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Enough Money?

Many people dream of a life where they can just sit in their pajamas at their computer and earn enough money to make a living blogging from home. While this is technically possible, it’s really hard to get to the point where you can be that successful. This article will give you some pointers on how to get people to your website so that you can begin making money off of your blogging (even if you just make a little).

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First and foremost, you shouldn’t expect to get money just because you have a blog. You won’t make money by putting up junk content. In order to be successful running a blog, you will have to create a quality blog that people will actually want to visit and then visit again in the future. Try to carve out your own niche and be creative. Do something that your competition isn’t doing to make yourself stand out (which is becoming harder and harder to do with each day that passes).

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You must get people to be loyal to your website in some way. This means you must update your blog continuously in order to give visitors reasons to keep coming back. Repeat visitors are easier to grab than new visitors since they have shown at least some interest in your website in the past. Now do what you can to maintain that interest. >

To actually start making money off of your writing, you will need advertisers to want to advertise on your website. There are some advertising programs that you can sign up for for free where you put a banner of theirs on your website and then you get paid when people click on the ads. Other advertisers may contact you first about an opportunity if your website starts to develop a reputation. Then you can agree to a specific contract with them and go from there. In any case, advertising is how you will make your money with blogging unless you are selling products or services.

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Business Purposes

Sometimes you have to spend money in order to start making money. You can go to the big search engines out there and ask them to advertise your website when people search for certain keywords. Your website will then be listed under the “advertisements” or “promoted” sections. These highly-desired spots will not come for free (especially for frequently searched keywords), but you may find it is in your best interest to go this route if traditional search engine optimization isn’t doing that much for your website.

Golden Opportunity

You can start up a store section on your blog and make money that way. You can sell products for affiliates or even just products of your own on your blog.

High Interest

You probably won’t turn into a millionaire because of your blog, but at the very least you should be able to get some extra spending money to supplement your other income. Expand your blog by applying the tips you learned today to start raking in some money.

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    • Tom
    • December 18, 2013
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    How Can I Make Enough Money For A MacBook Pro With Retina Display? Please answer! For a middle schooler how can I make enough money for a MacBook Pro with Retina Display?

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      • Admin
      • December 18, 2013
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      As a middle schooler, unfortunately, your choices are very limited, as many places don’t hire kids until they are sixteen. One way is to go around the neighborhood putting up signs saying you are willing to do common household work, such as gardening, raking leaves, shoveling snow, mowing lawns, babysitting, and stuff like that, you can make wicked amounts of money if your name gets a nice reputation around the neighborhood. Im not sure if it’d be enough for a macbook with retina display as those are over a thousand closer to two thousand dollars. I have a job where i work 7.50$ an hour and have only made about eight hundred bucks in two months, if you want the money, you’d better start some kind of non- official job around the neighborhood soon before school starts again

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    • Kellie
    • December 25, 2013
    Reply

    How Can I Earn Enough Money To Live Comfortably As An Adult? I am currently 14 years old. I would like to earn enough money to live in a million dollar house and still have extra spending money. I want to find ways to save money and obtain a career that will allow me to fulfill my dream. I am a straight A student with no clue what I want to do career wise. Any suggestions would be helpful.

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      • Admin
      • December 25, 2013
      Reply

      You are still SO young! You sound very responsible, but you should enjoy being a kid cause you won’t get that back. With that being said, I went to college as a premed major but then realized I did not have the patience to be a doctor and was bored by the though of working in a lab for years. I bar tended through college which was great money and now am a network marketer. Network marketing can afford you the lifestyle you desire while you are still young enough to enjoy it. You just need to do your homework and make sure you join a secure legit company. Great job on keeping your grades up. You will surly succeed in what ever you choose as long as you apply excellence, and dedication.

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    • Catherine
    • January 1, 2014
    Reply

    Accounting. How Can A Company Have High Profit But Not Have Enough Money To Pay The Bills? Accounting. How can a company have high profit but not have enough money to pay the bills?

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      This is just the article you need.

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    • Themuse411
    • January 16, 2014
    Reply

    How Do I Make Enough Money To Live Independently? I am 18 years old. I am tired of my mean spirted, overbearing Mom who rarely has anything nice to say, my emotionally distant father who doesn’t understand anyone and my 16 year old sister who’s never home (understandably so, she can’t stand my Mom) and just uses me for a substitute when her friends aren’t around.

    I have nine months to make enough money to live without anyone’s support. I don’t know of any part time jobs that could pay for an apartment in a decent area in Long Island or NYC.

