The Script-Notes Show was founded under the premise of helping others improve their life's script by highlighting ways to save both time and money with some of the best stories, tips and advice in technology, personal finance, current events and more.
It goes without saying that a little customer service can go a long way, when employed by the employee AND the customer. Doing just that might be able to save you a little bit (or a lot) on your credit card portfolio according to a recent survey.
Another survey is also showing that many Americans are planning on refraining from traveling this winter. Are you one of them?
As always, thank you for listening. Be sure to subscribe and share the show, as well as following along at script-notes.com!
Also, be sure to check out our favorite budgeting software, You Need a Budget, which might be a game changer for your monthly budget and get a free trial! Even better, it syncs with debt paydown software Undebt.it!
When it comes to money, sometimes you just can’t beat plain old common sense. Today’s episode features some good tips to keep in mind for your financial life.
Today's episode is also brought to you by Undebt.it, one of the best tools available for helping you to get out of debt!
While the economy as a whole may be in question on a daily basis, one thing that may be getting some clarity this fall is gas prices.
Have you started using GasBuddy yet? If not, it's a great way to be able to keep up to date on the latest prices at the pump. Now, with their Pay With GasBuddy Card, you can also find additional savings at the pump, including occasional deal alerts like an additional 21 cents off per gallon! And if you shop online frequently, you can also add to your savings. I personally use it, and it's a great way to be able to put some more money back in your wallet. Check it out here today, and use the code "EB5NW5R". Let me know if you have any questions! Have a great week!
Earlier today, the yield curve inverted, which previously has always been a sign leading up to a recession. I wanted to talk about a post from MarketWatch that I thought had some good information about it. Opinions seem to vary about what this might portend to, however, it should still be something to keep an eye on, especially over the next month or so. Always be sure to seek the advice of your investment professional should you have further questions.
For Episode 45, I take a deep dive into the app, Tally.
You can tell Tally that you would either like to pay the cards manually, or have it pay them on your behalf. Tally will issue you a credit line that it uses to pay on your cards, with its own interest rate often being lower than most other cards available. In some ways it is like a balance transfer of sorts, but can also pay on amounts for you, helping to lessen any potential for interest charges.
If you think you’d like to get going with it, be sure to check out our referral link, and we’ll both get a $20 Amazon gift card when you sign up!
Of course, another great method for tracking your debt and paying it off is Undebt.it, another great tool that I’ve used in the past and highly recommend. Plus if you’re a fan of You Need a Budget, it syncs with that as well!
Web Post: https://script-notes.com/blog/2019/8/2/how-to-pay-off-debt-with-the-tally-app
Hot off the heels of the Equifax Data Breach Settlement, yesterday it was announced by Capital One that a hacker may have compromised information from 100 million applications. This episode covers some tips and steps you can take if you think you may have been affected.
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Capital One Data Breach - What You Need To Know from USA Today
Washington Post - Capital One Data Breach Affects 100 Million Applications
Budgets can be daunting. It might seem like there is an endless laundry list of categories to keep track of at times. That's where the 50-30-20 budget can come in handy. The goal, is to limit your after tax income to 50% being allocated to needs, 30% to wants and 20% to savings (extra debt payments can count as savings).
As a Microsoft Excel junkie, after learning more about this method, I came up with a template that can mirror a lot of the techniques as it relates to this method of budgeting. It's available on Etsy. As a special thank you to my listeners, be sure to click the link here (if you have any issues with the link, don't hesitate to send an email to email@example.com) and get 20% off the template! This link is for podcast listeners only. Be sure to listen for the coupon code! I hope this can help you, and others out, so please feel free to share! I have other templates in the pipeline as well, so any proceeds will go to further that work, so thank you in advance!
On a previous episode, I mentioned the concept of financial freedom, which got me to thinking about how it might relate to podcasting. I asked if podcasting has led to being more financially free for you in Anchor's Slack channel for podcasters (sign up at anchor.fm/start, it's a great community!). I wanted to share a response that I received. I loved his response. At this moment, it's helping to fund his creativity, but he already feels rich because of the connections he's made. How cool! So would love to throw it to you out there. Are you pursuing your passions? Do you feel rich even if it's not allowed you to be financially independent? Send a voice message or email firstname.lastname@example.org! Your story might get featured in another episode, like Mat's!
