Hi, my fellow challengers! I thought it would be groovy to start highlighting our challengers. This will give you a great spectrum of how people plan on acheiving their goals and how the progress is going. I do plan to highlight everyone in this month. So keep up that groovy mojo!
In no particular order I give you this week’s showcase:
Canadian Saver from Saving for Later:
…my only chance is to cash out at survey sites. Unless I get a lot of free time on my hands and get creative!
Have any earning tips for someone on a tight schedule?
Get Stuff Done:
my challenge is to earn £400 over and above my everyday, unpaid, but extremely important job of being a mum / housewife. Selling stuff on ebay. Organising table top sales. Making cushions and cards and lavender bags – crafts etc. So today I earned £2 for selling 2 hand made cards. And £5 for a cushion commission.
I think she is off to a great start with her goal and can’t wait to see that shop!
Hustler from Hustle Up:
It would be nice to earn enough to cancel out a bill or fund a trip. I’ve got some things I would like to sell on Ebay and I’d like to get my Etsy site started. I also have some books and DVDs to sell on Amazon.
Those are nice plans. And she is also participating in High Class, Low Income’s No Spend Challenge. Great combo of challenges!
Leigh from Reconciling my Gross Habits with my Net Income:
… published an examiner.com article this afternoon and I’m planning on working on some of my ehow articles this week as well. I’m set to get about $30 from last month’s ehow and $100 from examiner this month. I’ve also started compiling my list of what to sell on ebay. I’m not listing anything until after the holiday but in a couple of weeks the dough should be rolling in.
She’s off to a great start with her writing skills!
Mrs. Smith from Making Ends Meet in the Queen City:
I’ll accomplish this mostly by selling online: Etsy, Ebay, Craigslist & Half.com. The best part is, I’ll also be cleaning my home & making room in the garage to (hopefully) use it to park my vehicle in this winter.
That is a win-win situation if you ask me! Have you read her first hand experience with Cash4Gold? I think it was a rather creative notion on her part for trying.
The Lost Goat:
I plan to accomplish this by: (1) prayer. (2) Selling clothing on ebay and through consignment stores. (3) Selling books on half.com. (4) Plasma donation. (5) Picking up cans.
Those are good goals and I like how prayer is part of her schedule. Have you checked out her post in attempting to donate plasma.
I love the effort that everyone is putting into this challenge. I had no idea it would grow to the size and charisma it has become. Thank you. Have fun reading some great post!