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We spent a whole lot of money in the last few months of 2000 that were not planed for but were unfortuantly required. This left us further in dept and out of extra money at the end of each pay period. How to pay this off and still have a life too with out waiting until ALL these bills ran there full course and were pid in full???

So looking around I found a few options for generating extra money. Janitor work (hate cleaning up someone elses mess), retail (doesn't pay much), newspaper routes (early hours, pay veries). Changing jobs wasn't a choice at least for me. I like where I work.

The paper route won. I'm a morning person. My route pays around $500 a month, it's 5 days a week, get up at 3am - get done and go to my regular job. If you can stand the hours it's great. Oh yes, in 5 years or less we exspect to have ALL yes ALL of the bills paid off, not just the new ones.
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