25 Apr 2012 | Stefanie | No comments |
Here are some innovative people who are using creative ideas to make some spare cash from a cool blog post at MSN:
This is 2012, and people no longer need to earn a living through traditional avenues. There are still carpenters, grocery clerks and bankers, yes, though today more than any other time there are other ways to earn a paycheque.
18 Apr 2012 | Stefanie | No comments |
We’re saving people time with their business, so thought this might be a helpful post we found at MSN to save you a bit of cash as well:
Today, there are no amateurs of the supermarket. Indeed, every uncle, grandmother and housekeeper claims to be an expert on how best to save at the grocery store, and thanks to shows like ‘Extreme Couponing,’ it’s now in vogue to shove that savvy down the throat of anyone nearby.
05 Apr 2012 | Stefanie | No comments
Wishing you and yours a happy and healthy Easter Weekend. Easter is the season of Easter eggs and bunnies. But it is also the time for reflection and to renew your faith and welcome the beginning of spring – and new beginnings in general.
And where would we be if I didn’t help you overload on chocolate this Easter Season, so please check out my blog for a delicious, easy, Velvety Chocolate Cream Pie from Hershey’s! It’s Jarrod’s birthday this weekend and I’m going to try this recipe out on him, he never seems to have a problem with being a guinea pig for my cooking experiments. Try it yourself and let me know how it goes!
03 Apr 2012 | Stefanie | No comments
In a recent article by Laura Hazard Owen, Large book publishers’ most recent earnings reports reflect a new normal: Revenues are roughly flat, but profits are up—in large part due to e-books.
In the 2011 Bertelsmann annual report released this week, Random House said it has nearly 40,000 titles available as e-books worldwide, and while revenues were down for the year, “operating EBIT was higher year on year, especially in the United States. This rise was helped by continued cost-cutting measures and lower return rates in North America and the United Kingdom due to increased e-book sales.”