What $1 buys around the world - travel tips and articles - Lonely Planet - StumbleUpon. At Lonely Planet, we're big fans of the travel bargain.
After all, the first guide we produced was Asia on the Cheap - and then Southeast Asia on a Shoestring. Just recently we've had articles about countries that can still be travelled on the cheap and how to cope in Copenhagen if you're down to your last krone. Little surprise then that we loved Contemporary Nomad's blog post about what $1 can buy you in the Philippines. The answer? Make Money in Your Spare Time Doing Simple Online Tasks. I've made a few hundred dollars taking surveys from SurveySavvy.
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With our economy in the state it's in, the job market is pretty competitive. But there are some ways to make money that don't require you to send in a résumé. Relax Better: Stop Monetizing Your Time. When Money Can Buy Happiness, Use It. The Stupid Things You Do with Your Money (and How to Fix Them) Stupid Thing #6 - you buy new.
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