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Welcome to the Lylia Rose UK money and lifestyle blog.  My name is Victoria Sully.  I'm a busy mum of two, wife, full-time blogger and online money-maker who’s always trying to make and save more money.  I’m passionate about making money online, healthy living and blogging.  I’m a mama on a mission to be healthier and wealthier!  Please join me on my journey.


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  1. Make money at home searching the web

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    Many of you may have heard of Swagbucks as a way to make money online at home, but not really explored any further.  If you’re like me then that’s because you think it’s just another low paying survey site.  For some reason I also thought they only paid out in vouchers which had also put me off.  A few weeks ago I decided to sign up to Swagbucks for myself to see what it’s really all about.  I’ve heard several people talk about it lately and seen it on income reports, so I felt like I was being called to check it out!  I always find it spooky when I don’t hear about something for so long and then it pops up in several places I’m looking in a short space of time.  That’s what happened, so I signed up.

    Oh and I also read an article about the top 20 survey sites and it rated it as number one!  I can’t remember which site that was on, but surely it’s good if they rated it at number one?

    Well, I signed up and tried quite a few surveys and I didn’t have a great experience.  I’ve tried 23 surveys and I’ve been booted out of them every time as I don’t match their criteria.  Frustrating is an understatement.  Why don’t these survey sites ask for all your info, especially employment, and then match you to suitable surveys instead of me getting booted out on nearly all the same questions after wasting my precious time?

    So I was about to give up on Swagbucks, but then I stumbled across another way to make money with them which is much easier as it’s something I do numerous times every day – searching the web.

    That’s right – you can make money with Swagbucks just by searching the web as you usually do!

    How to make money by searching the web

    Make money at home when searching the web

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    To earn money when searching the web you need to use the Swagbucks search engine.  To make this easier they have a browser extension called ‘Swagbucks Search’ which defaults your search engine to Swagbucks.  It also links to your account so you can always see your points and reach their main dashboard easily from the top of their search engine.

    I always used Google prior to this and I’ve still been going to Google if I need to search for content on this website, as I don’t have a search bar and the Swagbucks search engine doesn’t pull up all the results like Google for my own site.  It just pulls up one or two.

    But for general searching and researching for my content it’s fine.  I’ve been using it every day and every few searches they will award me some SB.  It’s only pence, I think the most a search earned me was 9SB which is 4.5p.  It all adds up though and I search so much every day I might as well earn some money from it with no extra effort on my part!

    Like most of these sites, once a threshold is reached with their points (SB in this case) then they can be exchanged for vouchers or even cash to a PayPal account.

    Other ways to make money with Swagbucks

    There are lots of other ways to make money on the platform if you have a lot of spare time and nothing better to do!  I do see people saying they make money from the surveys and for some reason it’s rated as the number one survey site in a survey site review I read on another blog.  In my experience so far I’m just wasting time answering a load of questions to get booted out, so I think they can refine the process a lot more and ensure people are only seeing relevant surveys to them.  But, I know people do make money from their surveys, so perhaps I’ve just had really bad luck so far.

    Alternatively you can earn cashback when shopping with certain online retailers (their handy browser extension will let you know automatically if you’re on a cashback website of theirs).  You can also make money from watching videos or doing certain online tasks.  The site has loads of ways to earn SB, but to be honest I’ll probably just stick with the search engine as an easy way to make money doing something I am already doing.  What’s better than that?!

    Get 300SB with my referral link

    If you are interested in making money when searching online then sign up with my referral link.  At the time of writing we’ll both get a bonus of 300SB when you reach your first 300SB!

    Do you have success with Swagbucks?  Connect with me here on Twitter and let me know!

     

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    Make money at home when searching the web

  2. Neveo app review – easily send a family photo newspaper to grandparents each month

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    Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to easily share your family moments with your grandparents?  Perhaps they are not tech savvy and can’t regularly see all your happenings on social media and via email.  Now there is an app that is very easy to use to upload your photos and captions to each month which will automatically create a booklet and post it directly to your grandparents or chosen recipient.  Isn’t this a genius idea?  The app I am talking about and will review in today’s blog post is the Neveo app.

