Happy Easter from The Money Principle

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I am culturally Christian Orthodox and practically agnostic.

You know, I belong to the branch of Christianity where people know how to celebrate, have fun, even indulge in the occasional excess and not be racked by guilt afterwards.

I also come from one of the countries in the former Soviet Bloc where religious celebration was discouraged (to say the least).

Still, when my sister said that we haven’t had coloured eggs for Easter, I told her that she may not have had them but I did: after all I was raised by my grandmother.

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Fifteen ways to make money to fill your fridge: make £300/$500 per month

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Editor’s note: This is the first of three articles on different ways to make money. Here we list fifteen different ways to earn enough to fill your fridge with food for a month. We’ve assumed that the average family can do this on about £300/$500 per month. Have a look at the list and feel free to add to it in the comments. Please share it with your friends if you think they could benefit from it.

I know. Some may think that this is being too generous.

One could fill their fridge with food for a month on much less than £300/$500. A friend of mine does; she feeds her family of three on about £20/$33 per week; now this is less than £100/$167 per month.

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