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So today I sat and worked out how much I have earned this year so far with surveys.
I have spent most of that money already which is not good but I had an idea.
I had £254.29 transferred to my bank through surveys this year already so I put that in to my RDF, this is money that I would never have had so should be putting it to better use than spending it on lunches and days out!
I now have 26% of my RDF saved
Will continue to add all of my survey earnings to this, well apart from the Amazon ones, I do use Amazon a lot to buy gifts for people in work as I am the one in charge of the purchasing so I can use my Amazon vouchers for that later in the year then transfer the amount I get in cash over to my RDF!
How would I go about trying to do this? Do you know websites I can try? this is something to do in my summer hols and weekends as work is calming down.
These are the ones that I use;
* Pinecone Research
* Valued Opinions
* Opinion Outpost
* Prolific Academic
I'm sure you can just go on and register with them, if you want to send me your email address I can refer you?
Had the best time in London We spent the majority of the time tube hopping to get everywhere & it was so easy. I don't like the subway in Glasgow so just thought it would be a nightmare but we never waited any longer than 2 mins for the tube! Went to Harrods, Covent Garden, Chinatown, loads of other places aswell as you do when in London. Aladdin was brilliant, the Genie stole the show as usual!!
Now to finish the savings for Majorca!
Hope your day is going well. Im taking a break from planning on my day off.
Oh it will be fab I am sure! Just need to get this body ready for a bikini
Thanks for checking in.
Not much to report on the savings front, think I am going to pay all my savings to get rid of the debt then start from scratch in 2019.
I don't post that often but I remember your posts from awhile ago. I think like yourself I am now debt free and have had a super time spending and generally enjoying myself. I now intend putting money aside to do more with the house, save and generally have a good time!
I will follow your progress but I am also looking to 2019 to start again.
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