I'm 23 & make £740 a month from five side hustles that I have alongside my 9-5 job, it really couldn't be easier | The Sun

WITH the cost-of-living crisis affecting households up and down the country, it's little surprise people are trying to earn a few extra bob wherever they can.

One savvy woman who decided to take on five side hustles to do just that is Devon Lloyd (@devlloyd99).

In the clip, the 23-year-old, who works in the legal sector, begins by detailing how she makes £50 per month just by selling her uni notes.

She then goes on to say that she's raked in a whopping £250 this month simply by renting out her clothes.

Next, Devon explains that selling her clothes on sites such as the likes of Vinted/DEPOP and Vestiaire has earned her a handsome sum of £250 this month alone.

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Devon reveals she's also made £40 this month from the creator fund by posting on TikTok, and has earned £150 working hospitality on weeks – plus tips.

Adding up the total, she concludes: "£740 extra this month – that's about a week's work at my 9-5."

Devon captioned the post: "Making money alongside my 9-5."

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The post has since gone viral and received several comments from intrigued social media users, who all had a lot of questions to ask.

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"Where do you sell uni notes?" questioned one.

Devon replied: "Stuvia , studocu and tes.edu."

Another asked how she rents her clothes, to which Devon replied: "By rotation."

A third assumed what Devon was saying was too good to be true and questioned: "£150 per shift in hospitality that doesn't sound right."

Devon responded: "It’s hostessing for VIP events.

"It’s £13.50 per hour and I work 12 hour shifts.

"Last time I worked I also made £150 in tips on top."

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