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Snowflake Ideas

May 26th, 2013 at 02:20 pm

I'm looking for some different ideas for how to accumulate snowflakes. Since I don't have the time to post on here very regularly anymore (although I do read the blogs), I thought I would take a few moments to read some of my own blog entries too. I noticed that compared to a few years ago, it takes me much longer to accumulate extra money. A huge source of my extra income previously had been my Saturday job (which I no longer have). I also rarely do mail in rebates anymore either. Plus, I certainly don't find nearly as much "found" money as in the past.

I have done Swagbucks for several months now, which I've been able to cash out for gift cards or Pay Pal--that is helpful. CCF, how are you able to accumulate so many Swagbucks per month? I do some surveys; however, I don't qualify for many of them.

Other than the extra ways of earning money posted on the side bar, does anyone have any other suggestions?? Thanks!

3 Responses to “Snowflake Ideas”

  1. snafu Says:

    Sorry, no snowflake suggestion but wonder if you have recently done the 'write down every dime spent' exercise. I'm just coming to the end of the task and was immediately shocked by how much leakage and un-necessary spending we did with the attitude 'it's only a couple of bucks.' We're here to cheer you on or help with spend-less ideas.

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    Hi there!! Nice to see you. Where does your debt stand today?

    I will admit that I'm probably addicted to Swagbucks...thus the quick accumulation. I do meet goal everyday. Games, SBTV, surveys if I can get them, daily tasks, any free offers I can find. I've noticed there are games that you can sign up for without downloading anything. Those often net some quick SB's. I also try to search as often as I can. I keep my eyes open for the daily code too. Right now I'm watching TV and reading blogs...of course I have SBTV going so they do add up.

    I would encourage you to look at your insurance and see if you have the best rates. Look at all expenses to see if there is anything to trim or cut back on. Sell used books, cd's or cell phones online. I have used Cash4Books.net and SecondSpin.com with good results. Walk a dog, or pet sit. Save your change or $1 bills.

  3. crazyliblady Says:

    Do you order stuff online (merchandise, airline tickets) like from amazon, etc.? Try mrrebates. There is a referral link on my blog on the left column. Sorry, this won't let me put it in here. Depending on the merchant you order from, you could get between 3 and 10% back as rebates. Personally, I apply my rebates to debt, but you could do anything with them.

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