Tuesday, 5 April 2016

TRIED & TESTED WAY OF MAKING MONEY FROM HOME!

TRIED & TESTED WAY OF MAKING MONEY FROM HOME!





Even with my income from working having four children and list of things that are either needed or just really really wanted I never seem to have enough money. I have tried a few times in the past to find a legitimate way to make a little extra cash to top up my wages and be able to afford a few extras. Along the way I have tried cash back sites, survey sites and many others which most don't pay very much and have a minimum cash out value. Making money this way would take a lot of man hours that I just don't have. I've tried selling my old stuff online with Ebay etc which definitely works if you put the effort in but there's only so much stuff you can sell before your house is starting to look.... well empty... right?!?
So I tried my search again and found a new way to make a little extra money selling cosmetics from a not so well known company in my neck of the woods. At first I was happy to try it because there was no up front fees but remaining quite sceptical that I would be able to make a reasonable amount of money to make it worthwhile.  After all I wasn't spending any money so what did I have to loose?




Sign up was extremely easy and took minutes and had no fussy in-depth questions to answer. On offer was a chance to order cosmetics from a catalogue I can only describe as quite similar to Avon. The catalogue was really easy to navigate and the prices were impressive along with gorgeous looking products. How have I not seem this before?   The promise was not to make hundreds of pounds a week, be able to afford luxury holidays and cars but to make a reasonable amount of extra based on your order values.
With my first order I earned 35% and I also earned some free products for my self. The support from my sponsors and the company have been fantastic and surprisingly easy to get the hang of the site, catalogue and ordering methods. I had no obligation to order once I signed up, I didn't have to pay for anything until I decided to make an order. I wasn't spammed, had no annoying phone calls and I was treated personally.



You too can sign up and start making your self a little extra money or just create an account to buy for yourself only. You can register your interest below or contact me directly via email and I'll help you register or answer any questions.

Friday, 4 March 2016

FREE BABY & PREGNANCY GOODIES!!!

FREE BABY & PREGNANCY GOODIES!!!

 
 
 
On the lookout for some handy baby freebies, samples or coupons? I've found some pretty awesome goodies that you can get for FREE!! I've tried a few of these recently and received some brilliant samples of which some included money off coupons. These links have all been checked and are all currently active.



Image from Photobucket

 

FOR BABY

 
 
Pull up nappy samples - Includes coupons and stickers  
 
Free weaning spoons from Bebvita - Mine arrived super quick
 
Greenty Anti Allery Nappy sample -  Choose you size
 
Free Dry Nites Sample - Includes  money off coupon
 
 
 
 

 

PREGNANCY

 
Bounty Mum to Be and more packs - 4 packs in total, includes samples &coupons
 
 
Lansinoh samples & coupons -  Also get offers & competitions
 
Boots parenting club coupons - I have saved a small fortune using these coupons. I have also had some lovely freebies including photo books. I love my boots points!
 
Caring Every Day - Free printable money off coupons
 

Saturday, 2 January 2016

HELLO KITTY MEMORY GAME GIVEAWAY

HELLO KITTY MEMORY GAME GIVEAWAY

 
 
 
 
 
 Firstly a big Happy new year to you all and we wish all the very best for 2016. We're celebrating by hosting our first giveaway of the year. We have a Hello Kitty Memory card game to give away to one lucky winner. All you have to do is simply comment on this blog post with who you would like to win this game for and also comment who yours or their favourite children's character.
 
 
 

RULES

The giveaway will be open from the 2/1/2016 -  midnight 30/1/2016.
Entries are open to all EU residents.
There will only be one winner.
Prize can't be exchanged.
 
 
 
Good luck and all the very best for 2016. XxX
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sunday, 27 December 2015

MY SUNDAY PHOTO 27/12/15

My Sunday Photo 27/12/15

 
 
So you may have noticed I haven't been around as much lately due to personal reasons. I haven't posted a Sunday photo in around 3 months now but wanted to get my last Sunday photo of 2015 out there and shared with you guys. So here it is ..... Christmas eve excited in the Walker household!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thanks for stopping by x



 
OneDad3Girls

Saturday, 19 December 2015

10 AWESOME FUN FAMILY THINGS TO ON CHRISTMAS EVE!!

10 Awesome Fun family things to do on Christmas eve!!

 
 
 

Image from Photobucket
 
 
 
Christmas eve and the excitement is building and the kids are buzzing with energy. Here's a few of the things we like to do on Christmas eve to keep the kids entertained and generally make the most of having some family time together.
 
