Netflix is a time killer. It is so easy to spend hour after hour watching a good television series. Netflix automatically plays the next episode. That is how easy it is. Getting up, getting around, and learning is hard. It is why so many people just don’t do it at all outside of their career. Full-time mommies are put in a peculiar position of having both no time and all the time. Find ways to contribute to the family budget through the power of education and learning.
Develop a passion project. It doesn’t have to make money now or ever, but it can mark a few things off that bucket list. A passion project can derive from virtually any interest, creative or otherwise. The project also has the opportunity of developing into a real business. Keep this opportunity open. Take daily steps, and small steps, to develop a small passion project.
Work on the House
Is something broken? Watch YouTube videos and learn how to fix it. Is that couch just getting beat up? Take special trips to the local Goodwill here and there and potentially find a great deal on something new-ish. These are just a few ways to become a DIY expert. The repair saved money from having to hire a professional. The replacement couch saved from the frustrations of the old couch. Overall, these efforts contribute to the budget and the satisfaction of life.
Have Measured Side Financial Goals
Is the monthly budget tight by about $100? Could an extra $100 really help and be put to a very specific use? There are ways to make an extra $100 a month using a website, odd jobs, sales of extra items in the garage, and more. This kind of measured goal will really help drive motivation and add precision to a goal.
How can this be accomplished? Make it modest and brainstorm ways in which it can be achieved every month. measured goals allow bigger goals to be broken down. The above are some quick and snappy tips to make a little extra money. Readers can see additional information by visiting the mommy blog.