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    06-03-2010, 10:05 PM
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Weanling
Horse money continued

So.. I'm just wondering if there are any bizzar ways to get easy money for my horse(; I save up every penny I find ( which works because I have 70 dollars in change) I babysit... Not that often tho, I'm dog sitting June 8th for like two weeks. But I'm 13 so I don't think I quilify for any paying jobs, and my mom doesn't like the idea of online money so that's out.. Thanks(:
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    06-03-2010, 10:06 PM
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Weanling
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Originally Posted by Lovehorsesandrunning    
So.. I'm just wondering if there are any bizzar ways to get easy money for my horse(; I save up every penny I find ( which works because I have 70 dollars in change) I babysit... Not that often tho, I'm dog sitting June 8th for like two weeks. But I'm 13 so I don't think I quilify for any paying jobs, and my mom doesn't like the idea of online money so that's out.. Thanks(:
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Start a grooming business! Ask people if they need their ponies groomed etc bathed, turned out or lunged (if your confident with that stuff). Its a FUN way to make money (:
     
    06-03-2010, 10:22 PM
  #3
Green Broke
At 13 I was doing several things to earn money - here are some that might interest you:
Mow lawns
Babysit
Petsit (which I see you are already going to be doing)
Odd jobs

Key thing, let it be known that you are anxious to work to earn money. If you attend a church, get the word out (church is a hotbed of gossip which can be used to your advantage in passing the word around, lol) that you are looking for work. When offered a job, don't turn it down unless it is something you know you can't do or is dangerous to you -- it may not be the ideal job you wanted, but it's a job and your willingness to do that job will open doors to more, refusing will close doors....not saying you can't say no, just saying don't be too picky about what you will do. A lot of the suggestions I might have will depend on the area you live in as some ideas are simply not feasible for certain locations - for various reasons. Don't give your actual location if you aren't comfortable - just answer if you are in a rural area or large metropolitan or the 'burbs.
     
    06-03-2010, 11:19 PM
  #4
Showing
And remember--jobs aren't always fun LOL!
     



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