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5 of the 99 Great Ways to Save From the AARP Bulletin

  1. Get dental work for a fraction of the cost from dentist – supervised students. Go to ada.org and click on dental schools. The federal government also offers help. Go to nidcr.nih.gov then search “findings dental care”

 

2. A survey found that if you haggle the price of hearing aids with certain retail businesses you may be able to save. One survey found about half of the 14% who haggled got a better deal. Sometime you can save over 1,000 dollars buying online. I promote of course to buy from the retailer to support them and employment. 

 

3. Apply for free meds:- Go to the partnership for prescription assistance  pparx.org . Patients that qualify save hundreds of dollars. 

4. Be a house sitter:- The site trustedhousesitters.com Matches those sho need their pets and homes watched. Another site to go to for more information on this is SecretBlogger.com

5. Discount for Train rides:- Amtrak cuts 10% off most fares for riders 62 plus. Via rail Canada offers 10% off adult fares for travelers over 60

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YOU WILL NEVER LOOK AT THESE LOGOS THE SAME WAY, AGAIN

 


 

Do you see the arrow between the “E” and “x” (in white)?
               I had never noticed it before.



The 2nd and 3rd “T’s” are two people sharing (or fighting over) a
  tortilla and a bowl of salsa.


The world’s most famous bike race. The “R” in “Tour” is a cyclist.
The yellow circle is the front wheel of a bicycle, the “O” is the back wheel.



The arrow means Amazon has everything from A to Z

 
There is a dancing bear above the “ble”. Toblerone chocolate bars originated in Berne, Switzerland, whose symbol is the bear.


See the ” 31” embedded in the ” BR”? Thirty-one-derful flavors!

 



See the gorilla and lioness (in white) facing each other?
   

 

Just think, people get paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to dream this up!

NINE (9) THINGS I KNOW ABOUT YOU     
1) You are reading this.     
2) You are human. 
3) You can’t say the letter ”P” without separating your lips. 
4) You just attempted to do it. 
6) You are laughing at yourself.     
7) You have a smile on your face and you skipped No. 5. 
8) You just checked to see if there is a No. 5. 
9) You laugh at this because you are a fun loving person & everyone does it too.


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Interested in Networking? – Then This is for You💦

 

The network company that I work with is a long-standing privately held Japanese company that was founded in 1974. Our company is one of the best network marketing companies in the world, with the most prestigious certifications. It has an excellent product and a superior compensation plan. The powerful, yet simple, compensation plan is unmatched in the home-based business arena.

 

What would you look for in a ‘Perfect’ business opportunity?

 

✓ No sign-up fee

✓ No quotas

✓ No auto-ships

✓ No inventory

✓ No annual renewal fee

✓ No geographic limitations

✓ No storefront

✓ No employees

✓ Multiple ways to earn

✓ Patented Compensation Plan

✓ Commissions paid daily

✓ Unlimited income potential

✓ Highest quality product

✓ Ability to provide free samples

✓ Recognized industry leader

✓ Solid product warranty

✓ Top quality marketing materials

✓ Easy financing

✓ Incredible team support

 

These are all features of our company’s Distributor/Referral Program. When you join our team you get all these and more! Our team is comprised of people from their 20’s to their 70’s, all earning thousands of dollars by simply helping others get healthy.

 

This is a true global business. Imagine a fluid, flexible and incredibly engaging 24/7 global business that allows you to spread the message of True Health to anyone, at any time and in any location. The company offers a turnkey “home country” solution to driving your business forward. Simply hold an active distributorship in your home country and be able to recruit people onto your team from around the world without having to build a base of business in a foreign country. Convenience, expedience and rapid  growth!

 

Once you join our team we have a great support system that helps you along the way especially if you are new to this.

 

I could go into great detail about this great networking business, however, if you are interested contact us and we will explain it

If Interested please don’t hesitate to call or text

 

Phone: (281) 239-6410

Text: (281) 918-9687

Email: lesley@simplyfantasticbooks.com

Or david@davidvoth.com

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Best Buy Wednesday – LED Winter Beanie (11/25/2015)

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I saw this on Facebook and thought it would make a fantastic gift. It’s not expensive but a useful one.  I am going to get one for my Grandson who loves the outdoors. I can see this so handy for night time fishing, camping and early morning surfing when it is a little dark. In fact, it would be handy to keep in your vehicle in case of a breakdown and you do not have a flashlight. I am thinking I need to carry one on my motorcycle in case of a night time breakdown.

It is only $13 dollars as it is on a special deal. Great Christmas gift and a practical gift.

 

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Highlights

  • On/Off switch controls 5 LED lights
  • Material: Knitted acrylic material, LED lights
  • The batteries are easily replaceable.
  • One size fits all
  • Unisex

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Coffee and Dollars and a Hug

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Baby Turns Off Tears For “Dark Horse”

This little girl turn off the tears when she heard Katy Perry singing ‘Dark Horse’.

Katy saw this and tweeted  “Available for baby sitting at 10 dollars an hour and 4 Oreos”

Seems like babies these days love the modern music of today. cute

 

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Did You Know – 07/01/2013

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1. In Order to make a billion dollars in one year, you would have to make an average of $31.69 every second. That is $2,739,726.03 every day
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2. There is a spider in Brazil whose bites can cause an erection that lasts for Hours.
Banana spider or Phoneutria nigriventer – is native to South and Central America.
The venom of the Phoneutria nigriventer spider is a very rich mixture of several molecules.

