Check out what we covered last week on the SALT™ Blog.
- Our newest video on saltmoney.org got inside your head to show you how to figure out your money mindset.
- After missing a(nother) bill payment, Jonathan Sparling took three steps to ensure this never happens to him again.
- Diane Melville highlighted a handful of scholarships to apply for in November—perhaps while eating handfuls of candy in October. (Hey, whatever gets you to apply!)
- Mike Restiano started filling up his college bucket list, with five things every senior should do before graduation.
- Betsy Mayotte answered borrower questions about interest accruing on student loans and income-based repayment. (But, more importantly, you got to meet Piglet’s brother: Louie!)
- Shane McNichol doesn’t have a job after 5 months of post-grad unemployment, but he at least knows the four types of entry-level work he could land. So, moral victory?
- From apple pies to apple pancakes, Anna Marden dished out recipes that can prevent all those apples you picked this fall from going to waste.
- Bridget Casey told us why investing in the stock market doesn’t have to be a scary experience.
- Diane returned with transfer tips for community college students majoring in humanities or general studies.
- Evelyn Ngugi shared her two secret ingredients for cheap, healthy dinners during the workweek.
- In honor of the government shutdown (probably the only time anything will honor that), our bloggers shared the expenses they wouldn’t mind furloughing for a little while.
- And, finally, SALT kicked off The Carnival Of #20SomethingProblems with a trip to CollegeFest over the weekend. Check out the tour’s full schedule to see when we’ll be by you.
Have a favorite post from the past week? Let us know in the comments.