Daily List of Free Ebooks

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Project Resell: What Sold On Ebay Last Week

Project Resell: What sold this week on Ebay (and for how much!)

 

It was another good week on Ebay.  The great thing about hearing your phone go ca-ching is not only getting paid, but that means it’s time to go out and get some more inventory.  :) I love the hunt for new things.  I love finding cool things that are full of history and finding ‘junk’ a new home where it can be loved and appreciated.

This week we went down to an auction and boy, they zipped right through.  There were a few things that I wanted to get, but a lot of it was out of my comfort zone and went a little to high for me to risk when I didn’t know anything about it.  There was a beautiful hand painted clock.  I bid up to $290 and then stopped.  I got scared!  There was lots of sterling silver, costume jewelry and dishes.  I’m still kicking myself for letting a man get a box of gorgeous antique plates for $25.  I thought he was bidding on something else.   Oh well.  I was able to pick up a few great items and learn a little something while I have been busy listing my new items.

But you want to know what sold last week!  If you read the last update, I had a large lot of tintype photographs.  So it was another tintype selling week.  I had paid $30 for all of them and last week they had sold for $191.82!

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This pretty lady sold for $10.50

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I called this guy the plaid cowboy.  I honestly didn’t have any expectations – I started it the same I did the others, at $3.00.

He sold for $43.97!

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How awesome is this photo?  I thought these guys looked awesome and like they were ready to go for a safari.  It was one of my favorites and I was excited to see it do well!

Sold for $36.10

Several other tintypes sold this week too.  And also, I had a few Hallmark ornaments.  I bought a tote of ornaments at an auction a while ago for $10.  I took a few out to sell online and posted the rest of them for $20 on a Facebook garage sale group.  It sold immediately and it left me with a few of the higher selling ornaments.

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These Father Christmas ornaments have been doing well.  I had 5 total and so far have sold 3 and the other 2 currently have bids.

This one sold for $31.00

This week I sold $208.12 worth of items.
ALL of it was profit!  :)

What did you sell last week?

 

Today’s Daily List of Free Ebooks

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Thanks See Mom Click for our list of free ebooks!

Want more Kindle deals? Check out all the Kindle Daily Deals and this month’s batch of 100 books for $3.99 or less.

Don’t have a Kindle? Just download a free Kindle reading app!

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5 Ways To Earn Money While Working At Home

5 ways to earn money working at home

I love my job!  For me blogging is the best decision I could have ever made.  I get to do things I love, be my own boss, meet amazing people, have a voice and earn a living at the same time.  And my schedule?  Flexible!  I work from home, which is amazing.  I can start dinner, be home when Josh gets off of school, fold a load of laundry while I’m on a call, and work around any appointments we have.  Now don’t get me wrong.  I work – a lot.  But to me, it’s not really work.  I use my day and things I truly love into my work.

Working from home gives you so much flexibility!  Whether you decide to do it full time or are just looking for ways to supplement your income, you can do so from home!  Here are five ideas for to earn money while working at home.

1. Become a VA

Blogging is a lot of work!  Many established blogs are looking for help.  There are so many opportunities that are available for you to be able to choose something you enjoy.

  • Do you like to write? You can write articles and sell them online.  Articles are typically 300 words and usually include at least one photo.  Images need to be quality (think pin-worthy) and you can edit them using free software like PicMonkey.  You can write things like articles or even recipes that you make.  There are several groups on Facebook that bloggers use to purchase content.  Just search ‘buy content’ or ‘VA’ and a few groups should pop up!
  • Do you like to take photos? If you are a rock star photographer, you may want to try selling some photos!  You can try in one of the VA Facebook groups or sign up to sell on a stock image site like this one.
  • Do you like social media?  Yes!  You can get paid to manage social media!  Scheduling out posts for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, Stumble Upon, etc all take time.  And when you are trying to write articles, edit photos, answer emails, create content, work on campaigns and handle the business side of a blog, social media can sometimes take a backseat.  But it is essential!  If you like social media you may want to work on managing social media channels.  This is another job to search VA groups or Social Media Manager groups on Facebook for!
  • Do you have graphic design experience?  If you do then you can offer services like logos, web design, or even designing business cards.  For smaller jobs you can sign up on sites like fiverr and for larger jobs try networking in groups on Facebook.  Don’t stop with just blogging groups you can also search small business groups in your area.

2. Teach English

Do you speak well?  Then consider applying to teach English online.  Many businesses use online teaching tools to teach second languages to their workers.  Most trainers work 25-30 hours a week, but you can decide how little or much you would like to work.  You can apply here.

