Weekly Roundup

March is National Peanut Month. To celebrate go visit the recipe page at the National Peanut Board website.

Use Barter Quest to trade goods, services and real estate. Pay a one time only verifying fee of $1.99 and then barter, swap and exchange for free to your hearts content.

I didn’t know until a few weeks ago the Wall Street Journal is online. Make sure to check out the Personal Finance section while you are there.

Post of the Week – A personal finance post I found to be exceptional.
I like these ideas on frugal getaways

Deal Catcher is “an online community that helps shoppers save money and make educated purchases. On the site you will find online coupons, products, sales, reviews, and rebates. The site is updated throughout the day by its staff and forum members.” 

iVillage is “the first and most established media company dedicated exclusively to connecting women at every stage of their lives.” They offer articles from experts on health, parenting, pregnancy, beauty, style, fitness, relationships, food and entertainment. Make sure to check out their extensive message boards as well. 

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed.
I wrote this little piece pondering if fishing saves you money.

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