At 10/31/10 03:41 PM, Grubby wrote:
Lol I'm just kidding about the recession, but maybe it's true. I don't know ANYWHERE I can mow lawns and stuff.
Well, you live in Washington, right? And it snows up there, right? So buy a snow-shovel for like $10, and go find neighborhoods that don't offer snowshoveling services. Then go door to door, asking people if they'd like their driveways or frontwalks shoveled.
The catch is, no matter if they say yes or no, you kill them with the snowshovel and steal all their valuables.
LOL JK THIS IS A MUCH BETTER PLAN.
Even if they don't need their walks shoveled right then, you can set up an appointment to come back and shovel it once it snows again. As a paid worker, you'll also be in a good spot to ask if they need anything else done (yardwork, brush clearing, maybe even interior cleaning or dog walking).
You can get a pretty fair amount of money from that ($20-$50+ a house, neighborhood dependent) just from shoveling alone.