I love these kind of testimonials. Jose happily tells us how his life changed when he finally picked the right system. He only started winning after he bought my Silver Lotto System:
Remember this saying?... it's from Emile Coue, a French psychologist:
"Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better."
There's even a book on it (photo).
Christmas is an expensive time. This time of year is tough for some people, so I gathered together 9 ideas... some tips and ideas so you can scrape together some spare cash out of thin air.
Use it to pay bills - or better still, increase the number of lottery tickets you buy:
We all make mistakes. I've made plenty. There was the time I refused to come to the door when someone asked for a charity donation via my doorphone.
I thought they were door-to-door salespeople.
Turned out they were neighbors from down the road getting funds for their school.
Jackpots haven't gotten any bigger than the US Powerball when it climbed to $1.5 Billion in January 2016.
Take a look on the sidebar in today's "Playing This Week"... most times jackpots are climbing.
And every time the jackpot rolls over and gets bigger, it increases the interest from lottery players.
Most of the lottery winners you see in the photos with their big check are happy. But you don't have to win to be positive.
Most lottery players are very positive people. They realise that not every game will prove a winner but the next one might. This influences their thoughts and personality.
So remember this advice on getting some wins into your lotto life:
Amazon has built a new kind of grocery and food store.
Even a $1 million lottery prize can change your life, as Bruce Magistro will find out with his $1M New York Lotto win.
Whether the prize is just $1 million or over $600 million, there are many ways to improve your chances of winning. Use these 5 tips to get your game moving along with more wins:
I finished this week's LottoPredict just now and accidentally hit a Twitter feed.
It was from astronaut Buzz Aldrin above, the second man to step on the surface in the first moon landing.