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April 2020 ~ Working From Home is Still a Struggle But Proving to be Fruitful

My last post in this community is dated February 2018. I had just started my Joie de Vivre Magazine lifestyle blog. I have maintained my social connections with many of the members here. But I just have not been active at this site. 2018
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Posted by on April 9, 2020

April 2020 ~ Working From Home is Still a Struggle But Proving to be Fruitful

My last post in this community is dated February 2018. I had just started my Joie de Vivre Magazine lifestyle blog. I have maintained my social connections with many of the members here. But I just have not been active at this site. 2018
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Posted by on April 9, 2020

New Year Resolutions

I was wondering whether anyone was going to set out some New Year Resolutions for 2020. I haven't actually made any for the New Year but I have written an article on how to set and achieve goals and I started a major goal a few weeks ago, to lose some
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Posted by on January 3, 2020

They are gambling on you not taking an early retirement at 62

If you are about to consider an early retirement at 70% of wages monthly on your Social Security retirement I guarantee you they are banking on you waiting until you are 64 or older before you finally throw in the towel. My best friend who recentl
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Posted by on August 29, 2019

Printing Your Own Books

Books Available On Amazon And Elsewhere I am now the author of several books available on Amazon (and one on LULU but I am going to revise that one). I did not realise until recently just how easy it was to print what are called "low content journals". Th
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Posted by on August 25, 2019

Financial Trickery

What Does "Pre-Qualified" Mean To You? I often get letters through the post from various financial institutions wanting me to take out business loans or credit cards. They offer me amounts up to £500,000 ($629,000) at really low interest rates and i
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Posted by on July 2, 2019

Another Walmart Rant by a Walmart Frequent Shopper

Do you remember the old saying ... THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT ... ? Well, I have a Walmart Rant for you. The Walmart we used to shop at closed recently. They sent all of their store associates to the few remaining Walmart stores in the Dallas-F
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Posted by on April 25, 2019

Which Is Cheapest?

I Wanted To Buy Something From Amazon I wanted ground almonds. These are quite expensive, so I was looking for the best value but of course, the item had to be a good taste and quality too. I have bought a number of 1 Kilogramme packets (2.2 pounds
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Posted by on February 19, 2019

Just Make A Decision

Out For A Walk - this morning - near the sea. There are some old Victorian houses with large gardens in the area and one of them had a number of trees taken down recently, so it had a large patch of open space, though there were a number of patches of low
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Posted by on January 28, 2019

Can the Internet Be Broken? Don't Laugh

Ralph Breaks the Internet is a new Disney movie, my wife and grand-kids tell me. A catchy title, I'm sure you'll think. And, the title appeals, not just the kids but to the adults. A great economic ploy. But, oddly enough, about a week ago, the idea of a
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Posted by on November 4, 2018

You Can't Hide Online

Work Excuses I suppose you have heard all the old excuses for people being late to work, or not turning up at all?. Ones like, "the bus was late", "my car wouldn't start / broke down", "I had toothache". These have all happened to people, including me. Th
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Posted by on September 23, 2018