and i babysit but i only do it on occasion.
i NEED some extra cash & fast. well I'm going to Florida in June and i really want a 200 dollars to spend there. PLUS i need money for clothes now- let's just say i'm not the richest person in the world and getting 50 dollars every other month isn't working. Any ideas? Maybe on how to get my "babysitting expirence" out there? I love kids. Uhm. I hate cleaning though but i'll do it if i have to. I'm smart? i guess tutoring might be an option but i'm really not sure. I just need some cash fast. I don't have any clothes for the summer/spring and well that explains it. thanks so much in advanced!!
Helpful answered Monday April 30 2007, 12:19 am: I know that it sounds juvinile, but you can make some flyers to post around town for anyone who wants your services. Highlight your specialties and make it sound exciting. Include a phone number. Hopefully someone will be interested. You can offer help to people around the block and/or at church. Have a reasonable pay in mind, or you might get cheated. Tell them that they can chose the price, but you don't take anything under, say, $4.00 an hour. (You usually get more money if you have something constructive for the kids to do, like crafts, and then you leave the house cleaner than it was when you came.)
You can also offer help mowing lawns, getting groceries and cleaning up garages. You can make good money pretty fast. Good luck with your moneymaking! [ Helpful's advice column | Ask Helpful A Question ]
AskJR answered Monday April 30 2007, 12:05 am: You didn't mention your age.
Put up flyers everywhere to advertise for babysitting, running errands for busy working moms, yard chores, house cleaning chores, shopping, personal shopper, and advertise that you are trying to earn the cash for a trip to Florida.
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