Wood pallets can be found anywhere, even the inner city. They are often free but never more than a few dollars. Big box stores throw away scrap lumber and are more than happy to give it away. Use It!
The re-purpose movement is in full swing. People are constantly on the lookout for something different that can be transformed from it's former use into new glory. Old doors are an excellent choice.
The Shabby Chic look is gaining in popularity but it can cost a lot to look old and weathered. Here are some tips on getting the look you want without spending your children's college fund.
Everybody has a get rich quick scheme. Sadly most of them are hokum. Here is a plan that will help you make an extra $500 dollars per week. Investing a small amount of your money and a little time.
During my stay in the Atlanta Federal Prison Camp it was rife with illegal activities on the part of inmates and guards alike. You will not believe some of what you are about read! Sadly it's all true
There's a new trend in this country, people are taking items that would otherwise end up in the trash or at a thrift shop and re-purposing them to decorate their homes. The possibilities are endless!
Americans throw or give away millions of dollars a year in good, usable merchandise, clothes, toys, furniture, etc.. Thrift stores and dumpsters are stacked with items that are worth money.
We are far too quick to discard a piece of furniture today that still may have years of use. It is true that sometimes things become damaged beyond repair. That is when it's time to re-purpose it!
Farm Tables are in! A do it yourself guide to converting your existing table into a farm table for under $50
Farm tables are popular today. Many people want one but they aren't cheap. Prices can surpass the $1000 mark. Here's a quick, easy and inexpensive way to give your current table the farm table look.
The population of our federal prisons continues to swell, and more people are faced with doing time. No one is prepared for this experience their first time.
I started a facebook based business really by happenstance, but it has really taken off. You can do it to.
Is there profit to be made in buying and selling real estate options and contracts? You betcha! There are pitfalls however so be careful. This hub explains!
I have previously written about my prison stay, more of a what to expect type hub. This is written to give a little more in depth view of how to handle yourself and avoid potential pitfalls.
There is an underground, behind the scenes prison economy and it thrives. It is unusual to say the least, resourceful for sure but thriving and healthy none the less with some help from the staff.
Solitary confinement is the most inhumane and difficult part of the prison experience. This hub tells of the experience.
Distressed furniture is very popular and appears to be growing in popularity. I started a business a few years ago selling pieces that have been distressed. This hub explains the process I use.
Don't pay $325 or $250 or even $10 to some scam artist promising to repair your credit. There is no magic formula. You can do what they do for free.
In prison the one thing you do have is time. I used mine largely to become healthier and lose weight. I was successful to the tune of 140 lbs. This hub tells how.
Federal Criminal charges usually stick. Big attorneys charge big fees. Choose a public defender and plead out!
This hub is an opinion piece and not meant to bash private defense attorneys, it is written based on my personal experience with how the legal system functions.
I borrowed $500 from a friend and turned it into a $25000 profit in 30 days and you can do it too! Here's how.
When I was sentenced to prison I had no idea what to expect. This hub is written in a effort to help those who are facing this and maybe make their road a little easier.
Federal inmates are resourceful and down right cunning. They run thriving and profitable businesses inside the system with the willing assistance of corrupt guards looking to line their own pockets.
This hub gives some detail into my life as a Federal inmate, the day in day out activities and hopefully puts to rest some myths about prison life, especially at the camp level.