The latest scam making the rounds is the coca cola car wrap scam.
Actually, it could be any well-known company but, at the time that she sent me the link over in Facebook Messenger, it was coca cola.
When I clicked on it while writing this post (yes, I clicked the exact same link), the scammers had changed it to Blue Oak Energy.
(Here is the link if you are interested. I am not hyperlinking it so . . . → Read More: Don’t fall for the coca cola car wrap scam
Hey, everybody, guess what! I am a social influencer!
Yes, that’s right, y’all.
I tweeted and Verizon responded.
I feel so…powerful….
It is a heady…if fleeting…feeling…
Ok, here’s how the whole thing started.
There I was, watching HGTV Live on my Roku and they kept playing the commercial with the annoying British guy over and over and over and over and over and over again…
And, well, it going…annoying.
I got so frustrated that I posted . . . → Read More: LOOK! I am a social influencer!
Keeping myself goal oriented has become very important to me lately.
I have already wrote my blogging goal post and it went out on the 1st of the month.
If you are looking for an income report or traffic stats, you should definitely head on over there.
First, let’s go over my goals for last month and see how well I did.
2016 marks 20 years since Bill Clinton’s welfare reform.
1996. The year my second child was born.
It seems like just yesterday and yet 20 years have passed.
I found this wonderful video on the NY Times by Retro Report entitled Welfare and the Politics of Poverty.
In 1934, President Johnson signed into law a welfare reform to help destitute widows and children.
In . . . → Read More: 20 Years later is Welfare a bold experiment that failed?
I am so excited to be doing another Pushing The Envelope Blog Hop!!.
Despite that fact that it was the middle of the month when I launched last month’s linkup, the first of its kind, the response that I got was soooo positive!
My goal is for this blog party to get so big that I will have no choice but to host it weekly rather than monthly.
But, . . . → Read More: May 2016 Pushing The Envelope Blog Hop
I have a confession to make. Something that only my real life friends and family know about me.
And it scares me spitless to confess this outloud…to the world.
I am a Welfare Queen.
Yep. Food stamps. Medicare. Section 8 Housing. The whole 9 yards.
The only thing that my family does not receive is WIC (no more babies here, thank God!) and TANF (Temporary Assistance to Need . . . → Read More: Confession of a Welfare Queen
One Winner will get Dreft product (Newborn, Active Baby, & Blissfuls) and a gender neutral hypoallergenic blanket. ARV $60
Sponsored by Dreft
Hosted by MomJunky
Co-hosted by . . . → Read More: GIVEAWAY: Dreft Newborn, Active Baby, and Blissfuls Bundle
Finally, I am launching another blog hop.
It’s been months and months and months but I would like to officially welcome you to the first of my monthly Push The Envelope Blog linkups.
It is monthly for right until I get a regular lists of interested bloggers.
Just to let you know, I will be doing some featuring for things like the most clicked post and anything else that I can come up with.
Being featured means . . . → Read More: Welcome to the first official Push The Envelope Blog Hop
It’s tax season (boo!!!) and I just completed my taxes (YAY!!) thanks to the lovely Turbo Tax.
But now my head hurts.
If your head hurts too (or you were lucky enough to pass that particular headache on to someone else), here are some cute t-shirts that feel your pain.
We did it! (Or we’re gonna do it. ~ahem~) We are Tax Season Survivors!!
. . . → Read More: Can I deduct my Tax Season Survivor T-shirts?