Make £10 a day extra every day in Sept Challenge.

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Debt-Free Wannabe
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Debt-Free Wannabe
Hi all

I did this last year ( can't remember who started it though sorry ) and it was a challenge to some how make an extra £10 every day in September () obviously :o ). You can make this money loads of different ways and you don't have to physially have the cash. Say you do a mystery shop and get paid £10 you wo't get paid til next month but you have still made £10 more than your normal wage that day.

I am going to make my money, by;

Mystery shopping
Ebay
Amazon
Exra Shifts at work
Quidco
Joining some bingo sites etc thru quidco, rpoints, etc
andanything else I can think of.

Anyone else who wants to be £300 better off by end Septmeber please join in.

Batgirl

Ps I decided to start this yest and sold 2 games on Amazon within an hour so have made my first £20 for the 1st and 2nd Sept but if people would rather we start a fresh today no problems, and if you make more one day you can carry it forward to the next day/s
May 2015 £10 a day currently £208
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  • nahnahnatnahnahnat Forumite
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    This is a brilliant idea! Although I think it will be impossible for me to make £10 a day as overtime is not available at work and I've sold pretty much all my junk!
    Any other ideas?

    Nat x
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  • Hi,

    Great idea...i could really do with an extra £10 a day!

    I'm not able to do any overtime but i am already racking my brains for other ideas.

    I will try ebay and would like to do a car boot sale in the near future.
  • Great Idea I Will Join And Try My Best !!
  • nahnahnat wrote: »
    This is a brilliant idea! Although I think it will be impossible for me to make £10 a day as overtime is not available at work and I've sold pretty much all my junk!
    Any other ideas?

    Nat x

    Try joining a few cashback sites that have daily clicks. I do quite well from these, I've just started my own site and have a few links to good sites on it. PM me if you'd like the web addy
    Trying to sort my life out, and I'm going to get there!
  • Hi, I'd like to join please, but I don't know how I'll do. It will give me the kick up the backside to do the ebay and amazon listings I've been putting off....

    WF
  • BatgirlBatgirl Forumite
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    Fab please there are a few people up for it, i'm meant to be sat here listing for ebay but just thought I would pop here first ;) . Last year i thought I would never do it but you'll be surprised how easy it is, esp if you can get a few myst shopping jobs, or maybe if your a member of aqa. you'll be surprised I'm sure, and hoping I will too because already racking my brains. Carboot is a good idea. Any more ideas get postin please :D

    Batgirl
    May 2015 £10 a day currently £208
  • Fab idea would love to join but concious i'm a bit late but will make a good effort i promise!!!

    Are there any other rules i need to know about??

    laura x
    :o

    Still in debt but happy :cool:
    DFW nerd no 844

    :D
  • I like this idea, could do with the extra money right now.
    One question though - if I earn and extra £20 can it count for 2 days?
  • This sounds fun - and quite a challenge!! I may be a few days late but I'd like to join in too. Better get my thinking cap on, working out some money-making ways :rolleyes:
    :eek: Total debt £21,000 :eek:
    Weight loss to date - 2 st, 2lb:j
  • BatgirlBatgirl Forumite
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    I think you should be able to count it as too days and also if you don't make anything one day you can back pay with future money you make, if that makes sense?
    May 2015 £10 a day currently £208
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