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    SWITCHING your schedule is one easy trick to help save money on your energy bill. TikToker and cleaning enthusiast, Amanda, shared with her TikTok family just how simple this step is, and cost-effective. 1Amanda has over 101,000 followers on TikTok sharing cleaning adviceCredit: amanda_cleans Amanda, who goes by amanda_cleans on the platform, has tons of informative videos detailing everything cleaning. She shares things like cleaning hacks, cheaper cleaning products, and information on off-peak hours. Amanda recently posted a video revealing all of the tasks she performs once off-peak hours start. Since her peak hours ended at 9am, Amanda used that time to complete all the tasks that require energy. Read More on Energy SavingCUTTING COSTS I lowered by energy bill by more than $300 per month with this tweakNO CONNECTION Americans warned not to turn off WiFi as electricity bills soar by $1,328 She plugged her water cooler back in Did laundry Refilled her soda stream bottles Started making bread with her bread machine Washed dishes from the morning What are off-peak hours?...
    ACCORDING to one psychologist, your preference for one side of the bed is wired into you – and it can reveal other aspects of your personality. Whether you sleep on the left side of the bed or the right can reflect your creativity, how grounded you are, and how much money you're likely to earn, the expert said. 1The side of the bed you prefer could reveal info about your personality, experts saidCredit: Getty Ryan and Daniel Omoto host the podcast Just the Nobodys, and in a clip from a recent episode shared on TikTok, they discussed the work of psychologist Hope Bastine. Daniel explained the phenomenon to his brother Ryan, describing Bastine's work in detail. "Psychologist and sleep expert Hope Bastine found in studies that the side of the bed you decide to sleep on actually tells a lot about who you are as a person," Daniel said. "She said that the people who sleep on the left side are actually more cheerful, confident, and are harder workers than people who sleep on the right," Daniel revealed. READ MORE:...
    TERESA Greenway was taking any job she could find in 2014, until she realized there was value in her favorite hobby, baking sourdough. Since then, the mom of ten has grown an online business netting more than $300,000. 1Teresa Greenway, 63, has created over 13 videos for online class website UdemyCredit: The Baking Network Teresa learned several lessons along the way. She had a rocky return to work, telling Grow: “I felt like I didn’t have anything to offer to the workforce." That same year, during an online coaching class called “Smart Women Make Money," it was pointed out to Teresa that her passion could be her next career move. This was when things turned around for her. Read More in MoneyGIVE ME CREDIT I made $100k in months with easy side hustle - a bad experience inspired meI'M A HUSTLER BABY I've gone from claiming benefits to making $1.4m from a side hustle From baking at home, to launching her first online course, and even to publishing how-to books, Teresa has advice for those looking to make money online....
    Welcome to the Wednesday episode of “The David Hookstead Show.” On today’s episode, we’re talking about Enes Kanter ripping celebrities for choosing money from China over human rights, Cincinnati breaks into the top four of the College Football Playoff rankings, James Franklin signs a monster 10-year extension, Mike Gundy goes on amazing rant about Thanksgiving side dishes, Lane Kiffin gives a very rational take on football rivalries, Wisconsin stuns Houston and “Yellowstone” continues to put up absurd TV ratings. Let’s jump in! TOPICS: NBA Player Rips Celebrities For Choosing Money From China Over Supporting Basic Human Rights The Latest College Football Playoff Rankings Are Out, And Cincinnati’s Position Will Shock You Penn State’s Football Coach Signs Gigantic Extension. Can You Believe How Much Money He’s Making? College Football Coach Goes On Incredible Rant About Thanksgiving Side Dishes And Life Moving Too Fast Lane Kiffin Has Incredibly Reasonable And Rational Take On College Football Fans Hating Each Other Wisconsin Pulls Off Shocking Basketball Upset ‘Yellowstone’ Continues To Get Insane TV Ratings. The Numbers Are Proof America Is Obsessed...
