Surviving on Shoestrings: Real Easy Cash Back Shopping

Real Easy Cash Back ShoppingOctober 27, 2014:  Real Easy Cash Back Shopping does actually exists.    Honestly it does, but it took me a while to find it – so I hope I’m saving you the hassle of the hunt today.  I looked into  things that said ‘cash back rebates’ and well, most all of them  took so many twists, turns and convoluted explanations that I just wasn’t sure they were real.  Can you relate?  If that’s you and you’ve been there… you’ve looked into cash back shopping or cash back rebates and been kind of  taken aback by how very complicated they become – you’ll be excited to listen to my guest Frank Atkins explain this  FREE way to get real, easy cash back for buying things we already buy!

Find out how to start earning REAL cash back at http://www.EarnCashRebates.com.   I began using this way of shopping and have already received cash back on things from bed sheets to car parts! I’m surprisingly thrilled with it thus far! And it’s FREE to join!

Yes, seriously you can start saving back real cash each time you shop (even at discount clubs that already offer bulk savings and discount sites like Wayfair and more) and after you’ve save money with them you can still put cash into your account and begin building your stash of cash back.

With a simple tool bar to  keep you from forgetting and virtual ‘savings account’ just for shopping for things from toilet paper to cell phone service (yeah that one caught my ear too – cash back each month for paying a bill I already pay? – Yes!) you can pocket real cash rebates on top of savings already offered.  And this one is easy not complicated like so many of the others out there.

Visit http://www.EarnCashRebates.com and you’ll see this FREE and easy way  you can start seeing your real cash back rebate potential.

 

Best Blessings & EnJOY the show,

Donna Miller

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Surviving on Shoestrings: When adult children move back home

AdultChildrenMoveBackHomeAugust 5, 2013: Just when you thought the nest was empty – a fledgling lands back on the doorstep.  More and more young adults are finding that it’s become harder to find work after college and thus they move back home.  There is a lot of adjusting from both sides (the parent and the now adult children) that is required to make this work.  The Boomerang Generation has challenges of their own while their parents face another adult in the house.  Listen to hear some ideas to avoid tension and save relationships when the adult children move back home.

This show sponsored by PREPARE Magazine & Millers Grain House

Email Donna with ideas and suggestions at:  SurvivingOnShoestrings@gmail.com