Hitting Bad Times


Our church has a food pantry. In the last three months we’ve run out of food almost every week. We’re serving a lot more families than we used to. The economy is really bad and is hurting the area that I live in a lot. Most of our jobs are in the home building and real estate areas but there are very few homes selling now.

People are hitting hard times, even people with good paying jobs. Groceries and gas prices are very high. It’s easy to fall behind on your bills. When that happens your credit suffers for it. We’ve been having to use credit cards to get us by from paycheck to paycheck.

Some people would like that luxury too but it’s easy to end up with bad credit loans if you have any problems with your credit history. Finding a way to get a credit card that won’t charge you outrageous interest rates is difficult. Sometimes it’s easier to have help with this process, especially if you’re trying to repair your credit, or you have an emergency that you need a personal loan for. There’s a website that provides you with information and comparisons to help you avoid
bad credit credit cards.

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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