I have the same problem as your girlfriend.

I'm trying to stop taking a new illustration client work and move on to fine art and making products.
I hope my projects will be somewhat profitable soon to support my life, and I don't think it will be within 2020.
So I'm looking for better payment remote jobs - and I think most of the time they are somewhere around the tech industry.

For example, if you have basic knowledge of programming and motivation for customer care, you can apply to customer support.
https://remoteok.io/remote-non-tech-jobs

Saying is easy, but in reality, you have to compete with hundreds of people with experiences.
I've applied to some tech support and junior engineer jobs on remoteok.io, but I haven't got any reply yet.

Searching for tech internships for carrier changer or paid front engineer training programs are also what I look for now.
Anybody who reads this page and know something about those, please let us know!

We are currently exploring a few options. First one is test.io, they give 3 test tasks to find bugs on sites like nike.com and then you can look for bugs for real websites in development with pay of approximately 5 USD per issue found. Second one, is providing video editing services for YouTubers. Will see how it goes..

hehe, i'm of course on setapp! and I got its discounted subscription on stacksocial.com. they sometimes sell 50% off membership there for limited-time such as black friday. but as they grow bigger, I'm not sure they'll do it again, though.

app sumo is not always good for creators, but sometimes we have to buy something, and which case it's good.

In my case,
(aside from my servers, major social media and the listed sites above)
it's all about saving money.

  1. Appsumo.com
    Quality of their lifetime deals are varied, but sometimes you can find gem deals which you can replace your ongoing subscription products.
    Also, they are very good at marketing and copywriting, so you can learn a business strategy from them

  2. Trustedhousesitters.com
    being a cat lover and not earning enough to afford the rents in Europe, I do housesit to get a place to sleep... and lovely cats😍

  3. Couchsurfing.com
    When the housesitting plan falls back, and there's no friend's place to crash on, I go with CF often. I made a lot of friends on my way of travelling while staying with local people.

(This is not exactly a website, but it aligns with my websites choice)
4. Too good to go
You can get soon-to-expired/expired-but-still-good food at a reasonably discounted price.

If you have any money-saving website recommendation, please let me know πŸ˜‚

Wow your list is so cool. Appsumo is cool for buyers but not for creators AFAICT. I didn't know about pet housesitting. That's such a fun thing to do. Couchsurfing sounds awesome too. Not into pets πŸ™ˆ but I'd definitely do Couchsurfing someday. Your life is definitely interesting. Honestly, I think this was the answer I was looking for πŸ˜‚

I think you forgot to add #4. What kind of money-saving websites recommendations do you exactly want? I know about Setapp if you use a Mac.

hehe, i'm of course on setapp! and I got its discounted subscription on stacksocial.com. they sometimes sell 50% off membership there for limited-time such as black friday. but as they grow bigger, I'm not sure they'll do it again, though.

app sumo is not always good for creators, but sometimes we have to buy something, and which case it's good.

Could you give me an example of "upfront definable deliverable"? because I'm also considering .co, and I wonder if I should go with it.

A definable deliverable: you enter data and get a file (image/data/...) as output. Or an overview or insight.

Undefinable deliverable: you fill in information or contact the owner and you get consultancy that will help you reach your goal(s)..

Thank you! I will try it to see if it won't disturb people use VPNs, ad-blockers or/and privacy-focused browsers such as Brave or Vivaldi. I'm a user of all of these tools and all the time encounter google captcha. It's very much annoying and frustrating. That's why I wanted to go with captcha free-solution.

Some people want to search for a very quiet cafe or cooking space. So #quiet might be an option. Also, vegetarians like me would look into #vegan or #vegetarian.

This is not a hashtag, but I do care about the pricesπŸ˜‚ So it would be great if I can search for free spaces and filter out super expensive places.

I hope it helps!

Thank you!! I couldn't come up with #vegan by myself. You absolutely helped me outπŸ™