These molecules are called toxins, and then we have various toxins in this venom with different activity.

Because of this, when a human is bitten by this spider, many different symptoms appear including priapism, a condition in which the penis is continually erect.’

Other side-effects on top of the long-painful erections include loss of muscle control, severe pain, difficulty breathing and if its victim is not treated with anti-venom, could lead to death due to oxygen deprivation.
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3. The automatic pop-up bread toaster was patented before the bread slicing machine. 1919 and 1928. That’s right, people sliced their own bread for the toaster for almost a decade before sliced bread was sold.
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4. For a butterfly to fly it must have a body temperature of no less than 86 degrees fahrenheit or 30 degrees celsius.
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5. Butterflies and insects have their skeletons on the outside of their bodies, called the exoskeleton. This protects the insect and keeps water inside their bodies so they don’t dry out.
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What’s Up Today – 1/18/2012

Would you not love it if your power bill was Zero Dollars?

Well it is possible. Two Orange County builders and Habitat for Humanity are building homes that are constructed in such a way it will be energy-efficient and the cost up front is not over the top.
So if you are about to build a new home this may well be worth looking into.

  • They are building houses that produce as much energy as they use. Resulting in Zero or extremely low energy bills.
  • They are equipped with solar panels,energy and water conserving designs.
  • Energy efficiency allows new homes to compete with cheaper resale housing.

So there are a lot of plus’s to this new concept when it comes to saving on your monthly energy bill.

For More information go to http://www.newtownbuilders.com/zero-energy-home/ or Google “energy-efficient homes” in your area.

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Crucial Life Changing Decisions About You and Your Dollars

I know that when you are young and having fun, your responsibilities for the future seem so far away. Responsibilities really do not become part of your day-to-day thoughts or actions. In many ways that is a good thing because chances are you will be spending the most part of your life working, worrying and being responsible. I believe we all need our young and frivolous time. It’s good for our health gives us good memories.
When the time comes we need to consider some major decisions, about where and how we will spend our dollars for the future.

Here are some of them.

1. Do I take a job or do I get an education

When you leave school, the decision is to get a job and become a wage earner and avoid the years of study as a student ( of course not to mention the debt you will incur) to get a degree. Or you further our education with the expectation of a professional job with more income and of course it allows you to extend your knowledge and hopefully your intelligence. In my opinion, these days, a degree does not always guarantee you a job. I think the decision to go straight into the workforce actually gives you a taste of whether you enjoy your job or not. If after a year of earning a wage, it is not what you expect, you then can go into a study course and educate yourself in a field that you are passionate about or receive more satisfaction. Either way it is a decision you will have to make upon leaving school

2. Will I have a serious relationship

Almost everyone at some point in their life will commit to a serious relationship. This also has serious financial implications. Your partner may not share your attitude and behaviour towards money. You could become liable for debts he or she may incur. Be aware that there are money strings attached to a relationship. Another thing to consider is that your assets may be at risk if your relationship ends. You need to take care and protect yourself if you enter into a serious relationship.

3. Do I want children – or not

Children will have a big impact on your finances make no mistake. If you decide you do not want children or only one, you must discuss this with your partner very early in the relationship because he or she may have a different plan. It should be a decision pleasing to both of you and get your finances in place so that you are able to live on one income for some time. The cost of a child is thousands of dollars over its lifetime so you need to be prepared.

4. Should I prepare for my retirement and invest.

Of course this is a must. You need to go see a financial adviser (do your due diligence on finding one, as there are good and bad ones) so that he can steer you in the best direction. Everyone should join an additional saving scheme other than their work place retirement scheme, as young as possible.

5. Should I buy a house – or not

This is always an interesting question. If you talk to most financial experts they will tell you that your home is not really the best investment. I think at this economic times most people would agree with them.
It does not always mean you need to live in the property you buy. You can rent it out and the rent you receive may cover your rent elsewhere. This can protect you from future property booms. If house prices surge your property value should too. Maybe that is time to invest in another property using the value of your rented home as collateral.
One of the advantages of home ownership is that it forces savings over the years.

6. Should I insure

The golden rule is to insure what you cannot afford to lose. You obviously must insure your home or investment home as you cannot afford to lose such a big financial hit. Fire, flood, hurricane, anything like that. Always yes Always read the fine print. There are some insurance companies that promise the world but when it comes to paying out you may find they don’t cover things like flooding etc etc.
Consider this also you cannot afford to destroy someones BMW or Mercedes Benz so make sure your car has full insurance to cover such incidents.

7. Should I invest

You have your own investment property, home, or a super scheme then you are already an investor. If you have paid off your mortgage and have no bills get the advise of an independent financial advisor (Once again do your due diligence)

8. Should I have an emergency fund

Always expect the unexpected. An earthquake, illness, redundancy, divorce. Have a spare cash kitty at all times. The mortgage has to be paid, food has to be bought. You may be financially well off but if your cash is all tied up and not readily available for an emergency it may have a long-term impact. So keep some cash somewhere handy for that time that you need it. I know that it may not be the safest thing to do but keep some cash hidden, rather that in the bank because who knows what would happen if all the ATM’s malfunctioned. You may laugh but it could happen.

9. Should I start a business

Right now it is probably a risky business. On the other hand if you find a reason to start a business because of demand, well go for it. I still believe there would be opportunities out there to start a successful business. Be prepared to work long hours and take risks but in the end I am sure it would be rewarding. Countries were built on risky business and entrepeneurs and I think we need that inspiration once again to get our country back on its feet.

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