Money-making, home-based hobbies
Some easy business ventures perfect for newbie or small entrepreneurs.
The wet-season days are cold and dark—a setting perfect for curling up on a cozy couch with a good book, or to catch up on some much-deserved beauty sleep. Or you can also utilize this window of time to jumpstart a little entrepreneurial venture and earn a little extra on the side.
Here are some practical home-based biz ideas with tips straight from the pros.
Rory Cruz-Subida, manager of The Maya Kitchen (themayakitchen.com) says food is a business idea that can never go wrong. “One easy business to start off with is by offering hotcakes for breakfast, baon or merienda in your neighborhood. To make them even more attractive to buyers, you can also make your own syrup using the powder mix that they put into those pearl drinks into ketchup dispensers, add water and shake.” Other items that you can sell include cupcakes and brownies made from premixes. “You can also sell ulam to moms who don’t have the time to cook dinner for their families. You just need to put a blackboard outside your home to advertise your product for the day.” Some extra pointers: