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Hollywood loves a sequel. It a movie is a hit, they figure they can cash in on it all over again with a follow-up. On some level, that makes good business sense. However, creatively, sequels are often a letdown. That’s because, despite your love for a particular set of characters, there might not be any story left for them. On the other hand, when you can plan out a film franchise like Harry Potter or The Hunger Games, then you know you won’t be wrapping up your story with one film. What does any of this have to do with iPoll? Well, I discovered that a survey sequel can be every bit as rewarding as the original survey. That means, when given the chance, you should always follow up your surveys to earn fast cash.
It’s a fairly simply concept. Folks who are traveling on a budget want to avoid the costs of hotels. You have a home (or room in that home) that can welcome guests. Travelers pay you money. They don’t stick around forever. According to their mission statement, AirBnB provides “a trusted community marketplace for people to list, discover, and book unique accommodations around the world.”book your space will pay through AirBnB. They skim off a service fee and then pay the host once the trip is concluded.
Everything is copacetic, right? For the most part, it is, but if you intend on putting your home up for availability on a site like AirBnB, you need to be aware of the pros and cons. Where could you find such valuable information? Keep reading!
- https://www.airbnb.com/ ↩
You could be sitting on a gold mine and not even know it. No, we’re not suggesting digging up your back yard to look for shiny nuggets. Instead, we’re talking about your home’s value. Even if you’re still paying on that mortgage (and who isn’t?), you could still find value in your home. That can come through refinancing your home loan. Perhaps one of the reasons you were able to buy that house was because you got a great deal on a loan in the first place. Good for you! However, there could be an even better deal out there. Once you’ve proven that you make your payments on time and you haven’t built up a lot more debt, it could be a good time to refinance your home loan. Here are some of the things to consider:
What do you do to remind yourself of something? Some folks like to tie a string around their finger. I tried that once, but then needed another string to remind me to a) look at the first string and b) what that first string was all about. Other folks swear by unique visualization. For instance if you have to pick up milk and butter from the store, you visualize something outrageous like elephants in pink tutus swimming in a pool of milk while juggling butter sticks. I get so caught up in creating these amazing images that I spend too much time on Photoshop trying to make them come true, and completely forget to go to the store. In the end, the most effective way for me (and probably most people) to remember something is to get a reminder on your iPhone. That is the quickest path to remembering, and in the case of iPoll, the quickest path to cash rewards.
Doesn’t everyone love the feeling of getting rid of junk? Although nobody likes moving, it is one of the few times most of us ever really clear any clutter out of the house. But even if you’re not in the process of moving, why not try to take on some of that clutter now? One messy drawer isn’t the end of the world, but when that clutter begins to spread through your home, it can have a direct impact on your quality of life. Clutter takes up space you could be using to showcase things you care about. It can be distracting and even cause stress. Before the summer is up, make it a goal to get rid of some of the clutter in your life. Try renting a small dumpster. You’ll be amazed at how fast you can fill that bin up with all the unwanted stuff you’re hanging on to. Want more reasons for clearing out the clutter? Consider these benefits:
If you’ve moved a few times, you probably hope you never have to move again. Between packing and unpacking, you could find yourself on the brink of a nervous breakdown. I have boxes I still haven’t unpacked from my last move and that was 12 years ago. Clearly, these are things I can live without. I look forward to someday getting to those boxes. Who knows what treasure I might find… But I digress. If you’ve got a move coming up on the horizon, then we’ve got some tips to take the stress out of moving.
In honor of the release of Marvel’s Ant Man, let’s talk downsizing. But not everything–just your home. Apparently, building and moving into tiny homes is a thing now. At least according to the slew of tiny home shows on HGTV. Although I look at those tiny homes and think, “Not a chance of me moving in there,” they do hold a lot of appeal for smaller stature people without a lot of stuff (or children). But you don’t have to move into a tiny home in order to benefit from downsizing. In fact, many folks are hopping on the downsizing bandwagon as way of simplifying their lives and saving money. Is downsizing your home right for you? Consider these benefits:
Have you heard of CCWS? It is a medical condition known as “Comic-Con Withdrawal Syndrome.” It happens every year to the legions of fanboys and fangirls who attend Comic-Con, and then come home wondering, “Now what?” Sure, they’ve got bags full of action figures to play with, and autographed comic books to read, but can those items really fill the void left by all the wonderment found at Comic-Con? Probably not. The best way to combat CCWS is to pack your bags and head out to a geek travel destination. Let’s stipulate, for the record, that places like the Smithsonian Museum, any NASA space center, or Roswell, New Mexico can do in a pinch. However, if you really want to get your geek on, you might have to have your passport in order.
Show of hands: Who remembers when cell phones could only make phone calls? Yes, there was actually a time when we thought a portable telephone was all we needed in life. We could call anyone from anywhere (provided there was a signal, and we had taken the time to enter their contact info via T9). This changed how people kept in contact with each other, and practically put pay phones out of business. Yes, we all needed a mobile phone. What could be better than that? Well, how about a mobile phone that lets you send text messages or give you directions or takes photos or allows you to surf the web? Welcome to the age of Smartphones–where our cells have become our personal assistants.
A battle is looming over the horizon, and it has to do with a cruise ship. See, I want to take a cruise, but the wife isn’t sold on the idea. She embraces all the cruise horror stories, while I embrace the all-you-can-eat buffet. Of course, we’ve got our little one warming up in the wings, who I know will be on my side, if I throw in a little mouse action. I’d be happy to go on a Disney Cruise, if it’s my only shot at a chocolate fountain and make-your-own-ice-cream-sundae bar. Thankfully, by the time we’ve finally agreed to go cruising, we’ll be well armed with these fantastic tips on how to get the most out of a cruise ship vacation.