Summer fun has a way of emptying the wallet -- fast. There are ball games to attend, road trips to take, beach gear to buy and bring-your-own backyard barbecues to fund, among other Things. At this time of year, I find that, more often than not, I run out of money before I run out of month. So I thought I'd look up a few Things that might help me -- and you -- bolster our finances through the end of the fun season.
I'm a change collector. Not to be confused with coin collectors, who are all business about their spare change, I'm one of those people who throw change into a jar when it gets too heavy for my pockets. Once the jar fills up, I take it to one of those coin machines at the supermarket and cash it all in. I never once thought of looking through the jar for rare and valuable coins. Until I read Strike It Rich With Pocket Change. The guide helps you find error coins like doubled die cents, rotated reverse quarters and missing letters among your unassuming cache of cash and helps you turn your cents into dollars.
But that might be too much work for some people. Our Get Rich Quick Money Spells DVD is a fine alternative to digging through piles of dirty coins. Instead, learn to use candles, herbs and oils to cast money spells to turn your fortunes toward fortune. You'll learn how to become a "money magnet" and how to put yourself on the road to lasting financial security.
Others might want a little excitement on the way to solvency, which is why the Slots Conquest book makes my list of Things to help fatten your wallet. It will teach you how to beat the house at slots by recognizing which machines to play, how to gain the mathematical edge and how Random Number Generators really work. It also tells you why you should stay away from those low-denomination machines designed to drain your bankroll in tiny increments.
Try one Thing or try them all. And if all else fails, there's always the lottery.
Good luck. I'll see you next week,