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ok i right now have 53 cents! i know sad right? its cause i just went on a road trip and spent 20$ on each state and we went to 5 states and i just helped pay for my new shoes and i paid 20 for that and 20 for a new chair....... soooooooo IM BROKE! i need more cash but i need some help on how to get it! im not to big on chores......so i need help on more ways....
- Water your neighbor's plants
- Walk the neighborhood dogs
- Baby sit (if you are old enough) or be a mother's helper
- Ask your parents if they will let you buy ingredients to make lemonade and open a stand
- If you have old books, clothes, toys or other stuff you don't want sell it. (Garage sell, a website that lets you sell stuff)
- Make jewelery and sell it
Hope this helps.
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or since you love photography i see, sell some of your photos. if you know how to use paint you can even make greeting cards and sell them as well.
Last edited by turtlegirl22; 08-09-2008 at 05:48 PM.. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
I'm not sure how old you are, but if you're old enough, get a job! Getting a part time job is a great way to earn money and still have some time to have fun! The age is different in each state, so ask your parents. Here are some fun part time jobs I did as a teen:
worked at an ice cream store
life guarding at a kiddie/wading pool (this was great because I didn't have to swim, just have CPR certification)
assistant at a day care
If you're too young for an official job, how about babysitting, house sitting, pet sitting, dog walking, errand running, etc, as some previous posters suggested. You can check the local paper, grocery store notice boards, and so on.
Whatever you do, try saving 40-50% of what you make. It's hard, but it's great to have that extra money when you want to buy something big or when you're not working! Good luck!
Another idea is if you love doing something (like photography, soccer, drawing, or something) maybe you can start a class. Have your parents help you make posters and put them in your local grocery store, ice cream shop, bank or other store that gets a lot of traffic.
Charge like $5 per kid and have a mini class on days you choose (with your parents help of course!). you can set it up in your local park and teach it.
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