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Treasure Hunting

 Before, I’ve written about consignment and how I turn in cans for money. Well here’s to taking it one step further. Grab your metal detector and a few helpers and get down to business. (pictured below–Helper #1 and Helper #2) Today started out just like any other weekend day. Really nothing going on.  I finished one of my weekend projects: Cleaning out my car earlier this morning. (yay me and so proud!) While sitting around watching TV with my youngest sister, I had the  ...

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Everybody’s Workin’ for the Weekend

Weekend’s are pretty much glorified by everyone, and for good reason too. No work and plenty of leisure time. What could be better? For me, this weekend will be spent doing a whole lot of nothing–and I’m not sad about it. Not one bit. I have a few projects that I’d like to get done, but I will mostly be relaxing! Weekend To Do (I told you I loved to make lists–Read more about it here) Clean out my car. My dad recently told me “Why go shopping for new  ...

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It’s a Rich Man’s World

So you have a job (YAY!) and love getting those paychecks…who doesn’t? But you still want extra money to spend guilt-free or save. (Keep in mind, this is for us folks who don’t have a stock portfolio or anything financially fancy) What to do, what to do? You could : a.  Sing about it like ABBA: Money, money, money Always sunny in the rich man’s world All the things I could do If I had a little money, It’s a rich man’s world OR b. FIX IT, DEAL WITH IT and  ...

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To Do

I absolutely love To Do Lists. I think I get this from my dad…he’s made lists for as long as I can remember. The feeling of being able to cross things off the list is one of my favorite. If I don’t have structure, I would lose my mind. Even something as small as a crinkled list keeps me on track. Things To Do Today Consign Clothes. Over Mother’s Day weekend, our dad took us all shopping. When mom gets anything so do I and my two younger sisters. (So much for being  ...

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