I love Amazon! Everything you could ever imagine (pretty much) available to you at just a couple of clicks. Whilst Amazon Prime has saved many a person’s back with it’s option to get many items available the next day, if you are not in a rush to get the item – you can use this … Read the rest
I’m delighted to be able to bring you a guest post today from fellow money blogger Nick. He has kindly shared how we can make up to £7,500 a year tax-free if we have a single room for rent in our homes! Over to Nick!
GOT A SPARE ROOM? MAKE THOUSANDS FROM IT THROUGH THIS… Read the rest
I’m delighted to remind you of this interview I did with Emma Drew last year. Emma Drew was the first money blogger that I was really aware of. Using her hints and tips to make extra money and savings has turned my life around. I can thoroughly recommend her free money-making mastermind course which can … Read the rest
Where to get free stuff!
I’m always being asked by people where to get free stuff from? They know I love freebies. They also know that I also love not having to pay full price for things if I don’t need to. On this page I am going to share with you my favourite ways … Read the rest
I used to really hate using eBay to sell things. When you take into consideration the commission they charge, plus the PayPal fees, and the effort involved in the postage, I just could never be bothered. Last summer I spent half of a Sunday doing a car boot sale, and that’s not including the time … Read the rest
I’m always on the hunt for new ways to make some extra money. If you are reading this – then you probably are too. I want to tell you about something which I’m new too – but I’ve heard really good things about. Charity shop (or thrift store) and car boot flipping! It sounds crazy … Read the rest
This is a very unconventional approach to paying off debt – and I know it won’t work for a lot of people. In the end I cleared off half my debt with less than a day’s work so I had to tell you about it.
It all started when a friend’s dad had been on … Read the rest
I’m so pleased I know more about managing money after getting out of debt. My lack of knowledge was how I got into debt after all. Going through that has been a big learning curve and I really feel more confident about money management. I’m not saying I’ve got it totally sussed but It definitely … Read the rest