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Passive income also known as "Unearned Income" is income that can be earned automatically with minimal labor to earn or maintain. It can be a great way to help one generate extra cash flow, whether he or she is running a side hustle or just trying to get a little extra dough each month.

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Passive income is money you earn that doesn’t require you to do a lot of “active” work to continue making it. In essence, you can do most of the work upfront and put some additional effort along the way to earn an income. 

For example, if you create an online course, you just need to update its content to keep the money flowing.

You’ve probably heard the expression, “make money while you sleep.” That’s the biggest draw that entices people to earn passive income.

You can create something (a blog, course, ebook, videos, or an online store) that generates money even when you’re not working. Or you can make passive income investments (property or stocks) that allow you to earn passively.

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  Kourtney Kardashian Marries Travis Barker in Las Vegas After 2022 Grammys
Posted by: Baypress - 05-23-2022, 01:01 PM - Forum: General Discussion & News - No Replies

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker said "I do" in Las Vegas on April 4, hours after attending the 2022 Grammys. All the details about the surprise ceremony below.

Here comes forever: Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are married!

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum, 42, tied the knot with the Blink-182 rocker, 46, in a surprise ceremony in Las Vegas early April 4, the One Love Wedding Chapel owner Marty Frierson confirms to E! News. Though the couple has yet to obtain an official marriage license, their Vegas nuptials took place just hours after they attended the 2022 Grammys, held at Sin City's MGM Grand Garden Arena, on April 3. TMZ was first to report the news.

Shortly before saying "I do," they attended a Grammys after-party at Delilah LV, where the duo packed on the PDA. "They were seated at a table in the back and making out," a source told E! News. "They weren't holding back and were having a lot of fun."

"Travis and Kourtney kept grabbing each other's faces and looked madly in love," the insider added. "They were showing major PDA and were really cute."
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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker at the 2022 Oscars

Prior to their nuptials, the pair, who also attended the 2022 Oscars, had already started celebrating their blended family, which includes Kourtney's children Mason, 12, Penelope, 9, and Reign, 7, and Travis' kids Landon, 18, Alabama, 16, as well as his stepdaughter, Atiana De La Hoya, 22. (She co-parents her trio with ex Scott Disick while Travis shares his kids with Shanna Moakler.)
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After initially sparking dating rumors back in December 2020, the couple confirmed their romance on Instagram in February 2021. They got engaged just eight months later, when Travis popped the question in a dreamy, beachside proposal at the Rosewood Miramar hotel in Montecito, Calif.

Naturally, Khloe Kardashian, Tristan Thompson, Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner and Corey Gamble were on hand when Travis got down on one knee.

"Travis escorted Kourtney down to the beach, where he had red and white florals set up in the shape of a heart," an eyewitness told E! News at the time. "It looked very romantic. Kourtney was smiling from ear to ear and put her hand over her mouth looking surprised. The family cheered for them and went back into the hotel."
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Another source added that Kourtney's family "surprised" the couple inside the hotel. The source also stated that Kourtney "had no idea" Travis was planning to propose to her and that she "teared up and couldn't stop saying, 'I love you.'"

Later confirming the news on Instagram, Kourtney posted two photos of her and Travis in each other's arms surrounded by candles and hundreds of roses as the sun set behind them. "Forever," she captioned the pictures. Travis' daughter Alabama was among the first to congratulate the pair, writing: "love u guys."

Travis and Kourtney have always had a strong connection. In fact, the two were close friends and neighbors long before they ever began dating and became "obsessed" with one another, as she describe it.
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Although they might've started off as just friends, an insider revealed that Travis has always had feelings for Kourtney.

"He's always wanted to date her, but she would brush it off, and they continued to just have a friendship," the source told E! News in March of last year. "Their relationship is going strong, and Travis has been treating her like a queen. He wants to do everything with her and is so excited about the relationship. It's going really well and Travis' kids love Kourtney."
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Kourtney Kardashian & Travis Barker's Blended Family Photos

And as just about anyone keeping up knows, the couple has never shied away from sharing their love for one another with the world through numerous PDA-filled posts online. That includes for Travis' 46th birthday on Nov. 14, where Kourtney posted a set of images of the two lovebirds holding hands, kissing and laughing together.
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"I f--king love you more than anything," she captioned the post. "My favorite everything. Happy birthday to you my baby."

Travis echoed her sentiments, commenting, "You're a dream come true, my soul mate my everything I LOVE YOU."

What's next for the couple? Well, Travis has already been teasing some potential baby names. When Kourtney posted a collection of photos on Instagram dressed up as Patricia Arquette's character, Alabama Whitman, from the film True Romance for Halloween, Travis replied with a comment that quickly got the Internet's attention. "Our sons name would be Elvis," he shared, making a reference to the name of Alabama and Clarence's son in the film.
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But that reference might not be too far off from reality. In November, a separate source told E! News that the couple are "hoping to be expecting by next year."

