Tuesday, 20 August 2013


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A Blog all about getting more income main focus and reducing and eliminating bad debt

Ideas and products to assist you with simple effective ways to increase your income and reduce your debts, and get your mind right. 

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Click on the link above just 15 minutes reading a decent  self help book each day could propell your thinking to your next opportunity.

Try this for Fun The Midas  method Book by Stuart Goldsmith you should be able to pick up a copy for under  £3
 i will write my own Midas Method  story on it shortly using it right now.

The blog has many posts ideas  about income increase and debt reduction

Includes the story of how starting  by  picking up pennies is now picking  up £5 and £10 notes.

Starting with the coins in the street post.

And before you worry there is plenty for me. You dont all live near me and we have an abundant universe so there is enough for all.

Of course my usual stories from the high street and pictures of my latest finds and wacky ideas that just work thrown in too.

Then go and look for my life changing product for you on the same blog site

making money from the kitchen Rubbish Bin

Keep your day job do this at weekends when you are out with the kids or playing or watching a film and make £200 -£300 a month on top of your earnings its really not that difficult

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Its all comes down to  Belief.

Its all about simple belief. It  starts and finishes there. Plus you have to do something.

Here is a simple  idea for all those who are struggling with debt.

Now firstly consider what you believe and what your beliefs are based on?
Do you believe in God or dont you?  .

What do you believe you believe in something although you call it nothing?

I fundamentally believe in God and therefore accept the principle of the Universe delivers what you want or ask for because God is the Universe and God is Good.

  • So start by asking yourself what do you believe and Why?
  • Where do your Beliefs come from and why?
  • Are those beliefs limiting you ?

So therefore I am an optimist in life and believe that our thoughts can help us solve our problems but sometimes we limit God and the Universe to our limited or small thinking selves. I know i am guilty have done it myself so  all this writing recounting my stories stops me doing that helps to propell me.

But keeping to the subject of idea of  The Secret by Rhonda Byrne based upon the law of attraction we can attract what we think about and dwell on.

Best in the Box What a find

 Part of the eight cars purchased for £35 late on a Saturday Afternoon.

So looking for ideas to write about on the theme of earning additional income its no real  surprise late one Saturday afternoon on my way back from the swimming pool and doing a quick pop into a local Charity shop i should find the Dinky toys including the Cooper Bristol above  all on sale for £35. Of course i didnt have £35 on me so i asked for them to be put aside and came back Monday to pay for them with some of the profits from my last boot sale of course Other Peoples Money         That is

Once purchased I packed and send them up North  to a Toy Auction lined up in September at not £35  I  am afraid but £60 to £80 estimate. Now God bless my luck and good fortune it could be they go for over £100 i must do the thinking and the praying now the Universe will deliver my profit, now the work and the thinking has been done.

Its as simple as that, its small its simple but in the bigger picture it all adds up.

Its today September 14th 2013

 Oh No I have just had notification my item above fetched £75 in Auction.

 Is it a disappointment or is it success?

Well you decide?

I paid £35 for an item in a charity shop on my Saturday afternoon.
I came back with the item on the Monday as I didn't have the money on me.
I hit the internet emailed my local auction house £30 to £50 estimate.
Then I thought for a minute find a specialist.
Found a specialist toy auction House on the internet.
Then I went to the bin and packed my item to post from rubbish broken cereal box £4.10 to post  it arrived at auction house
So in all come on at least half an hours work now in total to deliver the item packed to the auction house, source Internet pick up item and pay for it.

My profit probably just over £20 after auction costs, was it hard what do you think?

What for half an hours work, work is that doing something you enjoy and are interested in ?

Well then that's £40 an hour for doing next to nothing but when you to do it the half hour,
 I mean. You actually love. Love it have  a passion for it.

So for me I will keep doing it...

Answer for me its a success yes I will. When will the next opportunity arise?
 I don't know yet but I will keep looking because it will...

 Profit is  just the icing on the cake.
 Reward for faith


Save the Pennies and the Pounds do look after themselves
Read my blog post in Dorking old things about picking up coins in the street.
Read my Post in this blog  i actually pick up £5 and £10 notes using this principle and others.

