You can keep pushing on your daily job, but ultimately that might not be the right solution for that additional income you look for. Also pushing on the same thing, over and over, can actually lead you backwards. Consider doing something different from your regular career. Try dabbling in some form of entrepreneurship, who knows, one day this income may be enough to let you quit your 9 to 5 job.

Without further a due, here are 5 cool ideas for creating additional income:

1. You could rent your car, bike, boat or outdoor equipment

If you have something you aren’t using that often, have you ever thought of renting it? You didn’t know you can rent your bike? You could make $250 a week by renting that bike you bought, or you could rent your second car and earn $2000 a month,

Splinster – rent your bike, snowboard or surfboard
Getaround  or Relayrides Рrent your car
Boatbound – for your boat

2. Rent additional space

People are always looking for that extra storage. Have you ever thought of renting out your spare bedroom or basement as a storage?

You could start off with Craigslist or if you are based in San Francisco try Roost (expending nationwide soon).

3. Drive people around in your spare time

We are all aware of rise of Uber and similar apps. Nowadays you could easily partner up with one of these driving companies and earn from $200 to $500 per day driving people around. You could work either in your spare time or become a regular driver and earn more then $65 000 per year.

Popular apps include: Uber, Lyft, and

4. Voiceover

Even if you do not have any voice acting talent, there are chances that someone is looking exactly for your voice for their online or radio commercial. Some of the best websites for voice over work are Voicebunny and

5. Write web content

How many blogs and different websites have you visited lately looking for something or reading someone’s thoughts etc. A lot I presume. You don’t need advanced literary skills, your thoughts are valuable either way.

The need for content is bigger then ever. Best places to look for writing jobs are: Scripted, Elance and Odesk.