Hey! You've gotten pretty good at your hobby, and everybody says you'd make some real money at it if you tried. But should you?
What do you get for the person who makes everything? More crafting tools and supplies!
The gap between making and consuming keeps widening, but making more of what you consume can lead to a richer life.
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A useful tactic for dealing with those who think you need to spend more, a luxury eccentricity helps deflect criticism while allowing you to indulge.
Lately many Californians have been heading to the rivers and streams to prospect for gold. The increase in people taking up this activity has some newspapers writing about "the new
There are countless ways to raise your income, besides the obvious one of getting a job. Here are a few categories, and a few suggestions.
A while ago an article on Wise Bread talked about how complaining via a letter works much more effectively than complaining with phone calls. This made me think about all the othe
That’s part of a quote from a great Martin Scorcese movie – The Color Of Money. Certainly not in my top 10, it has Tom Cruise in it after all, but it had some sparkling dialogue fr
Hobbies generally end up in the expense category. Depending on the hobby, you may be paying for equipment, supplies, books and magazines, classes, training--the list goes on.
In these days of mass-production and Wal-Mart's low prices and lower standards, it's great to see handmade artifacts making a comeback. [more]
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