Friday Night Likes

Another great week has passed us by. Next week is going to be filled with a lot of action. First there’s Thanksgiving and then there’s “knock down the other person before they get the last one” day. I can’t wait.

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If you’re not happy with your life then do something a change it. There’s no reason to live an unhappy life. Start your change now!

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Now on to the Likes:

@GRSblog Emergency Fund vs. Debt Snowball- What’s the Top Priority

@OutOfYourRut Surviving Unemployment – One Woman’s Story

@viktantry Taking Risks While You’re Young

CJAnyasor Experience is Nothing

@JWhite 10 Life Lessons I’ve Learned in My First 30 Years

@Yakezie The Best Personal Finance Blog

@MoneyCrush Finding Work You Enjoy

@SmartOnMoney Retiring Wealthy On An Average Salary- The Story Of The Persevering Parking Attendant

@DanielPacker How to Use Personal Finance to Make Friends

@InvestItWisely Challenging Your Thoughts and Beliefs

@Money_Reasons Being a Genius Doesn’t Equal Success In Real Life

@PunchDebt Daily cost

@Financial Samurai Fixing The Airlines Industry

@frugalzeitgeist IS ARGUING GOOD FOR RELATIONSHIP

@ButLikeBuffett How To Start An Investment Club

@NealFrankle Laid Off- How People Survive

Friday Cool Links @BitRebels

Play That T-Shirt- Electronic Music Synthesizer

FlyRad- The New Cool In… Odd Transportation

Tech Fashion- Style and Life Saving Function

 Pillow Remote

World’s First Holographic Concert

Lululemon- The Hoodie That Converts Into A Pillow

Have a great weekend and think about starting something you always wanted to do.

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Money Reasons

Thanks for the mention, nice looking list you have here!

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Kevin

Keep up the great articles

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Invest It Wisely

Thanks for mentioning my post!

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Forest

Sorry bit late here, thanks for the mention :)

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Angela J. Shirley

Happy 2012 Everyone!!!

Just a quick update on my story and hope to hear your story :) @OutOfYourRut Surviving Unemployment – One Woman’s Story

Today was a day of “realization” of what “miracles” are!

Yes, I have been battling with “believing” since 2008 (laid off for the 3rd time) and at age 54 this year I had my personal miracle. Yes, there have been miracles throughout my life – ones I was not paying attention to/lol.

This one I did!!!! Why?

The power cord to the second-hand laptop I had been “blessed” with this January 2012 decided to act up, just when I do not have it in my budget to replace it. With the battery being old, I have to stay hooked up at the local library I go to use their free wifi. It was about 1 week of stressing myself and my daughter out over finding a replacement and the cost attached.

LOL, just when I had resolved myself to going back to using the library’s free computers for 3 hours each day if they are available – the power cord now works.

Now that is a “miracle” and of course the enemy tried to tell me each day I hooked it up that it would not work.

Thank you Jesus for not giving up on me even when I had.

Now your turn…

Be Blessed,
Angela J. Shirley
Blog: How To Survive Unemployment
Virtual Assistant Site: Whatever Needs To Be Done, Inc.

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