    Today something very exciting came through the post to me – my Neveo booklet.  I have literally just opened it and flicked through every page.  I’m very impressed with the quality and even more excited to know that a copy is also winging its way to my husband Ben’s Gran (Oma) in Germany. 

    Neveo app review – easily send a family photo newspaper to grandparents eac

    What is Neveo?

    Neveo is an easy to use platform that allows you to upload up to 50 photos per month, along with captions or descriptions if you wish, that will be sent to your chosen recipient each month.  You can upload your favourite photos each month from your tablet, iPhone or computer to your account and they’ll go into that month’s album for your chosen recipient. 

    A family newspaper automatically sent to loved ones

    On the first of the following month Neveo will automatically gather all your photos and create a family booklet style newspaper that will be dispatched directly to the recipient.

    Then you start adding your photos to your album for that month and they’ll create a booklet the following month, and so on.

    Hassle free

    It’s a subscription service so you pay each month and they will automatically use the photos you upload to send a family journal to grandparents or whoever you choose.  You can even add more than one recipient if you like.  It’s a hassle free way to send memories to family members who live far away.

    Easy to use app

    I personally find the app easiest to use as I take all my photos on my iPhone.  I simply upload a few photos, mainly of the children, every few days and add some quick descriptions.  As our recipient is German I just add short captions so they are easier to translate, but you can be more detailed. 

    Neveo app review – easily send a family photo booklet to grandparents each

    Add more contributors

    Plus you can choose to add more contributors.  I have added my husband Ben as a contributor and we can create the album together.  He has the app on his phone and it is synced to my account.  That way we can both share our favourite photos with his Gran.

    Worldwide delivery

    You can send the booklet to anyone in the world!  Neveo offer worldwide delivery so you can keep in touch with friends and family far and wide.   It’s just perfect for us to send family photos regularly to Ben’s grandparent in another country.

    Neveo app review – easily send a family photo journal to grandparents each

    Who will receive our Neveo family newspaper?

    Ben’s mum is German and moved here to the UK by herself as a young adult.  This means the rest of his mum’s side of the family is in Germany – an uncle, cousins, his cousin’s children and his Gran. 

    Ben calls his Gran ‘Oma’ as this is German for Gran.  As she is our children’s great Gran we came up with the nickname ‘Oma Oma’ for the kids to say which technically means ‘Gran Gran’ as it was easy to say when they were younger, rather than ‘Uhr Oma’ which is the correct translation.  So we all now just say Oma Oma.

    We have been very lucky to fly to Germany five times to visit Oma Oma with the children and she absolutely loves to see the children and play with them each time.  It’s always an incredible feeling to see how happy she is to see them. 

    Oma Oma is now 94 years old!  She doesn’t have a computer, email or mobile telephone which means we cannot send her images of the children and our goings on electronically.  Neveo is the perfect solution for us!

    We try our best to print photos and send them as often as possible as well as a larger printed album of the children each Christmas.  We always hear that she loves to receive them and now we are able to send even more with ease, thanks to Neveo.  It's going to save us the hassle of uploading and printing our own photos and even a trip to the post office!

    Neveo app review – easily send a family photo newspaper to grandparents each month

    My final thoughts on Neveo

    I am really impressed with Neveo, from the level of customer care to the quality of the booklet.  The app is very easy to use and they sometimes send little reminder notifications so you don’t forget to upload photos to your album.  When the album was printed I received an email and again when it was dispatched so I was kept in the loop the whole time.  They have been very helpful and friendly every time I have contacted them.

    I absolutely love the concept and it’s going to be an amazing way for Ben’s Gran in Germany to see what we are up to each month.  The booklet is a nice quality and just perfect for a little update each month and to bring so much joy for only £9.99 per month.  50 photos is more than generous to include each month and can really give an insight into what we have been doing.  You can choose to pay more, currently £14.99 a month and have up to 100 photos!

