Linda Rosenkrantz was an art-world 'it' girl when, in the summer of 1965, she started carrying a reel-to-reel tape recorder everywhere she went, recording conversations at the beach, during parties, and after S&M hookups with New York City's wildest men.
E.J. Dickson, who last visited Sex Lives while pregnant, returns with her two-month-old baby in tow. She recounts taking an Uber to the hospital while her water was breaking, and feeling her uterus lifted out of her body. Motherhood is wild.
Where is the best place in America to fall in love? When Cosmopolitan asked Jada Yuan to find out, she flew to six wildly different locales to look for love in every damn place. She came away exhausted—and more optimistic than ever.
There’s more than one way to make a lot of money designing and selling t-shirts without actually keeping them on hand. In today’s store, an app designer earns six-figures with a print-on-demand service.
A woman uses skills she learned in her day job to help other teachers be more successful in the classroom.
An impromptu trip to a local farmer’s market leads one woman in California to a sustainable six-figure side hustle selling glass nail files online.
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Three friends come up with a winning idea to add huge pockets to the fronts of shirts… because everyone needs a way to carry puppies and beers around with them.
A Pacific Northwest couple travels full-time but still brings in over $60,000/year designing “tiny” houses and alternative living spaces.
When she can’t find anything good to read, a finance employee starts writing romance novels of her own. The books go on to sell hundreds of thousands of copies and pull her family out of debt.
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Bonus episode! If you’re just getting started in the world of side hustling, explore these different platforms and ideas, including Skillshare (teaching a class), Wyzant (tutoring), etsy (selling handcrafted items), and 6 more.
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A manager for a non-profit organization who describes herself as a queer punk artist creates a series of personal finance classes.
A Washington, DC political analyst turns his travel hacking skills into an email list of more than 275,000 subscribers.
In our seventh weekly recap, we'll highlight the lessons learned in this week of Side Hustle School. Also: more listener Q&A!
How a senior designer for a feminist media publication decides to create tarot card decks and ends up making as much with her side hustle as she does at her day job.
How a UI/UX designer scratched an entrepreneurial itch and used $15,000 of her savings to create a business manufacturing bras for women looking for an alternative to the push-up bra.
How a digital marketer created something for himself, then decided to try selling it other people who had the same needs. He now makes more than $2,500 a month from this side project.
How a USPS mail carrier and court interpreter created an $800/month hustle serving new and expectant parents.
After being featured on TLC, a Chicago psychotherapist and marriage counselor becomes a ceremonial wedding officiant.
How an IT graduate created a web-based service that provides peace of mind to parents with children growing up in the era of technology.