You’ve come to the right corner of the Internet. Check out what you missed last week on the SALT™ Blog.
- Our loan forgiveness eBook got a back-to-school makeover, which included adding three new options that could get rid of your loans.
- Jonathan Sparling shared some tips for putting a roof over your head—literally. Fixing his is a big DIY project he’s taking on.
- Diane Melville, with a little help from some GIFs, passed along three reasons why you shouldn’t be afraid to apply for scholarships.
- It finally dawned on Mike Restiano: He’s a college senior. Luckily, he’s not freaking out about it … much.
- Betsy Mayotte answered some of your student loan repayment questions (well, maybe not yours specifically; write in, and she will!).
- New grad Shane McNichol has now been unemployed 4 months, and he’s learned four lessons about finding a job during that time (hopefully at a better rate than one per month).
- Bridget Casey let all the studying she’s doing in her MBA classes seep into her brain, as she detailed why you need to run your finances like a business.
- Anna Marden found a good way to boost her immune system and her budget: make her own juice at home.
- Diane returned, sadly without GIFs. Fortunately, she brought advice for community college students about the importance of not transferring as “undecided.”
- Evelyn Ngugi outlined three quick and affordable lunch options for while you’re at work—though she really had me at “healthy nachos.”
- Thanks to our video of the week, we learned that wives are much stronger “eye candy” for amnesiacs than student loans.
- Aaron Weber interviewed David B., a man who went to grad school in his late 30s—and called it the best thing he’s ever done for his career.
- Remember my promise that this was a Breaking Bad spoiler-free zone? Well, that’s not entirely true. (Lying! What better way to honor Walter White?) We revisited some good financial lessons from the show, and our bloggers cooked up some BB-inspired money mistakes they’ve made of their own.
Did you have a favorite post from the past week? Let us know in the comments!