15 Jobs Where You Can Work Alone

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There are many jobs available out there for all different people. If you don’t choose a job where you feel you can really thrive, work can seem like a huge stressor. Some people prefer working in environments that allow them to be around people. However, others prefer to work alone. If working by yourself is your ideal work environment, you’re in the right place. Keep reading, I’m going to show you 11 different jobs that allow you to work alone.

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Living In An RV – Save Money And Crush Debt

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living in a camperThere are lots of reasons to consider living in an RV. The best one in my opinion, is that it’s CHEAP. If you have a lot of debt to pay off, or want to save up some big money (cough…down payment…cough) you should consider living in a camper.

RV living can save you hundreds of dollars per month to accelerate your debt repayment and cut years off of your loans, or sock away some serious money. It’s a more complicated and difficult life than living in a house, but if you’re motivated, it can be just the right thing to get your finances under control.

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5 Easy Ways To Start Your Christmas Savings Plan

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Effective personal finance is all about being prepared right?christmas savings plan

We need to be prepared for a layoff, prepared for a major home expense that pops up out of nowhere. If I bail while snowboarding (trying to keep up with friends who are way better than me), I need to be prepared if I’m off work for a month healing.

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43+ Finance Bloggers Reveal Their Biggest Money Mistakes

biggest money mistakesI have been writing here at NinjaBudgeter for two and a half years now. Most of the opinions on this site are my own. Last week however, I was having a conversation with my wife about a big financial mistake we made a few years ago and it got me thinking – I wonder what other blogger’s biggest money mistakes are?

So rather than write another post from my point of view, I went onto a few of my favorite Facebook blogging and finance Facebook groups and asked this question: What’s the worst financial mistake you have ever made?

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How To Make $5000 Fast (Within The Next Couple Of Weeks)

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Make $5000 FastSo you’re a bind and you need to figure out how to make $5000 fast. Maybe your car broke down, maybe renters trashed your house or you’ve got some legal or tax issues. It doesn’t matter why, you’ve got to get your hands on some money, and quick!

The first thing to do is take a deep breath. 5k is a lot of cash and you’re going to have to work your butt off to earn that much quickly.

The good news? It is possible. It’s just not easy. Look at this as an opportunity to learn a new skill and hustle harder than you ever have.

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45 Ways To Cut From Your Budget (When There’s Nothing Left To Cut)

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Shortly after my wife and I were married in 2009 (we just had our 10th anniversary last week :), we found ourselves in a tight spot financially. I was laid off from work, she wasn’t making enough to support our lifestyle and we were in deep financial trouble.

There are few things that will humble a person like looking down the barrel of not being able to pay rent in a months time. Something needed to change.

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How To Make Money Buying And Selling Event Tickets

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If you’ve been reading NinjaBudgeter for a while, you know that I’m a huge fan of flipping. I love the challenge of buying something used and turning it around fast for a profit. I even ran a little appliance flipping side hustle for a while.

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9 Legit Ways To Get Free Internet Access

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Think there’s no way to get free internet access? Think again!

Let’s be real here, the cost of internet service is getting ridiculous. In fact, the average American household now pays $67 for internet. That number is lower in Canada, around $55. Many ISPs start their internet packages at around $50, and they go well up into the 3-digit range from there. As more people get online and speeds continue to increase, prices are only going to go up!

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I Spent $11,000 On A Pilot License While In Debt (And I’d Do It Again)

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is it worth getting a pilot licenseI can hear the anti-debt crusaders charging in my direction already.

How dare you!

Everybody knows that spending money on anything other than the bare essentials of utter foolishness until you’re completely out of debt right? Extreme frugality is the only way to financial independence right?

Easy guys – I’m still with you. Just hear me out.

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What 2019 Has Taught Me So Far

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Well we’re a good way into 2019 now so I thought it might be a good time to write a post on what 2019 has taught me so far.

It’s been a great year and even though we’re only three months in, I’ve grown a lot and am definitely prioritizing differently than I did in 2018. Keep reading to learn what 2019 has taught me so far

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