Tag Archives: Leap of Faith

Making a Living without a Conventional Job

This one’s for those of you that are thinking of taking your own leap of faith and making a living without a conventional job. Living this life isn’t always easy. It’s different, so it’s not understood and questioned, a lot. … Continue reading






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Friday Links

NOTE: So I thought I published this last week but apparently didn’t. Sorry it’s a little late. My goal for this weekend is to move the posts from here to the Dizana site. If you are a subscriber to this blog, you … Continue reading






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Leap of Faith: A Progress Report

Image Spark It’s been a little over two years since I learned that I was losing my full-time job and decided to take my leap of faith. These last couple of years have been a time of major change for … Continue reading






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Shopping: Change your Perspective

This weekend, while catching up on my blog reading, I came across this post at Get Rich Slowly, that made me really stop and think about the way that I shop and acquire stuff. A lot of the comments on … Continue reading






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Shopping with Rewards

As I mentioned in my New Year’s post, I am aiming to take advantage of various points systems to purchase stuff that’s not a need. I haven’t started the year very well. I’ve already purchased several items that aren’t must-haves. … Continue reading






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Using MyPoints for Unnecessary Purchases

MyPoints is a website similar to Swagbucks that rewards you for reading email, printing and using coupons, performing internet searches and more. I’ve been a member since March of 2008 and during that time I have earned over 28,000 points. Using … Continue reading






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Catalog Choice

Have you ever received a catalog in the mail and browsed through it to find an item that you suddenly can’t live without? You didn’t know about this item five minutes ago, but now you’re on the internet entering your … Continue reading






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Books on a Budget

I am a bit of a bookworm. I love a good book; what I love even more is a free book. There are several ways to get that reading fix for free or nearly free. Your Local Library Digital Books … Continue reading






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Selling to Consignment Shops

As I mentioned in a previous post, I am attempting to create a working closet, with fewer items that can be mixed into multiple outfits. When going through my closet, I determined that I have a lot of clothes that … Continue reading






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Fighting Allergies

  A few years ago, after seeing Dr. Oz talk about the neti pot on Oprah, I decided to give it a try. Since then, I have become a big fan. If you suffer from allergies, or have a cold, … Continue reading






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