Weekly Roundup

The Buck List participated in two carnivals recently. For a wide variety of personal finance articles check out the Carnival of Personal Finance Thanksgiving Survival Edition and the Economy and your Finances Carnival 22nd Nov 2009. Thanks to the hosts for including my posts.

Are you or someone you know currently attending college? If so, you most likely know about the high costs of textbooks. What if you could avoid buying them altogether? Visit Chegg for details.

If you have ever had trouble opening a file with an alien looking extension you will appreciate the time and effort that has gone into Open With.

Post of the Week – A personal finance post I found to be exceptional.
One of my favorite personal finance topics is how to make some side cash, and this article shows you Ten Creative Ways to Earn an Extra Income. I have tried five of the ten ideas listed and have made money from each of them.

Type in your zip code and find out what others really paid for their cars at True Car.

Celebrity Calamity is a financial teaching tool disguised as a game. You are in charge of helping an up and coming star manage her money by advising her on how to pay for purchases and what jobs to take.

“The premise of Blue Zones is: identify the optimal lifestyle of longevity and you have a de facto formula of longevity.” This site is all about living longer and is very much worth your time to visit.

While it at first seems be an SNL joke page, Uneven Feet is the real deal to help you find shoes for, well…your uneven feet!

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed. I wrote this article about how to offer your services for barter or cash.

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