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Lisa Bezzant has been side hustling through odd jobs, even cleaning up massive amounts of manure, to help save for college.
Elizabeth Brooks started side hustling at the dance studio when she was young, creating bows for other kids, and now she teaches dance.
Cade Davis started mowing lawns and doing other yard work to afford his classic GMC truck, and is now saving for college.
Alexis Sturrock has been working three jobs, from writing, to cooking, to craftmanship, all to pay for college.
Mitchell Hall started selling vintage clothing and costumes online in high school and continued to grow his business in college.
Merry Carranza started working as a cashier in high school, and has been hustling her way through odd gigs ever since.
Rachel Herriges shares how she started catering through high school as a side hustle to help save for college.
How Lydia Hill started working in her family photography business and began writing as a side hustle to pay for her bachelor’s degree.
A young student’s love of coffee lead to working as a barista through high school as a side hustle to earn more income to pay for school.
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The only way I see myself escaping my student loan debt is to kill myself. I want you to read that again: The only way I see myself escaping my student loan debt is to kill myself. Reading that sentence gets me emotional. I can sense the pain. I can feel the despair in the words. […]
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