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Friday, April 28, 2017

Friendly Fill-Ins 21 April 2017

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1. A book I would like to see made into a movie is Final Departure by Jeff Walton.

The author, Jeff Walton, sent us a copy to read so that we could write a review.  Final Departure is the story of a Christian who encounters an atheist in an airport. One of the things they discuss is Near Death Experiences (NDE).  

The book builds slowly towards a climax and once I got to the turning point in the book, this old redneck had tears in his eyes.  I think it would make a great movie.

Dog Company would make a great movie, too.

2. If I could afford a billboard, it would say wake up America before it is too late.

On this one, I am talking about euthanasia.  It appears that many states are on the verge of allowing euthanasia.  Don’t get me wrong, I believe a person should have the right to choose assisted suicide if they are in so much pain that they can’t stand it and death is imminent.  However, we have seen reports from countries like Denmark, where euthanasia is legal, where people are put to death against their will.  One woman was begging the doctors not to.

Let’s not go there.  

3. I have a hard time understanding what passes for modest these days..

We actually see women going to church in outfits that would have gotten them locked up for indecent exposure years ago   We live in a world where many women and young girls seem to believe that all there is to them is how they look and so, they try their best to  expose all they can.

We were actually going to a play at the local college (these are often free events.) when Suzanne saw a woman making sure her shirt was pulled down low enough to show all she could.  This is crazy.  It is bad enough for women to dress like this out in public anywhere, but in church!?!

Most holiness churches still believe in dressing modestly.  We have seen it (immodest dress) in the Catholic churches as well as the Baptist and others.  Two different ends of the fundamental spectrum.

4. I really enjoy making videos.

Suzanne and I like making them, even if some others don’t like them.
If the How to Manage Your Monkey series of videos and related blog posts reach even one person positively, I will count that as a complete success.  I pray that God will make the course a success but that HE is the only judge of what success is in this case.

During my first round of college, I majored in media arts.  All I wanted to do was be a sound engineer.  But, to get the degree at the university level, I had to take photography, film making, animation, script writing, and sound recording.  

This was taught from an arts frame of mind rather than a technical frame of mind.  I am a very technical person.  I see things from a technical point of view.  It is difficult for me to see things from an arts point of view.

Once, I had an assignment where I chose my subject to be an historic house in Columbia, South Carolina.  It was the Howe House.  Directly in front of the house was a four lane road.  The house was just a few feet from the road. In order to get the house in a picture, I had to take the picture from an odd angle.  

All the other guys in my class were of the art frame of mind.  That is, they did not understand the technical aspects so much as trying to read meaning into the picture.  

There were all sorts of comments on this that were just so totally off base.  When I was asked why I took the picture from the angle I did, I was honest and said, “I didn’t want to get hit by a bus.”  I got a AC on the project.  A for technical and C for artistic.

On a later project, I was supposed to take a black and white photo with people in the picture.  I was home for the weekend in Iva, South Carolina.  I was walking around town and happened upon Mr. Shirley, the owner of the local dime store.  He was sitting in an old cane bottom chair out in front of the dime store.  I took his picture.

Since the photo was in black and white and since the only paper I had had a slight sepia tone to it, and there was loose gravel in front of the store, it looked like an old picture on a dirt road from way back when.

I was running late, I printed the picture in the dark room and ran it through the dryer.  I was finishing up the mounting of the picture when I notice, oh no!

I had printed the negative backwards.  The words on the signs in the store window were backwards.  Too late to fix it, I presented the backwards photo to the class.

The professor looked at it and had the class critique it.  Everyone noticed it was printed backwards.  As it passed around the room, I can’t tell you all the oddball comments it got.  But, the last guy, who I always thought was way to critical of everything said, “I think David is trying to say that this is a step backward in time.”  He uses the backward images to show us it is a step back.”  I said, “That’s right, that is exactly what I was trying to say.”  I got an AA for the print.  All due to a mistake.

I have never had an original idea in my life and even that statement is not original.  But, sometimes mistakes work out.  To quote the A-Team, “I just love it when a plan comes together.”


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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Book Review: 175 Best Superfood Blender Recipes

We were sent a review copy of 175 Best Superfood Blender Recipesso that we could try it out and see what we thought about the book.



If you have just gotten your Nutribullet and are looking for great things to try out, this book is for you.  There are smoothie recipes galore.   This book has a little bit of everything.  There are kid-friendly recipes, smoothies, soups, dips, and more.



We really love our NutriBullet and 175 Best Superfood BlenderRecipes makes a great companion to it.  We plan on trying most of these recipes. 