Finally, if you haven't been to the blog lately, be sure to sign up for our newsletter so you don't miss out! Recent posts have included what to do if you need to retire earlier than you expected (and maybe not in a good way), how to save money on Halloween and other forthcoming holidays, Jony Ive leaving Apple and the correlation between financial freedom and credit cards.
Thank you as always for listening, and for your support. If you get a chance, and could leave a review and subscribe, we would greatly appreciate it! Have a great week!
“If you think it’s hard to meet new people, try picking up the wrong golf ball.” – Jack Lemmon I shared this quote today on the blog, and thought it was very appropriate for many aspects of life.
Frequently I like to share quotes from the site BrainyQuote, on Instagram, mainly because I like that so many quotes can have so many different meanings to different people.
Today’s stuck out to me though. Yes, there’s a bit of good ol’ Jack Lemmon humor behind it, but it got me thinking more about the times in life when we’ve “picked up the wrong golf ball,” only to have it lead to even better moments.
What about you? Have you had any moments like this in your life? Let’s hear them! Remember to utilize the voice messages link below, and you might get a shout out on a future episode!
Lately I’ve become more intrigued by the concept of financial freedom or financial independence, and the varying forms that that can take on when it comes to personal finance. I’m in the midst of reading Grant Sabatier’s Financial Freedom, and it has really brought back to life the concept of “a penny saved is a penny earned.”
Given Anchor has now made voice messages more accessible to users of other podcast platforms (see link below in show notes), I would love to take this opportunity to put it to use and have you share what financial freedom means to you! Is it getting out of debt? Traveling the world? Pursuing your passion that you haven’t had time for? Have you reached financial independence? If so, let me know, and I’d be more than happy to share your thoughts in a future episode! Or if you’d prefer to email, just send an email to email@example.com.
Have you been to the blog lately? Articles this week have included a couple of ideas to make some money this summer, including garage sale flipping tips and starting your own business reselling items on Amazon. On the topic of financial freedom, you'll also see some great financial security tips as well. Make sure to check those out!
Finally, Happy Father's Day to all Dads, Dads to be and Dads yet to be out there. As a Dad myself, I can honestly say there is no greater joy than time spent with your little one. That's truly the gift that keeps on giving. Of course, if you're still in need of some last minute gift ideas, check out this guide from Amazon.
Have a great weekend!
Do you sometimes feel like your smartphone has become the boss of you, versus it actually being a tool for you to use?
I recently happened upon a Medium article, titled “How To Configure Your iPhone To Work for You, Not Against You.” The post is a bit of a lengthy read, but the author recognized this and decided to break it up into three sections, based on how far you wanted to go. The post was from late 2018, so it is fairly up to date for the latest iteration of iOS.
As a bit of a segue then, Anchor recently rolled out an update to their Voice Messages feature, available anywhere on web or mobile. You may have heard about the new feature in an ad read, but basically the feature allows listeners to submit one minute voice messages to podcast creators, by clicking the link below in the notes here. You used to have to download the app, but not anymore!
Anchor does state, "to ensure everyone has a great experience on Anchor, we do not permit anonymously sent Voice Messages — senders will need to sign up or log into an Anchor account in order to send a message, so you can see who it’s coming from."
So with that, what are your thoughts about the state of our smart phone usage? What 'hacks' do you use to limit your screen time, increase productivity and more? Leave a voice message and I'll include it on a future episode!
Finally, if you follow along on Instagram, you'll see I frequently like to share quotes for the day. I'd like to start integrating that into the podcast to wrap up episodes, and to encourage engagement. To get the ball rolling, let's use a quote attributed to Benjamin Franklin, "beware the little expenses. A small leak will sink a great ship." What's your take? What little expenses have you eliminated?
As always, if you'd prefer not to leave a voice message, but want to participate, send a message via the site!
A couple weeks ago, Apple made one of its largest forays into services, a change from their usual events regarding new hardware products or OS updates. While the changes to their TV offerings and News app were widely suspected, there was one announcement that raised some curiosity. Apple announced their own credit card, the Apple Card.
