Weekly Roundup

City Squares is an interesting site that profiles local businesses that might not have a web presence. Type in your town or city and you might find some hidden gems in your own neighborhood.

Wouldn’t it be nice if all that time you spend on social networks could make you some money? Spiff Box might be what you are looking for. They have a points system that could earn you money by “responding to emails, chats, friend invites and sharing photos!”

Post of the Week – A personal finance post I found to be exceptional.
The Dollar Stretcher offered a great article reminding us of the value of haggling, negotiating, bargaining and bartering.

Visit for answers to your flu questions and to use their flu shot locator.

Half Off Deals “currently has over 41,000 half-priced gift certificates for sale from merchants all across the country.” Visit their site and search for deals in your area using your zip code.

I have subscribed to the Ask The Computer Lady newsletter for years. Her question and answer format concerning computer issues is easy to read and full of helpful hints and tips. Make sure to check out the archives on her site, too.

Tired of getting all of those catalogs in the mail that you don’t even look at? Save a few trees by using Catalog Choice to opt out of the ones you don’t want.

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed. Are you looking for a new recipe, or wanting to duplicate a favorite restaurant meal? Check out this post listing a variety of web recipe sites.

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