Spending a few days in Key West can be the perfect antidote for life’s little stresses; here’s how to live the life of a “Conch” for a few days without having to cope with a big credit card bill when you get back to the real world.
Stay Smart to Save on Lodging
Old Town Key West has a collection of lovely but often pricy bed-and-breakfasts and small inns.
If your budget calls for bunking-up rather than a romantic getaway, consider staying at the NYAH resort. Here, the rooms can be conve [...]
Fresh out of school with students loans to pay and no job on the horizon, it would be irresponsible of me to just pick up and travel the world, right?
After I left college, it seemed like all my friends were traveling. My Facebook newsfeed was littered with my friends smiling in front of the Coliseum, relaxing on a beach in Bali and riding mopeds through Paris. I found it to be very obnoxious.
I know it wasn’t their fault, but I knew that if I wanted to travel, I had to find a way to do it wh [...]
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By Holly Reisem Hanna If you’re anything like me, your first experience with the direct sales industry is probably with Avon or Tupperware (both of which are still going strong today). In fact, our Avon Lady would make the rounds once a month, going door-to-door saying, “Avon calling.” My mom would let her in, and […]
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If you’re interested in doing transcription work from home and have a legal background, then legal transcription may be the perfect opportunity for you. Transcription work continues to be one of the most sought-after work from home jobs, especially for those who need flexible work. Unfortunately, since transcription is so popular, the demand for jobs […]
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Mark your calendar, everybody.
Oct. 21 is National Check Your Meds Day, according to Consumer Reports.
Hey, stop rolling your eyes at yet another completely random holiday. This one is definitely more important than Hug Your Cat Day. And that’s coming from someone who really, really loves hugging her cat.
Why You Need to Check Your Medicines
Take a second to count how many prescriptions you pick up each month.
According to a Consumer Reports survey of nearly 2,000 adults, the average American [...]
Most of us want to figure out how to make more money, right? We all envision what we could do with a little extra cash, whether it’s a one-time windfall or a boost to the monthly paycheck.
While a study conducted by the Federal Reserve in 2015 showed men were less likely to earn big raises after age 45 — “If You Aren’t Rich by 45, Give Up” is how Slate put it — we think you can work to increase your income at any age.
Take your financial future into your own hands, hustle like your h [...]
By Holly Reisem Hanna After I graduated from college (I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology), I took two months off to backpack around Europe and figure out what I wanted to do with my life. It was during this time that I decided to go back to school and become a nurse. However, when […]
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Halloween is just days away. Have you picked out a costume for your kids yet?
If not, you don’t have to get sucked into the scary prices at your local Halloween party store. You can put together last-minute costumes using a bunch of things you already have on hand at home.
Here are six suggestions for easy-to-create costumes for multiple age groups — and they don’t come with frightening price tags.
Caleigha Roberts, 19 months, wears a DIY “old person” costume. This H [...]
At 26, Kelsey Buxton was sitting on $22,000 of stagnant credit card debt.
She’d worked as a project manager for a business her then-boyfriend founded. But when the couple split up, Buxton lost her job — and her substantial income.
She’d been paying rent for a nice apartment and made payments toward a nice car. Now, she couldn’t afford to foot these big bills.
Buxton dug into her savings and took her money out of the stock market to make ends meet.
“But it went pretty quick,” she say [...]
My first blogging income report and how you can make money blogging for your financial freedom So this is my first blogging income report after 14 months blogging and. I’m really excited to share what I’ve learned and how I’ve grown my passive income stream to over $2,000 a month. I’ve made money on the […]
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You’ve probably heard of HSN before (formerly called the Home Shopping Network). Heck, you may even be a loyal watcher and shopper of this long-standing channel.
If these three little letters mean nothing to you, that’s okay. Let me give you a little history lesson. It’s kind of an interesting story.
HSN got its start by accident. In 1977 a Clearwater-based radio station accepted electric can openers as payment when one of its advertisers couldn’t pay their bill. The station owner turned [...]
By Ashlee Anderson You love social media. From Instagram to Twitter and Pinterest to Snapchat, you spend a lot of time posting, pinning, tweeting, and snapping to stay connected with friends, family, and followers. You’re not alone. In 2017, a whopping 81% of the U.S. population had at least one social media account to their […]
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Community colleges in California already offer some of the best deals on tuition and the best pay outcomes.
On Friday, Gov. Jerry Brown upped the ante.
Brown signed into law a provision that would make the first year at one of the state’s 114 community schools free, according to a CNN Money report.
That could mean about $1,100 in savings for prospective students, based on the $46 charged per credit and a full 24-credit year of school.
The new law, which expands a similar measure for low-incom [...]
If you’ve been facing anxiety at the pump over the past several weeks, I’ve got a bit of good news for you.
Industry experts say the price of gas is on the decline — and that trend may continue through the end of the year, according to USA Today.
Jeanette Casselano, a spokesperson at AAA, told the publication that it’s not uncommon for gas prices to drop by 10 to 15 cents per gallon in the months leading up to the year’s end.
Talk about the perfect Christmas gift!
According to Gas Bud [...]
What if I told you that there is a way for you to get free money simply by using a smart phone app. Would you believe me or think there must be a catch? Fortunately this is not one of those too good to be true schemes. This is a legitimate way that many smart phone users are taking advantage of as a way to earn extra cash.
How much can you earn, you may ask? It really depends on you and how often you use the app and if you take advantage of the offers. Smartphone apps are not only prac [...]
Take your blog to the next level with a formal structure and an internal linking strategy Most blogger’s content strategy consists of brainstorming a few post ideas maybe a week or two in advance. While writing the posts, they might remember back to a related post and link it in the content. It keeps the […]
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If you’re considering a career as a medical transcriptionist, good for you! It’s a popular option for transcriptionists with experience in health-related fields because it tends to pay more than general transcription and have steady work. But, before you jump into this type of job, there are a lot of things to consider. Medical transcription […]
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