    I’m also tempted to order a booklet for ourselves each month.  When Bella was a baby and toddler I was keeping a family scrapbook, but since having Reuben and working full time it’s been impossible to find the time to maintain.  All our photos are now digitally stored or on our iPhones.  It will be a great idea to use Neveo to create a little family newspaper for ourselves each month of the best photos. 

    Special offer – first booklet only 99p

    Neveo app review – easily send a family photo newspaper to grandparents each month

    They currently have a special offer of your first booklet for only 99p if you sign up through my Neveo link.  There is no commitment so you can cancel anytime, but I really hope you will see what a beneficial service it is and continue to print a family journal for your loved ones each month.

    Watch the video to learn more

    Get more of an insight of how much it can mean to grandparents and how it all works in this video:

     

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  3. How to save money at the supermarket with Shopmium

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    I’m a bit late to the party with these cashback apps, but I’m absolutely loving them!  Today I received my first pay out of £2.50 from Shopmium for buying some soup.  The offer was a ‘buy one get one free’, so I had to buy the two soups myself in Tesco, upload my receipt to the Shopmium app and then they sent the cashback directly to my PayPal account!  You can also choose to have it sent to your bank account instead.

    How to save money at the supermarket with Shopmium

    Simply sign up by clicking my referral link here  and enter my referral code 46e3t – there is sometimes a freebie in the app if you do this…  at the time of typing it’s a free Nutella jar for you!

    I hadn’t even checked the app before going to the supermarket, but remembered to check it when I got home and saw that the soup I had already purchased was on the app.  I simply had to take a photo of the receipt and scan the barcode on the product to receive my cashback.

    You could check the app before you go to the supermarket as it will save you money doing it this way round if you buy items that are on offer.  For example, you can choose to buy the on offer items as an alternative to what you normally buy.  So if you are going to buy crisps or soup anyway, as an example, then take a look at the app and see if there are some crisps or soup that have money off and buy these ones instead to save!

    It’s also a great way to try new products by getting them at a discount.

    How to save money at the supermarket with Shopmium cashback app

    Which supermarkets can I save at with Shopmium?

    Shopmium is a cashback app that helps you to save money every day in the supermarket.  They currently have offers in the following supermarkets:

    • Tesco
    • Sainsbury’s
    • Asda
    • Waitrose
    • Morrisons

    How much can I save?

    Every offer is different, but you can save up to 100%!  Some are money off vouchers such as 50p off, some are BOGOF and some are to try a product for free with 100% cashback!

    Is it easy to use?

    Yes!  It’s so simple and easy to use, so if you have a smartphone then definitely download the app and take a look.  As with most apps nowadays it just takes a little clicking around on the different tabs and icons to see what’s what and away you go!

    Will I get paid quickly?

    I am pretty sure you will.  I was paid in less than 48 hours after uploading my receipt.  The money went straight into my PayPal with no fees and it was only for £2.50.  Usually apps like these have a £20 threshold to avoid a fee or even to cash out at all, so this is a real bonus for using Shopmium – no pay out fees and they send you the money pretty much straight away so you don’t even have to cash out yourself.

    I’m looking forward to saving a lot more money with Shopmium and will now check the app for every supermarket trip to see if anything tempts me or whether I can save on my usual shopping list.

     

    How to save money at the supermarket with Shopmium and get referral credit

    Earn £3 in referral credits for referring your friends

    Once you are signed up you will get a special code and link in the app that gives you £3 in referral credits any time you sign a friend up using your link!

     

    Simply sign up by clicking my referral link here  and enter my referral code 46e3t – there is sometimes a freebie in the app if you do this…  at the time of typing it’s a free Nutella jar for you!

     

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    How to save money at the supermarket with Shopmium

  4. How to find a restaurant Christmas menu to suit your budget

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    Christmas is for spending quality time with family and friends, but it’s also a time to stay cosy and warm indoors with some great soul-warming comfort food.   You may have noticed the Christmas decorations and trees popping up in pubs, shopping centres and supermarkets now it is only six weeks until the big day.  This means the eateries are busily promoting their Christmas menus and special festive dishes to tempt your every taste bud!

