Hi! I’m not an expert in economy, and we all have different needs, but I think it could depend on many things, for example:
– Your geographic location (countryside or city?).
– Things you already own, appart from the money it self, (like a computer? an access to the web?).
– Your professional experiences? If you have a professional background in a specific domain, (you might already have done it, but if not, you can try to get in touch to related companies to get a job).
– If you have no professional experiences, and that you want to have some, or need to have some, you can try using the web to learn, there are many tutorials, free help, you can also use YouTube.
– For the money it self, less money could mean spending less (if you can), on secondary spendings (like perfumes, video games, extra clothing, ..), and for as long as needed until you earn a bit more, to have a sufficient personal space to breathe (and work).
That being said the money subject never really had some “easy” or “fast” solutions, it will always need some work.
It’s also based on our current time events, as in 2020 it would (technically) become harder to earn then in 2019. Money is a tough domain for many people, which includes a lot of work time “well spent” (the choices you make), so sometimes it could help to get some ideas from your close friends or family, as they might know you personnaly (they could become your best advisers on the “how to” subject).