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Hashing Adspace and Target Markets. Newsletter-Turned-Blog-Post

Hey Team, I haven't sent out a weekly newsletter for awhile now, largely because my team is shrinking, not growing. I want to welcome a new member to InfinityMailerBoost since the weekend, don't forget to confirm your email address and activate your account to get started. There is a little grey box up top in … Continue reading Hashing Adspace and Target Markets. Newsletter-Turned-Blog-Post

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Feeding Your Skin, Your Hair and Your Health

Another season of foraging is just around the corner.  With only three ingredients remaining in the list of wild plants we wish to sell in our wild-crafted tea blends over at Ashtree Wildcrafting, we are already thinking of how we will continue to bring locally foraged, wildcrafted loose leaf tea to market.  At worst, we … Continue reading Feeding Your Skin, Your Hair and Your Health

Review of Services That Pay You For Your Time – and a new kid on the block

Getting paid for the time I spend online has been a wish of mine for several years now. It is FINALLy a reality! Let me count the ways: 1) InfinityTrafficBoost: This is a traffic exchange that lets you have one website URL, several banner ads and several text ads as a free member. For every … Continue reading Review of Services That Pay You For Your Time – and a new kid on the block

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There’s a New, More Complete Social Network in Beta Out There!

With the growing discomfort people have with Facebook over recent years, I've occasionally kept an eye out for other social networks that might replace it. I've tried a few in the past and they all had problems one way or another. Some had next to no privacy settings. It looked like Facebook but acted like … Continue reading There’s a New, More Complete Social Network in Beta Out There!

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From Frugality and Foraging to Small Business

It's been awhile since writing another blog post here. Physical health has not been good for months first with a damaged foot and then with a broken collarbone. This has strained already tight finances and made it difficult to get out and forage. Even if mobility had been available, the Okanagan got socked in with … Continue reading From Frugality and Foraging to Small Business