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Re: January No Spend Challenge

dboothe ·
Making PROGRESS...so, I looked over all of my monthly subscriptions. I had more than I realized. I need to keep the furnace filter (every 3 mo) because we are BAD at remembering to change it unless it comes right to our door. I need to keep the dollar razor blade one because I could NEVER remember what kind of razor blade husband needed and would always vow I would remember next time...never did. I'm keeping Netflix for now. I use it and I like it. My husband and I were getting Prevagen...
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Re: Using LinkedIn to build interested audiences and gain credibility

Moore Income ·
I ignored LinkedIn for quite some time but about a year ago I started focusing on it more. It really is a good tool for building an audience and connecting with people with very specific interests. When it comes to sales, while you can get them on LinkedIn, some people take things too far and just spam people with messages trying to sell their product or service. In my opinion this is a waste of time and makes me even less likely to buy. As with any social media platform, once you start...
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Re: Using LinkedIn to build interested audiences and gain credibility

Deon Christie ·
Same here @Moore Income , but once I realized LinkedIn's potential I started digging deeper. I find that the tool works well for attracting group members, and I use it only to send a welcome message to new connections. Automation can be a great tool, but moderation is really important. And with Linkedin especially one need to be extremely cautious with automation. Because not all automation tool content is accepted by LinkedIn. And may in some instances result in getting suspended or even...
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Using LinkedIn to build interested audiences and gain credibility

Deon Christie ·
Although it is nice to make a few extra dollars on the side. But most people however do work toward the " quitting your day job " Kind of online income. The effort requirement however is exponentially more demanding. Making a few extra dollars online require a lot less effort and can in most cases be fairly easy to achieve. But if you are thinking of working toward the quitting your day job kind of income, then be prepared to apply maximum effort. Which primarily involves building interested...
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Re: This week’s Community Announcements 4.10.20

John Bullerjahn ·
What keeps me going is since I'm retired/disabled I'm able to do those things I never had time for. Being self isolated is an interesting way of viewing the world, sort of like a fish in a fishbowl. I'm able to keep up with friends, and they with me because we're all in the same aquarium so to speak. I'm fortunate that my wife walked out on our marraige; if she were here, well I might possibly have thrown myself out a window by now. My wingman Phoenix (who is a rescue guy) keeps me...
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Re: Cheap eats

Mexpensive ·
I always purchase meats with many meals in mind. Always buy meats on sale. Whole chickens are great to roast on Sunday. You have meals throughout the week. Lunches and leftovers, make chicken soup or chicken salad. Freeze what you do not use for a later recipe. Ground beef can be stretched even further. Meatloaf, chili spaghetti sauce, homemade hamburger helper. Just remember when you are shopping "How many meals can I get out of this?" is a great way to stretch your food budget.
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