Weekly Roundup

Wanderfly is a travel site with a “personalized recommendation engine.” Use it to help “find, organize, share and book your travel – all in one place – so you can get going and start discovering new places.”

If you are looking for legitimate home-based work take a look at Leapforce. They are currently offering positions for search engine evaluators, map quality analysts and search quality judges. Check out the site for more info.

WannaLearn is a hand-picked collection of free instructional sites on a wide variety of topics such as computers, crafts, health, fine arts, business, and even a section on how to make useless things. Very click-worthy.

The Wall Street Journal offers this article featuring an itemized receipt breaking down how your federal taxes are spent.

For my fellow gardeners here is a site to bookmark and return to for inspiration over the coming winter. Barbara Pleasant is a garden writer who offers up great tips and advice on all things gardening.

Some recent personal finance posts I enjoyed reading.

This post ponders the difference between wants, needs and wants you need.

Here is some advice on how to manage money when you’re overwhelmed.

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed.
I wrote this post listing 10 ways I have made money since losing my job.

Have a good weekend!

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