Tuesday, 13 August 2013

A Bunch of Dinky Race Car Classics


Cooper Bristol 23G Dinky Die Cast Classic

To good for the Mini scrap yard. This specimen is one 8 Classic I have just acquired from a local charity shop. It probably the one is best condition slight indentation to drivers shoulder the green body paintwork is in superb condition as are all the tyres and parts. A big number 6 is visible from the back its just stands out from the rest.

Okay so now for the rest.

Here is a collective shot and few of the best of the bunch

Race time from days gone past. Two Dinky 23 N NO 9 Masserati  with White streak on Bonnet.

1960s Race Classics

This whole collection is for sale offers of £95 ono would be considered.

Individual Purchases would be accepted

Paul Stacey
Tel 07710-854040 Mobile

Monday, 5 August 2013

How the cyclists saw the Surrey Hills Today.

Today  Cyclists and  Armchair Spectators  witnessed the  Beauty,  Splendour and History  in the Surrey Hills.

Like most people this morning , who hadn't the energy or planned and trained i decided not to undertake the 100 mile London to Surrey Hills Cycle race. As a local resident in Westcott I  sympathise with those upset by road closures from Central London to the villages and towns in the Surrey Hills. Despite all of that i was gripped by the coverage of the Prudential London to Surrey cycle race event schedule for over 5 hours on BBC1 then on the Red Button switchover as they came to my home patch Westcott. The routes I know so well, have cycled and driven and walked,  especially the winding narrow leafy lanes in the Surrey Hills, where the trees cover the roads in summer in permanent shade. From Ripley through West Horsley the climb to the first ascent  on Newlands corner, staggering views,the Countryside the villages past through on the climb to Leith Hill. As a keen amateur cyclist living in the Surrey Hills i caught the cycling bug some years ago and yes thanks to Boris Johnson's encouragement to get on our Bikes i have to say i welcome it.Even welcome being inconvenienced by the road closures for such a spectacular and gripping event it was fabulous to watch on TV and then to run up the road and greet the cyclist hurtling through my village en route to Dorking for the Boxhill ascent.

The inconvenience of not being able to drive your car out of the village to the shops or nearby Dorking is more than made up with the incredible visual shots of the Men's Elite cyclists hammering the up and down hills past so much history mentioned by the commentator's, like the old Clock and  Bell in Abinger Hammer with a  model blacksmiths hammer striking the clock overhanging the main road with a picturesque scene of a Surrey village you couldn't do justice to in the best  picture book. In the same village the local Tilling brook stream, where the kids fish with their nets on a boiling hot Summers day, while their parents crack open a bottle of wine and enjoy a picnic yards from the main A25 , to the old English teas rooms in churches and villages alike make this a place to be. If you live in London and want to see some history and show your kids the green leafy Countryside then you have come to the right place, better to come by bike you will miss so much by train and car, besides we haven't the room the roads are full of cyclists on any given day now. Its become the Country's cycling centre and for locals shops and Business its getting to be a tourists haven.

Of course the helicopter shots captured the lifestyle for the ultra wealthy here not me, the fluorescent blue swimming pools below and the green grassed tennis courts, but for me the cyclists going up the narrow leafy lanes on the ascent to Leith Hill steeper than Boxhill i might add. So steep it winds you completely to cycle up to but to do it three times and then climb Boxhill and race to London well you need to be an Alpine Climber on a bike, i take my hat of to them. I witnessed first hand the speed they past me in Westcott Village after such an endurance at Leith Hill.

The History they past as well as the beauty here is staggering. Tudor Medieval Roman Bronze age we have it all and in abundance. The area is frequently crammed full of weekend cyclists as since the Olympics we even have an image of the cycles on a roundabout near the foot of Boxill . Better i might add than the Dorking Cockerel which is frequently disguised or dressed up by the nearest party revellers

Take a look at my offering to the Day the atmosphere the wait  and brief glimpse of the Mens Elite descending Coast Hill into Westcott Village Police  sirens wailing, helicopter nosily hovering overhead and the sound of a neighbour doing their hoovering to add to the noise.

Thank you Boris don't mind if its an annual event i will get on my bike.

See the Cyclists coming through Westcott on this u tube link

London to Surrey Mens Elite Entering Westcott