Prepping for Mother’s Day last week? Maybe some of you watched our movie or were dedicating yourself to getting extra entries in our sweepstakes?
For all of you who missed it, here’s what we talked about last week on SALT™ Blog!
- I gave you guys a little more than five Mother’s Day gifts for under 5$ on eBay. It’s not Mother’s Day anymore, but I can use some relaxation if anyone cares to donate.
- We reviewed some answers to career questions extracted from Amanda Abella’s last webinar. She offers some great responses about first jobs, internships, and résumés here!
- Mike Restiano warned us that The Red doesn’t go away, even if you study abroad. I guess a Europe getaway definitely isn’t a good idea then …
- Anna Marden told us how to eat at Whole Foods for less than $5 a meal. I wish I could get steak and potatoes or lobster for that price. Tofu will do.
- We showed you our awesome mini-movie, The Red. I’m resisting the urge to use smiley face emoticons here. I’m pretty sure it’s unprofessional.
- On that note, Shane gave you some other red-related cinematography that we could learn financial lessons from in our video(s) of the week.
- Diane Melville brought on the girl power with some women-only scholarships.
- Shane told us why you need to party like it’s graduation time. No, it’s not just to celebrate the achievement, see friends for the last time, or anything of that sort. It’s also to make that cash money.
- Amanda wrote about how necessary it is that we include healthcare in our budget. No, a stash of Band-Aids and ibuprofen is not enough.
- Susie Boretti gave us the dos and don’ts for grad school programs.
- I wrote an article on being healthy on a budget. With all the rain we’ve had in Boston, I’m considering breaking my own gym rule. You can’t see me, but I cringe as I type this.
- And you guys got another comic. Would you go back in time and change colleges if it meant saving money?
What was your favorite post from last week? Tell us in the comments.