How To Turn Your Hobby Into A Business

Lately I discovered that perhaps freedom is more important than money. However we would be foolish to think that money is not a necessity. How could we kill two birds with one stone? What if we could turn one of our hobbies into a business to offset expenses when pursuing our freedom? Check out the infographic below for some pointers.

How are you turning your hobby into a business? Are you glad you did?

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10 Responses

  1. krantcents says:

    Blogging in general is very time consuming and eventually you want to earn some money from it or at least I did. I still enjoy it and keep coming back because of the intrinsic enjoyment. There is something about writing and interacting with others that seems to be fulfilling. I would and did this for free, but the money is nice, however small.

  2. Debt RoundUp says:

    I think everyone wants to turn their passion into money, but I do think that sometimes we think the grass is greener on the other side. What happens when you lose interest in your passion because it feels more like work?

    • Buck Inspire says:

      I have a friend that told me the same thing during a rough patch. He turned one of his favorite past times into his business and because of it he lost one of his favorite things to do.

  3. Arlee Bird says:

    When I was a kid and collecting stamps I used to dream of one day owning a stamp store. Now, there’s something you don’t see much anymore. Good thing I didn’t take that route. My show biz career was almost like a hobby to me in some ways and I made a decent living at it for a good many years. Don’t know about blogging, but I hope to start making something from writing eventually.

    I think it’s good to make a living out of something you love to do.

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    • Buck Inspire says:

      I enjoyed stamp and coin collecting, but wasn’t passionate about it enough to turn it into a business. You did have a nice run in show biz. Fun times! Good luck with your writing. I’m sure you will get there as you are very talented and well respected by your community!

  4. Moneycone says:

    The best part is the internet has made this real easy (or easier than before!). If you have a talent or a hobby, you can use the power of the internet to make some side cash.

  5. Kevin Watts says:

    I think a lot of times turning a hobby into a business is not really viable. There has to be a market and demand for it. Nice infographic.

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