Hi Teresa, I just saw your kind message. I'm impressed to see you have been betting. I'm still dithering. I think I will start once I get my children back to school, and GCSE results day over today.teresa said:Hollyhock64 said:HI all,
I am a 52 year old Mum and full-time nurse. The last few years have been financailly hard, due to my ahusband's menatl health problems and not paying attention. I have now decided to start paying atteniton and would love to get straight again.
So far I have:
Done some surveys from Swagbucks
Earned £5 from prolific academic. This was very exciting as it is the first non-NHS money I have earned in 34 years.
Tried to register with pinecone, but only got so far as entering my age and could go no further. They obviously don't want the views of an old hag.
Looked at the AQA/ 63336 ( or is it 36663?) page, but was put off as it asked you to send a CV, which for me would be all about nursing, so not really relevant!
Read about matched betting and could not understand it. Why do you not just bet on the opposite result? I feel it could go badly wrong and looks rather mathematical (grade 3 CSE). Not sure if I have the courage to try it.
I am wondering if it is worth getting rid of my windows phone as none of the money making apps seem to be available. I don't really want to pay for an iphone 6 and wondered if one of the 5 models would be sufficient?
Anyway, I have a 16 year old girl and a 14 year old boy. I would like to make some extra money to help with Christmas, so as not to get any more debts or spend Christmas worrying.
Hope I haven't rambled on too much.
Hollyhock64 Hi I'm also new to this and am finding this complicated (should we hold each others hand so to speak) I think I'm about to make my fist "bet". regards Teresa x
I haven't fully got the hang of finding my way around here, so hope I am quoting properly.