Searching for a new gig online or in-person can be a wild ride. Imagine you’re on a treasure hunt, but instead of a one-time payoff, you’re after that perfect job that gets you paid for a lifetime (hopefully).
Maintaining strong bonds with people who aren’t right in front of you or you don’t naturally see every day can be difficult. When it’s family, however, it’s essential. If you love someone, you need to go out of your way to maintain a close connection by regularly calling, visiting, and even planning things with them. This can be hard for adult children in normal circumstances, but it can feel even more daunting when their parents relocate to a care home.
Starting a Christmas savings account almost feels outdated. Maybe it’s because I remember these Christmas savings opportunities being advertised nearly 40 (!!) years ago, but do they still work? That was the question on my mind as I explored ideas to save money for Christmas and looked into what banks actually still offer worthwhile Christmas savings clubs.
After a lot of reading and research, I’ve come up with an approach that will not only make starting a Christmas savings account effortless but also ensure a stress-free and joyous holiday season. No more worrying about finances when you should be focusing on the holidays – let’s dive in and discover the shocking secret that will transform your Christmas savings game.
Raising chickens – is it trendy or is it smart? As someone who has over two decades of experience with raising chickens, I’m here to tell you it’s not as easy as it seems! Raising chickens can be a rewarding and cost-effective way to provide your family with fresh eggs and meat. However, the initial investment and ongoing expenses can quickly add up.
Did you know that the average yearly cost to keep just six chickens is over $600? But if you’re smart about it, there are plenty of ways to raise chickens on a budget! And of course we’re going to talk about ways to reduce your expenses without sacrificing the health and well-being of your feathered flock.
I’ve been going to Wisconsin Dells for 30+ years and am usually loyal to my fan favorites, but when I heard about Wizard Quest, I was immediately intrigued. Wizard Quest came up as an option when I was looking into tickets for Ripley’s Believe It or Not, and a quick glance at their website made it such that I knew I had to visit. As is usually the case in articles like these, I’m in no way affiliated or sponsored by Wizard Quest. This is a genuine review as a mom, gamer, and fantasy fan.