A chef's job is hard, often requiring you to work 7 days a week and 10 to 12 hours each day.
In addition to the long hours a chef's job is extremely fast-pased, demanding and stressful both on the body and mind.
As you grow in your career as a chef and become a head chef or an executive chef the number of hous and responsibilities increase. Decades of hard work and stress starts to take its toll on your mind and body.
With your skills as a chef you have a lot of opportunities to start a side hustle, to earn sore additional income to complement your regular income. This gives you the flexibility to redure the number of hours you have to work, and if your side hustle does well you can build it to a business as well.
Following are some side hustles that you can start using your cooking and creative skills as a chef.