As we try to regain some normalcy, here’s what we posted last week on the SALT™ Blog.
- Ryan shared with us a way that we can watch our investments double with a calculator on saltmoney.org.
- I told you about five ways Pinterest can help you get organized. I’ve decided to make my DIY corkboard into a wall planner. Saving money, doubling usage, and going green with upcycling? That’s a triple threat, right there.
- Brigit shared ways to convert our winter fashions into spring and summer wardrobe. What am I supposed to do with my polka dot onesie?
- Shane told us when a job hunter should get worried, offering some easy steps to keep calm. No, biting your nails and downing caffeine in preparation for all-nighters are not on there.
- Sarah Barker gave us a mom’s perspective on dealing with financial aid packages. She said they’re likely non-negotiable, but I gave my financial aid office a crisp Jackson bill and they reduced my aid by, well, a crisp Jackson bill. Wait…
- In answer to a question from Diane, I did not know that some scholarships only existed on Facebook. I really “like” your post. Hehe.
- Evelyn said thank goodness for savings accounts. I’m lucky none of the stuff that happened to her happened to me, because I can’t touch my savings. Maybe I should rethink my savings plan …
- Shane used the animal kingdom to talk about being money savvy. What can I say? Give me that moooooo-lah.
What was your favorite article from last week? Tell us in the comments!