Author: Charlotte Edwards
Looking for something to entertain your children while they’re out of school for the next three months? Try some of these low-cost and free summer activities for kids. From reading programs to technology camps, there’s something fun for every kid -- and these ideas won’t break the bank.
Looking for a way to get paid for your creative work? Here’s an option that’s better than a “donate” button on your website: Patreon. The crowdfunding platform lets bloggers, writers, musicians, bakers and more collect money from their community on an ongoing basis. Here’s how to get started, plus tips from several Patreon pros.
No, you probably shouldn’t eat all the samples yourself, but you’ll definitely want to taste a few of the items you promote! If getting paid to hand out samples sounds interesting, here’s how to get started, including where to find product demonstrator jobs.
While library books are always free, it’s nice to have a collection of books at home for easy access and reference. If you’re curious about building a home library on a budget, you need this list of places to find free and low-cost books to stock your shelves for little or no money. Happy reading!
Preparing for college and want to keep your costs down? Earn college credit for less money by using CLEP exams. Study for and take these exams at your own pace and save thousands on the cost of your college degree. Here’s what you need to know.
Saving money isn’t always easy. If you’re looking for new ways to tighten your belt in the new year, get inspired by these money-saving strategies from around the world. Could these tips and tricks help lower your bills this year?
Fulfillment by Amazon can be easier and more lucrative than simply selling on Amazon, since you don’t have to store items in your home. Here’s how the program works, and how The Penny Hoarder founder Kyle Taylor earned more than $1,000 a month.