It’s a lazy snoozin’ Sunday, as well as time to spread some link love! Here are some features this week from The College Money Network:
This Writer’s Wallet shares her view on why job hunting and dating both stink, a premise I can certainly sympathize with!
Stephanie at Poorer Than You proudly shows off her new frugal baby, an adorable little basil plant.
Broke Grad Student continues an interesting debate on whether or not we’re ready for a cashless society? His original article was featured on MSN Smart Spending and provoked a frenzy of comments.
As the economy wavers, Green Tree Panda shares some great techniques on how she uses budgeting and savings to cope.
MFA or Bust questions some of her ethics when she unwittingly finds herself on the receiving end of a great bargain, in the ethical cheapskate.
Spilling Buckets share their decision over confliction on whether to give up job security to pursue other fulfilling endeavors - the abandonment of work-life balance : true job security.
Will the National Australian Bank’s decision this weekend to write off 90% of it’s U.S. conduit loans shock Wall Street and have dramatic repercussions around the world?
FDIC seizes two more failed national banks on Friday; First National Bank of Nevada and First Heritage Bank NA of California. Will the eastern coast be roasting next?
[Here is a complete FDIC listing of bank failures.]
I’m off to hike in the lovely weather for the remainder of the evening. Enjoy!