 
1. Every Christmas eve my children get to open one present from under the tree from mum and dad. Brand new pyjamas. It something we've always done and we all really look forward to this part of the night.
 
 
2. Go join in with a family chistingle  mass or nativity show some where local. This is something we only started doing a couple of years ago. It turned out to be really good fun and they tend to hold an earlier mass for families with small children and then a later one for the grown ups so you don't need to worry about the kids being fidget bums.
 
 
3. Make some reindeer food. This year we were actually given some when visiting Santa and sometimes the kids make it at school. You can use any ingredients like oats, glitter, raisins, choc chips, cereal. The kids will go outside and sprinkle it around the garden or the drive so the reindeer have something tasty to eat. You could even keep it in a little bowl.
 
 
4. Christmas eve Christmas movie marathon!! Our favourites are the Grinch elf. Pick a few of your families favourite Christmas movies and just relax and watch them in your new jammies!
 
 
4. The Christmas eve box has really taken off in recent years. You can make one so easily and you really don't need t spend a lot of money doing it. An old shoe box or medium sized box wrapped up in Christmas paper and then fill it with some goodies. We put in Christmas colouring in books, colours, a dvd, some snacks, maybe a Christmas craft activity.
 
 
5. Take the kiddos for a drive or a walk to look out for all the houses decorated with lights. Some people put in an insane amount of effort and the kids just love it.  The walk might even tire them out a bit :P


6. Watch Santa fly past! Santa will be visible (weather depending) in the sky heading west to east between 4.40pm and 4.50pm. Keep an eye out!


7. Make some home made decorations. Find lot's of inspiration on pinterest.


8. Hang up your Christmas stocking this part is sooo exciting.


9. Leave out some yummy snacks for Santa and the reindeer, maybe a little tipple to warm Santa up on his ling journey?


10. Cosy up into bed and read a Christmas story.



 

Sunday, 22 November 2015

WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?

Where have you been?

 
 
 
 
 
Firstly I just want to say "hi" I'm still here although I have been MIA for a couple of months. The last couple of months have been very dark times and unfortunately took their toll. My personal circumstances have been very difficult to say the least lately and I really didn't deal with them all that well. I still don't feel ready to talk about what's been happening but very much feel like I'm starting to heal somewhat and that I'm able to start pushing forwards to getting back to normal. What ever normal is lol. 
 
I'm trying ease my back into my blog and so please bare with me I have loads to catch up on and a big sorry to anyone I haven't managed to reply to or chat to recently.
 
I have missed you all
XxX   

Thursday, 8 October 2015

TICKET FOR LIFE BY WANDA OLESON - CELEBRATING NATIONAL POETRY DAY

TICKET FOR LIFE BY WANDA OLESON - CELEBRATING NATIONAL POETRY DAY

 
 
 
 
National Poetry day falls on the 8th October this year and will be widely celebrated across the UK. My daughter has been learning a poem to read out at the school assembly along with the rest of her class. So I've picked out a little poem that I feel perfectly describes being a parent.
 
 

Ticket for life - By Wanda Oleson

 
 
Bandage scraped knees. Kiss away fears.
Watch their heartbreak and dry their tears.
Teach them to know what's right and what's wrong.
Show them how to be gentle and when to be strong.
Tell them you love them, and then let it show.
That's the easiest part of helping them grow.
There needs to be discipline, but don't over do it.
Praise and encouragement strengthens their spirit.
Show them respect for their feelings and thoughts.
They should know their important, self worth can't be bought.
Show them some patience and always be kind.
Developing minds make mistakes time to time.
Teach them to be the best they can be.
When they're happy within,
WHAT A RIDE LIFE CAN BE
 
Have you celebrated National Poetry day?