TikTok is one of the most famous apps and takes this world by storm. We can say TikTok is rocking the current world. Luckily, this platform is filled with a massive group of audience. Compared with other social media like Instagram and Snapchat, TikTok mostly has user-generated content, consisting of lip-syncing, dancing videos, and more. Moreover, these videos are personalized with visual effects, filters, and AR lenses. It is different from other platforms by its tone and light-heartedness. Moreover, it helps to stand out from the usual scripted and curated content from other platforms.
Since Covid hit, Tom and I have been spending a lot more time hitting up thrift stores like Goodwill in search of some good used books to add to our collection. It’s insane how many gems are hiding on the shelves — some completely new! In fact, finding so many books at Goodwill has been a major help in upping the amount of reading we are able to accomplish. Because of our personal success finding gently used books at local thrift shops, you can imagine how excited I was to hear that a friend of mine started making almost $2,000 per month by flipping used books she had found at thrift stores!
As someone who has always had an entrepreneur spirit, I am will no doubt always encourage people to learn how to make income on their terms. Especially writers. You see, books have a soft spot in my heart, and for the longest time I had this voice in my head telling me, “You are a writer.” Then, when I started this little blog in my own corner of the internet I had a lightbulb go off… “I’m a writer!” So if you have had that voice in your head telling you you are a writer, here are 8 ideas for how you can get started writing from home (or anywhere in the world).
Not to brag or anything, but if you Google cheapskate savings tips I am going to be one of your top found sites. Used to be number one and honestly, I’m ok with losing that title. My post 87 Extreme Cheapskate Hacks held that title for a while and now I’m ready to let it go. Here’s why.
With the new year fast approaching, taking an inventory of your financial well-being can shape how you look at future years to come. Analyzing the progress you’ve made, whether it is building up that savings account you opened or hacking away at your student debt, are wins you should take pride in! There are also areas you may have stumbled, maybe you had to take money out of your savings account or you used your high-interest credit card a bit more than you would have liked and those balances are a little too high. These roadblocks happen, life happens, a pandemic even happens; you assess the damage to your progress and go from there.
Investing is a scary word for most people. Because of the fear it strikes into our hearts, this often means that most people don’t take advantage of it beyond 401Ks (sometimes not even then). That’s why Ksenia Yudina, former financial hotshot — I guess now an even bigger financial hotshot — started her own app that helped parents start investing for their children. No complicated process necessary. In fact, with her new investment app for kids, you can create a successful investment plan in less than 5 minutes based on the age of your children and your financial goals.