Because of everything I've been doing in my off-time with Bitcoin, I haven't written much about the other business venture I began in June known as SFI/Tripleclicks. I now have 22 inactive referrals on my team there, but they get a weekly newsletter from me anyway. SFI is a company constantly staying in a state … Continue reading News from the SFI Front! TripleClicks, Rewardicals, and Bitcoin
As I prepare to type tonight, I am busy in InfinityTrafficBoost doing my 100 site surf routine for the day. The rest of what I am about to type about today however, begins with the earnings that Faucet Ally has netted me since March of 2017. It is my goal to get ITB doing the … Continue reading End-to-End System for Earning, Saving, Growing, Spending BTC!
It isn't quite how I envisioned it. . . I'd dreamed of taking out my cellphone and opening the camera. I saw myself change the settings to video and then hand it off to my daughter as I prepped to open the envelope. My dream had me talking on camera excitedly about the trip to … Continue reading When the Digital Intersects with the Offline World
From food to clothes to summer electrolyte boosting, today's blog post is a little bit of everything. First up, foraging this summer continues to show just how badly the wet and windy Okanagan spring affected local flora and fauna. Our favourite chokecherry trees are slim pickings this year in the usual haunts. We'll have to … Continue reading Serving up a Buffet of Savings Today
Yes, indeed it has! A news article released recently, continues to show Amazon's ambition in maintaining it's growing stranglehold on the online e-commerce marketplace. Not everyone is happy about this. In somewhat older yet still current and ongoing news, creatives are getting increasingly frustrated with Amazon's ability to crack down on plagiarism taking place on … Continue reading Amazon vs Tripleclicks! The Mat’s Been Thrown Down!
I read an interesting article on CTV News last night! The lady was talking about the attitudes of the wealthy and was impressed that most wealthy people she interviewed, discussed wealth outside the terms of money. Whenever money did come up, a list of generally accepted mindsets or attitudes began to develop and she shared … Continue reading 6 Habits of the Wealthy – a Low Income Perspective
On my author blog a few years ago, I shared a few articles on managing home finances where I didn't merely discuss savings or budgeting, but when to tell a deal from a ruse. Those three articles are as follows: Household Finances: Intro to the Basics Household Finances: Part 2 and Household Finances: Part 3 … Continue reading Black Friday: When is a Deal a Deal?
Interesting question, huh? But the ramifications of what I'm about to share may just aid in putting you on the road to more savings. Let's consider several types of storage that can aid in this endeavour: Last week, we covered several types of food storage. This week we'll cover clothing storage, beginning in your closet! … Continue reading What if a Simple Concept Called “Storage” Could save Money? Part 2: Your Clothes
As time permits, I am carrying on with the unlocked video training content over at Shoemoney.net. I watched the videos for copywriting where I learned that what I've done with formatting information on my writing courses is a good example of what Jeremy would call good copyrighting. I now need to go through and confirm … Continue reading Carrying on with Unlocked Training at Shoemoney.net
In the first blog post here, I wrote about several things you can do with your toaster. Our toaster oven died on my birthday this year after serving us well for many years! It became a very good cost saver, allowing me to do many things with it that normally require the much larger 220V … Continue reading What Have You Baked in Your Toaster?