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Re: Hello new members!

Donald Bradfield ·
I am a new member and a past Shoe Shine Service Hobbyist. I look forward to earning some cash from my new Pick-up / Delivery Shoe Shine Service operation in Dallas,Texas. . . "Dress from Your Feet up and not Your Head Down"- - -
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Re: Family and Finances- How much did you learn growing up?

AverageJoe ·
Mountain Fan, I was raised in a large family...I had two brothers still living, a third died six hours after birth and was the twin to the sister we lost to breast cancer in June. I also had three sisters. I was the oldest since, though I do have a brother and sister I've never met from my adoptive father (my mother's second husbands children from his first marriage) and then two brothers and a sister from my biological father's fourth marriage. I lived with my mother and adoptive father,...
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Re: Instacart

Andra Powell Henderson ·
Very interesting reviews. I use Instacart to have my groceries shopped and delivered, and have thought about working with them when I get a car, but I thought more seriously about it... NOT!! I don't do my own grocery shopping!! LOL I like having the groceries delivered, but my shoppers/drivers tend to shop neighborhood stores. Normally, I would not. Some are very inexperienced as shoppers and what you get may not be exactly what you ordered. Food prices are too expensive (can't take...
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Re: Traveling All 50 States On a Budget

AverageJoe ·
@BeckAtsila I lived in Decatur when I was in the second and third grades. I went to Lincoln Grade School both years and had Mrs. Zuttermeister in 2nd grade and Mrs. Harrington in third. Of course, as I've stated that was 50 years ago. I'm sure they're long gone and departed to be with the Lord. It was Mrs. Zuttermeister who discovered that I was dyslexic and had my parents get me a reading tutor. By the end of the year, I was actually reading on a college level! I'm thankful for her and for...
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Re: Not having someone to bounce ideas off.

Jobelle Collie ·
Thank you for the ideas. I’ll be 60 this year, where did time fly to? When I divorced my children’s father, he required that every year I turn over accounts of what I spent the child support on. Our children were 7 years and 4 months old. I guess he wanted proof of the $3000/month he was sending. I opened checking accounts, one for each child and purchased carbonless checks. Every January 1st, he got a shoe box full of the carbons and I let him work out the numbers! I NEVER cashed those...
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Re: Confessions of a Shopaholic

sthom ·
I too shop on Amazon a lot. What I've been doing this year is limiting my shops to "must haves." That includes anything related to medical, household supplies, and of course, pet supplies. No clothes, purse, or casual shoe shopping (which doesn't mean I haven't been buying elsewhere...the sales have been so good...I'm weak). I got 2 pairs of FitFlops recently for one-third of their usual price. OK, I did order a new Braun drip coffeepot from Amazon (I don't think they are made in Germany any...
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Re: Do You Trust Your Family With Your Money?

Solsken Group LLP ·
Nope. If I give money, it's a gift I don't expect back and a process so intrusive as to why, how, and what, that they don;t bother ask. There is a simple test too: If your family finances are always jacked up and they are in their 40's or older; it's a lost cause. I'm fortunate: my father was so inept with his finances, that all my siblings were financially scarred enough that they and grew up to either know how to live on a shoe string OR horde money like a squirrel hordes nuts. Quote from...
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Re: Do You Trust Your Family With Your Money?

Arica ·
Quote from dad, "Well after I buy beer, smokes, and lottery tickets, I barely have enough to pay the rent." Sounds very familiar, we have a family member who thinks we should pay for her needs after she BLOWS money on those exact same things plus her man. Seriously? I would love to quit my job and freeload off people, wonder how that would go over.
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Re: Hey Runners! Here Are a Few Ways to Save Some Cash

redcatcec ·
I am not a runner (but used to be but not in competitions), and have a casual interest in the sport. Yes, I have noticed it no longer is inexpensive to participate, from sign up fees to the cost of articles to wear. Would have me running away from this in no time flat.
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Re: Hey Runners! Here Are a Few Ways to Save Some Cash

Joshua Pramis ·
@redcatcec Very true, especially if you want to actively participate in races. Those can add up very quickly. Fortunately, if you just want to keep it a more passive hobby, there are a lot of ways to cut corners, cost-wise, without sacrificing the quality of gear, so you can still enjoy the sport while keeping to a stricter budget.
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Re: Hey Runners! Here Are a Few Ways to Save Some Cash

irishnanny ·
i have never been a runner, but i do walk everyday thanks for sharing
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Re: Hey Runners! Here Are a Few Ways to Save Some Cash

PolarMoney ·
Hi, You can actually pick up lightly used running shoes on Ebay too. I picked up these for $19.99. They are in great condition and were well worth the price. My hubby has picked up several good, clean pairs as well. Just look for lots of pictures to give you clues on condition and ask the seller questions. Sometimes, people get a pair and don't like them. A wipe or spray of Lysol can help make them yours too. And, even if you don't run, who can beat $20 for a good pair of shoes? MIZUNO WAVE...
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Re: Hey Runners! Here Are a Few Ways to Save Some Cash

Chrissy Goff ·
I just wear my Brooks shoes to run in. My girlfriend in MO buys shoes all the time and then doesn't like them and gives them to me (we wear the same size) after she wears them only 2-3 times. No special clothes other than shorts and a T-shirt or jogging outfit.
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Hey Runners! Here Are a Few Ways to Save Some Cash

Joshua Pramis ·
There’s a misconception that running is a cheap hobby. Truth be told, it’s anything but. Between the shoes, wicking clothes — garments made of fast-drying material, essential for avoiding injury from chafing or blistering — assorted gear, and race registrations, it can add up… fast. I’ve easily spent thousands of dollars in the last four years (when I really kicked up my devotion to the sport), and today was reminded by my Garmin Connect app that it’s almost time for another big spend: two...
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Re: SAVINGS PROTECTION

Lorrie F ·
I understand your concerns regarding gold. I would not travel anywhere with gold. You couldn't even hide it in your suitcases (or even your shoe!) because of TSA. We purchased $30,000.00 worth of gold in 2010, and lost a third of that by 2020 (That's 10K!). We sold and never bought precious metals again. Too much hassle to buy coins and keep them in a safety deposit box, and if you buy any type of bullion, you have to pay storage for them in a specialized location. Good riddance!
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Re: Last year goals

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