I’m running out of things of my own that I can actually sell. I’m wondering if people would buy any of the stuff the guy who lived here before me left behind?! I found another interesting way of making money by buying things from Goodwill or other thrift stores for cheap, turning around and selling them for a profit. It’s something to consider…
I made a large payment on my student loans yesterday thanks to the $500 I won in the College Affordability contest. I’m just waiting on Sallie Mae to process the payment to update my progress…I can’t wait!
A few weeks back, I won this Pintester t-shirt through a forum contest on that blog. I guess I should start testing more pins! Maybe, somehow, I could make some money doing it?
I entered two rafflecopter giveaway contests for $100 and $999. Come on luck!
My husband insists I purchase $20 worth of Powerball tickets for today’s drawing. I really don’t want to because I know we won’t win. I very much dislike gambling and playing the lottery because I’m usually the unluckiest person ever when it comes to random drawings. I usually don’t win anything unless it’s submitting my own work to be chosen amongst a few. Where’s the fun in throwing $20 out the window? How do you feel about playing the lottery and gambling?
I found out that uPromise rewards can only be claimed quarterly. Kind of disappointed. I have another $21.88 waiting to be applied to my student loans but have to wait until March. My eRewards balance is about $72 now and I’m hoping to get to the $120 rewards balance to claim a $50 reward towards my student loans before March. Bring on the surveys!