A solution that works for everyone. I made a free webstore, so I can hawk my dropship stuff, (Link will also be placed in the sidebar) and I'll still blog my recipes.
You see, I'm just trying to contribute to the household income since times are hard, and I don't have a PAYING job yet. (Stay at home mom is a pretty demanding and harsh job but it doesn't pay very well...) So yeah, forgive the whole crap post below. Just trying to help out my husband while I work the resume.
So this is the link to my store. Yes, things in there are a little pricey right now, I'm doing the whole "Vintage Automotive Collectible" thing and I guess those things are pretty hefty, but hey...if people like em enough they'll probably buy em. I haven't seen any of that stuff in stores so *shrug*. Of course I live in Canada so I dunno.
I'll get back to blogging recipes tomorrow or Tuesday. This coming week will be nothing but Turkey I'm guessing, since it's on sale for $1.49/lb and a decent sized bird can feed us for a week. (Yeah I told ya times were tough...but it is everywhere I guess)
I'm thinking that I might just invest the money I make (well some of it...the rest is gonna go to the family bank account) Like since I'll probably only be bringing in around $400/month after taxes, I'm thinking I set $100 of that aside to put into some sort of investment thing. Gotta talk to my RBC financial advisor to see what I can swing on a $100/month investment contribution.