5 Funny Santa Stories & Jokes

Funny Santa Stories Image by Glenys Grob

Recently, my sister asked me if I knew any funny Santa jokes or stories. The joke or story was needed for a book club presentation. Well did I? Not a one, other than my slogan t-shirt pictured below.

What was I to do? Create some more funny Santa slogans that could be expanded into jokes? No I didn’t have enough time to do this. So I did what every other level-headed person would have done. I Googled it.

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5 Easy Steps to Make Printables That Can Be Sold

Make Printables to sell

You might have already come across articles about making a side income by selling printables online. It all sounds good, right? True enough. But how do you get started? We have already looked at the what printables are and how they differ from print on demand designs. Just to refresh your memory, printables are files that can be downloaded and printed by the customer. Print on Demand products are manufactured, with the artist’s design, and then shipped to the customer.

Now, let’s look at a step-by-step approach that you can follow to make printables yourself.

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What Are Printables?

Making Money with Printables

Are you looking for a way to express your creative side and make money at the same time? If so, then printables could be what you are looking for. You might already be venting your creative side with designs for Print on Demand products.

Perhaps you are ready to further extend your little online business to include printables. Let’s see what the difference is so you can decide.

How Do Printables Differ from Print on Demand?

Both provide a great vehicle for expressing your creativity.

Both can provide a way to make some additional money.

Neither require handling of inventory which means you can concentrate more on creating designs.

But let’s look more closely at how each business model works.

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How to Type an Umlaut in Microsoft Word

How to type an umlaut

I have been learning the German language for what seems an eternity. I have been taking classes, doing online exercises, learning how to type an umlaut, watching YouTube videos and trying to listen to German news segments.

Perhaps all of that sounds tedious. But it isn’t. I actually thoroughly enjoy learning another language.

I do believe that I have made considerable progress. However, those notions are strongly challenged when a native German speaker strikes up a conversation with me.

Nevertheless, I do enjoy writing, or trying to write, in German. Hence, the need to be able to type umlauts, vowels with those 2 little dots on top. An umlaut simply changes the way that a vowel is sounded.

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