Looking back at March, there were many really good articles around the blogosphere. While I’m taking an April Fool’s theme, all of these articles are the real deal. Here are some that are not to be missed.
Money Cone dishes the dirt on “Companies I Won’t Do Business With”
This makes me think of the old song lyric, “We won’t get fooled again!” You might agree or disagree with her list, but I guarantee you won’t be bored!
At Cool to Be Frugal you can discover 5 surprising items you can recycle for money.
No fooling, who knew?
Hunter at Financially Consumed says “Doodle Your Way to Success!”
He shares his own experience and what he learned at TED about one of the easiest approaches to success. I want to start doodling even more after this! I remember one of our kids’ teachers said she could tell a lot about the intelligence of a student by the way they doodled. No fools there.
Smart On Money details how to do a basic 401K-to-IRA rollover.
And, yes, this is a smart money method. Who doesn’t like to be smart on money?
Prairie EcoThrifter features an article on 5 reasons to invest in gold.
I’m a little late on this one, but with continuing interest in gold I thought it was still timely.
I’m not a fan of investing in gold, but many people feel it’s wise to have about 10% of their portfolio in gold of some form. There are some ads there from gold-selling companies with the post also. I find the comments section to be very helpful. If you are interested in gold as an investment make this the start of your research. As always, do your homework. Don’t buy any fool’s gold!
Mashable outs a Twitter scam that targets Draw Something fans.
Something in human nature makes fooling even intelligent people happen time and time again.
There are no fools at the Canadian Budget Binder where they are saving plenty of money by using vinegar in over 100 ways! One of my favorites is to use vinegar to make buttermilk whenever it’s called for in a recipe. No running to the store for buttermilk!
The Frugal Toad features an infographic called “So Why Aren’t You Saving Money?”
It’s target audience is people in their 20’s who can really benefit from saving. What do you think of it? Will it make the targeted audience feel foolish for not saving and change their behavior?
Enjoy these great articles and a little foolin’ on April Fool’s Day!
I couldn’t resist adding my link to wacky foods for April Fool’s Day. You can make them anytime for fun. I really like the cake made to look like a giant piece of sushi. Have fun!