Side hustles are becoming increasingly common these days. There’s a wide range of them, after all, from driving for Uber to making passive income from selling e-books. Here, 13 people share how much money they have made from their side hustles. Side hustles are becoming increasingly common these days, especially with the popularity of apps and platforms such as Uber and TaskRabbit. While some people are driving for Uber in their spare time, others are making passive income from e-books or products they sell online through sites like Amazon or Etsy. The online investment company Betterment found that 67% of people with a side job are doing them primarily for financial reasons, such as paying off debt and saving for retirement. This figure was based on a survey of 1,000 Americans 25 years or older – 500 of whom have a side hustle in addition to their full-time job and 500 of whom rely on their side hustle as their main source of income. According to the Intuit 2020 … [Read more...] about 13 people reveal how much money they have made from their side hustles
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SECTIONS Search E-edition Customer Service Customer Service SacBee Rewards About Us About Us Contact Us Apps Mobile & Apps Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube News in Education (NIE) Newsletters Local Sacramento Region Arena City Beat Crime Local Govt Salary Database The Homeless Marcos Bretón Transportation Education Environment Health & Medicine Traffic Conditions Weather Communities Elk Grove Folsom/El Dorado Roseville/Placer Yolo Sports Sports Kings NBA News 49ers Giants Oakland A's High School Sports Joe Davidson More Sports Raiders NFL News MLB News River Cats Soccer Colleges Golf Autos Racing Politics Politics Capitol Alert State Workers The California Influencer Series Local Elections PoliGRAPH State Worker Salary Database Legislative Gifts … [Read more...] about 2.7 million Californians still don’t have health insurance. Can that number go lower?
As a long-term WW member, I was curious about the company’s latest re-branding and program changes. I was given early access by WW to their WellnessWins rewards program, which launches for all members on Thursday. WellnessWins offers members the chance to earn “wins” by doing healthy habits. Wins can be redeemed for products and experiences from WW and 11 other companies including Kohls, Rent the Runway, ClassPass, and more. After experiencing the new program for myself, I believe it offers great foundational tools for people who want to lose weight, get in better shape, or simply just live a healthier, more balanced life. As someone who has been a member of Weight Watchers for a few years, I’ve seen the company go through various shifts. From the transition to the Freestyle program to Oprah implementing guided meditations on the brand’s in-app social media network Connect, changes to the program always seem to be hit or miss with existing … [Read more...] about I’m a long-term WW member — and here’s what I think of the new WellnessWins rewards system
DURHAM, N.C. —On a chilly Wednesday morning in December, Jesse McCoy II headed upstairs to a third-floor courtroom full of cherrywood pews. The 34-year-old housing attorney had never before met his potential client and knew hardly any of the details of a case he might argue in less than 15 minutes. He looked down at the name on his manila folder—Leona Roberts—and called it out in open court. Roberts, a 42-year-old mother with a wide smile, was facing eviction from her $650-per-month yellow ranch in East Durham. The one-time nursing assistant always paid her rent, though sometimes it came with an extra $32 late fee. But a massive water and sewer bill of more than $700 in September forced her to choose between that and the rent. She chose the water bill, frustrated the landlord had ignored her complaints about leaking pipes. In late November, after Roberts complained to city inspectors about the pipes, the landlord filed to evict her.McCoy knew an eviction had the … [Read more...] about Fighting an eviction crisis: How a young black lawyer is changing his city
Rosie Fitzmaurice, provided by Published 4:17 am, Friday, May 18, 2018 Shutterstock/j.chizhe New research has concluded that some calories are more harmful than others. This reinforces the idea that what you're eating is just as important, if not more important than, how much of it you're eating. The study found that drinking sugar-sweetened drinks increases your risk factor of obesity-related diseases compared to eating the caloric equivalent of starch. The researchers also found that aspartame (an artificial sweetener) won't make you gain weight. Recommended Video: Now Playing: If you’re trying to lose weight, a big breakfast could be just what you need. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more. Media: Buzz 60 The paper, published in Obesity Reviews by 22 American scientists from different universities, provides further evidence to suggest that if you want to reduce your risk of diseases associated with obesity you should be looking at the … [Read more...] about There’s even more evidence to suggest you shouldn’t only be counting calories to prevent weight gain and disease