purchasing power is one of the main drivers [economy]
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 10, 2015
Debt Consolidation USA shared in a recently published article how consumers who are dealing with side hustles might prevent a potential burn out. The article titled “Are You Losing Steam With Your Side Hustle?” points out some useful tips to keep motivated with the part time job to keep that additional income in the household budget.
The article starts off that in a consumer driven economy where purchasing power is one of the main drivers, having a side hustle becomes a very important financial venture. This is especially true for people that are already living from paycheck to paycheck or even those that are underemployed. The additional money that comes from part time work becomes a valuable financial lifeline.
As a side hustle is oftentimes on top of regular job, it is easy to understand why some people might lose steam down the line. This is where the article comes in as it points out some of the more common cures to save a person from burning out. One of which is being able to multi task with work.
It can be confirming cupcake orders during a lunch break or watching how-to videos to and fro work in commute. The article points out that it is critical that people do not multitask incorrectly like texting and driving or baking for hours when the kids are in the pool playing. That is why the article also points out that people should consider getting help if they need one.
This means that if getting a nanny for a few hours can let them bake those ordered cakes, then they should do so. If it means being able to take up that photography job for half a day, then they should go ahead and consider getting help. It brings in more in the long run when compared to getting hired help around the house.
To read the full article, click this link: http://www.debtconsolidationusa.com/personal-finance/are-you-losing-steam-with-your-side-hustle.html