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Guest Post: May is National Smile Month

Is A Bad Bite Only About Your Smile?

5 Long-Term Health Consequences
If Your Teeth Don’t Line Up Right

With May being National Smile Month, people with significant bite issues aren’t always that enthused about showing off their pearly whites.

Maybe it’s crooked teeth that have thrown your bite out of whack.

Maybe you suffered an injury, or perhaps the cause is dental work that wasn’t quite right.

Whatever the reason behind a bad bite, pain is usually the result.

“And that’s too bad because having a great smile can improve a person’s  self esteem and confidence,” says Dr. Jamie Reynolds, an orthodontist, national and international lecturer and author of “World Class Smiles Made in Detroit” (www.AskDrReynolds.com).

A bad bite leads to more than a reluctance to smile, Reynolds says. Overall dental health is affected. Here are a few of the long-term consequences when teeth don’t line up quite right:

• Tooth pain. A bite that is off by a fraction of a millimeter can cause tooth pain. Improperly adjusted dental work can irritate a nerve. Tooth pain from these factors usually happens quickly and is usually the result of trauma or dental work. It’s important to have the eventual position of the tooth corrected to prevent long-term issues.

• Jaw-joint (TMJ) pain. The jaw joint is made up of two bony parts: the temporal bone in the skull and the lower jaw (the mandible). Put the temporal bone and the mandible together, and you get the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Occasionally trauma to the joint can create a crackling or popping sound when you open or close your jaw. For most people, that’s no big deal, Reynolds says. But, if you have a hard time opening your jaw, can’t open it at all, or have significant pain during jaw movement, you should be evaluated for TMJ problems.

• Muscular pain. Muscular pain is the most common finding in people with jaw-joint problems and is largely responsible for the pain associated with many headaches.

• Tooth wear. Your teeth function as a chewing machine. And, just as with any other machine, the parts need to fit together properly to prevent premature wear. Over time, teeth can wear so that the inside part of the tooth becomes exposed. Once tooth wear progresses to a certain point, significant dental work and orthodontics are necessary to correct the problem. Preventing significant tooth wear before it happens is the best approach.

• Gum wear. Not only will teeth that aren’t aligned correctly begin to wear prematurely, the gums and supporting bone will, too. Notching of the teeth near the gum line and wearing away of the gum tissue are common in people over 30 whose bite is off. Gum recession and tooth notching can be painful as well as difficult and expensive to fix. Again, prevention by correcting your bite early is the best option.
Some people’s bad bites catch up with them when they are in their 20s. For others those bad bites won’t create significant problems until they are in their 60s.
“But eventually your bite will catch up with you,” Reynolds says. “Dealing with bite issues proactively is much less painful, less labor intensive, and less expensive than dealing with bite problems later.”

About Dr. Jamie Reynolds
Dr. Jamie Reynolds (www.AskDrReynolds.com) is recognized on an annual basis as one of
the top orthodontists in metro Detroit. His book, “World Class Smiles Made in Detroit,” puts an emphasis on the many benefits of having a great smile. Reynolds – who is a national and international lecturer on high-tech digital orthodontics and practice management – attended the University of Michigan for both his undergrad education and dental studies, and did his orthodontic residency at the University of Detroit-Mercy.




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How To Manage Your Monkey Raise the Bridge



Inthis case, raising the bridge means to increase your income, even if it is only by a little bit or temporary.  The
following are some examples of ways to do this.


Not all of these will work for everyone.
We hope that this listing will help prompt you to think of ways you can earn a little extra money.


Mystery Shopping:  We mention this one first because it really worked for us.  However, there are a lot of scams out there, so you have to be very careful about what you do.  To start with, no one is going to send you a check up front for any job you are asked to do.
NO ONE. 

One really big scam out there works like this:
A person is asked to send some basic, benign information like phone number, address, etc., and then the person is sent a check to cash.  The check looks and seems legitimate.  It is usually drawn on a company that the
person has heard of. 

The person is asked to cash the check, and then keep a certain amount to be their
fee.  They are asked to go to a particular
Western Union or Moneygram location and send the money to a particular person.

Supposedly, they are mystery shopping the Western Union or Moneygram location.  Soon the check is discovered to be bogus.  The person who cashed the check will be faced with overdraft fees as well as having to replace the money they sent to the person on the other end of the Western Union or Moneygram.   By then, the receiver is untraceable.

The person who cashed the check might actually get arrested, as was the case for one
person we ran into.  Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

There is a variation of this where the person is offered money to have their vehicle
wrapped with the logo of a well-known company and then they will be paid mileage for driving around.

