, 2014
People pay big bucks to rent a house for a week or two in the right season or during events. Maybe you’ve considered using your own home (or vacation home) as a short-term rental, but you aren’t [...]
by Lauren Tharp - September 26, 2014
This post is part of our series on Weird Jobs. Check out the other articles to learn about more weird jobs you could try!
When she first started her business in 1997, Janet Huey repeatedly heard, “It [...]
by Kyle Taylor - September 24, 2014
Put this one in your Christmas savings account…
The fine folks over at Nationwide bank are giving every reader of The Penny Hoarder a free $200 in cash if you open a checking account with them [...]
by Steve Gillman - September 24, 2014
Earlier this year, David Anderson found a 6.19-carat white diamond in a field in Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas. The gemstone is Anderson’s to keep or sell — just like more than [...]
by Carl Forrest - September 24, 2014
When I decided it was time to ditch the 9-5 world to launch my data analytics business, I had a great partner, some savings, a marketable skill set and a wicked urge to leave the office-life behind. I [...]
by Kyle Taylor - September 23, 2014
Last night was a pretty typical night for our family. We ordered Thai food, ran the dog all over the house, and vegged out to the TV.
It was awesome.
But, since it was a repeat of one of my favorite shows [...]
by Steve Gillman - September 22, 2014
Climb the ladder, pick, pick, pick, and climb down again with 45 pounds hanging in front of you. Drop the apples in the wooden bin and get back up that ladder. It’s hard work, but you get to be outside [...]
by Catherine Alford - September 22, 2014
The other day I was browsing in what was marketed as a “smart” toy store. I was curious about “smart toys,” toys that have their own electronic intelligence, so I went in to check it out.