• Friday Ramblings

    Friday Round Up-Lots of Chores

    How did your first full week of April turn out? Got everything on your to do list done? If it’s anything like mine, it grows every day. This week I’ve been working on more writing classes and uploaded a new one for Skillshare. It’s a short one about improving your writing in 15 easy tips. Here’s the link if you want to check it out- https://skl.sh/3dEvojx Also, check out last week’s post to find a link to try Skillshare free for 14 days. Angela Wills also has a new class, Service Business Switch, starting soon with a launch price of just $25 and it’s all about switching from a service…

  • FIRE Financial Independence, Retire Early

    Buy Now to Protect Your Purchasing Power?

    Inflation, hyperinflation, deflation which one is going to be? I listen to lots of economic podcasts and the buzzwords are those three words above that all end in tion. No one economist or financial expert agrees which one is going to happen but all of them are in agreement, that it’s time to think about your financial future and if you’ll take a proactive stand against whichever one comes our way. Lots of people have been saying that food prices are going up, others say prices are the same but content is getting smaller. I’ve heard talk about building supplies going up by as much as 150%. Also think about…

  • Friday Ramblings

    Friday Round Up-Hello April

    It’s April. Three months behind us, nine more to go. What are you plans? Set any news goals? The end of one quarter and the beginning of the next is a great time to sit down and go through your list of things you want to achieve whether it’s losing weight or launching a business. Are you thinking about taking a class to learn a new skill maybe? You’ve heard me mention Skillshare many times. I’ve been teaching writing classes there for about four years. And it’s not just writing classes they offer but topics like design, blogging, photography, entrepreneurship, and I could go on and on about all the…

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    Best Buys in April

    It’s April and time to look at some of the best buys for the month- Anything snow and cold, snow blowers, shovels, winter clothing…jackets, boots, scarves. Winter sports items like snowboards. St. Patrick Day items…you can save them from year to year. Easter Items-after Sunday things are going to be discounted. Once again you can save them from year to year. Candy and chocolates can be used during the rest of the year too! Ham can be frozen or made into dishes that can be frozen. Things like split pea soup ready for fall and winter. Eggs will also be on sale. It’s National Car Care Month so all things…

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