Usually there is a sense of urgency because the company wants to have the vehicle
wrapped before some upcoming sporting or other event, like a regional gun show.

The person will be sent a check for a large amount and asked to cash it and then
send it via Western Union or Moneygram to the graphic design team who will come
out in a few days and wrap the vehicle.

There are scores of legitimate companies out there.  You can find a great many of these through MSPA
(Mystery Shopping Providers Association).

You can find legitimate mystery shopping jobs through them.  You can also pay a small fee to become certified through them.

Don’t expect to get rich.  However, if you only accept jobs that pay you enough to make it worth your while, you can make money.  

For instance, we were given a route of banks to mystery shop at $25-50 each.
This took us through several small towns.  Along the way, we mystery shopped several
restaurants.  If we had only conducted the mystery shops at the restaurants, we could not have afforded the gas we spent for the trip.

Since we were going to be in that area of the restaurant anyway, it really cost us
nothing to mystery shop the restaurants, other than our time.  And, we got reimbursed for the money we spent
on the food.


Merchandising: Kind of related to mystery
shopping is merchandising.  Companies who
need to have small jobs performed that would be too costly or time consuming,
or even just too expensive for them to conduct themselves will hire a
merchandising company like
Spar to have individuals go into
stores where their merchandise is displayed and service it.

Many
retail stores have countless lines from multiple manufactures.  There is only so much time in a day that
store employees can spend on any one product line.  Therefore the manufactures will hire a
merchandising company go into the stores and work their displays.

We
worked for numerous prepaid phone companies who wanted to have their phone
displays updated.  They would hire a
merchandising company to go in and work their displays.  The merchandising company would hire
individuals at a flat rate.  We would go
into the stores, work their displays and take a picture showing the before and
after of our work.


Notary Public:  This one worked well for us, too.  We paid a fee to the state to become a notary
public.  We went through one of the
online notary services that sent us the seal, the logbook, took care of the
registration, and sent us a book about the responsibilities of a notary. 




We
bought two magnetic signs for our car and had business cards printed.  We visited several mom-and-pop stores in our
area and let them know about our service.

When
someone asked the store owner about a notary, they would call us and we would
drive to the store, notarize the documents, and collect our fee.  Some owners wanted a cut of the fee, but most
only wanted to help their customers.

Errands:  We never tried this one.  However, some people make money by running
errands for people.  Things like picking
up packages at the post office, or running to pay a bill for someone are
examples of this service.

Personal
Shopper:  Some people love to shop.  Others hate it.  For those that hate it, many are willing to
pay someone else to do it.  This kind of
shopping can include going to the local big box store and picking up
groceries.  It can also include such
things as going to the higher end stores and picking up clothing.  Some people hate to try to pick out a gift
for someone and are more than happy to pay someone else to do it.

Some
busy people are willing to pay a little extra to avoid having to go to the
store themselves.  In some cases, a
person who has a discount card with a particular store will shop for the items,
use coupons, loyalty cards sales, and rebates.  They will then charge a service fee and
provide the item at its regular price.

Gift Baskets:  Some people have found that they can custom
assemble gift baskets.  They take small
items that they pay a little for, put them in a well-designed basket arrangement,
and sell the basket at a profit.  Some
people make baskets for a neighborhood welcoming committee where they take
coupons and small promotional items and place them in a gift basket.

CheckPoints, ShopKick: These two apps, and we are sure there will be more like them
soon, pay you to use your smartphone to scan items in your local store.  The app will give you a list of items that
they need to verify are actually in that store.
Sometimes you are given points for walking in the store. 
When
you scan the bar code on the correct item, points are added to your account.  Once you accumulate enough points to qualify
for a payout from these apps, you can request the payout. 

These
apps payout with gift cards to Amazon, Walmart, Paypal, or other places.  The gift card choices vary, so check the app.

Checkpoints
can be found at
https://www.checkpoints.com/ our referral code is celticmama36

ShopKick can
be found at
http://get.shopkick.com/parsley59692

By using these
links and/or referral codes, we get points towards our next reward. 


Direct
Sales: Avon, Mary Kay, Tupperware, and other companies like them have
traditionally sold their products door-to-door, or as some people call it,
belly-to-belly.  The idea is that some
people prefer to shop face-to-face in the comfort of their own home. A
representative will drop off a catalog and the person can choose what they like
and order it from the representative. 

