Everyone has a story to tell. We all have our own unique talents, experiences, and specialties which we can all use to help others, and bloggers are no different. Even though the subject is the same (personal finance and investing), the wisdom we share and the knowledge we can learn from each other are all unique. I’ve been following several blogs ever since I started writing, and these are some of the ones I enjoy reading. Come on and check them out! You might learn something new.
One popular way of earning money online is through blogging, and the most famous way to monetize it is through a Google AdSense Account which you can use to put ads on your website. Now, I’ve had a few people in forums and through email ask about getting AdSense approval. Let me tell you about my experience and what you might want to try as well.
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New shirt, new shoes, new bag, new stuff… because the last one you bought didn’t even last three months. Buy cheap fake products and they break, so you buy another and the same thing happens. Not only do you waste your money on trashy items, you also harm the environment with the garbage you’re producing. If you want to avoid that hassle and disappointment, then you can learn some of the best ways to save money by buying quality. Stop buying a hundred cheap products and save it all for a few excellent ones. It’s cheaper in the long run, and here are five quick tips to make things cheaper.
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We’ve all asked ourselves “how can I get rich?” and started searching books and articles for answers. Most likely, we found “save a little money every paycheck and invest it” and how investing in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds over time can someday make you wealthy (I teach that in several of my articles as well). The question now however, is that are those the only things you can or should invest on?
To take things further, did most, if not all wealthy people earn their wealth through them alone? Well, one bestselling author and researcher who surveyed and interviewed hundreds of millionaires say they didn’t.
Some time ago I climbed Mount Pinatubo, one of the most famous volcanoes in the Philippines. It was a simple and enjoyable hike along the rivers and the canyons and the crater lake at the end was beautiful. Around the crater near the rest stop is a set of stairs, and it’s rather tiring to climb unless you exercise often. Of course, a lot of us tourists get tired there.
One of the guides, a local who is used to the mountain landscape remarked “Anak mayaman” (rich person’s offspring, or “rich kid”) in a disparaging tone. It’s a common mindset: Rich kids are weak, mean, and spoiled. I mean, that’s how they all are on TV, right?