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    • Aesop
    • By Aesop 31st Aug 17, 10:30 PM
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    Aesop
    ~Make upto £10 a day in September 2017 ~ - everybody most welcome
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    • 31st Aug 17, 10:30 PM
    ~Make upto £10 a day in September 2017 ~ - everybody most welcome 31st Aug 17 at 10:30 PM
    Hello and welcome everybody



    Happy anniversary Batgirl, your original forum thread is now 10 years old Same age as my DS this year.

    This is the 121st month of this challenge, which was first started by Batgirl, in September 2007. A link here to the original thread as I am sure some of you are interested to read where it all began.

    Thanks to Batgirl for starting it, lynnejk and ALL posters, for helping us to keep the thread going. Thanks to previous challengers who used to run this thread too, Rawdinosaur, Emmaglet, Nat21luv, Monkeynut, Sweetpeas, Purpleroses, JesaRose, MizMir.

    I have decided to rename this challenge as reading posts, it seems to put people off thinking they HAVE TO make £10 a day.

    You don't.

    The original purpose of this challenge was to help people to try and make an extra £10 a day on top of their normal income to help things along. Ie paying off debt, making savings, paying for holidays, overpaying mortgages etc.

    That is exactly what this challenge is about, attempting to make extra income on top of your normal income to help you wherever you need it.

    People start the challenge by setting a goal of £1 a day. Then when they find they are smashing this regularly, they up it to £5 a day. Some of us gluttons for punishment go for £10 a day. It really is entirely upto you. We only ask you to post what your goal is to help you keep motivated. Some days you make more and some days you make less, but aim for extra at the end of the month.

    The idea is that everyone posts how they are making extra money and these shared ideas help all of us to learn new ways to help cut debt or earn/save money.

    What cannot be added:

    Wages from your main job

    What can be added:

    Overtime
    Income from a second job
    Daily clicks
    Interest
    Vouchers
    Mystery shopping
    And much, much more.

    This board moves pretty quickly, so be sure to subscribe and read it regularly. Below are some ideas to get you started and a great place to read when you're in need of inspiration.

    Sell your old books/DVDs/CDs/games here:

    Amazon.co.uk, play.com, webuybooks, zapper, CEX, MusicMagpie, and a few more too

    Ebay - a place to sell anything and everything. (You will be suprised at what sells!)

    Gumtree, Preloved, cquot, ebid, craigslist, vivastreet, netmums.com, trade-it , Friday ad, priceminster - these are all places you can sell items too.

    Survey sites - mysurvey and pinecone, prolific academic tend to be the best but there are many more it really depends on you finding the ones that work best for you - toluna, harris poll, valued opinions etc

    Join cashback sites like Topcashback and Quidco - type in surveys in the search engine and some will pay you to join up with them.

    Mobile phone to recycle? Try http://mobilevaluer.com/ but also check other selling sites like ebay, Facebook selling, gumtree, etc.

    etsy and folksy - If you enjoy making crafts why not have a go at selling them on etsy or folksy. They've been getting increasingly busier each year.

    Trying to find other ways to make money? Check out the Boost Your Income board. It is full of ideas, including survey companies and product testing.

    Want to help someone else out? Sign up through their referral on the referral board, and leave yours, so someone else can do the same for you.

    Keep reading for lots more ideas on how to make more money each month.

    This month's challenge is to try and make £300 (or any amount of course!).
    lynnejk is assisting me and will create the challengers list and update it.

    She will also be answering any questions she can help with and here for general advice. Having been a challenger for a while, she knows her stuff. Thank you lynnejk for your help.

    Good luck everybody. Remember to post any questions or comments that you have, and let's go on encouraging each other throughout this month.
    Last edited by Aesop; 30-09-2017 at 10:34 PM.
    Make £10 a day September 2017 £81.68.
    August 2017 £390.47
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    • Rosie
    • By Rosie 9th Sep 17, 1:31 PM
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    Rosie
    Thanks CBC I didn't realise that videos still sell. I threw a lot away but still have a few left mostly Disney and Billy Connolly if I can bear to part with them.
    June £10 a day £246.80/£300
    July £10 a day £181.88/£310
    Aug £10 a day £317.24/£310
    Sept £10 a day £609.90/£300
    Oct £10 a day £367.34
    • lynnejk
    • By lynnejk 9th Sep 17, 2:03 PM
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    ......... Delighted to announce the safe arrival of a beautiful little boy during the early hours of Wednesday morning. My wife and baby son (ha...that sounds weird!) are home, and our lives will never be the same again.
    Originally posted by cufc_mike
    Huge congratulations and all the best in the world to you all
    Lx
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    • lynnejk
    • By lynnejk 9th Sep 17, 2:07 PM
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    Did I ever mention that OH is the king of hoarders and just can't get rid of anything?. Well, for once, I'm delighted by that but I'm not going to go OTT about thanking him as it will ruin all my efforts over the years to get him to dispose of things.


