Weekly Roundup

The Buck List participated in two carnivals this past week. Check out the 197th edition of the Festival of Frugality and the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights – Welcome to Canada Edition, eh! for articles on building frugal habits, investing and money saving tips and much more. Thanks to the hosts for including my posts.

The Rideshare Directory offers to “find a regional or national rideshare, vanpool, or carpool resource.” Search your state and travel together next time.

Check out Flipswap to find out how much your old cell phone is worth. If they want it they even pay for shipping.

Consumer Action is a site dedicated to “serve consumers nationwide by advancing consumer rights.” They offer a free hotline and also compare prices on credit cards, bank accounts and long distance services.

Got a great idea for a writing project? Are you a budding filmmaker? Maybe a musician trying to find the funds for that first EP? You might want to check out Kickstarter.

Dinner In Minutes is the website of Linda Gassenheimer, offering links to her books, columns, featured recipes and exclusive tips.

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed. This post touched on why it’s important to give to charities.


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  2. Great variety of ideas and sources. If you're holding an event, helps your guests get there together and save money.


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