Spent the past week playing The Million Second Quiz nonstop? (Hah! I know. Just kidding.)
Well, check out what you may have missed on the SALT™ Blog—you won’t even need to jump the line to find out.
- Our newest saltmoney.org article asked you to think about what you’d do with a million dollars (a much simpler proposition than anything on The Million Second Quiz, by the way).
- We introduced a new contributor, Jonathan Sparling, who shared how he developed his money beliefs.
- Diane Melville passed along some scholarships with application deadlines in September—including a not-so-secret one from the CIA.
- Mike Restiano debated both sides of a major decision he’s considering: whether he should drop his college minor.
- Betsy Mayotte (and Piglet) answered your student loan questions about getting out of default and contacting your servicer.
- Shane McNichol passed up some good advice (actually, it was his own advice) and ended up behind the trap door of a job scam.
- Facing all her new grad school costs, Bridget Casey offered up three ways grad students can really make their money count.
- Anna Marden has pretty much had everything go wrong that could go wrong when moving (rain, rodents, etc.), so she knows how to deal with such worst-case scenarios.
- In our latest infographic, Diane Melville took us step-by-step through a transfer checklist for community college students.
- Evelyn Ngugi got over her food budget busters thanks to these three breakfast options, which saved her even more than money.
- Our video of the week taught us about the power of vocabulary—especially when it comes to student loans.
- Our bloggers showed off their unique talents, detailing their financial “X” factors (and we didn’t even get booed off the stage, which was nice).
Have a favorite post from the past week? Let us know in the comments.