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My Favorite Credit Card Rewards (How We Made an Extra $2K This Year)

Learn how we use cash back and travel rewards to make an extra $2,000+ every year!

11 Best Books on Flipping Houses – Make Money with Real Estate

Flipping houses requires a lot of knowledge and research. You can’t just do it because you saw people doing it on HGTV. Start off on the right foot by reading these books…

How We Evaluate Expensive Purchases: Why We Bought A Generator

I reached the limit of my desire to re-enact Little House On The Prairie every time our power goes out. So, we bought a generator. Today I’ll discuss why, what type of generator we got, how to assess a range of price points for the same product, and perhaps most importantly, why we waited four years to make this purchase.
The 1870’s: Not For Me
I’ve tried living a la the 1870’s and, I’ll be honest, it’s not for me. I can get behind the dresses and bonnets, not to mention the quilts, but that’s where my interest stops. Modern conveniences were invented for a reason.
The biggest issue for us–here on our rural Vermont homestead–is that when the power goes out, we have no running water. I can live without electricity for a week. Candles and flashlights are fine, we cook with gas, we heat with a wood stove, and perishable foods can go in coolers outside in snow banks.
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Capital One Venture Card Review: Is It the Right Card for You?

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The Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card is an excellent choice for earning flexible travel rewards. Learn about its pros and cons in our review.
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Her First 100K with Tori Dunlap

Her First 100K with Tori Dunlap Over the last eight years of helping people get financially healthy, I’ve found that people with clearly defined goals that are personally meaningful have the highest probability of achieving success, and not only achieving their goals but typically much sooner than they expect. That’s why I’m excited to have […]
 
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Cancel Culture: Why Credit Card Issuers Close Inactive Accounts And Why You Should Care

Keeping your oldest credit accounts open is great for your credit score. Here’s how to avoid old accounts you don’t use from getting shut down.

How to NOT Go Broke as an Entrepreneur!

One of the things I’ve seen in the past two decades of being in business is that just because you’re working for …

How to Monetize Your Blogging

Now if you’ve never made money online before, monetizing your blog is basically the Holy Grail of online business right now. It’s …

How to Make Instagram Stories Work for You and Your Brand!

The above video is an excerpt from a monthly mastermind call inside the Youpreneur – my member community focused on helping you become …

How to Sell Without Being Salesy

Let’s talk about sales, baby. It’s a word that so many marketers hate these days, but it’s because we  don’t really know …