Why Voting is (Nearly) Pointless

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With the election mere days away, I’m pretty darn tired of being bombarded by all the “Go Vote!” campaigns. Though I have several reasons why, the primary issue I have is that if you aren’t going to the polls without lots of peer pressure and expensive campaigns, you shouldn’t be voting in the first place. …

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Save Up to $3,851 Every Year by Making These 5 DIY Products at Home

Save Up to $3,851 Every Year by Making These 5 DIY Products at Home

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#1 Laundry Detergent This laundry detergent is stupidly easy to make, and it’s really cost effective! All these ingredients cost me just under $15 and last my husband and myself for about 6 months. If you’re wondering, we do about one (1) to one and a half (1.5) loads of laundry every 7 days. A single person should …

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Businesses to Avoid if you’re trying to escape the Paycheck to Paycheck Cycle

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This post may contain affiliate links- to see my full disclosure statement, please click here.   Before I start this, it’s crucial for you to understand that I’m simply suggesting that you avoid these types of businesses. I’m not blaming them, or capitalism, for your financial hard times. No one is forcing you to utilize these products …

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The Trouble that is Living Tiny and Traveling

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This post may contain affiliate links- to see my full disclosure statement, please click here. It seems to spike everyone’s interests when they hear that myself, my husband, and our medium sized dog, live in a semi, permanently. It’s not always easy, (or pretty,) so let’s get into the Nitty Gritty of it! Our biggest …

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