I make an extra £4,000 a month doing side hustle – it’s easy and I do it while I study | The Sun

A STUDENT has revealed how she helps pay off her college fees by pocketing £4,200 a month through a side hustle.

Mia Salas claims she brings in stacks of cash every week by picking up freelance writing jobs.

She boasted that alongside it "paying really well", freelance writing also comes with flexible hours and remote working.

Mia said she started out writing after applying to numerous jobs on LinkedIn.

The full-time college student said she now picks up work from for four publications – making up to £4,200 a month in the process.

In a video posted on TikTok, Mia said: "This is how I make an extra $5,000 (£4,200) a month as a full time college student.


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"I see a tonne of side hustles on TikTok about people filling out surveys and questionnaires to make money online.

"But to me, that's boring. You want to find a side hustle that works for you.

"If you enjoy writing, even the slightest bit, try out freelance writing.

"Flexible hours, remote work, and it pays really well.

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"I just typed in freelance writing on LinkedIn, applied to a tonne of jobs, and now I write for four different publications."

It comes after a man revealed how he makes hundreds of pounds from donating plasma – saving countless lives in the process.

Theo Binna claims he earns up to £850 a month from the unique side hustle, suggesting the process is a lot easier than you may think.

Meanwhile, a woman claims she makes £5,000 a month on her laptop at home – and says you don't need any experience to get started.

Lily May started her business at 22 working as a virtual assistant, helping clients manage their social media channels.

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She claims you can be based anywhere in the world, and don't need any qualifications.

Now she offers to teach other people how they can do it too.

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