Alternative Incomes

I’m a little funny about money.  I like to use the money I make from my job for everyday living expenses like grocery and bills … you know, the adult stuff but I’ve always had random little side gigs that pay a little money and I consider that money to be my Play Money.  I use Play Money to treat myself to goodies that I don’t want to use my main job money for.  There’s no guilt when splurging with my Play Money and half the fun is finding ways to make the Play Money.  See, I told you I’m a little funny about money.

There’s a thing floating out there in the frugal/saving blog world called “The 20 Dollar Challenge” (see this person and this person).  The idea is to see how much money you can generate outside of your main job.  People can make a few thousand dollars more a year by doing random jobs and selling things on line.  I would like to challenge myself by creating more alternative incomes by selling on Ebay, Craigslist, Etsy, etc. and I think having a progress bar like the one on the right hand side will motivate me to do more.  

Let the challenge begin!

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