This post brought to you by Publishers Clearing House. All opinions are 100% mine.
Entering sweepstakes is my guilty pleasure. I know the odds are against me, heavily, but that glimmer of hope combined with the fun of day dreaming keeps me entering.
I think everyone has dreamed of winning it big at sometime or another, it’s fun. It’s also intervention what others dream about. My husband and I have had long conversations about how we would spend big money – him, fancy cars; me, fancy house; both, travel.
While it is fun to dream big and lavish, I am also hugely practical including savings for our future in all of my dreams. Although interestingly with Publishers Clearing House’s newest sweepstakes, Win $7,000 a Week for Life from Publishers Clearing House, I wouldn’t even have to plan savings for the future – it is built-in. Cool, right?
Of course, one must still be reasonable…
So what would I do if I were to Win $7,000 a Week for Life from Publishers Clearing House?
- I would buy my husband his fancy car
- I would go on a shopping spree
- I would buy a new house
- I would plan family vacations – a couple a year
- I would host a huge party – annually
- I would find a charity to endow
The list goes on. While it sees like a lot, it is in my nature to be conservative. You’d be surprised how far I could make that $7,000 a week spread.
After writing this post and thinking about all of the possibilities (again), I am ready to enter (again). How about you? Go enter. Someone has to win, and who knows… maybe this time it will be you.
What would you do with the money if you won the big one?
I will build a nice house.
I would try my hardest to help all my family that is in need and then buy a house big enough for my 5 person family plus big enough to add another member!!! Then find a cancer charity to donate to annually!!!
Tara Skinner says
I would help my family and others. Plus take my husband and kids to Places they have not been Hawaii Disneyland and if you other places put money away for both my children to have for when they need it. I am a outgoing person and love giving always have been that way. To win this it would be a blessing.
In the span of one year I lost my mother, stepfather, my younger sister, my dog, my husband, and my company closed it’s doors. So I’ve dream hard about how I would spend a lot of money. First, I would fix my house that needs some repairs. Then get my once in a lifetime trip over with. Of course consult with a tax advisor to make sure that the taxes will be handled. Also I would make sure I put some into interest bearing annuities for my grown sons.
Wendy hart says
I would help the homeless to get back in society by setting up tiny villages with facilities . Then health with mental health for the homeless. Support the humane society and kennels. Donate to shrine for the children. Help family and friends.