    The reason I'm so happy is...... VHS videos. I've sold some on Amazon before(where they still have a separate listing category for them) from time to time. I thought most of them had gone until I unearthed this big boxful (well, OH did in one of his sheds). I know the ones I sold before were in good nick because they'd been stored in the house but I was a bit dubious about the ones from the leaky shed in case damp had got to them. They're decades old. Not having a working VHS player now I couldn't test them before listing.


    After much scrabbling about in the other shed (a rainproof one this time) and much muttering OH produced a VHS player which I didn't recognise. It isn't our 'old' one and goodness knows where he acquired it. It works perfectly (amazingly he had stored the cables etc with it), as do all the tapes I've tested so far. Now all I have to do is list them. Some VHS tapes, surprisingly, are selling for decent money so it's worth a go.


    No car boot or tabletop sales planned this weekend and rain is threatened for most of today so testing and listing the videos is a job I can get done instead. I know how to have fun
    Originally posted by carbootcrazy
    Gosh - lovely good news for you. Know what you mean though about the hoarding, but this time it might be worth it eh

    We still have a player as well, as we have kept some old comedy programmes that are great for a miserable rainy weekend entertainment - the old ones definitely are the best
    Lx
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    Bulk buy.......NOV=21.09
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    SPC130x59...2014=1178...2015=1287...2016=4616...2017=3843.51
    OS WL= -4/8 ......CC =00......Savings = £10,250
    • Aesop
    • By Aesop 9th Sep 17, 2:15 PM
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    Aesop
    I contacted one pulse. The highest level is 17, I am on 16. The highest reward is 26o at the moment, I am on 25.


    They said if they can get more people using the app, paid and unpaid surveys, more clients on board, can up the levels and payments.
    Make £10 a day September 2017 £81.68.
    August 2017 £390.47
    • carbootcrazy
    • By carbootcrazy 9th Sep 17, 2:31 PM
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    Think you will win the most unusual item sold competition cbc.

    Well done to Oh but does this mean you have to split money with him,?

    Are you selling the VHS player? DH needs a new one. I was debating buying one with dvd player installed too.
    Originally posted by Aesop
    No, definitely no splitting of money. The videos are all mine, he was merely storing them for me in his shed as I'd run out of space in mine at the time. If I'd realised his shed let in the rain I'd have found somewhere else to store them. Luckily the ones I've tested are fine. It's taking longer than I expected to test them though as I intended just to watch a bit, fast forward, watch a bit more etc to the end but they are really interesting and I want to watch the lot


    No, we'll definitely not be selling the VHS player. OH now remembers that he gave it a home after a village auction where there was loads of unwanted and unsold stuff left at the end. It was all put out by the bins with a note for anyone to help themselves for free if interested. Needless to say, OH was 'interested' in lots of useless stuff but came up trumps with the VHS player. We had no use for it for years and he forgot he had it but seeing as ours recently died it's a bonus.
    Last edited by carbootcrazy; 09-09-2017 at 3:07 PM.
    Make £10 A Day Challenge 2017. Jan-Oct: £4500 ish
    Signing off for 2017, already smashed my year's target
    3-6 Months Emergency Fund Challenge #12: £3733.00/£5000.

    Original Debt: £56804 (@ LBM 02/13). Balance now: £15841
    . Getting there. Balance so out of date, must update asap!
    • carbootcrazy
    • By carbootcrazy 9th Sep 17, 2:34 PM
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    Thanks CBC I didn't realise that videos still sell. I threw a lot away but still have a few left mostly Disney and Billy Connolly if I can bear to part with them.
    Originally posted by Rosie
    Check prices in various places such as eBay and Amazon. Not all titles are in demand

    I love Billy Connolly
    Make £10 A Day Challenge 2017. Jan-Oct: £4500 ish
    Signing off for 2017, already smashed my year's target
    3-6 Months Emergency Fund Challenge #12: £3733.00/£5000.