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Social media. Bank accounts. Subscriptions. Credit cards. You name it, you probably have a log in for it. Here’s food for thought though. While none of us ever want to ponder what might happen after we leave this mortal coil, there will be those left behind that may have the inevitable task of needing to handle your finances, log ins and more. The question is, do you have all this documented? More than likely not.
Enter the My Lifetime Financial Organizer - listen in for more!
Also, while most would argue that it would make a lot more sense to pay off your debt first, particularly if it’s a high interest credit card debt, could a case be made to also increase your savings as well?
Finally, Starbucks is rolling out changes to their rewards program in participating locations. Do you think you'll visit the chain more? Less? What are some of your other favorite loyalty programs? Send a comment with your thoughts!
It's spring, and with that can come some rainy days inside. So why not curl up with Audible and get a free day 30 trial and book today?
As mentioned, Anchor has a great listener support feature - and if you make a contribution, you'll get a shout out on the show as well as the chance to be a co host if interested! If you have a small business with a product or service that saves consumers time and money, we'd love to highlight you!
I recently wrote a piece about the web app dollareighty.com, and how it can really help expedite your social media strategy, particularly when it comes to Instagram. The main goal is that you're leaving your "two cents" on posts that are within your niche or brand, but nothing "spammy." Actual, meaningful posts. Listen in for more, and how this might be able to help you.
Also, the podcast has a new website! I'm really excited about its initial features and launch, with more to come down the road!
Finally, I'd like to ask are there more topics you'd like to hear about? How can I help you? Contact us and let us know!
Have a great weekend!
Does it ever feel like you have a “case of the Mondays”? Does the weekend ever feel like it flies by “way too fast”? If that sounds familiar, you’re definitely not alone for one thing. What about though, if it was just a matter of changing your mindset about the weekend, that could potentially make weekends a little more tolerable? Listen in for more.
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Finally, have you heard about the FI/RE Movement, a hot phrase within the personal finance circle lately? What’s your take? Leave a voice message if listening in via Anchor, otherwise, send a message to our Facebook page or Instagram with your thoughts! The premise of retiring early may sound nice to everyone, but it certainly has its critics, as well as books singing its praises.
Thank you listeners for your time, and certainly if there are additional topics you might like to hear about, let us know. And certainly if you would ever like to be a part of the podcast, and would enjoy sharing your take and time and money saving tips, we’d love to hear it!
From the blog this week, we shared an article about a recent survey from Bankrate that says that 3 in 10 Americans have more credit card debt than emergency savings. Which leads to the question, what are your financial priorities? Is it saving? Paying down debt first? Saving, then paying down debt? Send an email and let us know!
Finally, make sure to follow along on social on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, as deals and savings will be shared there that don't always make it to the site or podcast in time - such as this week's eHarmony deal for Valentine's Day!
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Usually there a couple things that go together with the Super Bowl. Food and ads. In recent years, Super Bowl ads have come under fire for being lame and boring, with only a select few making the cut of being memorable. So in today’s episode, I would like to pose the question, have the ads lost their way from a creative standpoint? Or is it because our attention spans have evolved, and thus marketers have tried to do the same?
On Instagram, I shared the quote, “marketing is enthusiasm transferred to the customer.” I am curious to know what you think about this, especially if you are in business or marketing. Or even if you’re a general consumer, what marketing techniques work to get you excited about a product or service? What has been successful for you and your business or product? If you’re listening on the Anchor app, be sure to leave a voice message with your thoughts, or send an email to email@example.com and would love to feature your take in a future episode!
On the site this week, I shared a post about tips for making sure your car remains in top shape for winter, as well as some additional ways you can pad your Acorns account. As a reminder, if you would like to consider becoming a friend of the show, and receiving a subsequent shout out, please consider our Listener Support feature!
Make sure to follow along on social on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, as deals and savings will be shared there that don't always make it to the site or podcast in time due to being time sensitive!
Have a great week!
Welcome to another episode of The Script-Notes Show!
Have you gotten your credit card bill from your holiday shopping yet? Want to avoid a repeat of this come this December? Then start budgeting now!
If your credit card habits got the best of you, I highly recommend checking out Tally. Check their post out here for more, and then get a $20 gift card here should you decide to sign up!
Finally, you've probably heard about the Cash app on other podcasts. Did you know though that with their Cash Card feature, you can actually add boosts to get additional savings at other retailers, like 10% off Taco Bell? Get $5 to get started!
