Not Making It With Your Take Home Pay?
Nobody likes to take on extra work to make ends meet, but making a house payment or being able to pay for bills and food is a great motivator. According to MSN money, there are a few things you can do to help ease the pain of being broke all the time, and they’re pretty reasonable and easy. I love hearing the stories of people finding money in things they bought at a yard sale, or the item they bought turns out to be some rare piece of art worth millions. I don’t get mad or jealous of other people’s good fortune, I applaud it. One of my favorite stories is about some ungrateful grand kids who were having a yard sale after their grandmother passed away. One old friend of the deceased stopped by the yard sale, and couldn’t help but notice how badly the grand kids were talking about their late grandmother. They complained about how she treated them, and how she left them all this junk that they were now selling, or trying to sell. The old friend didn’t say anything, she walked around the tables, and found a couple of old books she knew her friend loved. After paying 50 cents a piece for the books, she started to walk off when she noticed a slight bulge in the spines of the books. Staying out of sight of the grand kids, she proceded to pull twelve hundred dollars out of each book. Her first thought was to tell the the grand kids, but remembering how they were bad mouthing her, she just smiled and went and bought all the books on the table, all stuffed with twelve hundred dollars. The lady talked to other neighbors who went to the yard sale later on, and found out that they heard the grand kids talking badly about the women as well, and they too found money in purses and clothing The grand kids made close to a thousand dollars at the yard sale, but they’ll never know how much they could have had. Karma is a….