Florida Early Voting Starts Today, Florida. This blog post gives you information on how to vote. This is an unbiased and fact driven post. I am not mentioning who I voted for or who I want you to vote for. If you’re a Florida, who has questions about voting, hopefully, I can answer some of those questions or I can lead you to where you can find those answers. Happy voting.
Have you seen the new Unsolved Mysteries? Were you a fan of the original series? Let’s chat about Unsolved Mysteries.
Let’s talk about the new Netflix Unsolved Mysteries. When I was younger, I was a HUGE fan of the original show with the spooky music and the even spookier host. God, the nightmares I had because of this show.
But as an adult now, this show is still spooky AF.
I binge watched the new series in its entirety in one day. What? It was really good! Do I have to remind you that this blog, my podcast and all my social media accounts are a judgement free zone? Because it really is.
Full Discloser: I am NOT a financial professional. Also, this is NOT a paid advertisement from Acorns.com or Acorns the app. The purpose of this post is to share my experience. This blog post is for entertainment purposes only. This is not financial advise. Investing for beginners using the Acorns app Acorns is the app […]
We are currently living in a pandemic where an invisible virus is circulating around the world. We don’t know who has it. We don’t know who could be a carrier. We just know it’s out there and it can be on anything and anyone.
The virus is causing businesses to close temporarily, some are closing permanently and some are furloughing employees because those businesses can’t afford those people anymore.
The nation was on a lock down. Restaurants were either closed, making deliveries or only providing curbside service. Shops were closed. We only really had Walmart and Target available for shopping needs. Online shopping became the way to shop for household essentials. And I mean, household essentials as toilet paper, lysol products, scrubbing bubbles, paper towels and the Nintendo Switch (which were all sold out for several months). Don’t judge, for those locked at home, the Nintendo Switch became a necessity.
And before you judge, I purchased my Nintendo Switch just weeks before I was furloughed. I had no idea I was going to be furloughed. If I had known, I wouldn’t have made that pricey purchase. I don’t regret this purchase though, it has provided me many hours of mindless entertainment where I would have driven myself mad without it.
Why I switched from Robinhood to Charles Schwab for my investing needs? I take a snapshot of my investing history, what I didn’t like about Robinhood and what I love about Charles Schwab.