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Posts from ‘October, 2008’

Hunkering Down: How to Deal With Little or No Income

I’ve always had an aversion to be completely broke. It terrifies me, the idea of having bills rolling in and no money to pay them with. As a result there are levels of employment that I’d be happy to consider that others wouldn’t. If I had to go flip burgers for awhile to make ends […]

Adsense Earnings: September

Well, as I stated earlier my goal is to build Adsense revenue up to a whopping $400.00 per month, which would lock it in as one of my (hopefully) sources of income. I’ve been hard at work building links, contacting site owners in various niches that I’m also a part of, and working on new […]

We Broke Our Own Debt Clock!

If this wasn’t so depressing I’d probably find it even more funny, but I got a good laugh out of it anyway. We actually broke the above clock used to track our national debt (and your own family’s share of it!) Apparently it couldn’t handle the double digit trillions in debt that we’ve gotten our […]

My Online Marketing Hydra

essay about poverty p align=”center”> Ok, so, if you’re one of my many (hahaha) readers that actually keeps up with what I do and why I do it, I’ve been self employed for awhile now. It’s been a bit of a struggle, but I’ve been earning enough money to keep myself afloat in preparation of […]

Understanding Bankruptcy

As many consumers struggle with tighter lending standards, rising interest rates, and falling home prices, some may end up getting shaken out in a market environment like this. It’s not a pleasant thought, but just like business, some of us out there won’t be able to borrow the money we need to keep our financial […]