    I’m doing this because if worst comes to worst I won’t get accepted into any college with dorms and I’ll have to go to community college. I wouldn’t care if it didn’t mean living with my parents. I only applied to state colleges and I’m going to fill a financial aid form so I’m not worried about tuition.

    I wish I could do all of this without them knowing until I go to college. My parents will definitely say no. Too bad I don’t have close friends I can share an apartment with.

    Thank you.

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      Starting your own home business is a great way to make money. You can work the hours you want and your the boss. And there is no limit to what you can make you just have to be dedicated.

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    • Yeah, Butt
    • February 9, 2014
    Reply

    Have You Made Enough Money Yet? Obama: At a Certain Point You’ve Made Enough Money

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      Apparently… The American have a point to which “We have made enough money”, yet the Government never reaches a point that they have “Taken enough money” or “Borrowed enough money”

      I watch the trained seals behind him collecting their bucket of fish (money) for standing there and wonder if their @$$e$ have a price-tag attached to them too….

      + FNS +

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    • P.L.U.R
    • February 11, 2014
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    Earning Enough Money For Tattoos? I’m 15, and eventually hopefully before I’m like 23 probably, I want tons of tattoos. I want sleeves on both arms, a chestpiece, both legs covered, probably knuckle tattoos, and some around my sides/stomach and back and probably covering some of my neck. I love tattoos, I always have. I think they’re beautiful and I think it’s cool that peoples tattoos are unique and reflect something about them. Anyway, I know tattoos are like really expensive, especially if you’re gonna get it done by a good, reliable artist, and I’m just wondering how people ever have enough money to get covered in tattoos? Or any tips? Or how you might have saved up for tattoos? I’m already saving up, but I feel like it’s gonna take me ages to save up enough money for even one.

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      • Admin
      • February 11, 2014
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      Brent pretty much hit the nail on the head.

      The amount of work you’re talking about could be anywhere from 100-300+ hours of work (minimum!)… at $125-150/hr (typical rates for quality artists – some are even more expensive), you’re talking about a LOT of money. Most normal people who end up heavily tattooed get there over time… session by session, piece by piece. They put aside money that they’re able to after paying bills and buying their essentials, and they use that money for another session on their in-progress work. One month maybe you can save enough for 10 hours of work, and the next month maybe you can only afford 3. It takes time unless you end up being rich. But there’s a good side to that too – getting each new tattoo is FUN and exciting, and so is thinking up the design for the next piece. And the more work you get, the more ideas you will get… not being able to get all of the work all at once actually can work to your benefit. You may decide that instead of a frog playing the banjo, you’d rather have a bear riding a unicycle for your next tattoo.

      The road to being fully covered is a lengthy but fun process. If you jump the gun and manage to get everything by the time you’re 23, you’re going to be a very unhappy 30 year old when you have no space to get something done by your current favorite artist. Enjoy the journey ? (and save neck and hands for last! Only do those when you’ve tattooed everything else! Warped Tour body suits are lame and will make sure you don’t get a job that will give you the financial freedom to get the rest of the tattoos you want. Neck/hands must be earned.)

      Hope that helped! Good luck!

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    • Lauren
    • February 20, 2014
    Reply

    Do Astronomers Earn Enough Money? Hi, I am thinking of being a astronomer for my career when I’m older but I’m just wondering how much money they earn. I know it’s not just all about the money but will I have enough money to live off being a astronomer? Thanks ?

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      • Admin
      • February 20, 2014
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      A very interesting field, but unfortunately very difficult
      to get into and doesn’t pay great money. Pay scale is
      $57,000 to $70,500. Check out this link for information.
      http://www.ehow.com/how_`14282_become-astronomer.html

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    • Beri H
    • February 28, 2014
    Reply

    Stay At Home Mom Would We Have Enough Money? My fiance and i are going to get married soon i will complete my four year degree soon but really just want to be a stay at home mom. He is enlisted but wants to get into the green to gold program and become an officer. Either way will he be able to support our family. A lot of my family believes he will not make enough for us to be comfortable. I’m not saying i need a million dollar house or expensive cars. Just wondering if with only him working we will have enough money not to be so stressed, or should i just give up and plan on working. anyone been through this? any advice?
    he is an E-2 , just getting started he is active and stationed in VA just a few hours from where i live and go to school
    hopeing for officer through green to gold or college either way

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      • Admin
      • February 28, 2014
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      I am a stay at home mom for ten years. My husband was E2 when we had our first child. I never had to work. We now have three kids and one on the way. If you are smart with money and not buy things on credit you can do it. We always saved up for the things we wanted and had enough for our needs. I have found we had more money living overseas than stateside. We had a hard time saving money for the first few years. Then once he made rank we took half of the extra money and put it into savings. I know a lot of stay at home moms and we all are doing fine. A few moms did childcare in there homes as extra income. They made a lot of money. I could never do that just because I like my house just so, and to have someone tell me what I have to do to it would have driven me crazy.

