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12 Ways to Earn Extra Money This Holiday Season – Side Jobs

As you know, I take on a number of side jobs to earn money and help pad the monthly bottom line. Most of my income from side jobs goes to my Financial Freedom account, which is growing every day – penny by penny, but still growing. Every penny has a purpose. Even when I am not working, I am thinking of ideas that could work into work. Or thinking of workable ways to create income. I’m slightly obsessed. When Bill Spaid is here, I put a lot of chores on the back…

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Do I need it, or do I want it? Wealth wisdom.

Do I need it, or do I want it? It is a good and necessary question to ask before buying anything. I would like to say that each time the answer is “I want it,” I turn away without purchasing it. Most of the time, I do. The bigger picture of financial freedom is more important to me. I have never been one to splurge willy-nilly, mind you. Usually the wants are small ones. But those small wants, for some people, can turn into great big debt monsters. I think…

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Honoring veterans on your road to wealth.

  I can’t let today pass without saying thank you to those who have offered service, and call for peace on all levels. Our lives are beautiful and unpredictable, and we all have been touched by someone who has selflessly put himself or herself on the line to protect others. The best way we can honor them is by practicing peace. Many of our veterans come back after their tours of duty to find a mountain of debt at home. Although the post-9/11 GI Bill was passed in 2008, approximately 40%…

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Comb your hair, say cheese, and invest your money.

  Today was picture day for the kids I care for (job number 2).  Oldest Boy was excited; he kept adjusting his new button-down shirt and checking his hair in the mirror. He chatted about poses and hair gel. Youngest Boy…not so much. He whined about wearing the new, hard to button shirt and the scratchy long pants. He slammed the bathroom door and cried, saying he would not be able to play at recess or participate in gym class. We worked through it. I told him I understood his…

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