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A stand mixerReplyDelete
I really want a trip for ChristmasReplyDelete
I am hoping for a laptop even though it is a bit large for a stocking.ReplyDelete
a new fitbitReplyDelete
I hadn't thought about that yet, but I think when colder weather hits I would love a pair of boots to wear with leggings.ReplyDelete
A kitchen-aid mixer is on my Christmas list.ReplyDelete
I would love to have a bread maker.ReplyDelete
I am to OLD to have a christmas wish list. Now that not really true because I have a wish list on amazon. But stuff that ends up there is stuff I am not really sure if I want or not. For Christmas I usually get the great's kids picture.ReplyDelete
I can't imagine that anyone wouldn't want to earn some extra cash. I'll check it out!ReplyDelete
A new safe place to live and way to support myself and my dog & dove.ReplyDelete
Oh this is interesting. A new online platform where you can earn money by doing the things you like. Will definitely check this outReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing
i would love new clothes for Christmas. I never buy myself clothes but wear the same things over and over.ReplyDelete
Another side hustle. I think I would rather give this a try.ReplyDelete
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This is so nice to know. A little income goes a long way for me.ReplyDelete
I need a new Kitchen-Aid mixer -- my current one is 25 years old!ReplyDelete
I want to join the QuickRewards plus Amazon GC Giveaway! Thanks! I hope I get lucky!ReplyDelete
Good luck on the giveaway! Sounds like a good way to get some needed items.ReplyDelete
I'm always looking for a way to earn a little extra on the side! Thanks for sharing this.ReplyDelete
Definitely a lot of parents want to cut and save money if possible when shopping for school. This is cool!ReplyDelete
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I really would love a exercise bike or a treadmill! I'm too nervous about going to the gym right now and the one we have is all the way across town, which is a hike in the winter. I'd love to be able to work out at home.ReplyDelete
I want a lot of things, but an air fryer will do! 😁ReplyDelete
I want a blender for Christmas this year.ReplyDelete
My friend told me about an app that helps you save money while you spend! It rounds up the pennies and you can have so much by the end of the week. More than you would think.ReplyDelete
I don’t really need anything per say, but if I could have anything I’d go expensive with a new car. My Civic is the same age as Mica -16.ReplyDelete
Canned cat food for my shelter cats.ReplyDelete
New clothing is on my Christmas list this year !ReplyDelete
I want a grandma necklace with my grandchildren's birth stones and names on it.ReplyDelete