Starting a blog can be difficult, especially if you are trying to do it alone.
I started my first blog by myself and literally had NO idea what I was doing. It was extremely overwhelming and I spent countless hours reading posts and searching for answers online only to have something change in blogging and have to relearn how to do something or even worse, learn how to set things up wrong. It was frustrating.
I had two young kids at the time, and I didn’t have time to waste reading the wrong thing or listening to the wrong people.
That is why I wished I would have stopped being frugal with my business (HA! My blog is I Heart Frugal! – so of course, I was trying to save money on blogging!)
I quickly realized being frugal with your business is not a smart business decision. And the time I wasted on reading the wrong things and listening to the wrong people, I will never get back. If I could go back, I would have bought a comprehensive beginner blogging course from a trusted person and called it a day.
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Do you use Ibotta or Rakuten? If so, you know each has its pros and cons.
In today’s post, I am going to compare Ibotta vs. Rakuten (formerly Ebates) to let you know which is best and how you can score money using both cash-back apps and cashback sites. I have been using both of these apps for four to five years and both Ibotta and Rakuten can and will make you money. Below you will learn which is the best rebate app and how you can stack savings to earn cash back on both sites.
Yes, Rakuten (Ebates) has a referral program. Ebates will pay you a referral fee when friends, family, and/or others sign up using your link and make a purchase. The referral fee varies throughout the year from $10 and up to $40 during the holiday season.
A frugal hack is a money-saving tip that makes it easy for you to save money. In short, a frugal hack helps you save money by buying quality over quantity, spending less than you make, and being intentional with your money as not to waste it.
Are you stuck in the paycheck to paycheck cycle? If so, you will want to use these frugal hacks to get “unstuck.”