    If you’re looking to eat out in a restaurant during the festive season and you want to find the best deals all in one place, then I can recommend searching the festive dining deals at Bookatable.  We’ve booked a few tables at local restaurants throughout the year using this website as they share great value set menus and restaurant deals all year round.  There’s also an option to check out vegan dining options only which is very handy for us!  Though most places now offer vegan menus as standard which is amazing.

    How to find a restaurant Christmas menu to suit your budget (1)

    To keep things within budget, you can choose to search for deals under £30.  A quick look and I can find a 3-course festive set menu for under £20 and a 2-course festive menu for under £15.  That’s a bargain!  It will depend on the areas you are searching to what you will find, as there are different deals and restaurants available in different areas.  If you do have some extra cash to splash then you can search for deals over £30 to find a more exclusive setting.

    A great tip is to sign up for the Bookatable newsletter from their homepage and receive deals via email for the county you live in!  This is how we find all the best deals and get tempted by special offers at the restaurants we love.  It’s never worth paying the full price off a menu in a restaurant if you can find a special offer or set menu deal that offers better value.

    Reviewing the vegan festive menu at All Bar One, Cheltenham

    On Sunday Ben and I went to All Bar One to sample their festive menu.  They have a great 3-course set menu available which we booked using the Cheltenham festive dining options on Bookatable or select your closest location to see your local Christmas menu options.  The set menu sounds absolutely delicious, but there was a little bit of a mix up.  I booked our table on Friday, so perhaps at short notice, and unfortunately they would have had to order in our food so we were unable to have the festive menu.  They had only just noticed the menu we wanted to order from the day we were arriving to eat.  As we had already arranged childcare we couldn’t rearrange easily, but they were ever so apologetic and accommodating so we were able to stay for something else.  They actually also have a walk in festive menu available with vegan options so we were able to order from this.  Phew - as I was feeling all festive and really wanted to sample some of their seasonal offerings!

    They have a huge range of vegan options on their main menu too which they proudly showed us.  They all sounded delicious and were tempting, but we had festive vibes going on and so stuck to the walk in festive menu which had The Vegan Festive Burger – aubergine and harissa vegan burger with shredded sprout, coleslaw and BBQ cranberry sauce served with sage and onion fries.  Wow!  It sounded might beasty and also like a sort of burger roast dinner?!  I had no idea if stuffing flavoured chips would be good or even if cranberry sauce mixed with BBQ would work, but I was willing to try.

    We could have swapped the chips for salad, but couldn’t resist trying the sage and onion chips!  We also ordered a side of sweet potato fries to share.  Partly because we were being greedy and partly in-case we didn’t like the burger.

    Reviewing the vegan festive menu at All Bar One, Cheltenham

    The Vegan Festive Burger review

    We needn’t have worried as the burger was INCREDIBLE!  Oh my goodness.  It was so delicious, I have to go back for another. It definitely ranks as one of the best vegan burgers I have had.  Maybe even the best.

    One of the best parts is that it came with a wholemeal seeded bun.  I only choose wholemeal at home, but whenever we eat out this is rarely an option.  Burgers always come in white buns as standard.  I was so impressed to see a wholemeal bun and a good quality seeded version at that.

    The burger was delicious too.  I love crispy vegetable burgers, so this was a hit.  Ben is also enjoying these types of vegetable burger which is fab.  Before he went vegan he would always choose a meat cheeseburger when we ate out – there wasn’t even any point in him ever reading a menu as he’d just choose the burger!  Recently we had a vegan burger that was very meat-like and I assumed he’d love it.  He didn’t enjoy it all.  He said he actually preferred crispy breaded vegetable burgers now.  What a transformation in a year!