      If you decide you need to work, there are a lot of opportunities for spouses to work on base. Especially for someone with a degree. Once he makes officer you’ll be set.
      If it is what you really want you will find a way. There were times that were tight. Looking back it was because of stupid money mistakes. Like buying a car on impulse.
      If you can handle living on base or post at least until he makes E4 that will help.
      I never regreted my decision to stay home. I never heard a mom say I wish I went to work when my kids were young. I have heard I wish I would have stay home with my kids when they were young. If you don’t have kids right now go to work and stay home when they come. Save the money you make.
      I hope this helps.

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    • Saphire Louise
    • March 15, 2014
    Reply

    Traveling But Dont Think I Have Enough Money? Hi im traveling to australia america and spain but i have 9,000pounds.. so basically 3,000pounds for each country or should i spend more in one and less in the other two? but well in the us i want to go to nyc and i dont want to be in a trashy place that’s dangerous ..so is 3,000 enough money for america ..i would like to go to at least 2 different cities in america and about 5 in australia and spain.. i could probably get another 1,000pounds to make it 10,000 … i would like to stay in america for 3months ..spain for 4 months and australia for 5 then come back to the uk. Do i have enough money for this or will i probably end up dead?

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      Assuming you’ll be staying in backpacker hostels as the cheapest option with a proper roof over your head…which are safe and clean, not dumps. or dosshouses…you’ll need around $40 a night minimum for accommodation and $20 a day for food, cooking your own in the hostel kitchen.
      A typical one from the more than twenty available…see down the list on the second link for apartments around ?20-?30 a night as well.
      http://www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/usa/new-york-city/1969/ . . . . . . .
      http://www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/usa/new-york-city/ . . . . .
      Add $20 a day for extras and entertainment as a bare minimum and you’ve got $80 a day to find. …
      ?50 a day…..?1500 a month….?4500 for 3 months.
      That’s the cheap way unless you camp out.
      For cheap hotels you can double it at least and you’ve got no way to save by cooking your own food but eating out in the USA is a lot cheaper then in the UK and in Australia and Spain….. and you get a good meal for it, not half a meal like so many UK restaurants……

      In Australia and Spain it’s the same.
      You can just about do it for ?40 a day minimum in backpacker hostels with only just enough cash for a bit of entertainment after paying for the hostel and cooking your own food, not living it up..
      …?1200 a month…..?4 800 for 4 months …?6000 for 5 months….total ?10 800
      ?50 a day is a lot better, still not luxury but enough to enjoy life and not worry too much about eating out or taking trips to nearby cities and attractions
      In the USA you spend more on accommodation but less on food.. the total is around the same.
      ?50 a day is …(groan….)..?13 500 for 9 months of Australia and Spain. Plus the air fares.
      Add the ?4500 for the USA and you get ?18 000 plus air fares.
      Add on an annual travel insurance policy, fully comprehensive cover….?300-?400
      Reckon on ?20 500 minimum for the whole lot with long haul air fares plus local travel costs, some entertainment, theatre or concert a few times a month , night out on the town, local attractions, day trips, a few ice creams and candy bars, that gorgeous bag you just gotta have, new shoes when the others are worn through, skirt or slacks, smalls, (they don’t last for ever). a new top once a month, occasional hair-do,
      ….soon adds up.

      A round the world ticket (RTW) could be cheaper than separate fares , even with only three destinations considering where they are and you can get a lay-over for a day or two on the way to Ozzie and coming back to break up the long flight and see someplace else, making 5 destinations in all.
      Design your own to suit for destinations and times, total time for the trip etc.
      Two widely separated USA cities…NY and LA for example, stop off going to Ozzie, Sydney and Perth with local air fares as separates, stop somewhere coming back to Europe…maybe Bahrain, Kuwait area for one route, or Tel Aviv,, Cyprus etc for another, into Madrid and a fast train to Seville for the glories of wonderful Sevilla….coaches and trains all over Spain, and head off home for a holiday….exhausted.
      That’s how it’s done for big time travel….around ?1000 if you’re lucky for an RTW over 1 year total with half a dozen destinations, ?1200 for 8 stops….rough figures,
      Go window shopping for one.

