Tag: stores

Side Hustles: A Petite Guide

Uncategorized April 16, 2018

Hello, lovelies!

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Today’s topic is side hustles. I thought it is a topic that anyone can utilize information from. I personally have a few side hustles and I make a decent amount of money doing work on them. So, let’s start!

First, you need to narrow down your interests and what you are actually capable of doing and have enough time for. Do you like fashion? Do you like selling inventory? Do you enjoy writing? Do you have 30 minutes a week to dedicate or 10 hours a week?

Once you find out what you want to do, start searching online. These are just some ideas of side hustles you can get into:

  1. Sell Your Closet. I  spent about two hours maximum working on posting items on PoshMark and made over $100. I did the same on eBay. All you need is description writing skills and time to respond to e-mails. You can schedule package pickup from USPS and you’ve made money without leaving your house or having to invest in any programs.
  2. Freelance Write. This is a perfect position for those who want to set their own schedule or only pick up a few jobs here and there. You will be contracted to write the thread or perhaps even write articles for magazines like Cosmo or Country Living. The possibilities are endless for freelance writing. I am not saying it isn’t going to take time but it is mostly in your hands how much you want to spend on the project.
  3. Etsy. You can be creative and work on your craft while making money. I personally don’t have a ton of experience with selling on Etsy but it is profitable for those who have a strong creative drive. I highly recommend this for the entrepreneurs out there!
  4. Blog. You can monetize a blog as long as you have the time to put into high-quality content. There’s no end to how much income you could add to your life when you run your own blog/website.
  5. Sell essential oils. This is something that is perfect for those who want a little extra income each month and who enjoy marketing a holistic lifestyle. DoTerra and Young Living are two I immediately think of!  This can also be done with other companies like Avon, Mary Kay, etc.
  6. Write Reviews! You can sign up to be sent things from beauty products to books, to wellness tools and be paid to write reviews or sent free products. Try the website Tomoson, it’s perfect for small bloggers/Instagram accounts/twitter accounts. You can also try joining a book review site called onlinebookclub.org. I just joined and got a free book on my first day of joining!

With side hustles, it is all a matter of using your talents and having fun. Side hustling adds a bonus income and you do not want to spend your time doing something you hate on top of your fulltime job. There are many more jobs I didn’t mention and you can take a look at the internet and discover what is right for you.

Good luck, leave me a comment if you have anything you want to ask or share!

  • Julie

Budget Friendly Shopping Ideas

Uncategorized April 13, 2018

Hello, my dears!

We have all been there when the budget we have is low, and we are bored but want to shop. I have been there quite a few times and I thought I’d share a few things you could do when your budget doesn’t allow some of the other plans you hoped for.

  1. Thrift Shop. So, some people have reservations about thrifting but I believe it can be one of the most fun and economically friendly past times. There’s plenty of items you can purchase at the thrift store besides clothes. I like to look at the vintage teacups or even the paper supplies. There’s plenty of clothes or items for your home like furniture or decorations. Basically, you can go here and spend less than twenty dollars and go home happy so it’s definitely a budget-friendly option.
  2. Second Hand Book Store. This is similar to the thrift shopping but there are gobs and gobs of books! I love to learn and read but sometimes books can get expensive so I love going to second-hand bookstores and spending a long time looking for something that will keep me entertained for hours.
  3. Dollar Tree. Honestly, the dollar tree is great for anyone who wants to do art projects or decorate their home for the season. You can get anything from candles to mirrors, to decorative ornaments. They have a pretty well-stocked paper supply section and always have tons of stickers! Also, their candy aisle is always a treat!
  4. Tj-Maxx. Tj-Maxx has recently become one of my favorite stores, especially for skin care items. They have a wonderful selection of high-end products which you can pay a fraction of the price for. They also have clothes, home goods, even tea, and snacks!

I thought it would be fun to write this post because I know I am always looking for a deal or to pay less for quality items. If you have any other ideas for budget-friendly shopping leave them in a comment below! ❤