A book I’ve been reading lately is “Side Hustle” by Chris Guillebeau. It is a book about starting a side hustle to make a little extra cash on the side, and potentially even making a living from that hustle, over time.
It breaks the process up into easy to understand and follow steps and has great examples of people who managed to start thriving side hustles.
Obviously the book doesn’t tell you exactly what kind of hustle to start, but it presents a range of tools to help you figure out what will work for you. It also presents the entire process in a simple 27-day-plan. With this book and the right mindset I believe anyone can start a side hustle that can bring in money.
Twitch is a great place to find new people to talk to and new communities to join. Here are a few of the people I enjoy on Twitch.
Starting off on an absolute high. EdinburghsNicestBoy (Or ENB for short) has managed to create one of the nicest and most wholesome communities I have ever seen. ENB is a Scottish streamer who is always ready to put a smile on your face, and the community is always there to cheer you up when needed.
ENB’s streams and community has got it all. Need a laugh? ENB has silly jokes. Feel down? Everyone is ready to hear you out and cheer you up. Need nice pet pictures? Join the ENB Discord.
The first person I found on Twitch was ScottOnFire and I immediately knew I had come to a great platform. The games and the accent were great, and Scott was very welcoming and introduced me to the world of twitch.
Stumbling into RingTail’s stream one day, I found myself in the presence of a fellow small streamer, trying to make it on Twitch. He was quick to welcome me into the stream, and I soon felt like we were truly allies in the Twitch struggle. I still support RingTail, when I can, and very much enjoy his content.