Financing Your Business? Consider P2P Lending and... →
Even if you have a good idea, it might be hard to find financing. One way you can improve your chances is try P2P lending, or some sort of crowdsourcing. You can usually get reasonable interest rates, plus you might be able to find someone willing to take a chance on you.
Are these the faces of failure? →
Find out at http://self-help.thehappyguy.com/2012/01/26/perseverence-never-give-up/
Top 12 ‘Must Attend’ Music Festivals Of 2012 →
If this doesn’t keep you traveling and entertained….you might want a better paying job!
How to Get Your Credit Card’s Interest Rates... →
This is a guest post from Andy at SavingUp. It’s got some great information on how you can see lower rates on your credit card by doing a little legwork. For many consumers, the current economy has had an impact on their ability to make ends meet, and some of these consumers may be struggling with high credit card interest furthering compounding their financial difficulties. The fact is,...
Take the Credit Card Quiz! →
If you want to learn a little bit more about credit cards — or just test your knowledge — you can take these credit card quizzes. Learn more about the basics of credit cards, understanding how they work and how they affect your credit. You should also take the quiz about credit card myths. Find out more about the persistent myths that continue to mislead consumers.
Reputation Management: How Suze Orman Jeopardized... →
This is the story of how NOT to manage your reputation online, following Suze Orman’s mess last week. What lessons can we learn from this?
Why You Should Be Blog Carnival-Crazy →
If you have never heard of a blog carnival or a blog round-up, this is not to be missed. As a blogger, you should seriously consider hosting a blog carnival – and you should absolutely be participating in blog carnivals every week.
Making Sense of the Suze Orman Fiasco →
Sadly, the mainstream media is, for the most part, in love with Suze Orman’s prepaid debit card because it is less bad than other cards of its kind. With personal finance bloggers, though, that doesn’t cut — nor does Suze’s poor response to the criticism. If you are looking for posts on Suze’s Approved prepaid debit card, here is a big list of places to start....
Reblog: Acai Bowl Recipe →
crozon: Being a fan of both goji juice and acai berries, I’ve created a spin on the traditional Brazilian recipe. So check out my Acai Bowl recipe, a delicious and healthy way to start your morning.
L.A. City Council Bans The Sale Of Wholesale... →
crozon: Antonio Villaraigosa: Not a fan of sunglasses In early December of last year, L.A. City Council voted a unanimous 12-0 on a new ordinance banning the sale of wholesale sunglasses and other “non-expressive purpose” items, such as clothes, incense, candy, crystals, oils, jewelry and toys on the west side of Ocean Front Walk in Venice Beach.
Elmo's lesson in government debt →
This rather brilliantly cuts thru all the political doublespeak we get. It puts it into a much better perspective. Lesson # 1: * U.S. Tax revenue: $2,170,000,000,000 * Fed budget: $3,820,000,000,000 * New debt: $ 1,650,000,000,000 * National debt: $14,271,000,000,000 * Recent budget cuts: $ 38,500,000,000 Let’s now remove 8 zeros and pretend it’s a...
Snow removal from solar panels →
The reality of solar panels in the Canadian winter is that they face the same ice and snow that our cars, our houses and we, ourselves, face. How this affects you – the solar panel owner – depends on whether you have a rooftop installation or ground-mounted panels. If you have rooftop solar panels, mounted on your house or barn, they will face the same challenges that the roof faces. The...
Top 21 Party Cities In The USA →
Since the drinking age is 21 in the US, we’ve decided to focus on the top 21 party cities, and have included four party recommendations for each, including best bar, best wine bar, best club, and best strip club.
The Sun Always Shines →
But the sun has been shining through and we have been generating as much as 40% of solar capacity on overcast days. While this is a minor victory for solar power and a pain in the butt for people looking for excuses to ignore sunscreen warnings about clowdy days, it is of some comfort to anybody who feels like the sun might have abandoned them.
Financial Shock Collar →
bigcajunman: After yesterday’s epiphany of the Financial GPS, I think I have streamlined the concept and gone to exactly what might be needed with today’s chronic over spender, the Financial Shock Collar.
New Year’s Resume Resolution | Resume Mag →
crozon: As professional resume writers we believe that the New Year’s resolution doesn’t only apply to yourself, but you can also make resolutions for your resume. After all, to a potential employer, your resume is you.
The Best Games to Play in a Bar →