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Question #91876 posted on 12/02/2018 4:35 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I'm a student, and therefore broke. Christmas is coming soon. Any non-plasma-donating suggestions on how to make a quick (and legal and ethical) buck for some Christmas gifts to give my loved ones? (I would suck it up and donate plasma, but I am literally not allowed to because I am too physically small and apparently it would make me pass out or something.)

-Elf

A:

Dear Buddy,

I've heard really good things about driving for Uber or Lyft. They both pay decently and have flexible schedules. 

Another one you might want to try is Rover. Rover is a site where you can dog sit for people. I have some friends that do it and they love it because they get to look after puppies and doggos and they earn $50-100 dollars a weekend. It's not a lot, but if you're looking for some extra cash that might be a good way to go.

If none of those float your boat, I'd suggest a quick google search of side gigs. There are a plethora out there, so hopefully you will find something you like.

Peace,

Tipperary

A:

Dear Elf,

I don't have any money making suggestions, but maybe try your hand at homemade presents! They tend to be much cheaper and often are more meaningful. Warning though they can take a lot of time, but in my experience that's been worth it (Unless you're a student cramming for finals. Then maybe not worth it).

-guppy of doom