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My side job makes $2,000 a week – it makes people’s lives easier and I found a clever way to get bigger tips

A mum has revealed her job washing clothes sees her earn up to $2,000 a week and says it helps make people’s lives easier.

Christian Sanya said the clothing of returning customers with the cookies can sometimes help him pocket a bigger tip.

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Christian Sanya claims to earn between $1,000 and $2,000 a week doing people’s laundryCredit: BNC
She revealed that her secondary hustle for washing clothes gave her a

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She revealed her secondary hustle for washing clothes gave her ‘financial freedom’ while allowing her to spend time with her daughterCredit: BNC

She told NBC Washington she joined SudShare – a laundry service that has been compared to Uber.

Sanya said she was one of the highest earners and earned between $1,000 and $2,000 a week, but admitted that she could sometimes earn extra money delivering treats.

She said: “All my deliveries are with the Crumbl cookie and my customers love it.

“So that’s my thing. I’m the Crumbl cookie girl.

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The service is designed to provide relief to those who hate doing laundry, don’t have access to a washing machine, or don’t have time to go to the laundromat.

Sanya also revealed that her side hustle gave her “financial freedom” and the opportunity to spend more time with her daughter.

Sudshare workers are notified when they receive an order within 10 miles.

Employees have the option to accept or decline the order.

Then, the workers collect the laundry from their customers, wash it and bring it back the next day.

The company has more than 70,000 so-called sudsters since its launch in 2017, CEO Mort Fertel revealed.

Meanwhile, self-made billionaire Alexandr Wang, who co-founded tech company Scale in 2016, revealed he initially told his parents he would go back to school after the company launched.

Wang launched the startup at age 19 during his freshman year at Massachusetts Institute of Technology alongside coding specialist Lucy Guo.

The entrepreneur told Forbes: “I told my parents it would just be one thing I would do for the summer.

“Obviously I never went back to school.”

Scale was valued at $7.3 billion last April and Wang’s 15% stake in the company is worth around $1 billion.

The company produces data for artificial intelligence applications such as self-driving cars and robotics, and experts work alongside the US Air Force, military, Samsung and Toyota.

And, entrepreneur Melanin King has revealed a series of ways people can earn extra money alongside their jobs.

One way is to use the Fiver app – which can be used to sell services.

Melanin said, “You can easily charge $50 or more depending on what you’re doing.

“If you sell your service for $50 and get five sales a day, that’s $250 a day.”

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Bargain hunters can visit thrift stores to see if they can find pearls, before reselling items on sites such as Craigslist, Facebook or Offer Up.

Food delivery through DoorDash can also help you earn some extra cash.

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