The main groups of fishes are lobsters, swordfish, monkfish and sharks. Lobsters and swordfish are the only profitable fishes to be caught in the worlds of non-members. The best fishing spots are close to banks, where are located in Caterby and fishing Guild. As a member, when you complete the quest of the Swan Song, you can fish for monkfish. Musa Point (Karamja) is the only one place for catching lobsters and swordfish. In the worlds of non-members and members, you can exchange your fishes for bank note by talking to Stiles who lives in the south of the volcano.

Level 30-60: Cut Willow logs. Willow logs are fast exp, but their locations aren't normally quiet. You won't make much money with these trees, but enough to buy a Rune Hatchet (requires 41 Woodcutting). You can get magic seeds worth up to 150,000gp from birds nests here. Skip cutting down maples. These become available at level 45, but they are slow to cut down and not as good money per hour as willows.

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Krystal, I understand what you are saying, but I have made money selling pictures online, and I am no pro. I can get great pictures of wildlife, tropical landscapes, and many things that other photographers may not be able to get. Should I not do this, so that other photographers can? I am also trying to pay bills and run a household. It seems that raising prices could eliminate some of your future clients. I occasionally get calls because someone can’t or won’t pay $250-$500 for someone to take pictures of their family on the beach. I also give them the CD of all of their photo’s, which many photographers won’t do.
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If Uber Eats or Lyft weren’t a great fit, Uber is yet another option. By driving with Uber, you have the flexibility to drive whenever you want, which means you can start making money as soon as you are approved to drive, and it’s all on your own schedule. They’re currently offering a $1,050 bonus to new drivers in our area (Virginia Beach, VA) but that amount will vary based on your regional market. See their website for more details.

You should spend some days in evaluating all kinds of items. When you see price is lower than normal, you should buy items as many as possible. In order to make great profit, you should invest in two thousand to ten thousand items, depending on how expensive they are. This is the most difficult part in items investment, because you never know the price of items will increase or not.


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When you sign up for Trim, they immediately begin analyzing your spending and look for ways to reduce it. They’ll call your internet service provider and negotiate you a better deal on the same service. Same for your cable package (or any other recurring service you have). They’ll also look for hidden or otherwise forgotten about subscriptions and cancel those if needed. Think of them as your bill guard dog. No one gets by without their permission.
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If you have to pay it now, you have to take out a loan, ask for an advance on your salary or borrow money from friends or family. If it can wait, the amount will accumulate interest until you pay it back. If it's just one month out of twelve, and the other eleven you always have money left over, there's not really anything to worry about. Put the left over money aside to pay this month's expenses. Other than that, there are only two things you can do: spend less, or earn more. Sell your car, move to a smaller place, get a roommate. Cut whatever expenses you need to break even. Try for a second job, a raise, or sell something you make.
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