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OK, gimme ideas to make money besides at "real" work. I've thought about babysitting (hah, I feel like a teenager) but I don't know anybody with kids. I've thought about selling crocheted stuff, which is feasible, but it's a lot of effort for not much money. (Speaking of... if anyone wants me to crochet them anything... :)
I also thought about getting a weekend job, but with the recession on, I don't know if that'd work well either. I'm not meaning to shoot ideas down... and I'm not looking for a get-rich-quick thing, either. I just need a little bit of money here and there.

Along the same lines, I think Donnita and I are going to write a proposal to see if we can get another raise - we're at the lowest pay grade in the company and we shouldn't be, with all the stuff we do.

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poohkenstein
Feb. 3rd, 2003 01:37 pm (UTC)
i know a few people who make jewelry... one of them even sells it in a store (she lucked out with that gig!)... another makes unusual pieces of clothing (like corsets and so on) and she makes good money when she does sell a piece but it's a lot of work... another person i know actually buys clothes that is half price/recycled clothes and sells them on ebay...

umm as for me, i take my old cds and movies to the used cd store when i need extra money, fast. :)
rivulet
Feb. 3rd, 2003 02:43 pm (UTC)
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That might be a good idea- we never watch our movies! Plus, we want DVDs of everything we have anyway since we have a DVD player now.

Thanks!
poohkenstein
Feb. 3rd, 2003 05:00 pm (UTC)
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eh, you could get between 5 to 7 bucks each, dpending on the store... and the movie. :)
rivulet
Feb. 3rd, 2003 05:17 pm (UTC)
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That's not bad - I wonder if I can sell them to my many coworkers for more than that. Probably not.
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