Growing up as a kid I constantly heard our teachers nag us about learning more about technology. They told us technology would be at the forefront of every job and those that didn’t know how to use it would become obsolete.(The obsolete part, in my opinion, wasn’t 100% accurate.)
Technology has definitely made an advancement within our society and rapidly. We now even have grandma and granddad walking around with cell phones. Whoever thought of such?!I personally have been able to see a transition in the job market from 2006 until now. I went back that far because that’s when I first recognized online ads mentioning people having the ability to earn money online and from home. Of course, people have been able to earn money from home and online much longer based on my research, but it was more hush hush I guess you could say or people just didn’t know how to tap into that particular arena.
I can personally speak for myself. Prior to my work from home journey, I didn’t know how.
Well, the cat is out the bag now, and it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere anytime soon. It looks like digital dollars are on the rise (Not really digital, but you feel me right?)
There are tons of people out there with student loans and they are looking for ways to pay them back, but they are walking around with answers right in front of them. You guessed it! “Our cellphones” Ding Ding Ding!!!
Did you know the cell phone most people walk around with talking, texting, Facebooking, Tweeting, wasting time, or whatever, there are those using their cell phones to put cash back in their pockets?
There are apps like:
Acorns (This is an investment phone app)
Stash (This is also an investment phone app)
E-bates (This is a website/app which gives you access to coupons, cash back, and more for some major retailers.)
CheckOut 51 (grocery coupon app)
People are using these daily to either earn or save. Why not use these to help with student loans?
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I look forward to having you join me in the journey!