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The past 3 months have been a crazy whirlwind with this Airbnb. We started it not knowing how it would do, whether we would get any bookings or if this would be lucrative in anyway. If I’m completely honest, I had very low expectations. I told Ethan before we listed it to give it two months before we completely wrote it off. He was a little hesitant because we weren’t sure what would come of it. I was secretly hoping we would at least make $200! Because we live in a smaller town and never thought we would have anyone that would really stay with us. Boy was I wrong!! This has turned into the perfect side hustle for me. This has been one way we were able to expand our financial freedom!
Having a non-traditional job had definitely been different for me. One thing that has been so beneficial is how easy using PayPal cash in and cash out money services at Walmart stores. We get paid after each guest stay and I can run to our local Walmart to take cash out from our PayPal account. What I love most is that we can basically find a Walmart anywhere so it gives us peace of mind because of how reliable it is.
A little about how PayPal cash in and cash out works is, you have access to your PayPal balance at any cash register, Walmart service desk or ATM at any US Walmart. You can easily put cash in and take cash out when needed. If you have a PayPal Mastercard, you can easily make purchases or pay bills online anywhere Mastercards are accepted. I place a lot of online orders securely using out PayPal Mastercard.
I don’t know if it’s luck but we have been consistantly busy since we’ve started. This has been a great way for me to stay home and make money. Our Airbnb has been so fun to run and we’ve met so many people from all of the world! This has truly been a great venture for us and we can’t wait to try something like this out in Colorado.
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I want to start this first with that fact that this is my TWO year blogiversary!
Can you believe I’ve had this blog of mine for 2 years now!!!! I can’t get over how fast the time has gone and how much I have had planned for this baby of mine. I started it to have a place to share things I love and to give little life updates, kind of like the one you’re about to read. I wanted to grow a community of people that enjoyed doing some of the same things I love and I can’t tell you how thankful I am for each and every one of you. I have had some amazing opportunities and have had some of my biggest supporters in the crazy endeavor I started.
Beginners Guide To House Plants
Let me just start by saying that I am NOT a plant expert by any means.
In fact I was known to have a black thumb.
I love fall not only because of the cooler weather and sweaters but because you can wear all of the dark vampy lipsticks around! My favorite colors to wear are the very subtle oranges, deep reds, and the purples. When I volunteered at Kellans school the other day I was wearing this darker purple lip and this little 4 year old girl told me she LOVED my purple lipstick!! So there you have it folks purple lips are toddler approved!
Chili is a staple in our house come fall/winter time. A huge perk is any dinner I can make in the crockpot. It’s so convenient to start in the middle of the day after school drop-off and not have to worry about it again until dinner time! This chili recipe feeds about 8-10 people so it’s perfect if you want to invite friends over or have plenty of leftovers!
I can’t believe how many requests I’ve received from all of you about essential oils! I don’t really share essentials on any of my social media platforms but we do use them in our home. I had someone specifically request a list of fall essential oil combos and I thought that was a great idea! I do tend to use essential oils more in the winter so sharing our favorite combos is easy!
I’ve had a huge outpour of interest in making my DIY wooden headboard! I think most of you were shocked at how cheap it was to make yourself and trust me when I say I was just as shocked! I’ve been looking everyone to buy one including big furniture stores and even our local Ross and they all seemed extremely pricey. The cheapest one I found was still running about $145. The crazy part is, I made mine for under $55! 52.31 to exact!!!