Three Signs You Should Hire a Personal Virtual Assistant

I used to belong to the school of thought that believed personal assistants were only hired by rich business people. Mainly because I figured they were the only type of person who could afford to pay a full-time assistant’s salary. My perspective started to change when I discovered virtual assistants and how cheap hiring one can be. A virtual assistant can cost just $4 per hour. The idea that...

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How to get a PS4 Bundle Cheap

Christmas season is coming and so are next-gen game consoles.  Here’s how you can get a PS4 bundle including Killzone: Shadowfall & 1Year of PlayStation Plus for just over $400 (retail should be $510+ taxes) by using $25 pay pal credit, $25 new customer credit from shop.ca and 20% back from ebates. Photo Credit: Via Flickr Steps: Cash-back/Rebate Accounts: 1. Sign up for shop.ca using...

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Doing the little things to save money

I used to scoff at people who claimed that they didn’t have time to do the little things to save money.  No time?  Don’t be ridiculous – I am a multitasker!  I wash Ziploc bags and search for the best deals on produce and ALWAYS take my lunch to work.  Then I got a job that actually meant something to me… and all my good intentions went down the drain. When things get complicated,...

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Being a good Craigslist buyer

Recently, I’ve been helping a friend get rid of some stuff on Craigslist.  I’ve always been pretty good at selling things on Craigslist and for the most part, it’s easy.  Listing is free, browsing is free, and Craigslist takes care of anonymizing your email for you.  I like it better than eBay because it’s local and you don’t have to bother with shipping.  But at some point,...

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