    Original Debt: £56804 (@ LBM 02/13). Balance now: £15841
    . Getting there. Balance so out of date, must update asap!
    • carbootcrazy
    • By carbootcrazy 9th Sep 17, 2:50 PM
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    I found out a few weeks ago that someone we know was looking for some outdoor cats for their place. They bought a rundown cottage with acres of unusable land (hence the dirt cheap price) and large ponds when the husband took early retirement and they've slaved away to make go of it, turning the ponds into places for anglers to pay to fish and doing up the cottage to live in themselves. I love going there to walk round, it's so peaceful and idyllic.


    They wanted a couple of cats to keep the mice down, they are overrun. They have some big no-longer used sheltered dog pens and lots of barns where the cats can live and I know they would feed them well and look after them. They wanted them as 'working' cats rather than house pets though and were willing to take in a couple of ferals if they could find them.


    They tried everywhere and even Cats' Protection wouldn't let them have the couple they had as they said they would probably make pet house cats.


    I know of a local-ish cat charity that always has lots of what they call 'farm cats' looking for homes, the sort of cats that would never make pets and that are destined to spend their lives at the charity in many cases. I put our friend in touch (she'd never heard of the charity) and she is now the delighted owner of 2 lovely cats, brother and sister, who came fully inoculated, wormed, neutered and the lot. I love a happy ending where cats are concerned. I think everyone's a winner here. Apparently they're semi-tame and will be approached but not handled. I'd taken her to collect them because her husband was away with their car and the cats travelled really well and quietly. Once let out they were a bit more 'feral' she said. Apparently they seem quite infazed by the comings and goings of the anglers though.


    Just been to get the post and in the Heath-Robinson lean-to that OH made and which passes for a porch have found a lovely 'thank you' card, a gorgeous potted flowering houseplant (which will replace my tired old spider plant) and a £10 Boots voucher from our friend as thanks to me for helping to find and fetch the cats. I was really touched. She'd wanted to pay me something at the time we collected them and I refused. It's a poor do if you can't help out a friend for nothing in my opinion. She said at the time we fetched them that she intends to take me for lunch sometime. I'm just so happy that the cats have landed on their feet and are set up for life. That's reward enough for me. I didn't want or expect anything else.


    Sorry to ramble
    Last edited by carbootcrazy; 09-09-2017 at 4:31 PM.
    Make £10 A Day Challenge 2017. Jan-Oct: £4500 ish
    Signing off for 2017, already smashed my year's target
    3-6 Months Emergency Fund Challenge #12: £3733.00/£5000.

    Original Debt: £56804 (@ LBM 02/13). Balance now: £15841
    . Getting there. Balance so out of date, must update asap!
    • Aesop
    • By Aesop 9th Sep 17, 3:05 PM
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    Aesop
    Awww cat fairy godmother. Well done cbc.


    I have so much to do and no energy.

    Ds keeps crying when I tell him to do something that doesn't involve the computer, ie write a letter to his grandparents and penpal. I threatened to ban him for 6 weeks if he carried on, so he cried again. I sent him upstairs to read a book instead.

    This is why I refuse to put a tv in his bedroom. He has a ds3 and that is all in his bedroom.
    Make £10 a day September 2017 £81.68.
    August 2017 £390.47
    • shariann
    • By shariann 9th Sep 17, 3:09 PM
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    I found out a few weeks ago that someone we know was looking for some outdoor cats for their place. They bought a rundown cottage with acres of unusable land (hence the dirt cheap price) and large ponds when the husband took early retirement and they've slaved away to make go of it, turning the ponds into places for anglers to pay to fish and doing up the cottage to live in themselves. I love going there to walk round, it's so peaceful and idyllic.


    They wanted a couple of cats to keep the mice down, they are overrun. They have some big no-longer used dog pens and lots of barns where the cats can live and I know they would feed them well and look after them. They wanted them as 'working' cats rather than house pets though and were willing to take in a couple of ferals if they could find them.


    They tried everywhere and even Cats' Protection wouldn't let them have the couple they had as they said they would probably make pet house cats.


    I know of a local-ish cat charity that always has lots of what they call 'farm cats' looking for homes, the sort of cats that would never make pets and that are destined to spend their lives at the charity in many cases. I put our friend in touch (she'd never heard of the charity) and she is now the delighted owner of 2 lovely cats, brother and sister, who came fully inoculated, wormed, neutered and the lot. I love a happy ending where cats are concerned. I think everyone's a winner here. Apparently they're semi-tame and will be approached but not handled. They seem quite infazed by the comings and goings of the fishermen.


