Blogging is a business and you are probably here to find out what my big mistakes were before you make them yourself. I don’t blame you. Here are some blogging mistakes and things that I wish I had known when I first started out on this journey.
I’ve been working from home for a few years, and I will admit, it can be tough. But it is possible to be successful when you work from home, no matter what your business is.
If you live in Northern Ireland and have parked in certain places, you have probably been hit with a parking charge from a company called Smart Parking. Some people are getting hit with fines of up to £160 in places. But what should you do about this?
I have been flat broke. Poor. On the bread line. I know exactly how important it can be to save those pennies when you can. But it’s not always that simple, is it? But, I have one simple saying that will save you thousands each year and help you keep your bank balance looking healthy.
Banking is one of those things that we have to deal with every day. We have bills to pay, wages to get, and the banks are slap bang in the middle of it all. But like everything else in this world, banking has a history, and I have five facts about the history of banking that you can lodge in your brain bank of intelligence.
There would be nothing better than waking up in the morning, and realising that your bank account is full of money that you can actually spend. It’s something a lot of us might dream of happening, but in reality, we wake up to a bank account that’s close to being empty.
Sometimes we can often just bury our head in the sand when it comes to our finances. We can learn to feel like we only have it when it comes to our paycheck each month, and this can often mean that in other aspects of our lives we feel trapped. Money might not necessarily make you happy, but it makes life a little easier as you don’t have to worry from one paycheck to the next. However, you don’t have to be satisfied with your lot. I wanted to share with you some of the easy ways that you could boost your income.
However much money we have, we could always use a little more. The trouble is that no matter how hard we work, no matter how many extra shifts we put in or however many extra hours we may stay behind at work without complaint, we never quite seem to have enough. On paper, we should be golden. We work hard and our salaries (for the most part) reflect that. The trouble is that life has a habit of getting in the way.
I, like a lot of people, have had my share of money troubles over the years. Between jobs falling through to my ex-boyfriend draining my savings, I’ve had my fingers burnt a few times when it comes to handling my cash. But what do you do when ends don’t meet?
It would always be nice to make a bit more money, wouldn’t it? Even if you already make enough to make the ends meet – an income boost means more to spend on what you enjoy rather than just paying the same old bills every month. It is, however, easier said than done and you’re not going to make it happen unless you actually put in some effort.