Hey, I'm Daniella - your resident side hustle queen and instructor
I'm a software engineer and the founder of iliketodabble.com which I actually started on a whim on the side of my full-time job back in 2017.
Since then, my business brought in $30,000 in 2019 alone.
In the last 3 years, I went from 2 streams of income in my business, to now 8 streams of income and shifted from a sole-proprietor to an LLC (Limited Liability Company). Because of this side business, my wife Ally and I have been able to pay of 35k of debt in the last 2 and a half years (she also has a side business of her own) and reached a milestone of $100k saved! 🎉
I've built an amazing community that continues to grow with a combined social media following of 40,000+ and 7,000 members on our email list.
I've also had the honor of being featured on big name sites like Business Insider, Huffington Post, Refinery29, CNBC, Bustle, USA Today, and more (which I actually show you in this course how to get similar big media mentions).
The side hustle gene runs deep in these veins.
My father immigrated from Venezuela to the U.S. when he was 18 to go to school and start a life. When I was a kid, he worked 3 different jobs while my mom was in nursing school and also working at the hospital (where she was always on call, working odd hours) at the same time.
Then I think back to the first time I started my first "hustle" or "dabble". I've been side hustling since I was a kid when I created a Lisa Frank sticker club in 2nd grade and charged sticker packs to join, but that was just the beginning.
Throughout my life, I went on to dabble in the following side hustles:
💵 Freelance web development
💵 Freelance writing & design
💵 Created and sold paintings at festivals
💵 Bought old PlayStation consoles, repaired them, and resold them on Craigslist for a profit
💵 Flipped items on eBay and Poshmark
💵 Created an Etsy digital download store and dropshipping store
💵 Created and now manage a website and brand iliketodabble.com
💵 And now also manage a second website hikingandroadtrips.com with my wife, Ally