January 25, 2010 • 7:15 am
Update: I forgot to mention Nancys Corner will be divide into 3 blogs all posts will not go to Around Our Way.
1. Around Our Way will have more of the Home & Garden posts along with DIY, thrift, and/or home decor posts.
2. Sewing Drama will have Fashion & Style posts along with posts of sewing for beginners.
3. Todays Careers has subcontracted opportunities and/or positions for employment will be post periodically. Along, with career resources and tips.
Here is my original message from earlier today.
I will be moving from wordpress.com to blogspot. I will delete Nancys Corner blog within 6 months to a year.
Also, I will transfer all posts from Nancys Corner to Around Our Way within the time specified above.
If you can please update your bookmarks, feeds, and/or emails, please do so @ Around Our Way
Filed under: Announcements, Career & Work, Computer & Technology, Family, Fashion & Style, For Your Info, Giveaways, Home & Garden, Personal Finances, Recipes, blogspot, moving, new blog, switching, tranferring, transfer
February 23, 2009 • 11:14 pm
The economy has many people stressed out, depressed, and feeling trap because there is no way out of their debts. Facing a financial mess is not helping your health nor your mentality take some precautions in maintaining your health.
Check out the following link for some tips
Filed under: Personal Finances, crisis, depress, economy, finances, financial problems, health, mentality, stress, trap
January 13, 2009 • 5:40 pm
It has been happening to numerous cardholders, because of the financial crisis and in recession credit companies are reducing consumers line of credit, but to reduce without notifying the cardholders is an outraged.
Most companies are not notifying the cardholders of any modifications toward their reductions pay close attention to your monthly statements.
Also, they are closing accounts, so don’t be surprise if your account is suddenly close. It seems that the companies are not making no money at all from cardholders by purchasing in small amounts leaving no room to pay towards the interest on the card. This very smart from the cardholders perspective, but not for the financial institutions they’re losing money.
Cardholders are more likely at risk if they have use their cards close to their credit limit or to the max. Even though you pay on time or you’ve been with the company for years you may receive a reduction on your credit line or your account maybe close.
I have a few tips that you can follow it’s not set in stones, but give it a try.
How to respond to a credit line reduction
Filed under: Personal Finances, accounts, closed, credit, credit cards, credit score, finances, personal, reduces, reduction