Whether it’s your home or place of business, nothing is more annoying than an untidy place with cluttering hanging all around. An untidy place can be a turn off to guests or potential clients, not forgetting how big of a health hazard it can be. Science has also proven time and again that cluttered and disorganized spaces can affect one’s level of focus, concentration, and mental well-being. These are the obvious reasons why we tidy up our surroundings all so often, but did you know that tidying up could actually be a major source of primary or secondary income? In case you didn’t, now you know, and there are various ways you can make this happen.
Here are some ways to make a living out of tidying up.
Employment as General Maintenance Staff
Business organizations such as hotels, restaurants, and bars, as well as public institutions such as hospitals, hospices, and government institutions, are always in need of cleaning, hospitality, and maintenance staff. Securing employment as a cleaner may not always fetch you much at the end of the month but if you manage to get a job in a top-class organization in some of these industries where cleanliness is of the utmost essence, the pay can be handsome enough to make a living out of.
Open Up a Maid Service Business
If tidying up is in your DNA and you’re more of a business-oriented type of person, opening up a maid service business can be a great idea. If done right from the start-up point, it can actually fetch you more than you need to make a living. If you’re smart when starting the business and you know how to grow a cleaning service, it won’t be long till you finally become your own boss, thanks to your tidying-up skills. Especially if you take your business online and create a platform where clients can book your services, the rest will fall into place. In addition to this, however, you’ll need to be well connected to people who are willing to work in homes and business places cleaning up and offering maintenance for a considerable amount of monthly, hourly, or weekly income. It won’t be so long, your venture could start paying off handsomely, especially if you make use of modern technology.
Sell Items You No Longer Need
In a lifetime, we buy tons of stuff, most of which end up lying abandoned in our garages, backyards or junkyards with time. That old piece of furniture or electronic with a minor faults (that you may consider junk) could be gold to another person. This is why second-hand shops are available and selling items you no longer need from time to time will not only fetch you some side income, but it will also bring along other benefits of uncluttered spaces.
Sell Reusable “Clutter” and Remnants to Recycling Firms
Wood, Copper, Iron, Silver, Aluminum, and plastic, all of these are examples of recyclable/reusable material that we often use in our daily lives. Thanks to today’s urge in humans to remain friends with the environment, this is something that you can actually monetize. After tidying up your home/office, you could sort out the waste and stock up any remnants from these kinds of material in bags and sell them to recycling plants. You can even commercialize the idea and become a collector where waste copper, silver, plastic, iron, steel, and aluminum is brought to you and you later sell it to waste recycling plants.
Ensuring tidiness in your surroundings is not only good for your health and mental well-being, but it can also provide you with a money-making opportunity. Having a passion for tidying up is enough to make you a living. With the above pointers, you can easily bring food to the table through your love for tidiness.