99 Sleeps – How to make extra cash to save for Christmas 2020

It’s only 99 sleeps until Christmas! And you know how fast those days go. So I thought I would share a quick blog post about saving money for Christmas 2020, and how you can make some extra cash to add to the piggy bank.

I’ve had a think about all the ways you can make some extra money between now and December. I’m not talking about getting a part-time job or setting up a home business; I just mean the easy, simple, quick things you can do to get your hands on some extra cash.

I’ve shared all my tips in a guest post on the All Things Christmas website (one of my fave festive sites!). One of my blogging buddies runs the website so I asked her if I could write about three super-easy ideas for making money for Christmas. Please head over to the website to read my blog post and see if you can make some money using these three methods.

Having saved money for the next 99 days you’ll be ready to enjoy Christmas without having to spend on credit cards. As long as you make sure that the additional money you make goes straight into the festive savings fund, you’ll be ready for the big day.

Best of luck with your savings efforts for Christmas and please feel free to share your own cost-cutting hacks and cash-building tips in the comments below – I’d love to learn from your own saving experiences!



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Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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