You have successfully blogged as a freelancer for an employer for quite some time. While they drive the Bugattis, you drive you parents up the wall by still living at home, afraid to take the next plunge. If this is not you, however, you are someone who sells out at the crafter’s market every week with your unique… Read More »
Last week Mint.com published an interview they did with me! If you’re interested in learning about Stock, Being an Entrepreneur, or finding out about the current economic situation, you can keep reading my interview… “If you’re new to investing, it can be tempting to panic or celebrate over stock market fluctuations or the never-ending pool of so-called experts… Read More »
I ended up on a NewsMax website widget, clicked through to the stories and found out that it was for advertisement. I t then tried to remote load some png image from a third-party site. What was worse: the video instant played, so then I tried to click on the category tags above, only to find that each… Read More »
Currently, I offer five services for existing site owners through Fiverr.com. Check out my profile and order with confidence. #1 Site Archive: Just in Case Back up and store your entire site in a zip archive so that you have a record of your site on your own computer. You can open it and use it as a… Read More »
There are many reasons why your wallet may be feeling the pinch right now, and poor lending choices are one of the culprits. If your credit ratings have been affected by lost jobs, poor income levels or bad credit scores, you may need to spend quite a bit of time, money and personal energy restoring your credit record… Read More »
Warren Buffett is often hailed as an investing hero. Genelawson001 posted that much: The Warren Buffet principles for investing can be incorporated into a normal person’s investment portfolio by simply following the principles adopted by investment mastermind. A normal person can invest like Warren Buffet by adopting the following financial guidelines… (more) I tended to agree with him,… Read More »
I’ve been a small time supporter of Kiva for a while, and recently I’ve been focusing on those entrepreneurs who grow coffee for us or those in the coffee business. But just supported a new borrower who’s growing coffee in Honduras, one of my favorite coffee origins. See the jpeg for more information. Take a look for yourself.
I was starting to think of constructive ways I could develop this site a few days ago, when I was going through the archives. A few years ago, when this site started, there was a lot of interest in personal finance blogging. Some of those sites are still around, and doing well; others have fallen by the wayside.… Read More »