Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Earn Big Cash Back on your Christmas Shopping #ad

Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post.  I receive SB for sharing!



As we quickly approach Christmas, Swagbucks knows you still have lots of shopping to do, and they're offering big cash back for shopping online at several of your favorite retailers right now! Just go to this page to see all of the deals available and get the jump on your holiday shopping.

In order to take advantage of the cash back, just create your Swagbucks account when prompted (it takes less than 30 seconds) and then you're all set! Your cash back comes in the form of SB points, which you can redeem for gift cards to places like Amazon, Target, Walmart, Starbucks, or get PayPal cash!

As a special bonus, if you sign up through me you get a 300 SB ($3) bonus when you earn your first 300 SB before January 1st! This site's a great way to extend your shopping budget, especially around the holidays!

Earn BIG with Coupons!

Disclosure:  This is a sponsored post!



We're all looking for ways to save big at the register. Well, I've found a way to make every coupon I use at my local grocery store worth an extra 25¢!



How you ask? It's as easy as 1, 2, 3!



1) Sign up at Swagbucks.com

2) Head over to the Grocery Coupons page and start clipping coupons for your upcoming shopping trip

3) Use the coupons the next time you shop at your local grocery store. You'll earn 25 points (25¢) for every coupon you use.

That's it!



But, that's not all... Today through Monday, December 10th, you can earn 2 points (2¢) for every coupon you print, up to 50 prints per day. That's an extra dollar every day just for printing coupons that will save you a ton on your next grocery store haul!

Sunday, December 2, 2018

How To Effectively Save Money


Money can be so hard to save, but so easy to spend. And with life throwing a few curveballs you’re way, emergencies can end up being quite costly. So how can we effectively save money for the long-run? Here are a few tips that might work.



Sell Your Stuff

A lot of us tend to hoard over time, and we can actually hold onto some valuable things that we don’t need. Selling your stuff online is a great way of earning some money, every time you do a spring clean of the property. Sites like eBay are great, and there’s plenty of sites that will buy your old phones or tech gadgets. These can end up being a small fortune if they’re in good condition and still functioning. Some sites though will even buy your broken gadgets so it’s always worth checking, as it’s better off making a bit of money than ending up in your bin, right?

Make A Budget

A budget seems restricting, but if you didn’t have it, you’d probably spend a lot more money. The budget doesn’t have to be too small but if you can calculate how much you usually spend on food, bills and living costs, see how much you can cut it down to. Once you have a budget, challenge yourself to see how long you can sustain the budget. If you’re struggling, add a little more.

Budgeting shouldn’t have to make it harder to save; it should just be looking at what you’re already spending.


Choose Something To Save For

Sometimes having a goal to work towards helps motivate us and stops us from splurging when we really want to. If you have something in mind that you want to save towards, you’ll find yourself more determined to reach that goal. It might be saving for a new car or your first house. It might be buying a holiday or simply a meal out at your favorite restaurant. It is possible to save; you just have to want it enough.


Use Apps

There are now apps that help you save money, and they are a great way of tracking your spending habits. Apps like Mint monitors all of your finances in one place. You can create budgets, keep track of your credit score and even suggests ways of saving money in the process. It’s great to take advantage of all the latest technology available, especially if it’s helping us save money.


Sign Up To Loyalty Card

As long as they’re free, if there are any shops or companies you use regularly, enquire to see if they have a loyal scheme or card you can sign up to. Some places can offer great deals and discounts on products they sell so it’s definitely worth asking about as you can end up saving quite a lot through them.

The money will always come from somewhere, so don’t stress out too much. Using these money-saving tips will hopefully ease off the pressure and stop you from living paycheck to paycheck each month.