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How to Save Money on Movies

I love movies. And I find that there are so many I missed over the years. I also love the old classics – Tracy and Hepburn films, old-but-still-good scary movies like The Thing, or the  comedies that never grow old, like Groundhog Day. My sweetheart has a huge collection of movies, so we can watch one of them at no cost. But sometimes it’s nice to be nostalgic and sit in those velvet theater seats, smell the popcorn, and experience the big screen. Here are some ways to save money…

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Goals for 2018? Start with Grateful.

Another new year! But before we leap into 2018, let’s stop, take a deep breath, and be grateful for 2017. I know, I know – lots of craziness happened in 2017. You don’t want to think about it. But here’s the thing. Without 2017, you wouldn’t have 2018. And here we are. Waiting at the edge of something very, very exciting! So before you rip down that old, stained, inked-up 2017 calendar, flip back through its pages and remember the good things that happened. There are always good things. No…

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Manifesting Money 

Make extra money with a part-time job or side hustle.

This post was originally made last year, and my own situation has changed since then. But the information is still solid. The holidays often bring extra bils or responsibilities, and an extra side hustle can bridge the budget gap. Read on: Another side hustle I started another job last week. I signed on to do janitorial work after hours in a nearby company. The job starts right after my childcare position ends in the afternoon, and I arrive back home after 10 pm. My dog isn’t very happy about the…

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Money Management 

6 questions to ask yourself about saving money

Journalists often interview sources or experts by using the six traditional questions – who? what? when? where? how? and why? – as probes to more information. The questions can open up more discussion, uncover new information, or clarify vague or confusing statements. Ask yourself these questions to start saving money and find a path to wealth: Who? When outlining your wealth path, you must consider who is involved. Do you have a partner you want to share with or support? Or do you have dependents, or elderly parents who might…

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Why remodeling has to wait until I’m off the ledge

I have an amazing life. So many exciting adventures have crossed my path (and if you don’t believe me, take some time to read my oldest blog, TrusttheUniverse.com), and I am grateful for all of them. All of them! The business of blogging has forced me to share things I normally keep to myself. But I also know, through my work as an optimism guide and motivational coach, that our stories help others learn as well.     At the big house If you are a regular Cash Crone reader,…

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