This week we scoured the web and found a treasure trove of great blog posts covering everything from inexpensive Easter crafts to a list of important financial tasks to tackle. Check it out.
Money Saving Tips:
10 Inexpensive Spring Spruce-Up Ideas for Your Home by Kentin Waits on Wisebread
Now that spring is officially here, it’s the perfect time to declutter, organize, and do an overall refresh to your living space. Here are a few inexpensive ways you can do just that.
How to Save Money at Whole Foods Market by Nora on Money Saving Mom
Whole Foods might have a reputation for higher than average prices, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find good deals. These tips will help you purchase quality Whole Foods products without obliterating your budget.
7 Cheap (and Easy) Easter Crafts and Activities for Kids by Alyssa Chirco on Parenting Squad
Looking for an inexpensive way to entertain the kiddos this Easter weekend? Try these fun craft ideas that will get everyone in the holiday spirit.
The Psychology Behind Financial Wellness by Julianna Young on Consumerism Commentary
Getting out of a financial rut requires many of the same actions as losing weight – recognizing habits, modifying behaviors, celebrating small successes. When paired together, all of these things can create long-lasting change.
20 Important Financial Tasks to Do Each Year by Kevin Mulligan on Moolanomy
Thinking of doing a little spring cleaning? Why not start with your finances? This comprehensive list will help you check the status of your financial health and remind you of all the small tasks you may have forgotten about.
9 Last-Minute Tax Tips by Angela Cooley on MoneyTalksNews
If you owe taxes this year, you’re probably part of the 20-25% of Americans who plan on waiting until April 15 to file. In order to avoid running in to some procrastination-induced snag, follow these preparation tips.
Food for Thought:
Panera Tries a New Pay-What-You-Want Experiment on DailyFinance
With five pay-what-you-want cafes now up and running, Panera Bread is trying something new at other locations-- allowing customers to pay what they want for one item on their menu with proceeds helping to feed St. Louis-area hunger initiatives.
A Credit Union That’s All in the Family on CBS Sunday Morning
In a time when banking is far less personal and customer-oriented, Our Family Social Credit Union seems to be doing just fine running their modest mom and pop operation. But before you attempt to join, you’ll have to trace your lineage back to their founding family.