Lifetree World – Make money from your weekly shop


Whether you use an online delivery service, or just have a weekly trip to the supermarket, one thing is certain, we all shop for our food groceries and provisions. But what if I told you that a company formed in February 2015 is offering you a way to make money through doing your weekly shop, and that, moreover, you could develop this further if you wish and make even more money whilst working from home? I’m guessing you would want to hear a little more about this.

Lifetree-World is the company in question. Formed in February 2015, this start-up now has 8,000 customers in the United Kingdom and will be looking at expanding into Europe in 2016. It has a main distrubution centre in Manchester, and two more centres in Birmingham and London, with more planned with the companies growth.  Lifetree-World is a network marketing company that could just be about to revolutionise the way we do our shopping.

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So how does it work?

Lifetree-World, quite simply, pays you to do your weekly shop. To start you pay a membership fee of £35 which is for the year. Then you get your own online website which is stocked and updated by Lifetree-World with pretty much every well known brand of food and beverage that you would find in your current supermarket. Items are competitively priced and each also has a points value, which is an indication of the profit made on each item. You then simply shop from your website. Once you have reached 35 points, you then start to make money on your shop, gaining 2% on each purchase. Simply by doing your regular shop each week you can start to earn a nice little income, this is called personal purchase points.

But it doesn’t stop there.

As the company continues to grow, you can also earn residual income from new customers and sellers. You are allocated two new sellers to make up your network, and you can gain as they are earning. In addition, you can also get team building bonuses if you introduce people to Lifetree-World. The only thing you need to remember is to stay active with your shopping.

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With a huge range of products that is growing every day, 1700 and counting at the present time, and with supermarket brands like Coca Cola, Heinz and Cadburys all available, there is no reason why you shouldn’t start to earn some money from your weekly family shop. In addition, you can also purchase gift ideas for Christmas with fragrances, hampers and fashion jewellery also available.

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5 Ways to Help Save Money for Life

Have you ever wondered what you would do if an emergency cropped up? Life is full of uncertainty and there are a wide range of things that can go wrong. If you aren’t financially prepared, it could make the situation a lot worse. Despite the fact it could really help, the majority of Americans never save for an emergency fund. If you’d like to make sure you’re financially prepared, below you’ll discover 5 of the best ways to help save money for life’s little accidents.

  1. Creating a plan

The first thing that you really have to do before you start saving is to create a plan. This should include how much you will need in case of an emergency and how much you can currently afford to save each month. Bankrate has a great explanation of how much you should save. According to the site, it is a good idea to save between four to seven months’ worth of your income. This may sound like a lot but remember – you may end up facing more than one emergency. Whether it be vets bills, home repairs or redundancy; there are many things that can require emergency savings and these things have a nasty habit of happening in tandem.

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  1. Set up automatic payments

The best way to make sure you save is to set up regular automatic monthly payments into your savings account. Ideally you should set the date for the money to come out as the same day that you get paid. That way, you won’t have chance to miss it when working out your month’s income.

  1. Consider freelance work

It’s all well and good saving money when you have it, but what if you don’t have enough money to save? A good way to earn extra cash to put into savings is to pick up freelance assignment. The internet has provided great opportunities for creative individuals to freelance their skills. It could be photography, web design or even writing. All of these skills can earn you extra cash in your spare time. Channel every cent you earn into a savings account and it’ll soon mount up.

  1. Play and win

Gamblers with a flair for winning should see this knack as an opportunity. If you’re a member of an online bingo site or casino, you could turn your hobby into a source of potential income for your savings account. There are even things you can learn to increase your chances of winning. However, always bet responsibly, set and stick to limits and siphon off your winnings into a savings account before you get chance to spend them again.

  1. Keep track of your progress

As with any goal in life, it helps if you keep track of what you’re saving. As featured by Money Facts, it will help to keep you motivated and give you peace of mind that you will be prepared if anything does go wrong.

Overall it can be difficult trying to save money and it’s always tough to remember to fix the roof while the sun is shining. Making sure you have available funds if anything does go wrong can give you great peace of mind and ensure you resolve the problem quickly.