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Hi :)

I haven't posted in a few weeks and just trying to catch up on recent posts.

Current debts for my partner and I stand at £3500 for me and £4000 for my boyfriend. Luckily family have helped us big time and we are in debt to them rather than paying this and interest to a company. Our new apartment still needs a lot of work.

We recently built up £60 worth of John Lewis vouchers on Swagbucks but won't be continuing to use that site now. Shall continue with GTM, Onepoll and YouGov and a few apps. I joined and was accepted for emysteryshopper but in one month I've only had one job from them.

Anyways point of this post. I'm pretty fed up of working on a computer all day to come home and sit online trying to earn a bit more. I kind of feel that the effort and time it is taking isn't worth the reward. Are there any jobs to be done offline? I've heard of things like envelope stuffing and paperwork e.g. Auditing etc. has anyone had any experience of this?

Ta.

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Hi

GREAT subject matter

I've done electoral register canvass work (couple of hundred pounds for a few weeks work)

I work for the local council during elections

There is paper rounds / amazon/catalogue delivery

I completely understand about what you are saying about spending too much time on the computer screen
 

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What's electoral register canvas work? Sounds interesting.

Sounds awful but I work with the general public on a daily basis so would like to find a few little jobs that do not involve contact with people lol. How bad does that sound. Just something that involves me sitting at home, at my table, getting on with it in my own space. Maybe it's a big ask and I'm being unrealistic.

A friend of mine had some envelope stuffing work. She would pick it up one day and drop it back complete a few days later. It wasn't great money but it didn't involve to much thinking and she could sit and watch a bit of TV at the same time. Extra £20 or so for a few hours without much effort. Sounds lazy but by the time I get home from work, cook dinner, tidy and iron it's already 10pm and my brain is fried.
 

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It basically involves knocking on door and asking whoever answers you ask them to confirm who lives in the house to check the register is up to date

My dad does exam marking each year. GCSE / A level standard . They get sent to him en mass, he marks and send ls them back . Job done , pays quite a bit
 

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Exam marking sounds interesting. I could def get on board with that. I assume you receive the answers and it's just cross referencing the answers to the paper. Do you know how to get involved with something like this as I'd be interested? I got pretty good grades and a degree at uni so reckon I'd be ok at it. Is it a once a year kind of thing (gcse, sats and a levels) or is it all types of exams taking during the year?
 

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It's once a year for a couple of months

The papers actually come from other English speaking countries so Australia, South Africa etc...
 

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