I use free stuff sites. Nothing better than an email coupon or a free sample arriving via USPS. Here are my favorites:
Thanks to STEEMIT, I am finally able to monetize this blog (which I dedicated blood, sweat, and beer to). So this is my very last post on Typepad. What a long strange trip its been.
BTC Clicks takes up too much of your time.
The Bitmaker Phone App was great until it stopped working on my Android phone.
Mining was making me 1500 Satoshi per day then it dropped to 1100 Satoshi per day.
Faucets also take up too much time. I started doing them in March 2017.
Posting, commenting, and up-voting on STEEMIT is the best way to go by far. In just 2 months I have cashed out $4.52 USD and the screen shot below shows you my potential payouts and growth rate.
Readers may want to check their local thrift stores. Near my town, a thrift store called Caring and Sharing offers volunteers $4 of store credit for each hour volunteered. You can accumulate hours to save up for the item you want.
The work entails placing donated items on shelves and putting a price sticker on them.
Looks like we will be getting a free crock pot!
Run by so-called urban foragers, FallingFruit.org has an interactive map that shows where you can harvest your own fruit -- as well as herbs, nuts and vegetables -- from trees and plants that grow mostly on public lands. You can sort by location or fruit type. Then you can drill down to individual locations to see what type of fruit grows there, when it’s in season, and whether it’s on public or private land. You also can see reviews by other foragers and a street view image courtesy of Google.
Why spend over $500 on Rosetta Stone?
I'm going to save you from $30,000 to $100,000 on this one.
The Internet is full of free learning tools - from online videos, to wikibooks, to PDF documents.
I had my significant other sign up for those and use a work address if needed.
We are doubled down on every deal that comes out!
Don't assume that the local newspaper or Craigslist have the best listings. After talking to a colleague who found a room to rent off Facebook, I started doing my research.
Facebook is the best. It's like word of mouth on steroids. What you need to do is find YOUR LOCAL GROUPS.
I know u didn't do this cause I didn't see you there. Perhaps you were just wage slaving today!
Bottling Volunteers Needed
Thursday, 12/10 bottling:
9AM - 4PM
* Wine samples, lunch @ noon-ish,
and two bottles will be provided.
2015 Traditional Mead
A semi-sweet wine with honeycomb character
and dried grass notes.
Crafted with 100% raw Alfalfa/Clover honey
Sourced from Salida's own beekeeper, Jamie Johnston of The Beekeeper's Honey Boutique.
Friday, 12/11 bottling:
8AM - Noon
* Wine samples and two bottles
will be provided.
2014 Vino Vermouth di Salida
Our Bianco and Extra Dry versions of Colorado Vermouth, crafted in conjunction with Wood's High Mountain Distillery!
This is Colorado's First Vermouth in History!!!
Black Muscat fortified with our herbal/spiced clear brandy.
17.5% Alc. by Volume