If you have no time, you can still make extra money. I make money from this blog, which I still think is amazing considering I had no blogging knowledge or experience when I set it up 8 months ago! If you want to set up a blog of your own, I wrote a post with complete step by step instructions for you here.
To make money doing something you love has got to be the ultimate goal hasn’t it?
In addition to my existing income streams I’ve always liked the idea of making money from my social media accounts. Why not? I’m chatting on there anyway. So I set out to answer the question ‘can you make money from social media?’ and here’s what I found.
Would you like to know how to make an extra £100 this week?
For those of you that follow my blog you will know that I make all of my income from home, mainly on-line. I love working from home and have a few income streams. This blog is just one of them. If you want to set up a blog of your own, I have written some really useful step by step instructions here.
I’ve been self-employed for 15 years now and the one thing it has taught me is you can always make extra money if you put your mind to it.
We often read about people who are earning thousands and thousands of pounds per month on-line, but if you are not used to making extra money, that might seem out of reach.
Sometimes we just need to earn some extra cash fast and being able to make an extra £100 this week might just make all the difference.
What would £100 do for you? Maybe you could start your Christmas shopping, maybe put it towards a holiday or perhaps you just want to treat you and your family to an amazing day out.
The value of it will be very personal, but whatever it is you want it for, today I am going to show you how to do it, totally risk free!
If you do the work and follow the instructions, in one week’s time you will be £100 better off!
I didn’t really know how to do flower arranging until I got married. I wanted to save money on my wedding and when I started looking at the cost of wedding flowers I was sure I could do it cheaper myself.
For my wedding I needed 3 bouquets, flowers for the guest tables, flowers for the top table, button holes and a cake topper. The cost was hundreds of pounds!
Fresh flowers were the most expensive. I didn’t want the stress on the day of waiting for fresh flowers to arrive. To me, it was just another thing to worry about, so I settled on artificial flowers.
I decided to have a go at making my own and made a huge saving with all of my wedding flowers costing me £70. After the wedding I then sold them in the local paper for £50. This gave me the idea that I could make money flower arranging!
Today I will share with you how you can do the same using artificial flowers. (more…)
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by Michelle from Time and Pence (This post may contain affiliate links)