A side hustle or whatever you want to call it is essentially, a side business. Making time for a side business can be tough but here's how to make it work.



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Written by tiroberts
6 days ago

Awesome piece, Sylviane. It's important to understand what your beliefs and values are so you can take the necessary steps to better them and yourself as a whole. Thanks for sharing your insights with us.



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13 days ago

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Written by tiroberts
139 days ago

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Written by tiroberts
181 days ago

Awesome piece, Sylviane. It's important to understand what your beliefs and values are so you can take the necessary steps to better them and yourself as a whole. Thanks for sharing your insights with us.



Written by lyceum
745 days ago

Ross: I am working on a new blog post on time management and how to make real money on your side business. I will link to your post. I am often using bus and tram rides for doing worklife stuff, e.g., listening to podcasts, writing down notes, checking my calendar, etc.



Written by tiroberts
752 days ago

Excellent piece, Ross; I really enjoyed reading it.

When you already have a full and busy life, it can be rather difficult to make time for your "side hustle". As of right now I have my time broken down into specific blocks and I follow a set daily checklist to ensure that I get all of my tasks completed.

I currently attend college full-time, work part-time and run my blog business full-time; not to mention having to make time for the family and fiance' - so yeah, being effective with my time and finding ways to be more productive is a necessity for me.

I love, love, LOVE what you mentioned about saying "No". I can struggle with that at times, but I've learned that I can't be everything to everyone. I have to prioritize and if that means that I can't help someone, then so be it.

I also liked what you said about being a passenger. This is SO helpful. There's been plenty of times where I've been able to complete full blog posts by simply being a passenger as I rode the bus to school.

This is my first time visiting your blog, Ross; I found you on Tribber and I'm loving what I've seen and read so far. I'll be sure to share this post with my social network. I'll also leave you a comment on BizSugar.

I look forward to connecting more with you soon; keep up the great work.

Cheers,

Ti



Written by Copysugar
752 days ago

Great post!



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