I can’t wait to hear what Brandy has to say about Universal! It is always fun to read other people’s perspective. Breaks from Swagbucks, or your daily routine are good every now and then. It helps you re-energize yourself for the long haul. The hard part is making yourself come back to work or SB after a break.
You can read Brandy’s previous posts by clicking here!
I am BACK! It has been so long. The past month has been a whirlwind. I spent 12 days at Kristin’s helping with Lularoe while she was away on the Lularoe Cruise. Do you love Lularoe like me? Join Kristin’s Lularoe group by clicking the link here. 5 of those days where spent at Universal Studios! I had a fabulous personal tour guide named Jacob Cooper. We had a blast! Be on the lookout for blog posts about my experience and what I learned. I didn’t do anything with Swagbucks while I was away. I had a few things credit, besides that I really didn’t do much. The week I came home, I didn’t do much of anything, I didn’t have to do including Swagbucks.
One of the ways I don’t get burned out on Swagbucks is by taking a break every now and then. I know I am not earning and leaving money on the table. I am okay with that. I need a break. I think of SB just like a job. With your regular job you get vacation days, holidays, and regular days off. Why not give yourself the same with SB? Those rest periods are important to our work, life balance, and overall happiness. If you take a few days or weeks off SB don’t beat yourself up. Just come back to it when you are ready. That is the beautiful thing about SB, no one is going to call and ask where you are. You don’t have to request time off, or call in sick. You are your own boss and only accountable to yourself.
Even though I took a little beak I was still able to add a little to my Disney fund. I am not even going to go into a breakdown of how I earned my SB. It has been so long and honestly I don’t remember how I earned with SB.
3/21 – 4/16
My Swagbucks – $22.47
Sold Eggs – $24.00
Tango Gift Card from a survey panel – $15.00 (used it towards a bill and added the cash into my fund)
Total to date – $1044.47
Gift cards, and cash balances:
Southwest Gift Card – $177.12 for a $200.00 balance
Universal annual pass and 5 day ticket – $341.00
Cash Remaining in my Disney fund – $526.35
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