Dear Dish It :: Quick Cash

All the stuff I want for back-2-school shopping add up to more than $300. My mom and dad are definitely not going to shell out the cash, and I'm too young for a real job, but too old to go outside and run the neighborhood lemonade stand. I'm great with computers and tech stuff. Do you have any ideas for some quick cash before school starts? Back to Article

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Oreo12today wrote:
2013-08-14 08:03:47 -0700

its hard to get people to say yes

purplelvr wrote:
2013-07-30 15:45:35 -0700

car washing for me

pricetag wrote:
2013-07-16 15:50:12 -0700

(: car washing in bathing suits job for meh

JennyD wrote:
2013-07-16 15:48:56 -0700


kagaya wrote:
2013-06-23 10:53:47 -0700

i save money by doing little works to help my mom and she pay me. sometimes i get some money from dad if i get good marks

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Temporarily Alyssa wrote:
2013-06-23 10:45:12 -0700

I Make Money On , Youtube O.o

brunostar wrote:
2013-06-23 10:41:46 -0700


Aarjan wrote:
2013-05-19 02:41:10 -0700

Never read it...xD

-ZeroHero- wrote:
2013-05-19 02:39:23 -0700

WHY DO KIDS NEEDS MONEY -.- I don't even know where to use meh money.

brunostar wrote:
2012-08-07 06:26:51 -0700

selling something Devil

Mbgirljoi wrote:
2012-06-17 17:10:55 -0700

Selling something

coolcharlie101 wrote:
2011-04-13 18:53:30 -0700

if ur gd at tech do comp lessons and help ppl set up stuff. some ppl like my nan have illness so they cant type u could teach um 2 do it again

GroovyChic99 wrote:
2011-01-11 11:12:53 -0800

It would be a great idea to do yard work to me 'cause it's not that hard.

LilSockPuppet wrote:
2010-11-28 01:30:24 -0800

You can make over 500$ just by helping out CharityNewsies with packages near you only takes 1/2 an Hour...Quick aint it?

lover wrote:
2010-09-25 06:01:14 -0700

try to help the eldery

Lizzmagg wrote:
2010-09-25 01:17:27 -0700

You should just do anything people around your neiborhood need, such as baby sitting, mowing, or a yard sale.

lepuck wrote:
2010-08-20 15:49:10 -0700

Oh you should gather up a bunch of stuff you don't want anymore and have a yard sale!!!

FlameGirl10 wrote:
2010-08-20 04:43:22 -0700

like Miracle said: you could babysit. Like, if u go to church put up a poster and name and say BABYSITTER.

It's best to babysit people who you know. And- I suggest u do 5 and under. thats the best age.

Or, you could get some friends together and do a ca

Miracle972 wrote:
2010-08-20 03:06:39 -0700

You could Babysit...that's what I do and i sometimes make more than 50 dollors a night watching my neighbor's children.

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I think you should be you wether or not your tomboy or girlie your being you. You have your own style and don't let nobody change that because THEY don't like it it only matters if YOU like it
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This is such an interesting question.. I'll tell you why I think so. I am BOTH the biggest tomboy ever and the girliest girl. I think being either or BOTH is more in YOUR mind than in anything else - it's an internal feeling. Femininity is so personal. I always, always, always have my nails done. BUT they are Gel so they never chip and when I am climbing up mountains or pulling on my wetsuit to things that I find typically damaging to your nails - they stay perfect. So I am doing these rather "tomboyish" activities but my nails are awesome :P I wear a lot of dresses but that doesn't deter me from any activity, the key is shorts underneath. I don't wear make up, not usually but I do love lip gloss. One think I guess I think is important though, feel it. Remind yourself how awesome and unique you are, no matter what you wear - hold your head high and remind yourself you are a QUEEN. Not a princess, lame. BUT a queen! Good Luck, and I love all the practical tips everyone provided. Great job you guys! 
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