Browsing Category: "Personal Finance"

Simple Ways To Cash In Around The Home

When you love to live a frugal life, it’s safe to say that you’ll always be looking to find new ways to make money, save money, and just maximize your financial situation overall. Of source, you’re going to have your own tried and tested ways that work, but you could also look at trying new things to bump up your savings. With work, you’re probably looking to earn as much as possible. And when it comes to your expenditure, you’ve probably got budgeting down. But did you know that you could also look to your home to make some extra cash? To make sure that you’re exhausting all of the avenues open to you, let’s take a look at what you can do to cash in around the house. Read the rest of this entry »

Making A Little Extra Income From Your Passion For Blogging

If you’ve been blogging for a while now; it’s probably because you love what you’re writing about, and have the passion to continue your blog in the future. There may come a point where you have built up a dedicated audience for your blog and social media platforms, and the numbers seem to continue to grow. If you feel that brands and companies are approaching you with enough potential projects and opportunities regarding your blog; it might be time to start thinking about taking it on as an extra bit of income. Running a successful blog requires plenty of hard work and dedication; however, you’ve already put plenty of those into your work, so it won’t be a shock when you transition into working for yourself.

There are an array of positive elements to doing extra work from home and for creating your own small business. There is plenty of flexibility with blogging, so you can sit with your laptop after getting home from work or picking up the kids. You can also head out to some of your favourite spaces to work from a laptop or tablet over the weekend and in your free time. However, you’ll need to motivate yourself each day and be prepared to work even if you’re tired, if you’ve agreed to a deadline with a brand. You’ll can be savvy regarding your extra income, and savings for the future; treat your side hustle like a nest egg for any future ideas or projects The following are some ideas, inspiration, and advice for busy bloggers who want to take their favorite pastime and make some extra money for themselves and their family.

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How To Keep Your Credit Card Debt Under Control

If you want to stay in control of your financial life at all times then you need to be able to manage your credit balance properly. You need to make sure that you don’t rack up a debt that you ultimately can’t afford to pay, and you also have to make sure that you don’t impact your credit score negatively as well.

Set a Limit and Stick To It

Your credit card issuer may give you the opportunity to spend up to your maximum limit. At the end of the day, it is important that you use your credit card properly and that you don’t go up to this limit. This is a very important factor in your credit score so one way to keep this under control would be for you to take a look at your budget and the credit cards that you have so you can plan on spending a set amount. You also need to make sure that you check in with your transactions frequently as well, as this can be a very good way for you to try and avoid overspending while also keeping your balance lower than ever before.

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