Fight The Forces of Evil -How To Retire From Working
I have been on both sides of the sidewalk “good and bad”. I know what it is like to make sacrifices, just like you. I have felt "down in the gutter" but I knew that something better had to be coming “even though I could not see it”. I am taking steps…
I have been on both sides of the sidewalk “good and bad”. I know what it is like to make sacrifices, just like you. I have felt "down in the gutter" but I knew that something better had to be coming “even though I could not see it”. I am taking steps to ensure that never happens again to my family. I can’t really ensure anything “you know that right?” but I am doing my very best to see down the road and plan for tomorrow ~ sounds like the story of the ant and the grasshopper, doesn’t it?
I don’t know what the future holds but I want to be prepared.
I still have my regular job that pays me well and gives me a retirement when I am no longer able to work or don’t want to work. It's a great benefit. I see the changes coming and some already have affected me. We I was hired I was promised a retirement in return for giving many years of my life to my employer. It was always a benefit; but a few years ago a change was made causing me to start contributing to my own retirement at the rate of 3%. I know many of you are saying “stop complaining, I don’t even get a retirement” and for those of you reading this, I am not complaining – merely stating a fact of how life has changed over the years. This was something that I I relied upon. This was something I thought was etched in stone and could never change….well it did.
My contribution to the world is making the changes in me that I want to see in the world, one day.
The only person looking out for me, is me. I have seen the writing on the wall and have set in motion something better for me. I am willing to do what it takes to build wealth the old fashioned way, by earning it. I started training myself internet marketing so I may provide my family with another form of income.
Lets work together!
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What can 25 dollars get you? Let me list 25 things that 25 dollars will get you. You decide which of them is useful and which are not.
1. 15 cups of coffee at Starbucks
2. A gift card for $25 to anywhere.
3. 5 charms from Origami Owl
4. A bunch of low budget food off the value menu at a McDonalds
5. 2 small steaks at Publix
6. 4 chicken nugget children’s meals at Sam Sneads Restaurant
7. A pair of shoes at Payless Shoe Source
8. 3 bottles of OPI nail polish
9. A pedicure at the nail spa
10. 5 loaves of bread
11. A string of Christmas lights at Lowes
12. 2 rolls of wrapping paper from the school fundraiser
13. 7 gallons of regular grade gas in Palm Beach County
14. 2 sheets of family portraits
15. 7 games of bowling
16. 1 I-savings bond
17. 2 EE savings bonds
18. 1 Jane Iredale Lipstick
19. A large pizza from an Italian Restaurant
20. A long sleeved men’s dress shirt at TJ Maxx
21. 2 eyebrow waxes at European Wax Centers
22. A family meal at Boston Market
23. 2 Hallmark Christmas Ornaments
24. A magazine subscription
25. A viral blogging system
Above, as promised, are twenty-five things I listed that you can get for $25. Some of them valuable and some not so much. To get the most bang for your buck #25 is your only option. This viral blogging system offers you an opportunity to make your money back and connect with those around you too. It is something you can continue to use, whereas the others items are only valuable at the time of purchase or for one-time use. The viral blogging system includes all the following too; domain mapping, instant media integration, re-blogging opportunities, multiple blogs for you or your friends and family to use, tools, mobility, instant media uploads, updates and notifications, audio trainings, profile and comment system, tons of high quality training from others using the system, access to a community, and optional programs.
I love a good bargain and always check for coupons when making a purchase. I want to get the best deal possible and spend the least amount of money to get it. I can tell you from my many years of shopping that nothing else will give you as much value for $25.
My son has one of my multiple blogs so he can create stories for school. He is currently in 4th grade where there is an emphasis on writing.