Category: Blog Posts
These are all the blog posts published. They are non-news content.
Swagbucks review – Real earnings from surveys with proof of pay and tips
An in-depth review of earnings from Swagbucks with real payment proof and data of how quickly you can earn. Also includes tips to help you.
What’s better to use: Moonpig Prepay or cashback on purchases?
A look at what the Moonpig Prepay scheme is and whether you can save more money from it compared to getting cashback.
Whois tool for bloggers to see if a domain is registered
Running your own website can be a great side hustle to have. But first you have to find a good website name!
You shouldn’t compare doing surveys for money to earning an hourly wage
It’s great to make extra money from surveys. But you need the right approach and attitude. Let’s look at the best way to go about it.
Can you adapt your personal finances to the annual Government Budget?
Each year people love to complain about the changes the Government make in the budget. But look at with a cool head and see how to react for you and your family.
Review of the Refill app that allows you to find free water refill stations across Britain
The Refill scheme allows you to go into lots of businesses in Britain and refill your water bottle up, rather than having to buy bottled water off the shelf. Here I take a look at the app.
Save money and reduce the amount of plastics in your life – It’s a win, win situation!
In this blog post I look at possible ways to reduce plastic and save money at the same time.
Business idea: Financing for car fixes and MOT’s
The first in a new category on this website. A business idea for a small financing company.
How to use your business plan for guidance but not become numb to it
I have a business plan that covers all aspects of my business. Without a doubt all businesses should have one no matter what stage they’re at.
How to keep up with the best personal finance blogs
Personal finance is a sector awash with good-quality resources. Let’s take a look at the best way to keep up with everything.