Earning cash doesn't require a commute.
If you've got an extra bedroom or two to spare, you should consider becoming an AirBnB host. It's a pretty simple gig that has the potential to bring in a steady cashflow, especially if you live in a tourist destination. Some AirBnB hosts who rent out multiple properties can make well over six figures per year, according to Fast Company. All you need to do is make sure you have a nice, clean space for your guests to stay and all the basic amenities that they could need. Think basic dish ware, a coffee maker, towels, storage space, etc.