    Just been to get the post and in the Heath-Robinson lean-to that OH made and which passes for a porch have found a lovely 'thank you' note, a gorgeous potted flowering houseplant (which will replace my tired old spider plant) and a £10 Boots voucher from our friend as thanks to me for helping to find the cats. I was really touched. I'm just so happy that the cats have landed on their feet and are set up for life. That's reward enough for me.


    Sorry to ramble
    Originally posted by carbootcrazy
    That's lovely definitely karma. Really pleased for you CBC and your friends and the cats. Win, win, win!!
    £10 a day November - £177.83£300
    2014 £110.92
    2015 £3732.30
    2016 £1633.66
    January £208.92 February £87.28 March £178.64 April £112.76 May £213.63 June £317.93 July £359.85 August £449.15 September £120.15 October £353.42
    • carbootcrazy
    • By carbootcrazy 9th Sep 17, 3:13 PM
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    Think you will win the most unusual item sold competition cbc.
    Originally posted by Aesop
    I doubt it. I don't think anything beats the bouncy castle.

    Anyway,my stuff has still to sell. There's a long way between listing and anyone taking the bait. I can't manage to get in touch with the man starting the archery class to ask if he's interested in the bow and other stuff. He seems my best bet at the moment so will persist a bit longer before trying anywhere else.


    As for the videos, I don't expect them to get snapped up very quickly. Just my luck for anything interesting I list to not sell until next month, if at all.
    Make £10 A Day Challenge 2017. Jan-Oct: £4500 ish
    Signing off for 2017, already smashed my year's target
    3-6 Months Emergency Fund Challenge #12: £3733.00/£5000.

    Original Debt: £56804 (@ LBM 02/13). Balance now: £15841
    . Getting there. Balance so out of date, must update asap!
    • shariann
    • By shariann 9th Sep 17, 3:16 PM
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    Awww cat fairy godmother. Well done cbc.


    I have so much to do and no energy.

    I'm with you there Aesop. Might have to take lynnejk's earlier advice and set a timer to make myself do something

    Ds keeps crying when I tell him to do something that doesn't involve the computer, ie write a letter to his grandparents and penpal. I threatened to ban him for 6 weeks if he carried on, so he cried again. I sent him upstairs to read a book instead.

    This is why I refuse to put a tv in his bedroom. He has a ds3 and that is all in his bedroom.
    Originally posted by Aesop
    Glad I'm past that stage with my lot (mostly) Have been 'helping' DD with her dissertation which is due in in a few days. I use the term helping loosely as it is mostly over my head but I have been providing food and coffee to keep her going along with moral support and spell check
    £10 a day November - £177.83£300
    2014 £110.92
    2015 £3732.30
    2016 £1633.66
    January £208.92 February £87.28 March £178.64 April £112.76 May £213.63 June £317.93 July £359.85 August £449.15 September £120.15 October £353.42
    • Aesop
    • By Aesop 9th Sep 17, 3:57 PM
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    Glad I'm past that stage with my lot (mostly) Have been 'helping' DD with her dissertation which is due in in a few days. I use the term helping loosely as it is mostly over my head but I have been providing food and coffee to keep her going along with moral support and spell check
    Originally posted by shariann
    That's lovely and supportive shariann. I remember helping my sisters ex boyfriend type his science thesis. I learnt so much. We had no clue back then what it was all about.

    The problem is 6 weeks off and he is still in that mode. Plus he had assessment in class which I wasn't aware of. I wanted to talk to his teacher before they did this. So as far as he is concerned, it's all play, no work.

    I need to get him to start studying harder this year.
    Make £10 a day September 2017 £81.68.
    August 2017 £390.47
    • shariann
    • By shariann 9th Sep 17, 4:11 PM
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    Well. Haven't dealt with any physical clutter to speak of but done a couple of things on line that have been hanging about for ages so that has made me feel like I have achieved something.

    Just got off the phone to o2 trying to transfer my sons phone in to his name. It was more complicated than I expected but think it is sorted now so that will be another £12.94 saved each month. Not sure if it will be this month or next month though.

    Got to do same with other son next which could be even more of a challenge as like his brother he has learning difficulties but he is not quite as articulate
    £10 a day November - £177.83£300
    2014 £110.92
    2015 £3732.30
    2016 £1633.66
    January £208.92 February £87.28 March £178.64 April £112.76 May £213.63 June £317.93 July £359.85 August £449.15 September £120.15 October £353.42
    • shariann
    • By shariann 9th Sep 17, 5:54 PM
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    That's lovely and supportive shariann. I remember helping my sisters ex boyfriend type his science thesis. I learnt so much. We had no clue back then what it was all about.

