January really does seem like the longest month for so many reasons… mainly due to having to deal with the post Christmas splurge and waiting for pay day.
There are so many money saving ways in which you can make the start of 2017 a little more comfortable and actually make money…
Cancelling unnecessary subscriptions really can save more money than expected. I feel quite liberated by the fact I have cancelled my Sky subscription and will now be saving a fortune each month. It may have taken 45 minutes of listening to the customer service operative drone on about the benefits of having a service I do not actually need, but with services such as Netflix and NOW TV you still have access to the same channels but for slightly less money.
Jenny from The Brick Castle suggests meal planning ahead for the week, as this ensures you only stick to the list of foods you require an stray from spending extra money on items that aren’t actually necessary. How many times have you walked into a local shop for one item and walked out with five? We have all done it!
Using sites such as Swagbucks is a great way of passing the time whilst also earning money. By simply watching videos, taking part in surveys and signing up to certain websites and apps, you earn points that can be exchanged for money. If you wish to check this out further, you can use my referral link here to sign up and start earning!
Selling unwanted items through sites such as Ebay will help not only increase your bank balance, but will also help you to declutter your house!
If you still need a little boost from a small loan to help you keep going, then payday loans companies can help bridge the gap, just ensure you pay back the money with haste!
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