16 Ways You Can Make Money Collecting Things in Woods and on Beaches
Collect in the Woods
Weed seeds, buds, cones, etc., for making "nature jewelry"
Flowers useful for drying
Weeds to be dried and used in flower arrangements
The giant scarab beetles
Pine cones, to be treated with chemicals for use in a fireplace
Specially formed branches of small trees to be made into canes
Gold from rivers
Collect on the Beach
Rocks in gardens
Ordinary pine cones, of any size, can be made to look almost exactly like tiny owls simply by adding "eyes" which can be purchased at any hobby or craft shop.
Look in your mailbox. What do you see almost every day? Coupons. Look in your newspaper. What do you see EVERY day? Coupons. It seems like coupons multiply like rabbits. Why? Prices are rising, unlike a majority of people's incomes.
When some people think about becoming rich, they might imagine suddenly coming into a bunch of money. Maybe they'll win the lottery. Maybe a rich relative will die and leave a fortune to them. Or perhaps they'll suddenly make it as a famous actor. Planning to become wealthy this way is a non starter.
There are hundreds of opportunities in the service arena offering low-cost start-ups and high profit returns. Almost all can be run from home.
People are always interested in saving money. If you can develop a product or service that will help them save, you are almost guaranteed success.
If you have a garage or work building and are willing to learn a craft, upholstering, re-upholstering and/or furniture refinishing would make an excellent home business.
A few years ago it would have been foolish to even consider a sign business unless you were well qualified to hand paint letters and illustrations.
Order 5,000 3 x 6 commission circulars from your printer selling $1.00 items that you earn 50% commission on every order you receive. Have your name printed on them - it will save you hours of stamping time.
Garage sales are like any other form of business. To get the most money out of your garage sale, you have to know what you are doing. You have to be acquainted with the market, advertise for business, offer competitive prices and quality merchandise.
I would say the most frequently asked question from beginners about opening their own business is "What should I sell?" I then proceed to ask them, "What interests and hobbies do you have?" Most don't know how to answer that question because they ...