52 Week Make Money Challenge Week Three Results

Week three of the 2014 make money challenge provided me the opportunity to earn some quick cash. I received an offer to house and pet sit for four days. In the past, I have refused these opportunities because it can be quite disruptive to my writing having to move my things there and back in such a short period of time. I’d much rather do these for a minimum of a week to two weeks, but this really is a good way to make extra money (and also save money) that doesn’t take a lot of time or effort. This is especially true for me since I spend the majority of my day on my computer and can work any place as long as I have an Internet connection.

pet and house sitting

One of the benefits of this job is that

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3 Responses to 52 Week Make Money Challenge Week Three Results

  1. Carla says:

    Well done!! :) I agree.. i’d much rather have someone at my home while it’s empty and caring for my pet as well! I’m not doing the 52 week money challenge (but have posted about it.. I love it!) as my goal is to save $5K into my TFSA over the year. So i’ve been really focusing on that. So far, so good though as i’ve added almost $800 into it with 2 weeks to go in the month! It’s looking like i’ll be able to reach my goal this year!

    Keep up the great work, I love these posts! :)

  2. jeffrey says:

    Great that you have a goal in place and are successfully working toward it. That’s the name of the game!

  3. Lisa says:

    You save the homeowner even more than $50ish a day. Their cat/dog is not stressed and is less likely to be exposed to and acquire illness. Kennel depression and anxiety is also an issue, owner and pet ;). A few like it but most don’t. They have no gas or time cost for pet drop off. I’ve paid extra because of pick up times and kennel closures. I usually tried to have a responsible neighbor kid come over, better all around.

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