    The problem is 6 weeks off and he is still in that mode. Plus he had assessment in class which I wasn't aware of. I wanted to talk to his teacher before they did this. So as far as he is concerned, it's all play, no work.

    I need to get him to start studying harder this year.
    Originally posted by Aesop
    I sympathise with him! I have found it hard to get back in to 'school' mode this week too Infact most of the staff at our school were like zombies by Friday. Much as 6 weeks break is lovely it does mean that everyone, students, staff and parents can really struggle to settle again in September.

    Is your son in year 6 Aesop?
    £10 a day November - £177.83£300
    2014 £110.92
    2015 £3732.30
    2016 £1633.66
    January £208.92 February £87.28 March £178.64 April £112.76 May £213.63 June £317.93 July £359.85 August £449.15 September £120.15 October £353.42
    • QueenJess
    • By QueenJess 9th Sep 17, 7:35 PM
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    QueenJess
    Disaster... baby ate my phone and the display looks dodgy... turned it off and hoping it will dry overnight and be fine as buying a new one would be very expensive! Fingers crossed..
    Originally posted by QueenJess
    Ok - turned the phone on this morning and didn't look great so turned it off again. Turned it on this evening and seems to be ok bar a small mark on the screen in the corner. Fingers crossed it continues to work!

    More good news:
    Cashback £21.19
    Gift vouchers I have had since 2016 that I have partly used £44

    Now up to £165.11 for the month! Also decided to sell an old iPad as I don't really use it enough and definitely don't need it. Hopefully it'll help fund a new phone as mine is on its last legs as the charging is a bit dodgy (pre baby getting hold of it), so I probably need to take the plunge and get a new one in the next month or so.
    Make up to £10 a day challenge: November £76.80/£300
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    • Aesop
    • By Aesop 9th Sep 17, 8:48 PM
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    Aesop
    I sympathise with him! I have found it hard to get back in to 'school' mode this week too Infact most of the staff at our school were like zombies by Friday. Much as 6 weeks break is lovely it does mean that everyone, students, staff and parents can really struggle to settle again in September.

    Is your son in year 6 Aesop?
    Originally posted by shariann
    Year 5 but he has concentration issues. We have seen the results. He does really well in an assessment, but after 20 minutes of doing it, he is bored and writes anything. So he drops from something good to something a bit lower.
    Make £10 a day September 2017 £81.68.
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    • cufc_mike
    • By cufc_mike 9th Sep 17, 9:14 PM
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    Thanks for all the well wishes Appreciate your words too KM. My money making efforts tend to begin around 9pm once my wife and daughter are in bed. I'm not a great sleeper. I don't usually get to bed until 1am/2am. Has it's benefits I suppose! And now I get to share that time with the most perfect sleeping baby

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    Make a Payment a Day: £213.51 in Aug, £167.55 in Sep, £300.00 in Oct, £415.98 in Nov
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    • Felula
    • By Felula 9th Sep 17, 9:23 PM
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    Congratulations on the baby son Mike, what's his name?
    • cufc_mike
    • By cufc_mike 9th Sep 17, 9:32 PM
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    Congratulations on the baby son Mike, what's his name?
    Originally posted by Felula
    He's called Jack When our daughter was born, nearly 4 years ago, we didn't know what we'd be having, and didn't have a name had it been a boy. This time round, we decided to find out what we were going to have so we could be more prepared, and get rid of loads of clothes/toys that our daughter no longer uses. Despite months of thinking between us, my wife and I still couldn't think or agree on a name. Then one day, out of nowhere, our daughter started referring to 'baby' as Jack. It wasn't a name either of us had really considered previously, but it just felt right.
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    • Felula
    • By Felula 9th Sep 17, 9:42 PM
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    He's called Jack When our daughter was born, nearly 4 years ago, we didn't know what we'd be having, and didn't have a name had it been a boy. This time round, we decided to find out what we were going to have so we could be more prepared, and get rid of loads of clothes/toys that our daughter no longer uses. Despite months of thinking between us, my wife and I still couldn't think or agree on a name. Then one day, out of nowhere, our daughter started referring to 'baby' as Jack. It wasn't a name either of us had really considered previously, but it just felt right.
    Originally posted by cufc_mike
    That's a great name. I remember when my younger nephew was born, his older brother Joshua wanted to call him Joshua. When he was told that would be a bit confusing, he suggested 'chair'. They went with Samuel!
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