One of the downsides to blogging is spending time and effort on a post that you think could help a lot of people and then…hardly anyone reads it.
I’ve compiled 10 of my favorite posts that didn’t draw many readers, hoping to give them another shot at glory.
These posts will help you fix things, learn things, understand things, and do things better. Those are some of the main goals of LivingWithBeth.com, where I aim to help you make everything better.
How about you? What do you think of these posts, and what would you add to this list? What would you like to see written about on LivingWithBeth.com?
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Who doesn’t want some extra money? This post tells you how to see if the state where you live or have lived might be holding money in its unclaimed cash accounts that belongs to you.
Wondering what people mean when they throw around terms like Roku, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Fire TV, and Amazon Prime Video? This post provides in depth explanations for all of those TV streaming terms and more.
Wait! Don’t trash that old vacuum when it stops working correctly. Read this post to find out how to easily fix your vacuum when it won’t suck like it should.
When you’re feeling gloomy, try these 10 tips to feel better right away.
Next time you need some money for an unexpected expense, clean out your garage, closets, attic, and/or basement and sell your excess stuff. You probably have tons of stuff you don’t need and could sell to raise cash.
One of the most common home computing complaints is slow internet speed. It might surprise you to learn that even non-technical types can easily fix most WiFi and internet slowness issues.
It’s no exaggeration to say that Walmart’s grocery pickup service has changed my life. It saves my family huge amounts of money and time.
I simply order my groceries online, choose a pickup time, and go to Walmart at my chosen time. A Walmart employee loads up my groceries, then I sign for them and drive away, all without leaving my car.
You’re probably wasting a lot of money on your vehicle in various ways, without realizing it. This post is chock full of ways you can painlessly save money on car-related expenses.
Criminals keep trying different, more creative ways of parting you from your money. You can still outsmart them, though. These tips will help you avoid getting scammed.
Do you remember watching Schoolhouse Rock as a kid? Schoolhouse Rock is a series of short educational cartoons set to catchy tunes that used to run in between Saturday morning cartoons.
As kids, we learned about a variety of important things relating to government, math, grammar, history, and more without even realizing we were learning something.
I can still recite the preamble to the U.S. Constitution because I can sing it to the tune I learned from Schoolhouse Rock.
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