If you ever see me in person, there’s a good chance you’ll find me riding around on an electric scooter. For years, I’ve used shared electric scooters from companies like Bird and Lime. I always knew I wanted to get my own scooter though, so I was beyond excited when Varla gave me the opportunity to try out the Varla Eagle One. In this Varla Eagle One review, I’m going to go over the Varla Eagle One scooter, discuss some of the features I like about it, and give you the information you need to decide if this scooter makes sense for you.
One of the first side hustles I ever picked up was dog sitting via Rover. I created my Rover pet sitting profile back in 2015 and have watched dozens of dogs over the years. It’s worked out well for me. I’ve been able to make a decent amount of side hustle income from Rover, and importantly, I’ve been able to earn this income in a way that’s been fun and hasn’t been much work.
I first signed up for Grubhub about three years ago when I discovered that Grubhub was operating in my city. Like all the food delivery apps, what made Grubhub appealing to me was its flexibility. I could work whenever I want and earn extra income while also working a full-time regular job.
The Observa app is a gig economy app you can use to earn extra money by taking photos of products with your phone. Here’s how it works.
I’ve now been an Uber Eats driver (or Uber Eats courier) since 2016. It’s one of my favorite side hustles and a side hustle that I think many people could incorporate into their own lives, whether they’re looking to make extra money or simply looking for a potentially fun activity to try out.