Travel More: 5 Ways to Increase Your Holiday Fund

Travel More: 5 Ways to Increase Your Holiday Fund
18 Jun 2021

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The key to increasing your holiday fund is to think unconventionally about various ways of getting quick income. You need to become creative and look for sure sources of making money while on the go. Having said that, here are simple ways on how you can increase your holiday fund.

1. Sell the stuff you do not need

One of the quickest ways to increase your holiday fund is by selling the stuff you do not need. These include items that you have not used for a long time and extra things piling around your house. To find these questionable items, just look in the bedroom, sitting room, kitchen, garage, and any other place you think you will find them. Once you have them, you can sell them locally or advertise them online on various classified sites or retail sites.

Additionally, you should also stay away from buying anything that you do not need. Therefore, before deciding to purchase something, probably an electronic – something that will require maintenance – make sure it is absolutely necessary.

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2. Get a side job or business

If you can’t increase your holiday fund from your regular job, you can do it by doing a side business or job. You don’t have to struggle to find a side job or business to do. There are several sites that post a myriad of short-term jobs or businesses you can do when you are free. You need to choose one that allows you to work for a few hours during weekends or after your regular office hours.

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3. Online trading

There are several online trading ventures you can do to increase your holiday fund. These include CFD trading, stock trading and much more. All you need is basic knowledge about online trading and a computer to get started. Once you have these two, the next step is to sign up with a reliable online trading platform such as CMC Markets. Whichever online trading provider you choose to work with, just keep in mind that it is easier to make money and easier to lose money when doing online trading. So, you need to get enough education from people who understand online trading better than you.

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4. Rent your property

If you have a property you are not occupying, you can rent it out to raise money for your holiday. There are several online sites where you can list your property for short term renting. One of them is Airbnb. This site allows property owners to rent out rooms, beds or spaces they are not occupying. You can rent out your residential apartments, vacant garage space, your bed space, your kitchen or any other space you may have. Many people prefer Airbnb because it has a massive online community of clients.

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5. Online freelance jobs

You can grow your holiday fund by doing a wide range of online freelancing jobs. For instance, if you have relevant writing skills, you can write for various blogs that pay anywhere from $10 to $80 per article you submit to them. You can also sign up at any academic or article writing site to start working right away. Besides freelance writing, other freelance jobs you can do online include affiliate marketing, network marketing, social media marketing, graphic design, website design and much more.

Have fun increasing your Holiday Fund!

In fact, the list of things you can do to increase your holiday fund is endless. The ones we have explained above can help you grow your funds on the go without any hassle. If you are comfortable, you can try a number of them.

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Craig Silva

Craig is a husband, a father, team leader, travel and food writer, senior youth group coordinator, designer, brander, community builder, volunteer, and social media strategist. Craig likes to travel, go camping, go on road trips, watch movies, build stuff, operate the grill, and sing with his band. Craig is a member of the Travel Media Association of Canada. In June 2017, PR firm Cision identified Craig as one of Canada’s top 10 most popular male bloggers in the parents and family space.

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