The summer holidays are nearly here and before you know it, you’ll have loads of things to plan for the time the children are off school. I think I’m quite lucky at the minute because Erin goes to nursery for 51 weeks of the year, meaning there is no summer holidays for us. However, we’re still probably going to want nice days out when the weather is nice so here are some ideas for how to earn money extra money for summer. Selling on Facebook I am a massive fan of selling unwanted items on Facebook. I’ve done quite well
All throughout June you can earn large bonuses when sign up as my referral on Swagbucks. Swagbucks is a rewards site where you earn points (called SB) for things you’re probably doing online already, like searching the web, watching videos, shopping, discovering deals, and taking surveys. Then you take those points and exchange them for gift cards to places like Amazon, Target, or PayPal cash. When you sign up through me this month, you can earn a 500 SB bonus! Here’s how: 1. Sign up using this link: https://bit.ly/2kN6KCp 2. Earn 500 SB total before July 1st, 2018. You’ll get a
I used to sell on eBay every now and again but honestly, it drives me mad. I don’t really have the time, or the patience, to list items and specifics. I don’t know why but I find it overly time consuming and also, I hate having to take loads of parcels to the Post Office in the pushchair. Generally, I sell any unwanted items on Facebook. I guess it’s known in some areas more as Facebay. This is a guide to selling on Facebook! Groups Selling on Facebook is done in a group and they can have any kind of
Being self-employed can be really difficult. You never know when your next piece of work will come in and you never know if you’re going to consistently earn the same amount each month. It would be lovely to be able to say that we don’t rely on the money I make each month but we do, especially now that Erin is at nursery and we don’t get any help with fees at the moment. Being self-employed has changed how we deal with money because something had to change. Here are some tips for dealing with dry spells when you’re self-employed.
When I made the decision to go self-employed and quit my job in a supermarket, I knew that things wouldn’t always be easy. Before, I had the security of a regular, although not huge, income and I knew that we would never have to worry about how much money we had at certain times during the month. Being self-employed can be really tough sometimes and we need a bit of help with paying bills. Managing money when you are self-employed can be tough so here’s how we try to deal with it as a family. As a blogger, I can never tell
All throughout February you can earn large bonuses when sign up as my referral on Swagbucks. Swagbucks is a rewards site where you earn points (called SB) for things you’re probably doing online already, like searching, watching videos, discovering deals, and taking surveys. Then you take those points and exchange them for gift cards to places like Amazon, Starbucks, or PayPal cash. When you sign up through me this month, you can earn a 300 SB bonus! Here’s how: 1. Sign up using this link 2. Earn 300 SB total before 1/3/18. You’ll get a 300 SB bonus for it! 3.
With Christmas being less than 2 months away, it’s getting the the time where people start to panic buy, put purchases on credit cards and figure out how they’re going to pay for a Christmas they maybe cannot afford. There is still loads of time save some money so here are some last minute penny pinching ideas for Christmas! Loyalty Cards I have a Sainsbury’s Nectar card which I use on a daily basis. We live across the road from Sainsbury’s so this is where I do all of my shopping. I try to save my points up all year
I was very lucky to have some good advice from Katy from Katykicker.com before my first holiday to Center Parcs. Without a few tips from her, I could have ended up spending loads of money that I really didn’t need to. Now, having been myself I thought I’d share with you some ways to save money during your holiday! Book meals in advance For quite a few of the restaurants at Center Parcs you can book your meals in advance online. To do this, you need to pay a £5 deposit per person. However this money is taken off your