Here's some things I've been meaning to pass along:
Queercents has a series of post on how to reduce the costs of pet ownership.
There's a new blog in town called Hunting Happiness, with a great post about financial literacy.
Speaking of financial literacy, the AARP has released the results of a survey showing that the majority of Americans are "befuddled by financial jargon."
TravelHacker presents 100 Ways to Get Free Stuff When Traveling.
Reader Archana sent me this frugal recipe:
I have a wicked dessert for you - involves minimal baking and vanilla
ice cream and everything else out of a can!!! Can't get any more
One can condensed milk (not evaporated, please!!)
One can sliced peaches - drain as much as possible
One DEEEEEPPPPPP (very deep) dish - glass/metal - whichever!!!
Just layer the peaches and milk alternately in the bowl/dish and bake
250-275 for about 3 hours. Just watch occassionally to make sure you're
not too high on temperature which might make the milk bubble out. Serve hot with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream!!!! Trust me .. It's YUM!
A couple more new blogs:
Freethought: "A blog about social issues, politics, history and of course money"
Life on the High Wire: commenter Deonne has started a blog covering her move from Taos to NYC to get an MFA
Finance Gets Personal: "a Girl Trying to Get Out of Debt and Change Careers"
GershBlog: a Brooklyn bankruptcy and real estate lawyer
Thanks, and apologies to people who emailed me way too long ago about some of these links!