5 ways to make money while working from home

3. Open an Etsy Shop

Are you crafty?  Maybe you have a love for all things vintage!  You can open an Etsy shop and sell your goodies.  If you like to design things, you can also try out Zazzle. 

4. Resell on Ebay

Do you have things around your house that you can sell?  Do your friends have things they would like you to list for them?  You can also shop at places like garage sales, estate sales, thrift shops or auctions to resell.  You can check out our series Project Resell to see items that we resell!  I try to put on there how much we paid and how much it sold for.  Also be sure to search completed listings on Ebay to get the current going rate.

5. After School Care

Do you have school age children?  I know before I became a work at home mom, breaks and vacations were the worst!  If you don’t have plans, see any parents need help with childcare.  In the state we live in, most of the schools are switching to a more year around schedule.  That means that our fall break went from 3 days to a week!  And our spring break is 2 weeks.  (It is 3 weeks if we don’t have any snow days!)  That is a long time for parents who work full time to try to find help.  Plus, it will give your child kids to play with and some money in your pocket!

Today’s List of Free Ebooks

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Thanks See Mom Click for the daily list of free ebooks!

 

Want more Kindle deals? Check out all the Kindle Daily Deals and this month’s batch of 100 books for $3.99 or less.

Don’t have a Kindle? Just download a free Kindle reading app!

Amazon has a selection of Kindles here (prices start at just $69).

Amazon prices can change at anytime.  Please double check the prices before purchasing.

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Moms Check In – Football Season

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It’s another Friday!  Woo hoo!  Which means the weekend is about to begin AND it’s another Moms Check In!  Last night was the first game of football season.  So we have a question for you.

Football

So what about you?  When football season begins are you more excited about the game…or the food?  Be sure to follow us on Twitter!  We will be tweeting your replies and some fun football themed ideas all week! (Follow us here!)

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“Yeah, football is FUN but I’m totally in it for the food. I don’t watch football but I use football season as an excuse to eat all the awesome gameday foods that you see floating all over Pinterest! Go Colts!!”

- Jenni is the mom of one and the author of Sweet Pennies From Heaven.  A hearth and home website, Sweet Pennies From Heaven focuses on recipes, crafts and creating a comfortable home.  Follow her on Twitter here!

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My favorite part of football season is the beautiful autumn weather but that wasn’t one of the choices! Between the game and the food, definitely the food. I love appetizers and lots of ‘em! I really enjoy sampling a variety of tastes. Bite-sized appetizers satisfy without filling you up too much…unless you keep sampling! I have fun creating them too.  (You can find tons of football food and party ideas here!)

- Stephanie is the mom to Sam and the author of Spaceships and Laser Beams.  If you ever need party ideas her site is the place to visit!  Specializing in all things boy, it’s full of inspiration!  Follow her on Twitter here!

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Bring on football!  While I love the dips, BBQ and snacks it brings out – I actually love the game!  On game day you can find me decked out in team colors and saying things like “ohhh come on!” or “Even I could have caught that!” (which is a lie….) or my favorite, “TOUCH DOWN!”

- Amanda is the mom to Joshua and owns It’s a Fabulous Life.  If you are looking for a one stop place for all things mom, It’s a Fabulous Life is it!  Full of recipes, fashion, DIY projects, recipes and parenting articles it’s the place for all of Mom’s favorites to come together!  Follow her on Twitter here!

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The food! I’m not much of a football fan to be honest, but I’ll watch with the family just because it’s something we do together to wrap up the weekend. Usually you can find a big pot of chili cooking in the crockpot and some veggies and dip on the kitchen table at our house.  And I may or may not use football as an excuse to pretend I’m watching TV while dozing on the couch. Shhh….

- Lindsay is the mom of 2 and author of See Mom Click.   She shares great deals, Disney happenings and recipes.  You can follow her on Twitter here!

What about you?  Are you in it for the game or the food?

Apple Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls With Caramel Frosting Recipe

Just made these Apple Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Caramel Frosting .... OH MY GOSH!! SO good!  And REALLY quick and easy!  Pinning so I don't lose this recipe!!

Confession.  Fall is my favorite time of year.  Hands down.  I love the weather changing into nice in the day and perfect for hoodies in the evening.  I love the bonfires (and s’mores!) that happen.  Here in Indiana, fall is easily the prettiest season.  The trees turn gorgeous shades of orange, red and yellow.

