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Make Money Moves; Millennial Side Hustles

A couple of years ago I was really struggling financially and decided to moonlight as a cocktail waitress. At first it seemed great; I was making a ton of money and financially felt ok for the first time in a long time. 612 more words



This journey I’ve been on?  I haven’t been doing a very good job of documenting it.

I haven’t told you everything that’s been going on. 1,675 more words


Will Italy Sink The EU And Boost Gold?

By Arkadiusz Sieron – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

The recent growth acceleration in the EU could distract attention from problems of the common bloc. Fortunately, you can always count on Italy. 947 more words

Foreign Policy

7 Years a Student Loan Debt Slave: $52,785.68 Paid, $32,522.39 Till Pay Off

I was afraid when my student loans were set for repayment on June 1, 2011.  Throughout the years, I’ve researched and made my share of mistakes in my student loan debt journey.   609 more words

Student Loans

Is it Good to Close Credit Cards?

Yes! But also, no! Like everything, it depends on your financial situation.  You may think about closing a credit card that you don’t use anymore, but that could hurt your credit score. 185 more words


Credit Cards: the do's, the don'ts, the wtfs

As Canadians, we inherently have a bitter-sweet relationship when it comes to credit cards. In our opinion, we’d say it’s mostly on the bitter side considering Canadian consumers now owe $1.821 TRILLION AS OF THE FOURTH QUARTER OF 2017!!! 1,347 more words

Personal Finance