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My Career as A YouTube Content Creator is Now Legit

I’ll admit, the profit is small, but the reward is big! Two years ago I began an small eBay reselling business. My aim was simple: make a few bucks here and there to help pay off bills. I would buy a couple of items at various places like garage sales and thrift stores and then flip those items on eBay for a small profit. Success was quick and easy and within a few months I had grown to over $5000 in sales a month. Quite impressive if you ask me. But as is my nature, I wasn’t simply content to just make money flipping used junk on the web. I wanted to document my success and failures for the whole world to see, which is why I created my first YouTube channel doing just that. Success on YouTube, to say the least, has been brief but very rewarding. Most of my videos barely crack the 50 view mark, but I have hit one home run. Going strong almost 20k views, I finally found something that …

Falling Awake

  Falling awake Falling awake my dear What a mistake Yeah it seems to be a dream So I’ll do what it takes (Do what it takes) Oh Yeah what it takes To Slip thru the seams And fall back asleep to my dreams What a mistake What it seems What is seems to me my dear Falling awake Falling awake my dear My dear falling awake Falling awake  

How to Make Vegan Energy Bars

This is from my new YouTube channel bitches, and it’s called how to make vegan energy bars. I made it with my best pal Josh better known as Cliff and we got drunk and made this damn video and trust me, this motherfuckers taste pretty damn good. x000kiss kiss Enjoy!   Recipe: Ingredients: Agave (Organic Raw) 3/4 cup Peanut Butter 3/4 cup Grape Nuts 3/4 cup Oatmeal 3/4 cup Ground Flaxseed 3/4 cup Craisins (Dried Cranberries) 3/4 cup Utensils 3/4 measuring cup Small sauce pan 9 x 9 in Plastic Bowl Mixing bowl (medium sized) Wax Paper Butter Knife Instructions: 1) Mix dry ingredients in bowl 2) Mix and heat peanut butter and agave in small sauce pan 3) Stir warm peanut butter and agave in until creamy 4) Pour peanut butter and agave mix into bowl with dry ingredients 5) Line plastic bowl with wax paper 6) Press mixed ingredients flat into bowl with hand 7) Let bowl sit overnight in freezer (while freezing cut bars with knife)