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Only Cheaters Use Big Words

Posted by Jenny Lea on August 31, 2017 at 1:25 AM Comments comments ()

Apparently, when you happen to know the name of a beautiful bush, you are accused of cheating at ‘Words with Friends’.

My letters consisted of D-D-E-L-I-B-U and all I see is smaller words. I hate smaller words. You cannot always help having to use smaller words, but if you want the points you must blob them up against another word, unless it consists of high point letters that can be placed on a triple word or triple letter t...

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How, Not to Make Money Online

Posted by Jenny Lea on April 22, 2017 at 5:45 AM Comments comments ()

There are numerous ways to make money online; however, faking a son’s death is not one of those ways. A woman from Reno, Nevada started up a GoFund me account, claiming it was for her son’s funeral who had recently died from leukemia.

This story is also a reminder that the world is not full o...

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Working Online is not an Easy Task

Posted by Jenny Lea on April 19, 2017 at 4:25 AM Comments comments ()

Working online is not an easy task. Let me be more specific. Working as an affiliate or outside sales representative is not an easy task. Especially if one doesn’t have much funding for advertising nor wishes to spam everyone. There are numerous sites that make it sound, oh so easy and quick to start bringing in one sale after another, but it doesn’t entirely work that way. If one has plenty of money to spare they can start up quickly. However, advertising is not ch...

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No one should say how much is too much Money

Posted by Jenny Lea on January 6, 2017 at 9:30 AM Comments comments ()


Whether people want to admit it or not, money is a huge incentive. Companies would not find willing people to not only oversee a huge company, but they would not want to take the legal risks of doing so, for a small income. At the end of the day who truly has the right to say how much is too much? I have the chance to earn as much money as I can achieve, should the government give me limits and only allow me to earn so much per year? If so, there is no need for me ...

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Don't Eliminate the Rich, Aim to be Rich

Posted by Jenny Lea on October 13, 2015 at 12:55 AM Comments comments ()

Eliminating the rich will not destroy any social levels in the U.S. There will still be people who live in nicer places, drive nicer vehicles, and shop for nicer items than other people. It will only change who is at the top of the social ladder. If it is not “the rich” it will most likely be the politicians, and some of the same politicians who are trying to eliminate the rich. Ultimately, those who live at the bottom of the social ladder will stay at the bottom an...

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The Federal Government Drains Companies Dry

Posted by Jenny Lea on October 2, 2015 at 2:55 PM Comments comments ()

People think that companies have an endless supply of money to give out. The only reason any company is “too big to fail” is when they are about to fail the government steps in and bails them out, after the same government tried to drain them dry with more taxes, fees and regulations. Before “Obamacare” most large corporations were already supplying health benefits, retirement programs, sick leave and much more. Obamacare is not majorly hurting the large...

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Don't waste Money on the Plans you do not Use

Posted by Jenny Lea on November 10, 2014 at 10:45 AM Comments comments ()

The HBO series “Boardwalk Empire” has come to an end, and so has our subscription to HBO, Starz and Encore. It was the only series we watched on the movie channels. When we watch TV with no plans to watch a specific show we start from about Channel 4 and work our way up the grid. In most cases we stop at TNT, USA or AMC and never manage to see what is on any of the movie channels. By reducing our subscription we will save approximately $40 per month, making it a who...

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FEE-FI-FO-FUM I Feel the Dread of a Government Furlough Coming

Posted by Jenny Lea on September 29, 2013 at 2:10 PM Comments comments ()

When it comes to a possible Government furlough I hear Obama and his Administration giving out one guilt trip after another to the Hard Working Tax Payers. However, I don’t hear those same guilt trips being given out about the employees in the private sector, when they are threatened with a lay off. Even when all the Tax Payer funded clean energy companies were collapsing. They do not seem to feel bad when they issue out more and more taxes and fees, possibly causing them...

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Setting up Your Facebook Friends

Posted by Jenny Lea on February 26, 2012 at 12:00 PM Comments comments ()

Have you happened to notice that when you are zipping around your homepage at Facebook there are a few friends that never seem to post? Well, I did. I thought maybe they stopped logging in or gave up on all app games. However, I later found out that when Facebook set up their new system they defaulted your close friends and family to post all or most of their messages at your home page, but everyone else was tossed to only important messages or most updates. Some friends were actually set to ...

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Start a Website

Posted by Jenny Lea on January 22, 2012 at 3:25 PM Comments comments ()

There are so many ways to put your name out on the web. You can start a profile page at any number of locations with Facebook being one of the most popular. You can also head on over to Yahoo and Google and start a news group so everyone can receive your email newsletters. Post at numerous classified sites and so on.

However, if you are not careful you may lose track of some of your subscribers and your subscribers may lose track of you. Your goal is to increase your subscribers or...

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