Here at MoneyMagpie, we’ve collected 22 ways to make and save money in 2022, so why not check a few out for yourself.
If you’re thinking about having a clear-out now is the time! Recently, Forbes Advisor, found that over the 50 years between 1972-2022 on average trainsets had increased in cost by 1203%. In comparison silver has only increased by 1005%, so check out your train sets now.
There are many ways to make money with your twin from scientific research, clinical trials to modelling and acting. Read the full article and see if you can make some cash with your twin.
Have you dabbled in making music before? Is it something you studied at university? Maybe this year you could investigate how to make money selling theme tunes. This article has all the information you need to get started.
We’re all fans of a selfie every now and then so why not cash in on it. From selling photos as stock images to becoming a social media influencer – there’s something for everyone in this article!
It’s the end of January so you’ve probably supped-up some of those bottles of gin you got given for Christmas. Before you throw them in the recycle bin why not try to upcycle them and make a bit of quick money from them.
If you are looking for a side hustle this article could be the one for you! This article details everything from starting your own business, choosing your selling platforms and how much profit you could make.
Are you interested in making a bit of easy money, your appearance could be the way to do it. From being a life drawing model to a celebrity lookalike, there are loads of ways to make money from your appearance – check out the full article for more ideas.
Being a film and TV extra can be a fun and flexible source of income. And it’s not just for aspiring actors, either! Anyone can be an extra. Check out the article for more information on how to get into work as an extra.
Cassettes have been considered outdated for a number of years due to the emergence of streaming and the introduction of the CD. But in recent years there has been a resurgence in the number of cassettes sold. So, instead of throwing out that dusty pile of tapes, why not see if they’re worth anything?
If you’ve been around the internet recently, you’ve probably heard of an NFT. This article details how to get started making and selling your own NFTs. You never know you might make the next bored ape.
You might just think of Lego as a toy for kids but it’s been growing increasingly popular over the past few years. So why not check out our article for our top tips on buying and selling Lego – you might make some extra cash.
Veganuary might be over but there is still the rest of the year to try some vegan meals. We’ve rounded up 5 of our favourite recipes for you to try as well as sharing our top tips for being a vegan.
Eating more sustainable food is often chosen as a new year’s resolution by many people. In the age of climate change, the flexitarian diet and knowledge on the impact of farming, it’s clear to see why. Contrary to popular belief eating sustainable may make your food bills cheaper so why not check out the full article.
With the 50-envelope savings challenge, you could save up to £1275 in 50 weeks. You could put this money towards a house deposit, holiday or your Christmas presents – the opportunities are endless.
By now we’ve probably all done an online personality test to find out whether we’re outgoing, shy, creative or something else. But what if we applied these personality types to our money habits? Check out this article to find out your savings type and how best to save your money this year.
We have all faced, and are likely to continue to face, greater financial pressures this winter, particularly after the rise of the energy price cap in October. So check out our webinar summary on how to save on heating bills this winter.
How do you save time and money by slow cooking? You put all the ingredients in the pot at the start of the day; leave them on a low setting, and when you get home from work – voila! Why not make your new year’s resolution to use the slow cooker more.
Maybe love is in the air for you this year? If you’re planning your wedding why not check out this article for some tips on how to plan a budget wedding.
Who doesn’t love spending time with their furry friends? But, pet expenses can soon add up, whether you have one cat or a herd of animals. Check out this article for tips on how to save on your expenses from making your own treats to insurance. You might find an idea you hadn’t thought of before.
We can all benefit from looking after ourselves better – so why not try an at-home spa day. Treatments at spas can be costly so why not get a few friends around and DIY it instead?
Maybe you want to try a vegan diet this year – check out this article on how to do it on a budget. From vegan cupboards staples, meat alternatives and the best snacks out there you might learn something from this article.
It might be cold outside but now is the time to start working on your garden in preparation for spring. From starting a compost heap to protecting your trees, we have some easy ways to save money on your garden this year.