"They would love nothing more than to have a baby together. Kourtney has always wanted another baby and never felt like she was done," another source added. "Now that she's with Travis, she wants it even more."

Plus, in the trailer for Hulu's upcoming The Kardashians, her ex Scott reveals the duo "want to have a baby" together.

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Wink Why Buying Property in These Vacation Destinations Could Be a Great Investment
Posted by: Baypress - 05-23-2022, 12:58 PM - Forum: General Discussion & News - No Replies

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Real estate in general has long been a way for Americans to generate wealth. However, most Americans don’t venture outside of their primary residence when it comes to investing in real estate. Owning a rental property in a hot market can generate both long-term capital gains and immediate cash flow. In many areas, rental income can far exceed the cost of the mortgage on the property. This means that you’ll essentially be paid to own a property as it appreciates in value. However, to reach this investment nirvana you’ll have to pick properties in hot areas that generate consistent rental income. Here’s a list of five areas that do exactly that.
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30A, Florida
The term “30A” isn’t known to much of the country outside the Southeast, but it’s a huge rental property area with room to grow. “30A” refers to the stretch of highway between the popular resort towns of Destin and Panama City, Florida, and it’s dotted with small communities full of charm and gorgeous views right on the sandy beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. While flanked by touristy towns overrun with people during peak season, the small communities of Santa Rosa, Rosemary Beach, Seaside and others ooze small-town charm yet still maintain the strengths of the industry, namely gorgeous beaches, delicious seafood and friendly locals. As more and more visitors desire “authentic” travel experiences, places like 30A are well-positioned to be great investments.

Mammoth Lakes, California
Mammoth Lakes, California is a small resort town nestled about 30 minutes south of the East entrance to Yosemite National Park. While it’s known primarily for having the best skiing in California, Mammoth Lakes is actually a year-round resort. Rental income is high during the very lengthy ski season, which can run from November to as late as July 4, but it also peaks in the summer months, when outdoorsy types flock to the town to enjoy fishing, biking, hiking, boating and mountain biking. Property values have been rising rapidly, as have short-term rental prices, which can top $450 per night for a simple one-bedroom in peak season.
The Poconos, Pennsylvania
The Poconos seemingly have it all when it comes to a vacation destination investment. Located in northeast Pennsylvania, the Poconos have year-round appeal, from watersports and waterfalls in the summer to snowboarding and skiing in the winter. Even though the Poconos have timeless appeal and have been a vacation hotspot for decades, vacation rental prices are still easily within reach. Coupled with the $40,000-plus in annual rental income that many vacation homes in the Poconos draw, the risk/reward ratio for this type of investment is low.
Windham, New York
Upstate New York has always been a hot vacation destination for the urbanites fleeing New York City. But in terms of investment potential, the Hamptons and the Hudson River Valley are victims of their own popularity, with property values hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars more expensive than alternative options like Windham. In addition to its popularity as a ski destination, Windham is also a sophisticated summer destination, with outdoor recreation to go along with the town’s art galleries, wine bars and outstanding restaurants. With a median list price of under $500,000, Windham remains an affordable option for those looking to invest in rental properties.
McGaheysville, Virginia
McGaheysville, Virginia is yet another year-round vacation destination with small-town appeal. Visitors to this “under the radar” vacation hotspot enjoy both winter and summer recreation, with the largest draw being the Shenandoah National Park, home to a portion of the Appalachian Trail. Median annual revenue in McGaheysville is a whopping $49,000, meaning nearly all rental property investors are generating profits and some are making a true windfall. As the destination isn’t as well known west of the Mississippi, there is still plenty of room to grow for potential investors.

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  Putin is losing his grip on power and top Russian security officials think the Ukrain
Posted by: Baypress - 05-23-2022, 12:52 PM - Forum: General Discussion & News - No Replies

Putin is losing his grip on power and top Russian security officials think the Ukraine war is 'lost,' expert says

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Russian President Vladimir Putin seen during the Summit of Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) at the Grand Kremlin Palace on May 16, 2022.Contributor/Getty Images

