Resources

I decided to create this resource page to easily list recommended services, products, and companies that I know are helpful/ and that I use. This way you can quickly find valuable services and products in one place. Get ready to start saving thousands with this resource page!

Disclosure: There are a few affiliate links, but I would never recommend anything I don’t use personally or that I have not verified. You can click on all the pink words to take you right to the website.

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Airbnb:  When I travel I prefer to stay in short-term rental vacation homes such as  Airbnb ( this will give you $35 Airbnb coupon code for your next stay). Airbnb vacation rates are commonly cheaper or comparable then a hotel, plus you usually have a kitchen, and a lot more space. If you are going on vacation with a lot of friends or family, you can rent a whole house and split the price. It will be a lot cheaper than each person renting a hotel room, plus you get a lot more space. The Many Pros of Using Airbnb & How To Use it Plus a Coupon Code For Your Next Vacation

Booking.com: Booking.com is one of my go to travel websites . Whenever I don’t use Airbnb I will use Booking.com instead. You can find affordable resorts, hotels, or even apartments for your next vacation. 

 

Ebates: When you sign up for a website like Ebates where you can earn free CASH BACK for just spending like how you normally would online. All you have to do is click on your favorite shop that you want to shop through ( there are TONS of stores such as Petco,  Kohls, Macy’s, etc.) and shop just like you normally would. Ebates makes a commission for referring you to a store you just shopped at, and they give you some of that money back to thank you. When you sign up through my link, you will receive a free $10 to shop!

$5 Meal Plan: I was able to recently join $5 Meal Plan , I’m always eating out wasting money so it was a way to help me eat at home more. It is only $5 a month ( first two weeks are free too). You get meal plans sent straight to you along with the exact shopping list you need to create said meals. They are affordable and effortless to make. 

Acorns: Acorns is a mico investing website that allows you to make an investment with every normal purchase you make. All you do is link your debit care, or bank account and every time you make a purchase they will round up your purchase to the nearest dollar.  Your spare change gets automatically invested making you more money. You can also start by setting up a $5 recurring investment, where they will take $5 from your account every month. Which eventually adds up at the end of the year! It is 100 percent safe I have been using it for 2 years now and have already saved $2,000. Check them out Here.

Ibotta: Ibotta is a shopping app where you can earn cash. All you need to do is download the app. Before you go shopping unlock cash rewards on great products by completing simple task. When you get to the store buy the products you’ve unlocked at any  supported store. Verify your purchases and earn cash. It’s super easy to use and if you already do a lot of grocery shopping you won’t need to do much. When you Sign up through my link, you will receive $10!

Uber: If you are looking for a cheap taxi ride, I have a coupon for $20 off your first ride through Uber. They are great way to get around when you are out of town.  The Uber coupon code is “jonnied2“ and you will get $20 off your first ride.



Blog-Related Help

SiteGround: If you are wanting to start a WordPress blog for cheap, then I strongly reccommend choosing SiteGround for your hosting needs. Hosting plans start at only $3.95 a month. I have been with them for a year, and it has been the best experience. They are 100 percent safe, and give quality support whenever you have questions. 

99Designs: If you are in search for a website design, graphic design, a header image, or something else related to your website, 99Designs  is a great place to find what you are looking for.

Creativemarket: Creative Market is an online marketplace for community-generated design assets. Anything you need for your blog or social media you can find it here. They have everything from graphics, WordPress themes, stock photography, and other digital goods for use by web creatives. I’m always searching around on their website for designs to improve my blog, I have bought my theme from them twice. They have pretty low prices as well so you can have designs on a budget. 

TheShelf: TheShelf is a blogging network. When you are ready to start monetizing your blog they are a great network that helps to connect you to brands. So when you are ready to start earning money through sponsored post, reviews, ads, and event coverage head over to TheShelf to get started. They have a really easy going set up, and they work with smaller bloggers!

Tailwind: Tailwind is a newer company that I just started using, but love it. Tailwind allows you to schedule your Pinterest pins and  look at the analytics related to that so that you can see what is working and what is not. It will save you a ton of time, because you don’t have to manually pin everything. You can grow your blog with minimal work.

PicMonkey: Most of my blog post pictures are edited with PicMonkey. I use PicMonkey for all of my pictures to edit them, and make them more appealing or to add text. Using PicMonkey is great for branding your PicMonkey Photo editing made of winwebsite, so new readers can find you through websites such as Facebook and Pinterest if you have eye-catching photos. PicMonkey is super affordable. You can buy their membership for just $2.75 per month and it comes with a lot great  features. I highly recommend PicMonkey and it’s something I use weekly.

Awin: Formerly Affiliate Window, Awin is one of my favorite affiliate programs. Their interface is very easy to use, and they work with a variety of brands worldwide including Etsy and Misguided.They ask for a $5 deposit to sign up, but you receive that back in its entirety with your first payment!

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