As always, thank you for listening to the show, and if you like what you hear, please reshare and retweet! Have a great weekend.
While the shipping deadline for online shopping might have come and gone by now for Tuesday, there's still one idea available that could be the gift that keeps on giving.
Remember the days of giving paper stock certificates? Gone are those days (for the most part), and now with the digital age, we have Stockpile.
From their About Us page: A few Christmases ago, our founder, Avi, thought it would be neat to give his nieces and nephews some stock in their favorite companies instead of more stuff. But the ones he wanted to give — Apple and Google — were too pricey, and the process was such a hassle that he gave up and bought more toys. He couldn’t get the idea out of his mind, though, and figured there had to be a way. And that’s how Stockpile was born.
If you are interested in getting started with $5 of stock, just shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll gladly refer you! Also, gift cards to just about anywhere can make great last minute ideas. Websites like Raise.com can offer a great way to do some last minute saving on gift cards. I would also recommend checking out Amazon for gift card ideas as well as Gift Card Granny. Certainly as a shameless plug, if there's a Dad in your family you could use another t-shirt, we have a great offering as well. As this will probably be the last episode until after Christmas, I would like to wish everyone out there a very happy holiday, Merry Christmas, and may you share the gifts of love and joy, and feel them as well. Remember, giving presence is the best gift of all. Thank you as always for listening!
Welcome to Episode 30! There’s no denying how popular the low carb diet has become lately. If there’s one thing that we know how to do this time of year, it’s eat. A lot. It doesn’t have to be that way though. You can still find plenty of delicious recipes to make without blowing your caloric budget out of the water. If you’re resolving to eat better in the new year, or know of loved ones or friends who may wish to do the same, check out the blog for a round up of some of the best selling low carb and keto cookbooks!
For this episode, we have a blog roundup of recent posts, including a link to post about how you can perfect your holiday photography. We also have tips about how to save for college, and finally a great story about how the latest Apple Watch feature may have saved someone’s life. Check out those stories and more over at the blog.
If you haven’t had a chance yet, make sure to listen to our last episode about how to win free Blue Apron!
Finally, it can be hard to find a great gift idea for your loved ones at this point of the year. Amazon has a great gift guide, as well as a section for items that have been ordered as gifts. If you’re in need of ideas, I would be more than happy to help as well!
Have you been to our store section yet? Make sure to use the code SCRIPTPOD at checkout for free shipping! This is for podcast listeners only!
I also highlight trading platform, TastyWorks. As a numbers guy, I appreciate the fact that they highlight the probability of your making a profit on your trade, and with all of the ups and downs lately, it’s a great way to be able to figure out your chances. Check them out here.
As always, thank you for your time and for listening. Our listenership continues to increase, and we appreciate the continued support! Hopefully we’ve been able to save you some time and money along the way!
As a way of thanking our listeners, wanting to give back, and perhaps save you some time in the kitchen this holiday season, we have four Blue Apron promo codes to give away!
All you need to do is head to our Instagram page, follow, and then leave a comment with the hashtag mentioned in the episode!
We’ll leave this open for a week to give everyone enough time to listen to the episode and comment. Then after 9 pm EST on 12/13, four winners will be randomly chosen. Just so you are aware, Blue Apron requires an email address be used as part of the referral program.
Don’t worry, I won’t sign you up for any lists, etc. Of course, you may get something from Blue Apron, and then after that, it’s up to you to decide if you’d like to continue with the service. Open to residents of the US, and not sponsored by Blue Apron or Instagram, or other show sponsors. Hopefully though it will save you a little bit of time and effort this month with some pretty delicious recipes!
In an effort to save some time, for this episode, we recap some of the headlines that were added to the blog this week.
This time of year can mean a time for going out to eat, and needing to pay your friends back, so make sure you don't leave them hanging by using Square's simple and easy to use Cash app. Get $5 to get started today. Also, make sure to follow along on our Facebook page as we will frequently share deals and savings, when time doesn't allow for a blog post!
After taking a break for the holidays, we take a moment to realize the importance of "be here now," when it comes to this time of year, and the impact it can have not just on yourself, but your loved ones. Spending on gifts can also be an anxiety ridden time for everyone. But it doesn't have to be - make sure you don't let debt get the best of you with some tips on how to save money at Christmas.
