How it began

 

 

 

 

 

Hello and Welcome to my new blog … Ziva’s DIY Battery Restoration.blog

What inspired this creation? Good question.

Perhaps unfortunately, I didn’t have a life altering experience or a vision of some sort. There is no deep seeded desire to spread the word or achieve fame and fortune, not pertaining to this anyway.

No, I was on a mission to make a few extra bucks to supplement my retirement income. I remember my grandparents talking about how hard it was living on a fixed income, but I was young with a world awaiting to be conquered and it didn’t really sink in.

Boy does it now! The top 1% totally shut me out of their club …. come to think of it I’m not sure I finished in the 30% club. Anyway, no million dollar investment account to draw on. Just a small pension and social security.

I’m not griping, I have it better than a lot of other baby boomers, but I wanted a little bit more in my golden years.

That’s when I decided to try Affiliate Marketing through Click Bank. For those who don’t know, (I didn’t) affiliate marketing simply means selling some else s’ product and receiving a commission for each sale. It’s a whole lot more complicated than that, but I actually don’t know enough to explain it in detail. In any event you get the idea.

That’s when I came across this program which showed you how to renew, restore, resurrect, however you want to phrase it, batteries. Batteries of all sizes, uses, power and etc. What a find! Make money by selling something that saves people money. Can’t get any better than that.

I had no idea how far reaching this decision would take me. As I began to research the subject I kept detouring and branching off into other areas which are either directly or indirectly affected by batteries. The effects are enormous, at least for me they were.

That’s when I decided to join my money making venture with a journey of learning about science, the environment and God knows what else I’ll kick up as I stumble along.

I want to invite you to come along with me as I explore the world of batteries and Mother Earth.

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