During these difficult and uncertain times, almost everyone I have spoken to has concerns about their finances. Whether you are working from home, unable to work, or still in the office, a level of uncertainty hangs over us like nothing our generation has seen or experienced before.
I don’t want to be seen as exploiting … Read the rest Continue Reading
Today I’m going to talk about something a bit different, you are selling something – basically, yourself! Let me explain! Whatever you are good at, there will be someone else who can’t do it, or hates doing it, or for whatever reason, can’t do it. You need to find your strength and sell it. Selling … Read the rest Continue Reading
I am regularly asked how to sell on eBay. I actually used to really hate selling on eBay. When you take into consideration the commission they charge, plus the PayPal fees, and the effort involved in the photographing, listing and postage of the items , I just could never be bothered. Last summer I spent … Read the rest Continue Reading
As you know, I love comping and competitions. That feeling you get when you win a prize (no matter how big or small) is awesome and it’s even better if it’s something you wanted, needed or just wouldn’t normally buy yourself.
I’m only a small time blogger, so I can’t offer these competitions often, but … Read the rest Continue Reading
I love blogging. I started as I wanted to learn about WordPress and I thought the best way of learning would be by doing. My blog’s first incarnation was as a cat blog, but I soon struggled for content even though my cats are the best cats in the world! I realised that if I … Read the rest Continue Reading
As any regular visitor to this site will know, I’m passionate about saving money. Whether this is because you have some debt you need to clear off, or you just want to live more frugally in order to be able to pay for the other things in life, it’s something I’m a real advocate of. … Read the rest Continue Reading
I adore going to the theatre, and having been born and raised in Surrey, I was always really lucky to have the theatres of London and the West End practically on my doorstep. I’ve seen some amazing shows on Broadway, but the quality of the West End and London theatres matches, and on occasion ever … Read the rest Continue Reading
Firstly, I want to go on record and say that anyone who gets the conversations about money going and encourages people to face their financial situation cannot be all bad.
Anyway, I am writing this post today because of a tweet that was brought to my attention this morning by another financial blogger. For those … Read the rest Continue Reading
Regular readers will know that I’m a big fan of using cashback sites, as by making a purchase via these sites, you earn money back on your items with almost no effort. It really is free money and it really is throwing money away if you don’t bother using them.
There’s a couple of really … Read the rest Continue Reading
It was never my plan to become an influencer, a financial one or any other type. I started I Beat Debt to learn about building websites, and I felt it was going to be easier to learn by doing. I chose a topic I was familiar about in order to create content, and once … Read the rest Continue Reading