All of these days of mine
Nowadays, it can be difficult to find a job: whether there are no openings for what you went to college for; your town's economy is low so there's few positions anywhere, or you just simply don't have the right credentials. Maybe, in some cases, people can't physically work due to disability or to take care of their kids or other responsibilities. I know in my recent experience that obtaining a traditional job is becoming more of a headache and cause for stress than anything else. I have searched far and wide and applied to every job listing that I qualified for, and even took a step further and tried for some that was a little far-fetched just so I could say I tried. I'm lucky enough that my husband has a well-paying job that supports us, but in all honesty, it's not enough. So today I'm here to tell you the top three ways that I've been making money without your usual 9-5 grind.
In the small city of Houma, Louisiana, there's a restaurant in its downtown area called Milano. My husband and I recently visited and found it to be a nice place to have a romantic dinner or to just eat somewhere fancy.
Hi everyone! Thanks for coming back for another Ipsy review! For those who don't know, Ipsy is a $10 monthly subscription bag. You get five items based on a few questions, and all for a much lower price than if you were to buy it all yourself. They are sample/travel sizes, but it is only $10 a month. So you pretty much get what you pay for and more. Okay, review time!
Hi everyone! So, I figured I would start doing monthly Ipsy reviews. For those of you who don't know, Ipsy is a monthly subscription bag for $10 a month. You get five beauty items based upon a small questionnaire you fill out when you sign up. I have been subscribed for a year now and I love it. I recommend it to everyone. You get all kinds of different products for a much smaller price than you would buying it on your own. Granted, they are sample/travel sizes, but still! When I got my first bag, my husband and I looked up the official prices for each item, and it came out to a little over $100. Talk about crazy savings! If you're interested in signing up, use my referral code to get started!
If you're a newbie to the gym, it can be kind of confusing. What machines do I use? How much weight is too much or too little? Am I doing this right? Is this working? And the questions go on. But I'm here today to tell you that if you're given the option, either hire a personal trainer or talk to one of the CERTIFIED people at the gym.