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Just a PSA that if your state allows early voting, you may want to look into it, due to potential bad weather creeping across the country this week. Make sure you plan accordingly!
Also, I put up a post with additional voting information you might find useful, including discount codes on Uber, Lyft and Lime, in case you should need transportation assistance to the polls. If you haven't voted already, there's still plenty of time to read up on candidates and proposals for making an informed decision. The best voter is an informed one. How will that potential candidate's votes affect you directly? Or, if they're already elected, how have their votes affected you, as well as the lives of others? Lastly, just go vote, and have fun! There's no reason just because it's a mid term that turnout has to be low.
Happy Halloween! So here’s sort of a scary story to share for today…
A recent article mentioned that many college students didn’t want to vote, citing it was “too much of a hassle” to send back in their ballots mainly because they couldn’t find stamps. They can easily be had from the Post Office’s website, local locations, and more often than not, your local grocery store.
Also, if you’re still unsure about where to vote, make sure to check out sites like vote.org for the latest information, and what you might need on election day. Also, if you need an absentee ballot, many locations will allow you to request this online, almost up until this Saturday. Regardless of what side of the aisle you’re on, be an informed voter. This election is worth your hassle.
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Tuesday was a major deadline in many states to register to vote. Make sure to check and confirm your voter registration at vote.org if you haven't already as more deadlines are coming up! Even if you think you're registered, it can't hurt to make sure everything is up to date.
Here is the link for deadlines.
You've probably heard of the envelope budgeting system, where once you get paid, you put actual cash into different categorized envelopes. However, as you may have seen from a recent viral story, make sure those envelopes aren't anywhere near a paper shredder.
Home automation is becoming quite popular, and a great way to get started is with the Philips Hue Light Bulbs. Today, Amazon is running a deal for $10 off the Color Ambiance product (it is available via Amazon Prime.)
As always, thank you for listening. We're almost at 1500 downloads! If there is anything you'd like to hear more about, ways to save, and more, email me at email@example.com as I'd love to hear from you!
I don’t have enough time. There’s not enough time in the day. Who has time for that? Do those statements and questions sound familiar to you? I recently reposted an Instagram from Gary Vaynerchuk at our handle, where he said, “oh you have time, you just picked something else.” Granted, we’re all going to have different schedules and different priorities when it comes to time management. We’re all looking for life “hacks” to improve our lives. Look on Pinterest, run a Google search, and frequently you’ll see many a post a site with a plethora of ways to get things done, or improve productivity.
I’d like to open this up. What are your time management strategies? How do you find time to accomplish your priorities in the day? What are your thoughts on the above quote? If you’re listening on the Anchor platform, leave us a voice message, otherwise send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d be glad to share in a future episode. As always, thanks for listening!
Wow! It's hard to believe that what started as a leap of faith has now blossomed into over 1,000 downloads! Also, it's our 20th episode! That said, if your TV hasn't told you already with a litany of ads, election season is upon us. While you'll mainly hear about the "hot" topics, there are many an item getting voted on in Congress that you might not even know about. Enter Countable. Get clear, concise summaries of bills going through Congress, see what others think, then take action. Telling your reps how you feel is easier than ever with email and now video messages. Make your democracy more responsive! Visit countable.us to join today! Apps are also available in the Apple App Store as well as Google Play!
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Jobs with the search engine giant can be tough to land. But recruiters from the company share some resume writing tips that just might be able to not only help you land a job with them, but potentially score a dream job with the company you've had your eye on.
Good luck on your next interview!
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At the time of this recording, it’s September 11th in the U.S., and with a potentially devastating hurricane headed for the East Coast, I wanted to take this episode to reflect upon acts of kindness.
This morning, I shared to my social media platforms, a quote I found attributed to Aesop: “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” I would love to hear your favorite story about acts of kindness. Please check out the social media handles above and like, comment, retweet and share with your story as well as share this episode. Leave a voice message if you’re listening on Anchor, or email me at email@example.com, and I would love to read and share it in another episode. Let’s get some positive vibes going today and in the coming days. You never know what positive impact your story may have, be it one, or many. As always, thank you for listening.
