There’s a lot of money to be made in blogging. That is, if you have the right kind of knowledge to push yourself forward. We all know that once you’ve established your blog online, to make the first steps into making money you’re going to want to sign up to Google Adverts and begin looking into affiliate programs to join. That’s just the basic information that you’ll pick up from the generic “how to start a blog and monetise it” kind of posts. However, there are other ways in which you can make money from your blog, and open it up to new opportunities in the process. Take a look at the next steps you should be taking:
When you think of Finland, you probably think of Father Christmas and cold, harsh snowy winters, but there is far more to Finland than Lapland and the weather. It is undoubtedly one of the most underrated holiday destinations in Europe, and no matter what time of the year you visit, you are guaranteed to have a good time, well providing your take the time to plan your itinerary to squeeze in as much Finnish magic as you can, anyway!
Want to have a fabulous time in Finland? Here are a few things you simply must do when you’re there:
If you’re looking for a way to increase the value of your home, your garden is a gold mine. If you’re looking for a place to escape from the family, food missiles being thrown by toddlers, and an incessant noise that you’re convinced is giving you tinnitus, your garden is a gold mine! We all need time to escape from the hub of the home, and an outbuilding is the perfect solution. Not only is it an extra room for your house, but it’s can look stylish for a relatively low cost. But, what do you need to consider when building an outbuilding?
With all the great weather we’ve been having lately, dare we say that summer is here – and earlier than expected! While you’ve probably been ready for it for a while since the infamous ‘Beast from the East’, can you say the same about your garden?
Gardening can feel like a chore, especially if it’s not your favourite household job. However, when you get the whole family involved – it can become a much more enjoyable task.
Here’s how you can get the whole family involved in making your garden summer-ready.
I wrote my last ‘life lately’ post back in December so there’s lots to catch up on…
Jasmine turned four
At the beginning of April, Jasmine turned four-years-old. We had a fantastic day with swimming and soft play at Brean leisure park – followed by a ginormous chocolate cake (peter rabbit themed, of course) when we got home.
Over a month later and I still cannot believe I have a 4-year-old… until she opens her mouth and I look at her in awe thinking “well aren’t you a proper little person now?!” But she really does seem so grown up lately, she wants to do everything herself (we stood, freezing our asses off, in the middle of town for 5 minutes the other day whilst she tried to zip up her own coat).