Archive | July, 2013

Moonlighting Investigation #1: SEO

23 July 2013

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Moonlighting Investigation #1: SEO

In my quest for work anywhere, Location-independent activities that can earn some money, I decided to check out the field of Search Engine Optimization. First, I checked out a few posts online, including How to be an SEO Freelancer in 48 Hours by Sean Ogle. Then I read [[[Search Engine Optimization Visual Blueprint]]] and of […]

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Why I Love Bluebird by American Express

20 July 2013

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  I have been looking for an online bank ever since I have become more disappointed with my current bank. I have been killed by fees over the past year, and also realized I never need to go to the bank anymore – just to the ATM. I looked at Ally and ING. They both […]

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Book Review: How to Travel the World for $50 a Day

16 July 2013

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Book Review: How to Travel the World for $50 a Day

I recently read How to Travel the World on $50 a Day by Matt Kepnes Matt (aka Nomadic Matt) has a great blog and has finally consolidated a lot of his information into a 270-page manual. Section 1 covers topics related to the planning aspect of your trip including: banking and credit cards; airline tickets; […]

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9 Steps to Living Well — Forever

10 July 2013

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9 Steps to Living Well — Forever

One of the many topics I have been reading about and researching in my spare time is wellness and longevity. After all what is the point of living longer if you cannot enjoy your time here on Earth. And of course, living longer allows us to do more things we always wanted. So I wanted […]

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How I Made an Extra $850 Last Month

7 July 2013

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How I Made an Extra $850 Last Month

I have been looking for alternate sources of cash to store in my Bluebird travel fund. [I will post more about Bluebird shortly.] In the month of May I had 2 sources for a total of $850 added to my travel funds: 1) eBay = $450 While I am not a huge fan of eBay […]

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The Economy and Job Market as we know it is Dead

5 July 2013

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The Economy and Job Market as we know it is Dead

One of the reasons I originally decided to find alternate methods of earning a living was not just that I was sick of my so-called career, not just because I wanted more freedom to work when and where I wanted, but I believe that the economy and job market as we know it is dead. […]

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3 Quick Tips for Bloggers

4 July 2013

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Three critical things I learned about blogging while perusing the blogosphere today: Write stuff worth reading Be authentic and show your personality Create (or Update) your About Page  

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