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Justin Weinger

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So Over This
Early Retirement
Retirement, Financial Independence, Make Money, Budgeting
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Novi, Michigan, United States
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DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
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No matter if you are applying for a mortgage, leasing a car, getting a credit card, or even car insurance, credit score is the first thing that companies will factor in their decision for your approval or denial.  Sure, income is important, but credit score is really our first impression that basically sums up our history as borrower in a number, and the higher the credit score, the better access ...
Posted: Sep 19 2017 @ 11:01 PM
Sleep is extremely important to our well-being, in more ways than one. A great night’s sleep helps prepare our brains to be its best when we are awake. Your body repairs any daily stress to your internal organs and cardiovascular system, your hormones rebalance, and you are more alert to take on your day. This is just a sample of the health benefits we acquire when we sleep well. What if ...
Posted: Sep 11 2017 @ 6:41 PM
You don’t have to be shopping in a high-end store in order to be paying top dollar for products you are in the market to purchase.  Sure, we can save plenty of money by buying generic brands instead, where most are of equal or good enough quality, but it’s really the items that we buy every day that can really get us as consumers to spend more than we should.  ...
Posted: Sep 06 2017 @ 10:06 PM
Welcome back to another monthly income report on So Over This! This is my usual foray into my revenue and net earnings that I illustrate and publish for you all of you voyeurs each month. The best earnings are the kind that you make from the comfort of your own home! If you  want to replicate the earnings you see, or some form of them, check out my quick and ...
Posted: Aug 31 2017 @ 11:04 PM
We love our fluffy family members. That’s why we spoil them with plenty of snuggles and treats. But sometimes we spoil our dogs a little too much, which can lead to behavioral problems. One of the reasons we do this, myself included, is we sometimes feel guilty for going to work and leaving our pups home alone. But this shouldn’t mean we let them get away with certain behaviors. Here are ...
Posted: Aug 28 2017 @ 10:21 AM
It seems like almost everyone has the “next big idea” — the product or service that will revolutionize the world and help them make a pretty penny in the process. Unfortunately, if your big idea requires the manufacturing of a new, complex object, getting your idea transformed from a few simple drawings into an actual marketable product can seem nearly impossible. Incredibly enough, though, with the rise of 3D scanning and ...
Posted: Aug 27 2017 @ 8:57 PM
There are certain parts of your childhood that bring you such joy that later on in life, you may want to try to recreate it. While you can’t throw on your old Underoos and run around your house like you used to when you were five years old, you can start a toy collection to match the toys you had when you were a child. One of the main toys we ...
Posted: Aug 26 2017 @ 8:55 PM
Whether you are manufacturing your own product or are mass producing products for other companies, costs can quickly get out of hand. There are so many factors that go into manufacturing that it can be difficult to make money. Producing the product is just one cost, but there are many other parts of manufacturing that can bring your profits down to nothing. Below are some ways to save serious money ...
Posted: Aug 26 2017 @ 8:53 PM
Too many people purchase large ticket items without any worry about how to protect them. From smartphones to cars, expensive possessions need protection now more than ever. It is financially irresponsible to skip insurance plans, protective gear, and security measures on your most prized belongings. Doing so could result in hundreds of dollars or more lost, all due to carelessness. Devices Break Easily Smartphones nowadays cost hundreds of dollars. You could be ...
Posted: Aug 26 2017 @ 6:11 PM
Buying your first home can be very expensive and you need to do everything that you can to save money wherever you possibly can. When you are saving for the down payment to put down on the home, consider saving money by taking a break from eating out, only buying essential items, and tracking where your money is spent. Once you have saved up enough money to buy your home, ...
Posted: Aug 10 2017 @ 9:08 PM


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