      ?23 000 for a good time…?2500 for the luxuries is only ?50 a week, and that’s just backpacker living.
      12 months of paying out cash, that’s the score….in return…ohhh wowwwww….
      Typical backpacking answer the other way… a USA girl heading for Europe…..same stuff and the same cost.
      See Item 4 for booking accommodation, it’s the same worldwide… 8 for costs and food savings.
      http://sg.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AtW1qacmdQpEy5fWwV42ycL54gt.;_ylv=3?qid=20110328200122AAag3oE . . . .
      Peru is cheap…it still cost ?1000+ for a month doing it all myself…no agents. But I got a much better deal than by using travel agents. I never use them apart from getting local tickets.
      See the price at the bottom….
      http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100610123540AAF1i22 . . . . . .

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    • TGOD-
    • March 23, 2014
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    Is This Enough Money For A Bearded Dragon? Im getting a beardie on saturday. I know the things i need to get and i can ask the person selling them if im leaving anything out. but i took everything i needed and if i buy it seperately it would cost about $270. Though some things were on sale and i may get more supplies/bigger cage than needed so i tacked on another $30 and i have exactly $300. I can make some more money and get him some extra things later but is 300 enough to get him and get all the stuff needed?
    I understand to the first answer. But i have done my fair share of research and i dont think i missed much thats why i tacked on some extra as i went along and then an extra $30 at the end. And i know it happens a lot thats why im asking it on here if its enough because if i overlooked something it couldnt have been much.

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      Wait. You do have the money for it but wait. Save up more. Make sure you have the money for what in needs in the beginning and enough for the first vet bill. This is a MUST!! If you are getting you friendly little dragon at the pet store after you get it you need to take it to a vet to get a check up and make sure it is 100% healthy and to make sure it doesnt have mites (They are very common) I dont care what the store says about them being healthy. You NEED a check up after you purchase your bearded dragon.Just make sure u have enough for the stuff plus a vet check up along with extra saved up money it case your bearded dragon gets sick in the future.

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    • Yeah, Butt
    • March 30, 2014
    Reply

    Have You Made Enough Money Yet? Obama: At a Certain Point You’ve Made Enough Money

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      Apparently… The American have a point to which “We have made enough money”, yet the Government never reaches a point that they have “Taken enough money” or “Borrowed enough money”

      I watch the trained seals behind him collecting their bucket of fish (money) for standing there and wonder if their @$$e$ have a price-tag attached to them too….

      + FNS +

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    • Anonymous
    • April 27, 2014
    Reply

    Traveling But Dont Think I Have Enough Money? Hi im traveling to australia america and spain but i have 9,000pounds.. so basically 3,000pounds for each country or should i spend more in one and less in the other two? but well in the us i want to go to nyc and i dont want to be in a trashy place that’s dangerous ..so is 3,000 enough money for america ..i would like to go to at least 2 different cities in america and about 5 in australia and spain.. i could probably get another 1,000pounds to make it 10,000 … i would like to stay in america for 3months ..spain for 4 months and australia for 5 then come back to the uk. Do i have enough money for this or will i probably end up dead?

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    1. Reply

      Assuming you’ll be staying in backpacker hostels as the cheapest option with a proper roof over your head…which are safe and clean, not dumps. or dosshouses…you’ll need around $40 a night minimum for accommodation and $20 a day for food, cooking your own in the hostel kitchen.
      A typical one from the more than twenty available…see down the list on the second link for apartments around ?20-?30 a night as well.
      http://www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/usa/new-york-city/1969/ . . . . . . .
      http://www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/usa/new-york-city/ . . . . .
      Add $20 a day for extras and entertainment as a bare minimum and you’ve got $80 a day to find. …
      ?50 a day…..?1500 a month….?4500 for 3 months.
      That’s the cheap way unless you camp out.
      For cheap hotels you can double it at least and you’ve got no way to save by cooking your own food but eating out in the USA is a lot cheaper then in the UK and in Australia and Spain….. and you get a good meal for it, not half a meal like so many UK restaurants……

      In Australia and Spain it’s the same.
      You can just about do it for ?40 a day minimum in backpacker hostels with only just enough cash for a bit of entertainment after paying for the hostel and cooking your own food, not living it up..
      …?1200 a month…..?4 800 for 4 months …?6000 for 5 months….total ?10 800
      ?50 a day is a lot better, still not luxury but enough to enjoy life and not worry too much about eating out or taking trips to nearby cities and attractions
      In the USA you spend more on accommodation but less on food.. the total is around the same.
      ?50 a day is …(groan….)..?13 500 for 9 months of Australia and Spain. Plus the air fares.
      Add the ?4500 for the USA and you get ?18 000 plus air fares.
      Add on an annual travel insurance policy, fully comprehensive cover….?300-?400
      Reckon on ?20 500 minimum for the whole lot with long haul air fares plus local travel costs, some entertainment, theatre or concert a few times a month , night out on the town, local attractions, day trips, a few ice creams and candy bars, that gorgeous bag you just gotta have, new shoes when the others are worn through, skirt or slacks, smalls, (they don’t last for ever). a new top once a month, occasional hair-do,
      ….soon adds up.