We
sold Avon for a while and found that placing magnetic signs on the car and
keeping plenty of brochures on hand were the key.  Recently, the company has been through some
corporate changes and they are having a problem keeping items in stock.  Hopefully things will get back to normal.
Programs
like Tupperware can work that way, but have been traditionally sold through the
party concept.  A person will host a party
with the expectation that sales from their party will earn them free gifts.

When
we were back in South Carolina, this worked well for us because we could pick
up the product at the local distribution center.  Once we moved to Texas, the area was starving
for a Tupperware representative. However, we could not make a profit because
the shipping charges were too steep.
Your results may be different.

Multi-level
Marketing: Supposedly, multi-level marketing is similar to direct sales.  The idea is that you are recruiting others to
sell your product, or are you? We sold Amway for a while and did well as far as
selling the product goes.  The idea is
that you will be a good business person and buy from yourself.  Then, you will recruit others who will buy
from themselves and sell to friends and relatives. 

These
recruits will then want to recruit more people who will buy from themselves and
sell to friends and relatives. We think you get the point. 

Although
there is money to be had in the sale of the product, most people focus on the
recruiting aspect instead of sales.  We
sold Amway for a while and did quite well with the sale of the actual
product.  We found that many people were
interested in the products.

The
only reason we stopped was a change of jobs and that Suzanne got pregnant. We
could no longer service our customers with the level of quality we expected
from ourselves. 
Amway  ($62 to $99.99) amway.com
Enrich
Unicity  enriching lives.com ($40 in USA)

Newspaper Route: Many years ago, we bought a
small, very fuel efficient car.  It was
great on gas. 
We decided that we could
make money by taking on a paper route. We took two routes that were side by
side and built up the routes by getting more subscribers. The only real down
side was having to get out and collect for the papers. The key here is to work
with a newspaper that will get subscribers to pay in advance. 



The
great part of the job was that we are normally night people and the hours were
perfect. The routes were great and most of our customers were wonderful.  They even gave tips and gifts at Christmas.

We
increased our profits by providing outstanding customer service.  We also put Avon and Tupperware books in the
newspapers along our route.  We only had
one complaint about this.

We
did so well with this we were hired by the newspaper as a district manager and
a telemarketer.  The paper fired us the
day they found out Suzanne was pregnant.

Blogging/YouTube: For us the jury is still out
on this.  However, there are countless
people who make large sums of money by blogging, vlogging, and making YouTube
videos.  The key to this is to find a
proper niche in which you have some type of expertise.  Then, get advertisements.  There are countless books on the
subject.  Also, there are tutorials on
YouTube about how to do this. 

The
way to monetize your blogs and YouTube videos is to create content that people
want to see or read.  Then, you need to
get these same people to actually watch the advertisements that are played just
before your video.  Or, they need to be
interested enough in a banner or text ad to click on that advertisement and
make a purchase. 

Get Paid to Search: Sites like Swagbucks and
Bing will give you points for searching the web using their search engine.  You can also earn points on Swagbucks by
watching videos and taking surveys.
Points can be converted into gift cards with places like Amazon and
Walmart. Sometimes you can earn PayPal credits as well.

Get Paid to Take Surveys:  I think everyone of us has been sucked into
the vortex that comes from clicking on those advertisements that say “Get Paid
to Take Surveys” then, you keep taking them and taking them with no
payout.  However, there are legitimate
places where you can earn a few cents, up to a few dollars, just for taking
surveys.  Amazon mTurk gives you the
security of a top company like Amazon that makes sure you get paid for your
efforts.

The
pay isn’t great, just a few cents or so for five minutes of your time.  But, it does add up.  We earned enough from mTurk one month to pay
the light bill. 

Write ebooks: We have seen the claims
about how one can make thousands of dollars by writing ebooks.  We have also read countless ebooks about how
to produce one or two ebooks per day by paying writers in other places like the
Philippines to write books for you. 

For
most of these ebooks, the quality is very low.
But, for many, the price is low, too, so those making the purchase have
not lost much. Amazon does have a refund policy that makes risking the 99¢ or
so much more palatable.

If
you have a great book idea, you can write it and try to find a publisher.  You then may have to suffer through rejection
letter after rejection letter.  Or, you
can self-publish at no cost.  Zig Ziglar
took the chance on his first book, See You at the Top, and it became a best
seller.  Then, publishers were beating a
path to his door. 


Create courses for uDemy: This is something we are
currently working on.  Chances are very
good that you are reading this through uDemy.
If you have a skill that can be taught, you may be able to turn it into
a marketable course via uDemy.

