Today we get to the fun part of the Swag lifestyle: the part with games! If you have been following along in my series about how to earn money with Swagbucks, you have already seen the basics (the To-Do List, the Daily and Monthly Goals, and the Hidden ways to Earn). Today’s post will fill you in on the free games you can play to earn Swagbucks. Ready to have some FUN? Let’s go.
Thanks for sticking with this series of posts on how to earn some serious cash with Swagbucks. If you are hanging in there with me, you have already learned how to get started making cash with Swagbucks and how to reach your Daily Goals. Today, I am going to illuminate some of the hidden ways to earn that SB. Some of them are abundantly clear to those of us who have been using Swagbucks for a while (don’t get any ideas that I will be uncovering the secrets of the Illuminati here), but for those of you who are just getting started on this journey, you will want encouragement to keep going.
In the previous post about making cash with Swagbucks, I shared how to complete the To-Do list every day. I explained that it was one of the two ways you can make sure you are maximizing the benefits of Swagbucks. So let’s talk the second way: meeting your Daily Goals. As their name would imply, the daily goals change daily and vary based on your previous usage of Swagbucks. And there is a benefit to attempting to meet your goal each day. Let’s get into it.
I was blown away with how much money I was able to accumulate over a year as we prepared for our dream Disney vacation. The extra cash offset our expenses by THOUSANDS of dollars!! And I have shared it in real life with any one who will sit still long enough. But it can be a bit misleading to tell someone, “I did it and you can too!” without following up with the how-to. We all need details, right? So, I am writing this for my friends and you can benefit, too (hopefully). Here’s the beginning of the rundown on how to make some serious cash with Swagbucks.
My husband is notorious in our family as a lover of pickles. He is a particular pickle lover – he only prefers peppery pickles. Sorry, couldn’t resist the alliterations! Anyway, we received a pickle ornament some time back because of my husband’s well-known passion for pickles (I may or may not stop). Attached to our pickle ornament was a story of a pickle tradition in which a pickle ornament is hidden on a Christmas tree for children to find. The first child to find the pickle receives a prize. In the years following we have started to do this tradition with our kids. And our kids LOVE it! It is one of the only traditions for the holidays our kids discuss the moment we get the tree out of storage.
We just finished our first day of school for the girls (and AG, by surprise) in our updated homeschool space. I know it is Labor Day. But Labor Day means Daddy is home and I have help for the day. We also have our first community day with Classical Conversations tomorrow. I am trying to alleviate the busyness of the morning tomorrow whilst establishing an understanding that we do school AT home. I had to explain this to the girls a few times because excitement has an affect on their ears!