Need some fast cash? Tired of calling home for pocket money all the time?
I’m talking about small bursts of capital, not millions of shillings.
Money enough to satisfy your monthly obligations or get your nagging creditors to stop calling you.
Campus is the best place to make easy money.
Here are some ways you can make money and save money in campus.
- Sell food
If you can cook delicious food or even some biting, use the opportunity to make cash.
You don’t need to start a restaurant since you can just cook from your kitchen and make deliveries to the students.
2. Academic writing
This is one of the easiest way to make money.
Also, it not only helps you make cash but also helps you gain knowledge in many other different fields of study.
In addition, you can take advantage of the students who were partying all weekend and forgot about the due assignment.
Charge them and help them do their assignments.
Brilliant side hustles to make money in your spare time
3. Movie shop
Most campus students prefer to watch movies and series during their free time.
Starting a movie shop can be a good idea for you.
Additionally, you can add play stations there and charge people to play.
4. Plaiting hair
If you are talented in plaiting hair, use that talent to make some cash.
Furthermore, you do not need to start up a salon since you can call your customers to your hostel.
Besides that, you can also go to wherever they prefer since all you need is your hands.
Also charge things like shaping eyebrows and applying nail polish.
5. Printing and photocopy
You can invest in a printer that has both the photocopy and scanning option.
Moreover, most students in campus usually have something to print or photocopy.
This can be a very good investment.
Importance of budgeting your money before spending it
6. Selling clothes
Selling second hand clothes, mtumba, can be a good investment.
Especially for ladies and make the price affordable.
In conclusion, you can use any of this tips to make cash now that the target market is at your disposal and you don’t require so much capital to start.
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