  • Top Russian security officials think the war in Ukraine is "lost," according to an expert.
  • These officials are now preparing themselves for a post-Putin Russia, said Bellingcat's Christo Grozev.
  • Some of them are already looking for opportunities to take their families out of Russia, Grozev said, per Metro.
Top Russian security officials think the war in Ukraine is "lost," suggesting that Vladimir Putin's regime might be coming to an end, according to an expert on Russia-related security threats.
The "informed elite" within the security forces "understand that the war is lost," said Bellingcat's lead Russia investigator Christo Grozev in an interview with Radio Liberty, per Metro.
To have a chance of winning the war, Grozev said, the Russian president would need full mobilization but this would cause problems for him at home. Mass mobilization would lead to a "social explosion" in Russia, Grozev added, according to Metro.
There are those in Putin's inner circle who may pressure him to use nuclear or chemical weapons, Grozev continued, but others will say "enough is enough." These people would say "it is better not to waste another 10,000 lives of our soldiers and officers," Grozev said, per Metro.
Although the exact numbers are unavailable, it is estimated that thousands of Russian servicemen have died in the country's brutal offensive on Ukraine. According to the UK defense ministry, Russia has lost a third of its forces.
Western officials say Russia, facing military setbacks, is losing momentum as the war in Ukraine goes on.
Grozev said that security officials with the FSB, who know how many Russian soldiers have died, think Putin is losing his grip on power. 'These are those parts of the security forces who know the dangers for the regime, and they themselves are now preparing their future," he said, per Metro.
A number of officials from the FSB and GRU are preparing for a post-Putin Russia, according to the expert. "Some of them are looking for an opportunity to take their families out of Russia," Grozev said.
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Last week, Ukraine's military intelligence chief told Sky News that a coup to overthrow Putin is already underway. "It is impossible to stop it," said Major General Kyrylo Budanov.
Insider previously reported that the grievances that typically motivate a coup against a dictator are in place — a struggling economy, military setbacks, and floundering morale. However, Putin has spent decades making his regime coup-proof, an expert told Insider.

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  Kourtney Kardashian wears Virgin Mary train as she marries Travis Barker
Posted by: Baypress - 05-23-2022, 12:50 PM - Forum: General Discussion & News - No Replies

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  Mommy Burnout
Posted by: Baypress - 05-22-2022, 09:03 PM - Forum: General Discussion & News - No Replies

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9.8 million working mothers in the U.S. are suffering from burnout

From attempting to manage remote schooling to rearranging their workdays to fill child-care gaps, there’s no question it’s mothers who are, more often than not, shouldering the increased responsibilities of caring for kids throughout the pandemic.
In fact, 53% of parents say that mom is the primary caregiver in their home, according to data provided to CNBC Make It from UrbanSitter’s recent survey of nearly 500 parents. Less than a third of parents surveyed agreed that caring for the kids is split evenly among both parents. 

But juggling child-care challenges with work responsibilities takes a toll. There were about 35 million working mothers in the U.S. at the end of 2019 and roughly 9.8 million working mothers in the U.S. are suffering from workplace burnout, according to a new analysis Great Place to Work and health-care start-up Maven conducted based on its survey of 440,000 working parents, including 226,000 mothers. 
Just by being a working mother, women are 28% more likely to experience burnout than fathers, according to the analysis. That means in the U.S., there are 2.35 million additional cases of burnout due to the unequal demands of home and work that are placed on working mothers. And cases of burnout are higher among Black, Asian and Latino mothers compared to their White counterparts. 
In many instances, burnout occurs because there’s not enough support. About 42% of parents surveyed by UrbanSitter say they do not currently have child care, while a third are reliant on family to watch their children while they work. Only about 27% have been able to hire a sitter or nanny. 
While just over half of parents, 55%, say they’ve transitioned to working from home during the pandemic, a majority report they still need child care in order to be able to do their job. Of those working from home without child care, 56% report finding the situation difficult to navigate successfully. 
Recognizing burnout
Burnout is a recognized health condition, not just a catchphrase. And it was a problem for working mothers even before the pandemic. Last year, the World Health Organization added it as a syndrome to the International Classification of Diseases. The condition is qualified as a “chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed,” according to the WHO. 

