As previously posted, the What’s Sizzling? column is no longer a weekly event. However, I still want to bring you great content every so often, and will simply do so without a set schedule.
Here are some great personal finance posts since the last time we checked in 2 weeks ago:
- From The Simple Dollar, here are 12 household substitutions that will save you money – some of these I had not heard of before.
- Bargaineering gives us four money mistakes you might not realize you’re making – these is definitely a ‘forgotten’ list and worth a look.
- If you’re curious about the impact of the recession of different age groups, Shrinkage is Good provides some timely analysis.
- In related recession news, Yielding Wealth shares alternative ways to donate in a recession.
- I love long simplicity lists, and this one from Man vs. Debt is a keeper, with some very unique approaches.
- Here’s a good one from Wise Bread if you’re looking for a job – 5 fatal assumptions of job seekers.
- Another goodie from The Simple Dollar shows us 21 ways to reduce spending (without making our lives miserable).
- Debt-Free Scholar created a list of 10 ways to save money on computers.
- Finally, Frugal Dad shares how to stay out of debt when you’re unemployed.
- A few carnivals to mention from the last two weeks: From Stretchy Dollar on 8/31, the Carnival of Personal Finance; from Automatic Finances on 9/2, the Money Hacks Carnival; and from the Canadian Finance Blog on 9/3, the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights.
I hope you’re having a fantastic weekend!