    A pair of Indonesian-Australian identical twins who post raunchy videos of themselves together on OnlyFans have lashed out at content thieves who illegally sell and share their clips online. Christy and Carly O'Connell, 19, have a legion of social media followers from posting on TikTok and Instagram when they were younger. But more recently the O'Connell twins have branched into the adult industry producing racy content.  Christy and Carly O'Connell, 19, (pictured) are a pair of Indonesian-Australian identical twins who post raunchy videos of themselves together on OnlyFans The twins (pictured) lashed out at content thieves who illegally sell and share their clips online The sisters say internet pirates are stealing their exclusive clips for profit - and they plan to take action. 'For those who spread and sold our videos on Twitter, I've had enough,' Carly said in an Instagram clip. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next V8 driver who quit to earn $1million as a porn star on... The surprising reason Australian porn stars are in HUGE... Share this article...
    BROOKLYN, New York City (WABC) -- The FBI says older adults lose more than $3 billion each year to scammers, and elder fraud is on the rise.One popular ruse is the tech support scam, and now, during the pandemic with more seniors homebound using computers, they're more vulnerable than ever.7 On Your Side talked to one Brooklyn mom who was called at home by scammers pretending to be from Microsoft claiming she owed them money."They scared me," she said. "They said go to my computer, and once I went to my computer, they went in."Controlling her screen and even her printer, they accessed her bank account and printed a script directing her to send money to a bank in Thailand.If questioned, she was directed to say the funds were for real estate purposes.More 7 On Your Side | Don't become a money mule with this work from home scamEMBED More News Videos Nina Pineda has more on the scam with 7 On Your Side. She was told to go to her bank and wire $39,400. She did, but that night,...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- It's simply one of the hottest scams in this age of COVID. Online romance scams, where a con artist impersonates someone, starts up a cyber-relationship, and then tries to bilk you out of your bucks.Last year, the FTC says more than $201 million were lost to romance scams.That's a year-to-year increase of 4%. That number's going to go higher as more of us are online during the pandemic.7 On Your Side: New rules to know about debt collection via social mediaThere are some telltale signs of the scam. First, con artists will find a common interest. They'll cherry pick your social media profile to find a hobby or an alma mater they can share.Another tipoff is the person will promise to meet face-to-face or do a FaceTime, but will always break the date. Remember for con artists anonymity is everything.Third, the scammer will always ask for money. They'll start with a small amount for an emergency, like their car breaking down.Some big takeaways, not to sound like the 7 On Your Side mom, but with online...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- It's simply one of the hottest scams in this age of COVID. Online romance scams, where a con artist impersonates someone, starts up a cyber-relationship, and then tries to bilk you out of your bucks.Last year, the FTC says more than $201 million were lost to romance scams.That's a year-to-year increase of 4%. That number's going to go higher as more of us are online during the pandemic.7 On Your Side: New rules to know about debt collection via social mediaThere are some telltale signs of the scam. First, con artists will find a common interest. They'll cherry pick your social media profile to find a hobby or an alma mater they can share.Another tipoff is the person will promise to meet face-to-face or do a FaceTime, but will always break the date. Remember for con artists anonymity is everything.Third, the scammer will always ask for money. They'll start with a small amount for an emergency, like their car breaking down.Some big takeaways, not to sound like the 7 On Your Side mom, but with online...
    No mascots, cheerleaders allowed on field during NFL games in 2020 15 Surprising Foods You Can Buy at Kroger How to make money on the side, no matter how busy you are © Provided by Business Insider Be realistic about how you'll make money on the side. Monkey Business Images / Shutterstock.com To make money on the side, you'll first want to figure out exactly how much money you want to make, and how much time you plan to spend doing it. You might also want to consider choosing a side job that uses the skills you have from your primary job, so you don't have to learn something new. Once you decide what you want to do, it's up to you to keep on top of payments and taxes, to put the money you earn toward your most important goal, and to reassess regularly to make sure you're getting what you want from your side job. Sign up to get Personal Finance Insider's newsletter in your inbox » Making money on the side — or having...
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