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Hi all. My Husband and I have our Daughters wedding to pay for in less than 2 years and, we adopt dogs that no one else will because they are old or have health issues. Our Rough Collie needed £800 worth of dental work just before Christmas so, every penny we had went on him and we cancelled Christmas, him being out of pain was more important, we’ve only had him for 6 weeks and he is a really lovely old boy.
I am wanting to make sure we are covered for these emergencies, if they happen again and, I want my only (human) child to have the wedding she deserves so, that’s why I want to make 2020 as profitable as possible.
I can’t work a conventional job, I’m awaiting a transplant and most of my life is being spent sat around waiting on appointments and hospital phone calls, it’s boring and, I’m a doer so, I have lots of spare time and am hoping to turn that spare time into something financially lucrative.
Thank you, in advance, for all of your help guys.
Thanks Jon, I am completely new, I have a small craft business and sell locally, however, I used to work in IT so, I’m pretty tech savvy too.Hiya
Wow, you have a LOT going on!
That's an amazing thing you do in terms of taking on dogs that are hard to adopt.
If you have a lot of spare time you should be absolutely fine in terms of earning online. Are you completely new to this or have you tried things already?
Well check out the blog posts to the right (or below if you are on your mobile) and you should be good to goThanks Jon, I am completely new, I have a small craft business and sell locally, however, I used to work in IT so, I’m pretty tech savvy too.
I've been lurking here for a few months and thought it was time I joined in instead, so here I am.
I found my way here whilst researching Jobspotter and then started reading your MB posts. I nervously started MB in August and have been taking things very slowly and working through the sign ups. I was really excited to win £150 on Paddy's Beat the Drop - not exactly MB but I would never have found it otherwise and it all counts!
I did join Jobspotter, the amazon vouchers really helped with Christmas shopping - over £300 since June. I've also earned over £100 with Prolific and recently joined Snap my eats.
I have you guys to thank for this, I'm not usually a forum person, but do hope to be able to join in here as you all seem so genuinely helpful and friendly. All the forums I've lurked on before seem to quickly descend into fighting, which while that can be entertaining to read, does put me off.
Hope I can chip in and contribute some helpful advice at some point, although I don't think there's anything I could possibly teach anyone here!
Hey CeeJayHi everyone, my name is Ceejay and i am the newest kid in the block. Just join the forum and I am a firm believer in making money working from home, online, affiliate marketing etc. as long as it is legit.
Hey JonHey CeeJay
Fantastic to have you on here and posting! Have you done any 'online earnings' before? Do you have experience with affiliate marketing? I can be a tough one to get into I always feel if you don't have a platform to promote your links / give them context on.
Sounds interesting. As long as it doesn’t involve buying “packs” or recruiting for your team or basically any MLM type antics it will be interestingHey Jon
I am an affiliate marketer and have a really easy and quick way to make money online that has been working for me. I have done lots of training on affiliate marketing and will be sharing what has been working for me.
Hi everyone. My name is Rebeca and I'm trying to make some extra money. I'm looking forward to learning from you all.
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