This is a list of apps that can bring in a little extra side income. Referral codes and embedded referral links are throughout this article.
Reality really hits you when you move out of Mom and Dad's and head to college. As if being a broke college kid wasn't hard enough, you have to cook, clean, do laundry, and keep yourself alive. Adulting is no small feat. After years of Mom's exceptional ability to wash and fold your clothes, doing laundry in college is one of the things many college students dread.
I like to start Christmas shopping in November so I know I have enough time to get all the presents I need to get. We all need to save some money especially around Christmas time so the gift ideas I’ll give you are inexpensive and will be worth every penny!
It's easy to look at those sad, sad pictures of marine animals, trapped by plastic rings or swallowing plastic bags, and get discouraged by the current state of humanity.
Tired of bringing the same thing to your Thanksgiving gathering, or have no idea where to start?
So before I go on listing these useful websites, be sure to head on over to Vocal's lifehack community, where I've explained how to earn on the side. I go in depth into sites I've used to generate $2000 per year for the last two years. I also have a part-time job, that really helps out with expenses. You will not be able to survive alone on these extra websites, but it will put some money in the bank. When you consider how easy it is to earn this, it will feel like it is free money. Put that extra amount in the bank to earn interest, and you will be well on your way to getting rid of the traditional nine to five, and living off soft drink dividend payments, free coffee or maybe even your rent payment if you start early enough.
1. The first thing we all need to do is get in some “me time” on a regular basis! Go ahead, be totally selfish on occasion and love yourself enough to award YOU anywhere from ten minutes to an hour a day. Do something productive that takes your mind off work or any other life stressors that may be present in your life. Your sanity and probably your family will thank you... profusely!
I recently became a full fledged adult and I came to a realization: I’m really lucky that I made some good choices earlier down the line because life can get expensive QUICKLY and that can be pretty hard to come back from. Here’s a list of things you should know about being an adult, followed by a brief rant about why no adults are telling our youth this. Enjoy!
Ever wonder how someone could possibly be a morning person? You can be one too. Enjoying your morning may not be harder than you think. Waking up in the morning, getting ready and heading out the door quickly may seem like the best option because you'll get the most sleep but it's probably not the best for your day overall. Waking up, feeling less-stressed, calm, and ready for the day can lead to a day of success. Here are three ways you may not have though of to make for a great start to your day.
Wow! The holidays are almost here. I can tell you that I have not yet begun shopping for gifts. Well, then again I am one of those shopping procrastinators. You know the ones that wait until the week or day before Christmas to begin looking for gifts. I admit it. I am oh so guilty. Hey, with the hectic pace of life some of us can barely find the time to eat or get a good night’s sleep. Anyway, that’s enough of my babbling. Let's get to the mindful tips.
I was only diagnosed with OCD about a year ago, and it came as the biggest shock I've ever had. I'm not a particularly clean person and with the stereotypes about people with OCD in my mind that they clean everything and wash their hands 100 times a day (things I definitely don't do), I originally contested the diagnosis. That was until I realized I obsessively refuse to wear certain colors; I do certain things like cooking in only one way and can even cry if I'm not able to do things my way; and I'm hopelessly obsessed with planning, goal setting, and organizing.