So you want to be a stay at home mom (or dad) but you just don’t know how you could ever afford it. Have you ever looked at how much it is costing you to work? That’s right it costs you money to work everyday. Especially if you have kids. Here is the break down I used when I looked at whether or not it was worth returning to work.
Whether you’ve been collecting Swagbucks for a long time or just starting there are many ways that you can get extra Swagbucks with only a small investment of your time. If you do not know what Swagbucks are check out this post about starting and collecting Swagbucks.
Here are some things I do on a regular basis to earn extra swagbucks.
When you first join you can fill out survey profiles. Each one is worth 2 Swagbucks. You can find these surveys in your account settings. (sorry the photo is fuzzy, but you get the idea. 🙂
Everyday Swagbucks give you a daily goal, if you reach this daily goal you get extra Swagbucks. You can find this info on the home page of Swagbucks. You Continue reading →
This post has been posted during the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge. It’s letter…..
Of course M has to stand for money! It is after all a big part of my blog. Mainly how to live within the money you already earn. I am going to take this chance to talk about that money. Are you getting the most from your paycheck? Did you know most companies offer more than just your hourly wage? Perhaps your hourly wage is lower due to the added perks your employer offers? I will cover the 4 extras that are usually forgotten about. Continue reading →