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  • v BBORDEN86
    It is definitely very frustrating. Could you possibly switch your hours at your first job?? Or is there people in your neighborhood that need dogs walked?? That way you'd get your exercise in... and be getting paid. It may not bank a lot of money but at least it's tax free! Just another suggestion. Also you may try some hotels. A lot of times they need morning receptionists or housekeeping. I know it's not the best job in the entire world. If I think of some other stuff I'll let you know. I just know how difficult it is to run into money trouble, and I don't want that for you.
    1813 days ago
  • v BBORDEN86
    It just depends on how much "free time" you are willing to give up. Wed - Sun. you could work short days at Kohl's, Meijer, Wal-Mart, or any other retail establishment 7am to 8am to 1 or earlier if you can manage it. I'm not sure what other retail places you have around you. Alot of places are going to hiring for seasonal help to. It may not be something permanent but it'll be something to get you by. You may not be an early person, but thatd be about 20 hours. You don't want to give up sleep, because you'll defnitely need it. Then work longer days Mon. & Tues. but if I were you, I'd try to keep a couple days off. It makes it extremely difficult if you don't have a fews day to breathe, and enjoy time to yourself. You could work on Mon. or Tues. if you're brave, but it really just depends on the places hiring too. Most places are flexible, because a lot of people are working two jobs now. You just have to be honest with them up front, and tell them your hours at your full-time job. I had to make sure my second job KNEW that my first job was my priority, and I won't always be able to drop everything to come rescue them. I'd say start filling out applications with your availability and then let them call and ask you to explain. Good luck, I hope you find something that suits your needs.
    1814 days ago
  • v KATIE_DREAMSBIG
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    Welcome to " REVAMP yourself "

    - a new group for women ready for a make over and new look this season!

    We have a countdown to xmas and treat yourself, chat and weigh in!!


    Good luck losing weight....one day at a time is all it takes. x

    thanks Sparkles!

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    1814 days ago
  • v MRS.DOYLE
    Thanks for enjoying my roses. They are a variety called "Iceberg". This particular bush has travelled with me on my last 2 house moves and always survives.
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    1848 days ago
  • v MISTYBLUE716
    Thank you for visiting my blog! I hope you had an awesome day!! emoticon
    1860 days ago
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