Funding Your Blogging Lifestyle When You're Just Starting Out*

Hi lovelies!

*collaborative/pre-written post

Lots of people love the idea of becoming a blogger and writing articles for a living. However, it can take a long time to create a reliable revenue stream, and so many folks find it hard to pay the bills in the meantime. With that in mind, this article will offer some advice on the best ways to reduce spending during the early stages of your new career.

Reduce the cost of your bills

Firstly, you’ll need to bring the cost of your bills down if you want to reduce some of the financial strain. There is an infographic at the bottom of this page that provides some excellent suggestions that should point you in the right direction. Switching energy supplier is essential!

Haggle over every purchase

You never want to spend more than is necessary on anything you buy. So, get used to the idea of haggling when you visit small businesses and market stalls. Companies like Tesco aren’t going to listen, but less established brands and entrepreneurs might.

Send your blog posts to news companies

If you write a lot of blog posts, there is a decent chance you could get some of them published in a magazine or newspaper. So, be sure to build a list of journalist contacts and forward your articles. You never know when someone will offer to buy it.

Now you know how to fund the early stages of your blogging lifestyle; nothing should stand in the way of your success. With a bit of luck, these suggestions will assist you in avoiding having to take a part-time job.

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Thanks for reading. Leah xoxo

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