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Self-Employment Is Not For Everyone

Over the past year I’ve realized that my readers are divided into two different factions. We have one side that routinely faces financial hardship and is typically living paycheck to paycheck, while the other side is more focused on self-employment and starting their own business. I’ve gathered this knowledge based on comments as well as […]

Protecting Your Family and Community the Charitable Way


America is still the melting pot of the world, but unfortunately, instead of melting together, many groups band together to work against everyone else. American gangs come in many shapes and sizes and include such classifications as prison gangs, motorcycle gangs, and, sadly, youth gangs. For many urban youth, gangs are they only way they […]

How to Reduce Your Moving Costs

We’ve talked before about the different things that you can do to save up for a down payment on a home. Today we’re going to talk about some of the things that you can do to reduce the cost of moving into that home once that home is yours. After all, why pay more than […]

Having a Pet is Hard Work and Costs Some Serious Money!


Admittedly it’s been quite awhile since I had a personal post on here. My day job has been overly hectic, long hours and underappreciated, but aren’t we all?? I feel like I haven’t slept in weeks! Most of that is a result of the long hours I’ve been putting in, but a little part of […]

A Vacation in Long Island, New York – Where the Rich Live and Play

With so many things to do on Long Island, planning a trip is a cinch. Finding the cheapest hotel and flight is just as easy too. Three major airports service Long Island. Staying in Long Island City, New York Long Island is 188 miles long and about 20 miles wide. Close to beaches, golf, shopping, and […]