Weekly Roundup

There are plenty of freebie sites out there but a few really stand out. Freebeezndealz provides a constant stream of freebie deals for readers to choose from. Sign up by feed or email and see for yourself. 

Upload your photos and music for free to Animoto to create 30 second videos. To create longer videos requires paid membership.

The extensive foodie site Chow serves up reader boards, recipes, restaurant reviews, how to stories, videos and a blog. This is a fun one to click around on.

Post of the Week – A personal finance post I found to be exceptional.
Here is an interesting and amusing take on wealth, snobbery and taste. 

SparkPeople is a free weight loss site that offers personalized diet & fitness plans, a calorie counter, exercise tracker, fitness demonstrations & videos and message boards that provide answers from their dietitians & trainers. (Women’s Institute for Financial Education) bills themselves as “the oldest non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial education to women in their quest for financial independence.” While targeted at women there are articles on the site that can benefit anyone. 

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed. 
If you enjoy making crafts you might want to read 10 Craft Selling Options for some ideas on how to make some side cash.

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