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Let me paint you a little picture … no seriously, give me some money, and I will paint a picture of whatever you want. It’s hard to sell art as a side hustle, sometimes you have to beg for sales.  Selling Art as a Side Hustle If you’re selling art to pay to learn how to create art in the first place, then that’s basically your business plan and sales pitch rolled into one bloody […]

Things to Be Thankful For | brokeGIRLrich What. A. Year. I was telling a friend recently that whenever I wind up at my parents house between tours, it always feels like time is frozen. This is kind of delightful for two to three weeks, and tolerable for a month or two with visits to friends and other family crammed in there too. Currently, the time is frozen feeling is so very, very weird and I’m […]

In 2013 I bought 25 x shares of Tesla. I got really excited, because the stock prices rose immediately. I picked a winner! So, a few weeks later I sold those 25 shares and made $900 profit! Woohoo! Then, I went to all my friends and bragged that I was an awesome investor… But today, Read more about I am an idiot #3 🙋‍♂️[…] The post I am an idiot #3 🙋‍♂️ appeared first on 5am Joel.

As an investor, you’ll come across numerous terms and strategies over the course of your lifetime. However, to be successful in your investing and make more informed decisions you’ll need to understand the difference between bullish and bearish markets. If you read any stock market statistics or stock market websites, bull and bear markets are […] The post Bullish Vs. Bearish: Your Guide to Bull And Bear Markets appeared first on Invested Wallet.

When someone asks you to cosign on a loan the answer should always be no. Learn what you can do instead when someone asks for help. First, Do No Harm One of the things that will inevitably happen when you get your life in order is that people around you will notice. And, at some point, they may ask you for help. If you have a charitable personality, I fully encourage helping those around you. […]

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Since we won’t be traveling for the next couple of years, we have decided to spend our time, energy, and dollars in another way… Recently we joined the American Club Taipei – a country club style organization dedicated to “camaraderie, sports, entertainment, relaxation and a range of high quality dining options.” So far, so good. American Club Taipei Nestled between the historic Grand Hotel and the Keelung River, the American Club Taipei is a large […]

Reading Time: 2 Minutes Hey! Clear the way in the old bazaar Hey you! Let us through! It’s a brand new star! Oh come, be the first on your block to meet his eye! Make way! Here he comes! Ring bells! Bang the drums! You’re gonna love this guy! Which guy? Well… Mr Bitcoin of course! I know, I know. I’ve posted about Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies before (read here, here, here and so much more). […]

What are the Best Virtual Assistant Jobs from home with no experience needed? Finding work from home jobs when you don’t have experience can be a difficult task. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible! Becoming a virtual assistant is a great way to start working from home, whether you have experience in the field or […] The post The Best Virtual Assistant Jobs from Home No Experience Needed appeared first on Mom Money Map.

Coronavirus has affected many livelihoods this year. In fact, it’s estimated that four out of five jobs have been affected by the pandemic worldwide. But even if you haven’t been directly affected, we probably all know someone who has directly bore the brunt of the virus. And with another lockdown looming, it seems the economy might be taking another hit. As a result of all these events, many people are frantically searching for income opportunities. […]

I have been hearing a lot of excuses lately and it downright frustrates me. With mass unemployment and this rotten pandemic, I think people are starting to give up. I see it in my email. I hear it from my friends and neighbors. They’d rather collect gifts from the government or spend on luxury than face the fact that times will change for the better. It already is getting better. Teddy Roosevelt once had this […]

There are many investing apps to choose from to build your portfolio. Each online broker has its unique features that appeal to a specific investment strategy. Nvstr (pronounced as “investor”) is an investing app that provides a different experience for researching stocks. You can get investing ideas from professional investors without paying a pricey management fee. Similar to robo-advisors, Nvstr recommends a model portfolio – with individual stocks and ETFs. Sound good so far? This […]

THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS BACK! It’s just around the corner and you can feel it in the air. The anticipation is building and I’m definitely looking forward to some holiday cheer. Each year as family and friends gather to celebrate the magic of the season, gifts are a focal point of delight. However, for many gift-givers, finding the perfect present for the special people in their lives can create a lot of stress. In addition, […]

In a tough year, it’s been a particularly rough last two months for us. After spending half of this year agonizing over if/how/when/where we were going to move out of our 600 sq ft basement, we finally moved, and that process ate up a good two to three months of our lives. We were finally starting to settle into our house and I was going to finally have the bandwidth to start writing posts again. […]