Most of the jobs I see I'm not qualified for (ex. Needs a college degree, I'm in college now) or they involve being a cashier. I have no issue with being a cashier besides the fact that I'm absolutely horrible at counting money. At the camp I worked at I had a few opportunities to do cashier type stuff and every time there would be at least one person who gave me a large denomination bill and I'd give them a very small one back because I got my brain confused. People always told me and I'd apologize profusely and fix it but I don't think a real employer would be pleased.
I've tried being a house sitter/pet sitter and people really like my skills at that and I have quite a few return customers but not enough to actually get ahead with.
I've also tried housecleaning but each time I've done that (5 times) I haven't gotten called back after the 3rd-5th cleaning (I have no idea what goes wrong, I think I do a really good job for a good price but whatever).
I'm really great with people, everybody always seems to like me. I just need something that's going to keep me interested and that's not a cashier job.
Any ideas? Do you think advertising to run errands for people, like doing their grocery shopping for them or something, would get customers?
Thanks for taking the time to read this! =)