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How To Get Loads Of Freebies

If you’re like most people, you’re probably wondering how you can get freebies and more freebies. Well, the best way to get a bunch of freebies the size of Mt. Everest is to spend websites that are dedicated to giving away free stuff on the Internet.

Or you could also sign up with websites that find all the free offers found on the Internet and publish them on their website. We’re talking about websites like Free Stuff World like others. These websites don’t just offer free stuff, they also offer free samples, competitions and so much more. You should search for these websites and check out the homepage for all the newest stuff that is free.

If there’s a freebie you like, apply to receive. Get all of the complimentary stuff and have them delivered to your own door. If you’re like more people, you’re probably wondering, “Why do businesses like to give away free stuff?”

Giving away free samples and freebies is a business tactic that actually attracts more and more customers, contributing to the bottom line of the business that’s giving them away. But really now, who does not want freebies? Everyone loves free stuff, and businesses know that giving you a taste of their goods will make you go for their product.

Occasionally, freebie campaigns last awhile, but the entire duration really depends on the number of free samples they’re giving away. I you want to use free these free websites, you need to sign up with them. Don’t worry about your privacy, your details won’t ever be passed onto another company or any other person.

Because your email might be flooded with many, many offers, consider creating another email account for freebies and other offers. This can keep your main inbox clear, and you also will be able to instantly see the companies that are giving away freebies and making new offers.
Keep a watch on the Terms and Conditions and consider checking and unchecking some options.

Most of the websites that offer freebies haven’t been around long. Most of them were established in May 2010. But these websites have been good enough to gather all the freebies available on the Internet. While most of the freebies are for consumer goods, you can actually get free travel, free accommodations, and other free things. Here’s how you can get them.

Defeat the tax increase by travelling by automobile, and prevent extortionate train fares. Road trips are enjoyable but you can travel the road for free by signing up with websites like Liftshare.com and FreeWheelerscom. Some people to will ask you to chip in for petrol but will offer you a spare seat in the vehicle.

Budget not enough for a vacation? Get home accommodations free of charge by swapping your house with another family. Love House Swap and Homelink International provide you with the possibility to search through properties and swap your house for another – wherever you may be on the planet.

A New Love For Pinterest & A Disney Wedding

I have a confession. I have a boyfriend of three and a half years, I’m not engaged but I have had way too much fun creating a whole new Pinterest board – and it’s Disney wedding themed. Luckily he doesn’t read my blog as if he did he may very well run for the hills, but in my defence it’s all about inspiration and I’m not hurting anyone after all! I recently saw a quote that pretty much sums up Pinterest and gave me a good giggle – “Pinterest is where women go to plan imaginary weddings, dress children that don’t exist, decorate houses they can’t afford to buy and make way too many outfits” – I’m afraid to say it certainly looks like I fall into that category! I just wanted to write this post to show you a few stunning photos I have found for my future wedding (ahem) and I also love finding home ware items and décor ideas that I can store away safely until I finally get my own place. Pinterest seems to me like a place where I can just get lost in beautiful images and create boards and boards of pretty little things. So, without further ado, if you haven’t found yourself on Pinterest just yet, I recommend you create an account and get lost in the images!

Blogging Is Not A Competition

I think this post has been brewing up inside me for a good while now. I’ve spoken before about the negatives of blogging but I think for this post, I need to focus on the positives. There is always going to be somebody out there who is better than you, bigger than you and more successful. Does that make you any less successful? Absolutely not. When it comes to blogging, I feel I have come a long way since last February. Blogging has turned into a hobby that I devote a lot of my spare time to and that is purely because I love it, it gives me confidence and I feel like I am finally good at something I enjoy. I’ve never been one for hobbies except for reading, so I feel very happy that I’ve stuck to blogging for so long and I have no plans to stop for a long time – I wonder if when we’re all OAP’s, whether we’ll still be talking about the latest lipsticks?! It certainly wouldn’t surprise me!
With this in mind, why do I sometimes find myself feeling fed up with my blog and as if I’m not good enough. We are all good enough. It doesn’t matter how many followers you have, whether your pictures aren’t quite up to your own standards yet (will they ever be?!) – you are who you are, so be proud of it. A good few times I have felt down about my blog and wished I could be more ‘successful’ – I hope you know I’m just trying to be honest and not trying to tell anyone how to feel. Success is different to everybody. Just because someone has more comments, more posts, more followers on Instagram – why does that mean they are more successful than you? It doesn’t. As you know, blogging takes up a lot of time, taking the photos, reviewing products, writing the post and then promoting – it’s not exactly a quick fix but we do it because we love it. When I started blogging, I didn’t expect more than five people to even stumble upon it unexpectedly before clicking off in a rush. Without bragging, I do feel I have come far, I have had some lovely opportunities and it is so good to meet and chat to other bloggers who have the same interests as me.
So, in a nutshell, I just wanted to remind myself and you that we are successful in our own ways. We don’t have to be raking in the cash from our blogs or always sitting at the top page of the Bloglovin popular posts – each new post you publish is a success. I hope I don’t sound completely soppy, although I have a feeling I might have done just that! I am also taking a pledge to stop taking blogging so seriously. It is my favourite hobby of all time and I feel so pleased each time I get a new comment on a post, so I am only focusing on the positives. I certainly didn’t start blogging to be comparing myself to other blogs – I started because I love writing and I love beauty products. If you’ve made it to the end, thank you, I’ll be quiet now!
Do you ever find yourself comparing your blog?