    Reviewing vegan festive menu at All Bar One Cheltenham

    I never used to like BBQ sauce, but it’s often on vegan burgers and I’ve recently stopped asking for mine without and I think I’m developing a liking for it.  Perhaps it’s just because it’s so full of sugar and just tastes so sweet to me.  At home I don’t buy anything with sugar added, so my taste buds are perhaps really picking up the sugar flavour!  This burger had BBQ at the top and cranberry at the bottom.  Now let me tell you, I DO love cranberry sauce.  It makes a roast dinner perfect if you ask me.  And yes, I found a no-added-sugar version by a company called Meridian!  The combination of the BBQ and cranberry in this burger was spot on.  It was sweet, but it worked really well and made the burger so tasty!  Usually I’d love mayo and ketchup in a burger.  At home we use Vegenaise or Mayo Rice and tomato puree, so it’s all very savoury tasting, so the cranberry/BBQ mix was the total opposite.  It made it really sweet, but I really enjoyed the flavour combination.

    Stuffing flavour chips as I kept calling them were a hit too.  They definitely had that unmistakable sage and onion flavour that is reminiscent of a roast dinner, but again this worked really well.  I think when we ordered we thought it all sounded very strange for a burger and chips, but of course festive.  Luckily it all worked and we both really enjoyed every bite.  So much so that I do want to go back and have another festive vegan burger before the year is out and they stop serving them!

    Reviewing the vegan festive menu at All Bar One Cheltenham

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  5. A last minute campervan camping trip to Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula, Wales

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    Two weekends ago we went on a spur of the moment camping trip to Rhossili Bay which is part of the Welsh coast on the Gower Peninsula.  It was the first time going there and our second trip to the Gower this year.  Earlier this year Ben and I took the camper van for its first ever camping trip to Oxwich Bay.

    My mum had the kids for the night which had already been planned.  She was having them for 24 hours from 3pm Sat to 3pm Sun.  We didn’t originally plan on going away as it didn’t seem long enough to get very far and after writing my winter bucket list blog post I originally wanted to go tubing to tick it off the list!  So we’d planned on going tubing which is only £11 each at the local dry ski slope in Gloucester – somewhere I’ve never been yet.  But that week I was feeling really stressed!  I was getting serious cabin fever with being at home so much!

    A last minute campervan camping trip to Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula, Wale

    A last minute campervan camping trip to Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula, Wale

    For the first time in almost eight years, Ben managed to take some nice photos of me!

    I work at home and I’m at home nearly all the rest of the time as our kids are just 3 and 6, so in bed early and so on.  My day is often school runs, work at home, then home all evening.  I was starting to feel like I’ve just been at home for weeks on end and not done anything else, so needed to get out of here. School, home, gym.  That’s my life and it’s all local to me and I just need to get out and do more things!

    I said to Ben we should maybe go away for the night instead and expected him to say there wasn’t enough time.  He usually classes any drive over one hour as a holiday and doesn’t usually like driving far at all unless it is for a holiday or specific reason.  So I was shocked when he sent me a map image of Rhossili Bay back and said ‘let’s go’.  It was a 2.5 hour drive and we only had 24 hours!  I thought he was joking, but luckily he was being serious so we started searching for a campsite.

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    A last minute campervan camping trip to Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula, Wale

    Our van is down there in the field!

    We found Hillend Campsite online before we left and it looked perfect.  It was right by the beach and only £16 for a night’s stay as it was October – the last month they are open for the year.  There was also no need to book, just turn up, pitch up and pay when your there.  I loved this flexibility so we didn’t feel tied to go if it was chucking it down with rain!

    Pitching up for us is easy with the van.  We have a Mazda Bongo with pop top roof.  We literally pull up, find a spot and we’re done!  Ha!

    It’s so easy.  We don’t have a converted van as we decided we wanted a larger sleeping area and would just go out for food, buy picnic type food or use Ben’s new camping stove to cook something easy in a pan and we don’t need to take up valuable space in the van for this.  I’d much rather a bigger bed!

    The campsite was ideal.  Super cheap, lots of toilets, hot showers and as it was end of season it was really quiet – perfect!  It was also only a stone’s throw away from the beach. 