“Burnout is actually a pretty serious condition,” says Dr. Sheryl Ziegler, a psychologist and author of “Mommy Burnout.” For many, it manifests in both emotional and physical symptoms. Most commonly, people experiencing burnout suffer from fatigue, cynicism, lack of motivation, headaches, chest tightness, stomachaches, nausea, hair loss and even increased crying. 
“The pandemic has revealed how closely tied mental health and stress are and I think a lot of people have hit their breaking point and they just can’t get by anymore,” Ziegler tells CNBC Make It. 
That’s especially true for parents trying to balance family and work. Many parents have already had to reduce their hours in an attempt to manage their responsibilities, and about 2 million women have dropped out of the workforce entirely this year, according to Kate Ryder, CEO of Maven, which worked with Great Place to Work on the survey and subsequent report. 
“What was a leaky bucket is now a waterfall of talent leaving the workforce,” Ryder says. In September, four times more women than men dropped out of the workforce, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
For parents who are struggling, there are some steps you can take to mitigate or manage burnout. First, you need to let yourself accept what you’re facing. “Acknowledge what you’re going through, really put a label to it because if you don’t, you’re going to keep running this way until you literally quit your job, or you have a heart attack or you snap at your kids — something will happen,” Ziegler says. 
Once you’ve recognized that you may be suffering from burnout, here are four recommendations for what to do next. 
1. Tap into your support system
One symptom of burnout is isolation, says Mercedes Samudio, a licensed clinical social worker and parenting coach with Maven. “When we’re out of energy, we retreat,” Samudio says. While retreating may help you recharge, talking to someone about how you’re feeling can help lessen the weight of emotions like guilt, fatigue and being overwhelmed because you don’t feel so alone. 
It’s also worth asking for help, Ziegler says. That could mean asking your partner to be more active in splitting the household responsibilities or child care or talking to your colleagues or manager about what you need to be able to do your job more effectively. You could also try asking to move the time of a weekly meeting or shift your work hours slightly. 
2. Manage your expectations — and try to be realistic 
“You cannot run on the same expectations you had of yourself and your family before the pandemic hit,” Samudio says. 
When setting expectations, it’s important that you’re mindful of your energy level, prior commitments and emotional state, Samudio says. One way to put this into practice is to write down your goals and reassess them each week to see if they are working or if they need to be tweaked, she adds. 
3. Create new routines 
Not only should you realistically evaluate your current condition, but also try to create new rituals in your life. Take time in the morning to actually eat or set a timer to stand and walk around after an hour or two, Samudio says. 
It can also be helpful to schedule in some “quiet time” for yourself every day, Zeigler says. This is a time where you give your eyes a break from a screen and let yourself decompress. “It’s very important to schedule that in or it will not happen,” she says.
This is especially important because many people really aren’t moving right now, Zeigler says. Instead of heading into the office, those working from home may only take a few steps from their bed to their desk. “Be mindful to move your body, walk around, get outside with fresh air, some sunshine,” she says. 
The new rituals you create should help you balance your day between to-do list items and actually caring for yourself, Samudio says. 
4. Quit trying to multitask all the time
“Many busy parents feel like multitasking is the only way to manage their busy schedules, but studies show that it’s a big contributor to burnout,” Samudio says. 
When you’re with your kids, allow yourselves to be present with them instead of trying to respond to an email, she says. If you’re in a meeting, focus on the meeting. 
“In this environment where we have so little separation between our work and our kids, monotasking is particularly challenging, but it pays off,” Samudio says.

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  Jobs in Toronto now hiring with free housing
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Passive income also known as "Unearned Income" is income that can be earned automatically with minimal labor to earn or maintain. It can be a great way to help one generate extra cash flow, whether he or she is running a side hustle or just trying to get a little extra dough each month.

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Passive income is money you earn that doesn’t require you to do a lot of “active” work to continue making it. In essence, you can do most of the work upfront and put some additional effort along the way to earn an income. 

For example, if you create an online course, you just need to update its content to keep the money flowing.

You’ve probably heard the expression, “make money while you sleep.” That’s the biggest draw that entices people to earn passive income.

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Passive income also known as "Unearned Income" is income that can be earned automatically with minimal labor to earn or maintain. It can be a great way to help one generate extra cash flow, whether he or she is running a side hustle or just trying to get a little extra dough each month.

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What is Passive Income?

Passive income is money you earn that doesn’t require you to do a lot of “active” work to continue making it. In essence, you can do most of the work upfront and put some additional effort along the way to earn an income. 

For example, if you create an online course, you just need to update its content to keep the money flowing.

You’ve probably heard the expression, “make money while you sleep.” That’s the biggest draw that entices people to earn passive income.

You can create something (a blog, course, ebook, videos, or an online store) that generates money even when you’re not working. Or you can make passive income investments (property or stocks) that allow you to earn passively.

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Passive income also known as "Unearned Income" is income that can be earned automatically with minimal labor to earn or maintain. It can be a great way to help one generate extra cash flow, whether he or she is running a side hustle or just trying to get a little extra dough each month.

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What is Passive Income?

Passive income is money you earn that doesn’t require you to do a lot of “active” work to continue making it. In essence, you can do most of the work upfront and put some additional effort along the way to earn an income. 

For example, if you create an online course, you just need to update its content to keep the money flowing.

You’ve probably heard the expression, “make money while you sleep.” That’s the biggest draw that entices people to earn passive income.

You can create something (a blog, course, ebook, videos, or an online store) that generates money even when you’re not working. Or you can make passive income investments (property or stocks) that allow you to earn passively.

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What is Passive Income?

Passive income is money you earn that doesn’t require you to do a lot of “active” work to continue making it. In essence, you can do most of the work upfront and put some additional effort along the way to earn an income. 

For example, if you create an online course, you just need to update its content to keep the money flowing.

You’ve probably heard the expression, “make money while you sleep.” That’s the biggest draw that entices people to earn passive income.

You can create something (a blog, course, ebook, videos, or an online store) that generates money even when you’re not working. Or you can make passive income investments (property or stocks) that allow you to earn passively.

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