I make more than $100,000 a year from my side hustle decluttering and organizing homes – here are my top tips

A TEACHER makes more than $100,000 a year from her side hustle decluttering and organizing homes for her clients.

Julia Raz, of Los Angeles, helps tidy properties and advises hoarders who may struggle to get rid of possessions.

The 38-year-old teacher was inspired by a museum exhibition about “happiness through minimalism” that she attended in 2019.

She then got rid of 80 percent of the belongings in her own home.

She told Grow Acorns: “Decluttering to me is the simplest way to find peace and order in your life.”

Two years later, she started organizing homes for free before charging her clients.

Julia could dedicate more of her time to organizing professionally because her classes went online amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Since January 2021, she earned around $103,000 organizing homes and on average her business Golden West Organizing brings in around $10,000 a month.

Between January and June that year, she raked in around $13,800.

But, in February this year, she had a record month – bringing in $20,000 in revenue.

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She hopes that her business could make profits of $200,000 a year.

Julia said part of her success is due to how much time people have stayed at home during the pandemic.

There is a team of half a dozen part-time organizers.

Julia charges $150 for two organizers or $250 for herself and another organizer.

She said: “I consider my business in the middle of things, but it’s toward the higher end.”


Julia doesn’t just organize and declutter homes; she also offers a type of “therapy”.

She helps homeowners through the journey of letting go of belongings or possessions.

The teacher also helps Americans unpack their boxes when they move into a new home.

Meanwhile, mom-of-ten Teresa Greenway has made $323,000 teaching people how to bake bread online.

She took any job she could find until realizing there was value in her favorite hobby.

And Jasmine McCall headed to college with a bad credit score after forgetting to pay her first credit bill.

Her money mismanagement formed the basis for her spectacular side hustle.

Jasmine realized that collection agencies were also charging excessive fees on top of her debt, that she didn't actually owe.

While keeping track of her score and transactions, she began writing dispute letters to credit bureaus to get the extra charges removed from her credit report.

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Hundreds of people have wanted her assistance to help tackle their credit concerns.

Jasmine guides customers on her YouTube channel and sold an average of $25,000 in digital products over the final four months of last year, raking in a whopping $100,000.

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