We all know those really bad “wants” that take over your mind sometimes, like a craving for Morelli’s pistachio ice cream after a tiresome day in school – or maybe a burning desire to buy that really neat, but expensive jacket for the winter that’s soon to come.
Entering Morelli’s empty-handed and exiting with an ice-cream in your hand every Monday may bring you some relief, and your taste buds will certainly thank you for it – but your wallet? Probably not. The student life is hard, and every month we have an income and many expenditures just like any adult, whether it may be satisfying our food cravings, buying clothes or getting yourself some new school gear.
So, what can you do if the wallet-you and the student grant simply isn’t enough? If you want to unburden your parents and take matters into your own hands, this guide is for you. Below you can read all about 3 great ways to earn some extra money as a struggling KG-student!
Getting a part-time job has lots of benefits – you don’t only get to challenge yourself and develop your personality, but you also get loads of experience which will be beneficial for future job applications.
That’s it, now you’ve read all about different ways for bringing your wallet back to life. If you’re a struggling KG-student I truly hope that you’ve gathered some good inspiration for future money-making. However, please keep in mind that it isn’t all about the money itself, but how you earn it. Working hard in order to achieve a goal for yourself will (as mentioned earlier) get you a great deal of experience. It will also help you to become stronger and more independent, two qualities that are essential for the tough adult-life to come! Good luck.
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