    A last minute campervan camping trip to Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula, Wale

    Dinner at Kings Head Inn, Llangennith, Gower

    The setting was great.  It was one mile from a pub called Kings Head Inn which we walked to as soon as we got there.  We arrived at dinner time and are clockwork with our hunger!  I can’t wait too late for food!  They had a delicious vegan chickpea curry so this was perfect.

    We sat outside as the view was lovely.  It wasn’t that warm, but we kept our coats on and the setting was too beautiful not to really.  There was a church opposite and the hills dropped down to the sea.  It was so nice and we really felt like we had got away for a mini holiday!

    The curry was so delicious and huge portions!  I ordered chips on the side as I was starving, but the mains were plenty big enough.

    A last minute campervan camping trip to Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula, Wale

    Rhossili Bay review

    I absolutely love Rhossili Bay.  I felt really emotional when there as it’s the most perfect beach in the UK that I’ve seen so far.  I really want to live by a beach one day and hadn’t seen anything remotely suitable yet, but now I think Rhossili could be a contender.  It is a large sandy beach with pebbles and dunes at the back, as well as gorgeous green hills behind it with plenty of countryside and walks.  The back of the beach is hilly and not built up with residence or for tourism at all.  It still has all its natural beauty.

    At the end of the beach is Worm’s Head.  It’s a tidal island that is accessible at low tide.  It has a really cool natural rock bridge called Devil’s Bridge.  We did walk along the beach for around one hour from the campsite to Worm’s Head in the morning, but we needed to get back home for lunch and to pick up the kids, so didn’t make it all the way across Worm’s Head.  I hope to return one day to see cross over at low tide and walk over Devil’s Bridge.

    A last minute campervan camping trip to Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula, Wale

    It’s a really spectacular place and we sat for a moment at the edge of the low tide crossing part of Worm’s Head to look back over the beach and see the sea all around.  There are lots of rugged rocky cliffs to admire and I enjoy the fresh sea breeze and sound of the gulls.  I could imagine myself living there and walking to that spot with a book on a summer’s day to lie in the sun and read.  Bliss!

    Rather than walk back along the beach, we walked up the hill to the top where there’s a view over the whole peninsula.  I said to Ben there must be something wrong with this place as it’s so ideal – sandy beach ideal for running along in the morning and the kids to play on,  plenty of countryside, not built up, campsites, a couple of pubs and lots of walks… what could be wrong?  It seemed perfect.  On our hour walk back over the hills to the campsite we bumped into some residents and they said it was very calm day.  They told us it’s normally really windy and we’d be battling against the wind to get up that hill and walk across it.  Ah-ha.  It does have a downside, not that I was hoping for one, but it all seemed too perfect a place.  I think we need to go back and see how windy it is!

    A last minute campervan camping trip to Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula, Wels

    Final thoughts

    Even when there Ben questioned why I would not go to the same place twice.  I always say this and it’s because I feel life is short and if I go back somewhere again then that’s a chance of seeing somewhere new that I’ll never get back again.  I want to see and do as much as possible in my life and so I love to explore new places all the time.  That said, I do want to go back to explore the other beaches we didn’t see and to go properly onto Worm’s Head and see Devil’s Bridge.  We also picked up a map for the Gower coastal path so this is something we are both keen to do – walk around the whole Gower over 2-3 days and see everywhere!

    I really enjoyed Rhossili Bay.  It’s a stunning beach with a beautiful natural backdrop, perfect for long walks, beautiful scenery and fresh air.  A true escape from the monotony I was feeling at home!

     A last minute campervan camping trip to Rhossili Bay, Gower Peninsula, Wale

    Here’s some camping we’ve done without the kids before:

    A Kid Free Camping Trip to the Vale of Glamorgan - A weekend in Wales with camping, beaches and castles 
    A Kid Free Weekend: Hot tub glamping and zip wire fun at Chepstow Quarry

    And with the kids:

    Branscombe Airfield and Campsite review and two day Devon travel diary

    A last minute campervan camping trip to Rhossili Bay in the Gower, Wales