Any Lucky Day – They are “an advertising source for companies looking to promote their products and services through social media.” Join, visit the sponsor and post a comment for a chance to win the product or service. Most contests run for 24 hours.
TeleVets – Join this site for free and you can “email specific health and medical questions to our "Pet Advisory" team of licensed veterinarians, registered nurses, trainers, behaviorists and breeders. These questions are normally answered within 24 hours, as we have advisors online 24/7.”
Coupon Cabin – This site monitors discounts for more than 2,000 online stores and sorts through thousands of e-mails a week to find free coupons, codes and deals. Sign up for their weekly newsletter while you are there.
Post of the Week – A personal finance post I found to be exceptional.
This post asks if you are smarter than the United States government. It also has what I think is the longest reply to a comment I have ever read on a blog.
Heloise – I remember seeing the “Hints from Heloise” column in the newspaper when I was growing up, but to be honest I have not thought of her in years. Her daughter took over the column after the original Heloise died. While her site serves mainly to promote her (nothing wrong with that) she does scatter some hints and recipes here and there. Worth a peek.
My Kids Eat Free – I am pretty sure I have featured this site before, but with around 40 previous Weekly Roundups to go through to find out, it was easier just to put it up here. With the help of their readers this site collects and lists restaurants that offer free and reduced meals for the little varmints.
Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed.
I enjoyed writing this one and I still consider it one of my more useful posts. Check out 10 Great Resources for Free Books. If you predate the Internet, like me, isn’t it still kind of amazing that this sort of information is free and available to everyone?
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