Weekly Roundup

Casinos advertise help for gambling addicts and I have actually seen AA ads in bars. Help With My Credit is the concerted effort of major credit card companies to help “educate” you while you are struggling to make payments. What’s not to trust here?

Energy Star is one of the few US Federal websites that I actually have bookmarked and use occasionally. They have some good money saving ideas on heating and cooling your house, among other money saving topics. If you have never visited, or it’s been a while, check them out.

If you are a crafter, quilter or sewer you might already know about Shoppers Rule. If not, what are you waiting for?

I had to chuckle a little at this one. If you are of a certain age, lets start with around 40, you might find Evernote to be helpful. You just have to remember where you bookmarked it.

Post of the Week – A personal finance post I found to be exceptional.
Since our kids are grown I don’t think much about saving money and babies, but this article about baby products you don’t need caught my attention.

Need to convert? No, this site does not address religious matters; I’m talking from HTML to PDF. Here is a free program to accomplish that that you don’t even need to install.

The next time you’re thinking about buying new electronics head over to Gazaro. They can provide price trending, price drops, reviews and more for what you are looking for.

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed.

Here is a brief article I wrote pointing out some work at home ideas.

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