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Wholesale Ted's 50 Ways You Can Invest & Earn Money Passively

Wholesale Ted, A.K.A. Sarah Chrisp, is one of the few online entrepreneurs I trust to provide good information about ways to earn money online. Previously I shared her video,  100 Websites & Apps To Make MONEY For FREE At Home Online , which is well worth a look if you're looking to start some form of side hustle in your free time. Sarah has since followed up this video with a new comprehensive run through of 50 Ways You Can Invest & Earn Money Passively , including several ways Sarah actually does earn passive income. It should be noted that the term 'passive income' is often associated with too good to be true online business courses claiming to teach you how to earn millions while you sleep. If that's what you're looking for then this video is probably not for you. Sarah presents you with legitimate ways to earn passive income that may take time to ramp up to anything substantial or might require considerable work up front before you can sit back and see

Batwoman CW TV Series (2019- ) - The Best Batman (without Batman) TV Show So Far?

On multiple occasions I've written about my desire for a live action Batman TV series including this post, The Bat Suit and CSI Batman , and this post, Batman Television Series Reboot - It's About Time . Unfortunately (and fortunately depending on my mood) Batman on the big screen has pretty much killed any chance of a Batman TV series for the time being. That said, there have been a few shows in recent time circling around Batman such as, Gotham , Pennyworth , and Titans . I also hear director of The Batman , Matt Reeves, is doing one too. Gotham started out promising in its first season but lost me due to awkward scheduling (I think when it started I was watching it week to week on free to air TV). Plus the focus on the bad guys didn't really do it for me. I like Batman's rogue gallery more when Batman is the one going after them. Pennyworth I've yet to check out but the idea of a prequel for Bruce Wayne's Dad's butler doesn't sound appealing to me reg

Sending Weird Things into Space - Can We Get a Big Cheese on the Moon?

After Elon Musk's SpaceX program launched a Tesla with their Starman into space, Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, thinks he can go weirder by sending himself, his brother Mark , and a mystery winning bidder of a third seat in his Blue Origin, reusable rocket, the New Shepard, into space. Which is not weird in itself but kind of sounds a bit bonkers when you word it as "we're sending our CEO into space". To be fair Jeff is fulfilling a life long dream of going into space, and probably wants to demonstrate that his new space tourism business is safe by trying it out for himself. I'm not sure Elon ever had a lifelong dream to launch a car into space but good on him for doing it just because he can. Of course NASA and Russia's Space programs pioneered sending weird things into space in the 1960's, particularly chimpanzees, but, more weirdly a dog (or two?). I kind of understand the chimpanzees as an analogue for human space travel but I'm not so sure about the do

Movie Review: Cruella (2021) *Spoiler Free*

I must admit, the main reason I wanted to see Cruella was I really liked the visuals of the the trailers. It definitely looked liked an interesting approach to a character that's never really been on my radar beyond the original, Disney, animated feature (which I'm not entirely sure I've ever seen but I did read the novelization as a child). I have heard some reviewers criticise the director, Craig Gillespie, for not really doing anything interesting with the visuals in this film, and I can see there were definitely opportunities missed. I kind of feel in the hands of someone like Tim Burton, Cruella could've been far more visually stunning. However, I still found it a very visually interesting film, largely thanks to some amazing costume and set  design, and I really liked the magazine typography combined with live action effects used through various montages. I also appreciated the heavy use of popular music over a more cinematic score to help capture the mid 1970

Wholesale Ted's 100 Websites & Apps To Make MONEY For FREE At Home Online (Working Worldwide 2021)

Sarah Chrisp from the YouTube channel, Wholesale Ted If you've ever wanted a comprehensive list of ways to make money online, with no starting capital, Sarah Chrisp, from the YouTube channel, Wholesale Ted , has done all the research for you in this comprehensive video (embeded below), 100 Websites & Apps To Make MONEY For FREE At Home Online . I'm going to admit that this post is just as much for me as it is for sharing information with you. While I could like, or bookmark this video if I need to go back to it again, if I add it to my blog I'm much more likely to remember it and know where to find it.  I'm not affiliated with Sarah or Wholesale Ted, This post is not sponsored. However I am a subscriber and regular viewer of Sarah's YouTube channel. I highly recommend her videos if you have any interest in setting up your own Print on Demand or Drop Shipping online store. I was going to go through and list out all the links for you, since Sarah didn't add th

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