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Critical Financial
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A Financial Survival Guide to America in the 21st Century.
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2012

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Portland, Oregon, United States
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Doing freelance work online is going to be great for a free-spirited professional like you. It will set you free from having to travel or commute to work everyday. It even makes it totally unnecessary for you to dress up.  Heck, you can even work while in your pyjamas if that’s what you prefer! However, the freelance work-at-home setup is not perfect. It also has its own share of disadvantages. Fortunately, ...
Posted: May 08 2019 @ 2:34 AM
Sometimes, we need to save money in a pinch. Perhaps there’s something we really want to do like attend Martha’s bachelorette party in Vegas this September, something we want to get like that cute Kate Spade bag that’s being retired after this year, or something we need to unexpectedly replace like the iPad I broke last week (seriously, I did, and cried…). There are times in our life where we ...
Posted: Mar 27 2019 @ 8:20 PM
Looking for a way to make a little extra cash? If you have a tad bit of time to spare and want to exchange it for some cash, then here are some great ways you can make $100 a day. Drive Your Car You can definitely make $100 a day by simply driving around. You can transport people from A-to-B with a ride share service like Uber or Lyft. Or you can ...
Posted: Mar 25 2019 @ 10:47 PM
Honestly, how often have you had one of those moments where you though I deserve this as you were standing in front of a highly over-priced bag eyeing it because you needed a little pick me up? I am all to familiar with that feeling, it’s the main reason why I have a whole shelf full of books with pretty covers that I’ve never read. It’s easy to use “retail ...
Posted: Mar 20 2019 @ 11:31 PM
Every once in a while you get a pleasant surprise when you realize you have a tad bit of extra money in your bank account. But before you head out to spend this on your next treat yourself item, there are a few things you should consider doing first! Pay Off Debt If you have any debt hanging around, you should definitely use your extra money to pay it off. Especially if ...
Posted: Mar 16 2019 @ 12:30 AM
You don’t necessarily have to make more money to spend less and save more. Spending less starts with changing your overall money spending habits. There are a few small habits that you can start working on now that will help you spend less in the future. Think Before You Buy It’s really easy to see something and need to have it. Just like that you suddenly absolutely must have a brand new, ...
Posted: Mar 13 2019 @ 7:49 PM
I can tell you all about how expensive it is to go to college today, and I will because that’s the point of this blog post. But the bottom line is college is expensive, so when it comes down to it — is it worth it? How Expensive Is College, Really? Relatively speaking, I’m pretty well-educated. I went to college right after high school and got myself a Bachelors of Communication in ...
Posted: Mar 06 2019 @ 8:44 PM
We talk a lot about budgeting, but the truth is traditional budgets don’t work for everyone. They can be challenging to keep up and maintain, feel stifling and frustrate you more than they make you feel financially secure. Yes, budgets are not for everyone. So let’s talk about an alternative budget. Laying the Foundation for an Alternative Budget Essentially, the alternative budget that I’m referring to is a budget — just managed ...
Posted: Feb 27 2019 @ 11:01 PM
Before you get really excited, these are not get-rich-quick schemes. If I’m being 100 percent honest with you, I have yet to find one that actually works. Most money is earned the good ol’ fashioned way using hard work (or even just work) and time. That said, I did take a look into a few ways that you could potentially make $10,000. Sell Your Old Stuff Selling stuff is not only a ...
Posted: Feb 22 2019 @ 9:28 PM
Swipe it, tap it, Apple it — do we even know what cash looks like? I honestly can’t remember the last time I pulled out a good ol’ fashioned $20 bill to pay for something. Usually, I just tap my card and go along my merry way. But, what are the problems with moving to a cashless society? Overspending Overspending is probably the numero uno of the problems with moving to a ...
Posted: Feb 20 2019 @ 10:45 PM

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