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How To Boost Your Reputation As A Freelancer — fashionandstylepolice


Ten tips on how to save some money the easy way.

1.Buy, buy and buy everything online using cash back sites of which there are many – I will cover this more deeply in another post but one good one to start with is
2. When you buy your supermarket shopping do a comparison on line with www.mysupermarket.comwho will work out the cheapest option for you. They also keep your shopping list for the next time you log on.
3. Make sure you don’t buy anything over the phone by enlisting to the Telephone Preference Service – phone 0845 070707 or visit

4. Make some handmade cards to sell online for Christmas. I love making cards and always make my own for Christmas.
5. Take up knitting and sewing to make your own clothes or items that you could sell on ebay, or enjoy it for yourself. I’ve had a field day this year after buying a midi sewing machine.
6. Keep a fishbowl in a handy place to put all your (and others) loose change into it and make your pennies into pounds for Christmas.
7. Save one tin of food or anything else that has a long sell by date once a week then you can soon make up a hamper for a Christmas or Birthday present, saving you time going round shopping for one.
8.Mix your own brand products with more expensive brands to make them go further, for example, washing powder, dishwasher powder, rinsead, shampoo, fabric softener, the list in endless and I bet you have some bits left in nearly every cupboard.
9. Fill your ice-cube trays with left over wine for your recipes and freeeze concentrated chicken and beef stock in lollipop trays.
10. Rent out part of your garden as an allotment space which will mean less work for you to do in the garden and possibly cheaper vegetables as well as earning a bit of extra cash and social distancing the right way.


You don’t need lots of space to create your own craft room you just need to get your space properly organised. These wooden pegs above can store lots of ribbons in one place for you or you could buy the ribbon store hanger below ( which is mine ) from A Place For Everything.

These plant pot holders are brilliant for paint and pens.

I love this idea using wooden crates, they are perfect for the job.

This is one of my favourite images – Sewing closet under the stairs – The Girl Who Sewed.

You can soon get your craft room/business going with these easy space saving ideas.


I love this list of hobbies that can make you some money, especially at the moment when many of us could face a 14 day isolation at home. If that applies to you because of the Coronavirus then maybe look what you love doing most with your hobbies and make it into a money making one.