How to Make Money From Online Auctions

Make Money From Online Auctions
In this economy, it seems like everyone needs multiple side hustles. If you own valuable material items, or have access to such, you may be able to make money from online auctions. However, nothing in life is ever that easy. You must have quality material to sell, know where to sell it, how to sell, and know how to maximize your profitability potential. Don’t have anything valuable to sell? Well,...

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Posted in: Career, Money, Online Income, Personal Finance

Is Working Overtime Worth It?

  I’m wary of workaholics – I think escapism, not an enhanced work ethic, drives them to endure 40+ hour workweeks.  If you are lucky enough to be working in this economy now, do you work overtime? The typical American works 40 hours a week and makes $48,700 annually. Is Working Overtime Worth It? I am not referring to government employees. They make 1 and ½ times their hourly salary for...

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Posted in: Career, Career and Work, Fitness and Exercise, Health, Money, Online Income, Personal Finance, Philosophy

You Can Live in Barbados for a Year Right Now – Here’s How

Sometimes, the only way to make sense of, or escape, the suffering in one’s life is to become a spectator to it. What does that mean? Well, sometimes you need to focus on the cause of the suffering as much as the suffering to find a solution. For example, the coronavirus pandemic of early 2020 caused a forced unemployment crisis not seen since the Great Depression. We know live in a world with,...

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Posted in: Business, Career, Career and Work, Money, Online Income, Personal Finance, Travel

Why Fear of Missing Out Could Be Dangerous for Your Retirement?

You know, I never yelled, “YOLO,” once when it was a popular phrase. “You only live once,” was a phrase the kids used to say to before verbally inspiring themselves to perform ambitious stunts. It’s a dated phrase and I am struck by how the term spread like wildfire. It reminds today of how middle-aged people use terms like, “lit,” to perhaps feel young or culturally in-the-know. Or...

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Posted in: Career, Career and Work, Family, Health, Money, Personal Finance, Retirement, Saving Money, saving money
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