      A round the world ticket (RTW) could be cheaper than separate fares , even with only three destinations considering where they are and you can get a lay-over for a day or two on the way to Ozzie and coming back to break up the long flight and see someplace else, making 5 destinations in all.
      Design your own to suit for destinations and times, total time for the trip etc.
      Two widely separated USA cities…NY and LA for example, stop off going to Ozzie, Sydney and Perth with local air fares as separates, stop somewhere coming back to Europe…maybe Bahrain, Kuwait area for one route, or Tel Aviv,, Cyprus etc for another, into Madrid and a fast train to Seville for the glories of wonderful Sevilla….coaches and trains all over Spain, and head off home for a holiday….exhausted.
      That’s how it’s done for big time travel….around ?1000 if you’re lucky for an RTW over 1 year total with half a dozen destinations, ?1200 for 8 stops….rough figures,
      Go window shopping for one.

      ?23 000 for a good time…?2500 for the luxuries is only ?50 a week, and that’s just backpacker living.
      12 months of paying out cash, that’s the score….in return…ohhh wowwwww….
      Typical backpacking answer the other way… a USA girl heading for Europe…..same stuff and the same cost.
      See Item 4 for booking accommodation, it’s the same worldwide… 8 for costs and food savings.
      http://sg.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AtW1qacmdQpEy5fWwV42ycL54gt.;_ylv=3?qid=20110328200122AAag3oE . . . .
      Peru is cheap…it still cost ?1000+ for a month doing it all myself…no agents. But I got a much better deal than by using travel agents. I never use them apart from getting local tickets.
      See the price at the bottom….
      http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100610123540AAF1i22 . . . . . .

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    • Anonymous
    • May 2, 2014
    Reply

    My Boyfriend Doesn’t Give Me Enough Money!? When I moved in with my boyfriend I quit my job because we are going to start a family together. I hated my job, plus he makes more than me, so it made sense.

    However, we also had an understanding that he would provide me with money when I need it, like to go shopping. Now he won’t give it! He hands me 50 dollars at the start of the week, and that’s all I get. If I run out, he won’t give me any more!

    I told him 50 dollars is not enough for a week, but he says that is all he can afford. That is not what he said at the beginning! How do I make him understand that I need more money? and he has to give more when I need it?
    No Taeko, we don’t have children yet, and I am not pregnant yet. But he is not keeping his word, he said he would give me money when I need it.
    No, this is not to do with groceries or bills. Obviously he pays those cuz he works. This is for my personal use like shopping for clothes. I need new clothes, and way more that 50 dollars worth, which is nothing.

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      What are you expected to cover with this money? Are you expected to buy all of the groceries and pay all bills because if so it obviously is not enough and you need to draw up a list of all expenses and show it to him.

      If he covers the bills etc then i don’t think it is entirely unfair to be honest,you need to ask yourself exactly what this money should cover and show him how it doesn’t but he shouldn’t really be expected to pay for everything you want,it should be what keeps you both comfortable.

      For example if he expects $100 worth of groceries in a week and gives you $50 to cover it then it is a no brainer and wont work,cut right down if you have to and let him see the difference.

      With that said i don’t see why you should not be working right now if you are not pregnant to the point of taking maternity leave and have no disabilities that prevent it,all of this could be avoided if you had a job and brought money in plus you would have got maternity pay through your leave,it is never a good idea to allow yourself to be fully dependent on someone else.

      If you think he is really tight with money to the point where he will not fairly help with anything a future child would need it is time to go back to contraception and rethink the entire relationship,he doesn’t owe it to you to keep you really but he would owe it to his own child.

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    • Yeah, Butt
    • May 31, 2014
    Reply

    Have You Made Enough Money Yet? Obama: At a Certain Point You’ve Made Enough Money

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      Apparently… The American have a point to which “We have made enough money”, yet the Government never reaches a point that they have “Taken enough money” or “Borrowed enough money”

      I watch the trained seals behind him collecting their bucket of fish (money) for standing there and wonder if their @$$e$ have a price-tag attached to them too….

      + FNS +

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