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8 Hobbies That Make Rural Money

Hobbies That Make Rural Money
8 Hobbies That Make Rural Money

You Can Transform Almost Any Hobby Into Rural Money!

The key to your hobbies that make rural money is to do something that you already love to boost your cash flow.

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Convert These 10 Pleasure Skills Into Hobbies That Make Rural Money

1. Flip Items On eBay

If you have a collection of antique toys, record albums, or clothing that you no longer want, you can sell them on eBay to the highest bidder.

If you’re good at buying low, then it will be easy to sell your collectibles at a higher price.

And you don’t have to stop with “smalls” because the ‘BIG” money is in flipping large equipment, etc. on eBay.

2. Books And CDs On Amazon

I remember when I sold books so if you have the storage (many bookshelves) you can sell books and CDs on Amazon.com.

You can find bargain-priced books, albums, CDs, VH-1 Tapes, etc. at flea markets and thrift stores, then resell them.

Remember that heavier books will cost more to ship.

3. Crafts On Etsy

Etsy is the number one place to sell your quilts, other handmade crafts and jewelry.

The website makes it simple to market your wares.

You can also sell vintage clothing, housewares, etc.

4. Collectibles At Flea Markets And Yard Sales

If this is your hobby, you can turn it into a business by finding bargain items and reselling them.

You can also sell antiques and collectibles on Facebook Marketplace.

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5. Used And Shabby Chic Furniture Online And From Home

If you have a flair for decorating used furniture, you might consider buying and flipping unique pieces to homeowners to help make their houses look their best.

6. Organizing For Homeowners From Home

If you love to organize your home, you may want to offer your services to others.

Just make sure that you can physically handle hauling stuff and cleaning out someone’s closet.

You can start your own side hustle business as an organizer.

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7. Gardening And Baking From Home And Etsy

Farmers’ markets are more popular than ever and offer a great venue for selling your baked goods, plants, and vegetables.

In the long run, it’s cheaper to grow your own fruit so check out Fast Growing Trees where I stock my food forest.

Find out how much it costs to set up a stand at your local market or in your front yard near the street.

Also, you can sell your yummy baked goods on Etsy!

8. Searching For Gold Treasures To Flip Online

With gold prices skyrocketing, you can search for lost treasures and sell them to add cash in your homestead coffers.

If you live near a beach or a lake and enjoy being outdoors, invest in a metal detector.

There are many other hobbies that make rural money.

With some creative thinking and effort, you can turn your hobbies into rural income opportunities.

You may even find that the activity you’ve always loved becomes the basis of a thriving income.

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