For this episode I cover how sometimes "stay-cations" can also be the best vacations as well!
I have also taken to "re-discovering" Instagram and posting inspirational content on there as well as other life tips, food creations and more! What inspires you? Leave us a voice message or comment on our latest post on Instagram! Who knows, you might get featured in a future blog post or episode!
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It’s hard to believe it’s that time of year again. A big part of any parent’s (and teacher’s) budget is school supplies, so today we share a couple of techniques that will hopefully help you not have to break the bank too much! Links – Check out Cash Back Monitor for a comprehensive list of how to save at many retailers and Raise.com for a great selection of discounted gift cards.
Finally, head to our blog and search for a round up of some of the top selling back packs for the coming school year, and other personal finance headlines in the week that was. As always, thank you for listening, and your support!
In today's episode we talk about the importance of getting rid of the "clutter" in your life, especially when it comes to finances.
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Have a great week!
In today's show, we hit upon a couple personal finance mindfulness tips that I think should help you the next time you're weighing what to buy.
For our ancestry enthusiasts out there, I highlight a great deal going on until August 20th.
Have you heard of the kombucha tea craze? Apparently Starbucks has as well.
Finally, you know how a lot of times you're listening to a great podcast that has to get interrupted for a promo read? (We all have to put food on the table right?). Well, we're hoping to help ease that up a bit, where if you're enjoying what you've been hearing, please consider visiting our Listener Support section (link below). We'd love to give you (or your business/organization) a shout out in a future episode!
Thank you as always for your listenership, and make it a great week!
In this week’s episode we finish our two part series on what to do and think about if you’re unhappy in your current role, and potential steps to take.
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Finally, do you own an Alexa device? Check out yesterday’s post about how you can save some serious money on smart plugs and bulbs!
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This week's episode focuses on the importance of building relationships with others not just in our careers but in life as well.
As mentioned in the episode, the deal alert for Apple's AirPods is still ongoing, so check that out here!
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Are you in the same career you originally went to school for? Or thought you’d be doing? Turns out, you’re not alone. I talk about my own path in this regard.
It seems like everything we eat these days might be contaminated.
It’s August 1st, which means it’s time to check in with your budget again. Are you on track and rolling with the punches? If you need help get a free trial to You Need a Budget!
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Probably most of us at some point or another have had to face the music when it comes to the dreaded medical bill. It’s even worse if you have to visit the ER. It doesn’t always have to be that way though. In today’s episode are some tips to hopefully make your next visit to the hospital or urgent care less painful than it already is when it comes to your wallet.
If you’re listening via Anchor, make sure to leave us a voice message for any tips or advice you might have for others when it comes to saving on medical bills as we’d love to share it with others! If listening on other apps, feel free to connect with us on our site.
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Today's quick episode talks about reshaping how we think about the money decisions that we make. Is your 401(k) sitting idle due to being intimidated about how to make the right investment choices? Turns out you're not alone!
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As always, thank you for listening, and remember, we all have a role to play in the script of life, what notes will you make?
Welcome to another episode of The Script-Notes Show!
Today we discuss how Amazon wasn't exactly Primed for Prime Day.
We also open up the show for discussion as to how you plan to budget for the upcoming holiday season (be sure to leave a voice message if you're listening via Anchor, otherwise be sure to like our Facebook page and send us a message there or visit our website and be sure to subscribe to our emails.
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Happy Post 4th of July everyone. Today we cover a story, where I had an interesting conversation with a former marine on July 3rd, how the Script-Notes show continues to expand on different platforms, and a quick recap of some different stories and headlines since our last episode. Thank you again for listening, and be sure to subscribe anywhere you listen to your favorite podcast! Link to iPhone Case.
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Welcome to the first episode of Script-Notes!
The Script-Notes Show was founded under the premise of helping others improve their life's script by highlighting ways to save both time and money with some of the best stories, tips and advice in technology, personal finance, current events and more.
We hope to make this show about you, for you, and would love to answer any questions you may have? Trying to figure out what credit card to use for your upcoming trip? How to save money on the latest deals? How to budget? Info on the latest Apple products? We're looking to cover it all, and have some guests on as well! So certainly feel free to leave us a voice message on Anchor if you have any questions!
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