by Abigail Perry Abigail Perry lives in Seattle, WA with her husband. Her blog, i pick up pennies, is about frugality and debt-reduction in and among obstacles, such as disability, low-income and life its own self. There has been some talk in … [Read more...] about Financial Fire Drills: Utilizing Social Services
Archives for March 2009
Just a quick update that my back is feeling better, plus this morning I got some "Medial Branch Block" shots in my lower back. You can see the 4 needles in my back from the x-ray below. The doc had to use an xray to position the shots as close to the … [Read more...] about Back on the Mend: Needles in My Back
by The Weakonomist This is a guest post by The Weakonomist from Weakonomics.com. He's here today to stretch his legs, and the limits of personal finance content. If you like what you read you can get more at his website or subscribe to his RSS … [Read more...] about Is Hip-Hop Teaching Americans Money Lessons?
by Tye Tye Hill works as a technology consultant in the Washington DC metropolitan area. In his spare time, Tye shares his thoughts on personal finance at his blog: PlainOldCommonCents.com. Switching jobs can be extremely stressful by itself, … [Read more...] about Secrets of Switching Jobs: Deconstructing The Job Offer
Travel is a large part of a college student's life. Everyday, college students have to travel to and from campus. At least once a week, they travel to the grocery store. In addition, they travel home at least once a year. With so much travel, the … [Read more...] about 7 Ways to Save Money on College Transportation
by Kevin This is a guest post from Kevin at No Debt Plan. He writes to show you how to get out of debt and invest for the future. The old adage in personal finance for emergency funds has typically had two or three sides. For individuals (one … [Read more...] about Should Your Emergency Fund Be Affected By Your Location?