If you leave people in awe every time you host your child’s or spouse’s birthday party, then you may want to consider being an event planner. BankRate.com shares the story of Terri Reynolds who started her party hosting business after organizing her daughter’s fourth birthday. “Reynolds offers two-hour, hosted parties with fairy-tale and pirate themes, starting at $600. She works from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. during the week and on weekends, when she hosts parties,” according to Bank Rate. She tells the company that most children’s party planners can make yearly incomes of $35,000. This income could increase significantly as clientele builds.