Baby Sit: We live in a world where it
is almost impossible to find reliable childcare.  When parents can find a place that will work
for them, chances are good that the center is full and booked well ahead into
the future.

There
are many people who make a little extra money by watching other people’s
children after school, when they are too sick to go to school or daycare, or
when the parent cannot get the child into daycare due to scheduling or heavy
enrollment levels. 

Take in a boarder
(roommate):
This
one might not be for everyone.  And, it
is one that involves certain risks.  If
you have young children that might be exposed to a boarder or roommate, there
are risks.  Also, there may be extra
insurance costs and government regulations that are involved, but it might work
for you.

There
are services like
AirBnB that allow potential
landlords or hosts to link up with paying customers. 

Ebay:  Many people start with Ebay by selling an unwanted
item or two.  Soon, they are scouring the
local thrift stores, second hand shops, and yard sales searching for items to
sell on Ebay.  There are countless books
available on how to sell on Ebay.
Sellers
pay a small fee for each item listed.
When it sells, if it sells, the seller will also pay a small commission
on the sale.

Some
people make a good living using Ebay and/or selling local using Craigslist and
other similar services.  Be careful with
meeting anyone face-to-face or giving anyone on the internet your address.  It works well for some.

Etsy: Etsy started out as a place
where someone who handmade items could sell to people who wanted to have
handmade items, but didn’t have the skill, the time, or just plain didn’t want
to do it.  However, recently they have
allowed items that have been manufactured commercially to be sold via their
service.

Sellers
pay a small listing fee for each item listed.
When the item sells, the seller pays a small commission on the sale as
well.

Hobbies: Hobbies such as photography,
pottery, and gardening can all be turned into money-making activities.  If you have a hobby, chances are good there
is someone out there willing to pay for what you produce.  Suzanne is a professional photographer.  There are numerous websites out there
dedicated to selling digital photographs as stock images.

If
you can start plants from seeds or cuttings, you may be able to start plants
and sell them to nurseries and greenhouses in your area that cannot keep up with
the demand.

Tax Preparation: Big name tax prep services
like H & R Block and Jackson Hewitt offer classes each year in tax
preparation.  They hire some of their
students.  Other students will work for
other tax services or hang out their own shingles and prepare taxes.  With today’s modern software, it isn’t that
difficult to prepare someone else’s taxes.
It just may be a bit time consuming and nerve wracking.

Bookkeeping:  There are numerous small businesses out there
that need someone to take the receipts they accumulate during the year and put
them in a form that can be used by their accountant or tax preparer. If you are
comfortable with spreadsheet programs, this may be a choice for you.

Lawn Care/Landscaping: If you have a lawnmower and
a few basic tools, you can start a little side job mowing other people’s grass
and performing basic yard care services.
If you have even greater skills, you may add landscaping and gardening
to the mix.  Print you a few business
cards and pass them out. 

In a
small town, mowing a yard might fetch $50+.
In a more upscale area, even a small yard could bring in $200 or
more.  You just need to know what the
market will bear.

There
are new ways to make money every day.
Just be sure that whatever you do, you keep yourself and your loved ones
safe.  There are services like Uber where
you can drive people to their desired destination during your spare time when
it works out for you.  However, you must
keep yourself safe. 

You
never know if the person on the other side of the transaction is on the up and
up or not.  Even if the person’s profile
checks out, it is always possible that the profile was hacked and you now have
some type of serial killer in the back seat.
Stay safe!  No amount of money is
worth your life or the life of someone you love. 

Sarah Titus was once living in a
women’s shelter.  She was able to get out
of that situation and into a place of her own by working every angle she
could.  One angle was finding discarded
items, reconditioning them, and selling them.
She also shopped yard sales and listings where people were selling items
before they moved.  She would resell
these items at a profit.

The
blog
Financial Panther tells of a young lawyer who fought hard to pay off
his student loan debt in two and a half years.
He did this by living frugally and working several side hustles, as he
called them.  One of these side hustles
was to work as a bike messenger when he wasn’t working as a lawyer. 

Don’t
overlook the idea of having a yard or garage sale where you sell items that
have been given to you by friends and relatives. You may be able to have one
every few months, depending on the laws in your area. 

You
may also find odd jobs housesitting and pet sitting. 

We
have attempted here to provide some ideas of ways to earn a few additional
dollars.  Most of the ones mentioned can
be started for a small investment or even no money.  Hopefully, we have given you some ideas that
will work for you. 

You
can use that extra money to balance your budget, pay off some bills, and
hopefully restore order to your life.

An interesting
article we read about making a little extra money at home can be found at:


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