But it’s also time for apples.  And pumpkin.  And man do I love those!  So consider this your warning.  Expect lots of apple and pumpkin recipes to come!  :)

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Last year, I found a recipe that I really wanted to try out from Crazy For Crust.  Of course, I had to put my own spin on it.  I added one ESSENTIAL ingredient – pumpkin!  And the result is pure amazing-ness.  These are so good.  I don’t dare have them for breakfast!  This is for sure a delicious dessert!  (Ok.  Maybe I had a small leftover one for breakfast this morning…)

This caramel frosting was SO easy and SOOO good.  Like forget the cake and grab a spoon good!!!  Pinning so I don't lose this recipe!!

And the caramel frosting?  YUM.

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The best part?  These are SO simple to make and they don’t take much time!  You won’t ever want a regular cinnamon roll again!

Just made these Apple Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Caramel Frosting .... OH MY GOSH!! SO good!  And REALLY quick and easy!  Pinning so I don't lose this recipe!!

Now you could stop with just the cinnamon rolls.  Maybe add a dollop of vanilla ice cream?  And you will be happy.  It will be delicious.  BUT.  Take the 5 minutes and make the frosting.  It will blow your mind!  You can do it!  Go for the full experience! :)

Just made these Apple Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Caramel Frosting .... OH MY GOSH!! SO good!  And REALLY quick and easy!  Pinning so I don't lose this recipe!!

Apple Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls With Caramel Frosting Recipe

Apple Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls With Caramel Frosting Recipe

Ingredients

  • For the Filling:
  • 2 tabelspoons butter
  • 2 cups diced Granny Smith Apples (about 1 1/2 medium apples, diced)
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/3 cup canned pumpkin
  • For the rolls:
  • 1 tube crescent rolls (I used the large ones)
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 3 tablespoons canned pumpkin
  • For the frosting:
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 2-3 tablespoons heavy whipping cream, divided
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 F.
  2. In a skillet, melt 2 tbsp butter. Once it is melted add your diced apples, sugar and cinnamon. Mix and let cook for about 5 minutes.
  3. Add the pumpkin to the apple mixture and combine well. Let cook for about 10 minutes stirring occasionally.
  4. Take off the heat and let cool. Letting the mix cool is important! If you try adding the filling while it is hot, it will be harder to roll.
  5. Open the tube of crescent rolls and try to keep the rolls in one large rectangular piece. Once it is unrolled, press together any seams that have come apart.
  6. Spread a thin layer of pumpkin (you may not need all 3 tbsp) on the dough.
  7. Then, spread the cooled apple pumpkin mixture evenly on the dough.
  8. Start at one end and roll as tightly as you can.
  9. Once they are rolled, use a knife (serrated knife is the easiest) to cut into about 8 pieces.
  10. Place on a lined cookie sheet. (I lined mine with wax paper.) Bake for 11-14 minutes or until they start to get a golden brown color on the crust.
  11. While the cinnamon rolls are baking make your frosting! I just used the same skillet that the apple and pumpkin mixture was in.
  12. Add your butter and brown sugar to the skillet and let it melt. You will want to be stirring it constantly for about 2 minutes.
  13. Add 1 tbsp cream and stir for 30 seconds or so.
  14. Remove from heat and add 1 tbsp cream, vanilla and the powdered sugar. Whisk together. If needed, add the last tablespoon of cream.
  15. Add frosting to cinnamon rolls and enjoy!
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Today’s Free Ebooks

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Daily List of Free Ebooks

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Thanks See Mom Click for our daily list of free ebooks!

 

Want more Kindle deals? Check out all the Kindle Daily Deals and this month’s batch of 100 books for $3.99 or less.

Don’t have a Kindle? Just download a free Kindle reading app!

Amazon has a selection of Kindles here (prices start at just $69).

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Fashion For Mom – Gold + Leopard Outfit

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Fall is on the way!  I’ve been busy working on getting my fall wardrobe ready.   I found this outfit on Pinterest and I just love it.  It’s full of classics that can be reworked into tons of outfits all season!

I don’t have the price of the original outfit, but I will say that my look alike outfit only costs $155!

shirt Chambray Shirt from Target $22.99
Get it here

tank

Long, white tank
Price depends on size – price ranges from $3.92-$9.50

pants

Khaki Wash Skinny Jeans
From Macy’s $44.00

shoes

Leopard Ballet Flats
From Target – $14.99

bag

Black Handbag
From Payless – $23.99

cuff

Leopard Bracelet
From Charming Charlie – $13.00

necklace

Necklace and Earring Set
From Charming Charlie – $13.00

scarf

Cashmere Blend Scarf
From Amazon – $15.99

Fashion For Moms

This outfit is a steal for only $155!  That’s 9 pieces!  Or only $17.26 each!

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