I’m a mum of two – how I made £7.6,000 in a month with my hustle it didn’t happen overnight but patience pays off

ALL parents know that it is extremely difficult to have young children and to reconcile work.

One parent, Daisy Woods, a busy mother-of-two from Bristol, also known on social media as Muddle Through Mummy, decided to start a side hustle in social media content creation, so she can balance life with young children while providing an income.

Daisy Woods, a busy mum-of-two, has revealed how she made £7.6,000 in a month with her stampede

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Daisy Woods, a busy mum-of-two, has revealed how she made £7.6,000 in a month with her stampedeCredit: TikTok/@muddlethroughmummy
Daisy detailed how much money she made from her content creation business

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Daisy detailed how much money she made from her content creation businessCredit: TikTok/@muddlethroughmummy
She explained that being a TikTok influencer hasn't been easy but perseverance has paid off

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She explained that being a TikTok influencer hasn’t been easy but perseverance has paid offCredit: TikTok/@muddlethroughmummy

Daisy now has 316,300 followers and 29 million likes on TikTok and regularly shares insight into her life as a mother of two boys.

She’s a Certified Positive Parenting Coach who shares a daily dose of content about mommy’s life.

Not only that, but she also talks about maternal mental health and reveals some great advice on how to cut costs – including how to cook meals for less than £1 a head.

Daisy has proven to be hugely popular on the video-sharing platform and it’s safe to say that her hustle has paid off – literally.

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In a recent video, the mother revealed how much money she made with her work creating TikTok content last year.

With her best month bringing in £7,605, it looks like Daisy is breaking her stampede.

She posted the video with the caption “With 16 hours of childcare a week”. Please know that this does NOT happen overnight, but persistence pays off.”

The freelance mother said, “What I’ve gained this year: watch my side shake up as a content creator take over!”.

Before starting her side hustle as a content creator, Daisy worked as a freelance communications specialist for her brother-in-law’s company, Rocket Jack.

But eventually, his side business TikTok began to outpace the costs of his part-time job.

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In January, the mother earned just £130 from what she described as her “normal” part-time job.

By February things were looking up and she had made £1,225, then £1,240 in March.

April was similar and the mum won £1,090.

Until April the mum hadn’t made any money from her TikTok stampede, but in May she started earning – albeit small, but she made £75 as a content creator and £900 with his normal part-time job. .

June was quite similar for the mum, earning £70 as a content creator and £960 with her part-time job.

But by July things had really picked up and while she earned £1,040 in her part-time job, she also earned £790 as a content creator.

August was down slightly and the mother-of-two had earned £840 from her part-time job, but only £280 from content creation.

However, in September things really started to look up, and while the mum had earned £400 from her part-time job, she had earned £2,650 as a content creator.

In October, the mum didn’t earn a penny from her part-time job and instead earned £2,640 from her hustle.

The money she earned as a content creator continued to rise and while she made £200 in November with her part-time job, she earned £4,930 as a content creator.

And to end the year on a high, she earned £7,605 as a content creator in December.

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TikTok users were very impressed with Daisy’s video and she racked up 9,622 likes, 85 comments and 39 shares.

One person said, “Wow, go for it!!”

Another added: “Okay this made me want to work so hard to push social media this year and earn some income from it!” to which Daisy replied “Come on girl!”

A third commented: “You produce relevant and engaging content, with humor and actionable advice. I’m not surprised – you’re awesome! Keep on going!!”

One user asked, “Can I ask, is this content creator income just from tik tok or multiple platforms?” to which Daisy confirmed “Just tiktok, I did an instagram project but it was a very small amount”.

Another asked, “Do you make money from the creator fund or from brand deals?” to which Daisy said “Both”.

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If you’re thinking about starting a career in content creation, Daisy shared her top tip.

She advised, “Pick a niche you are passionate about and post regularly.”

Daisy regularly shares insight into what life is like for her as a mum-of-two

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Daisy regularly shares insight into what life is like for her as a mum-of-twoCredit: TikTok/@muddlethroughmummy
She's a Certified Positive Parenting Coach and Talks About Maternal Mental Health

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She’s a Certified Positive Parenting Coach and Talks About Maternal Mental HealthCredit: TikTok/@muddlethroughmummy

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