For some reason, some time this weekend Consumerism Commentary reverted to the default WordPress display style. To anyone who viewed the site and was slightly confused, I apologize. It took me by surprise as well. Here’s what was happening this past week across the MoneyBlogNetwork and beyond:
Free Money Finance began a series highlighting 20 ways to save money on your car.
Mighty Bargain Hunter warns people not to get over-educated. Can one be “over-educated?” Knowledge, especially scientific/empirical knowledge (the basis of advanced learning in the modern world), is a quest that should last a lifetime. The trick is to get someone else to pay for your education.
Five Cent Nickel describes how he chose between two insurance agents — one picked up the phone, one did not.
Blueprint for Financial Prosperity asks for comments on the $100 gas rebate proposal that’s circulating the Senate.
Last week, thre of my favorite bloggers launched Queercents, a blog focusing on finances from a homosexual perspective.
Personal Finance Advice suggested shopping once a week (or less frequently) to save money.
No Credit Needed presents 10 practical ways to save money.
I hope everyone had a great weekend. I could use another day before going back to the office, but unfortunately, the space/time continuum does not bend to my will.
Updated December 29, 2010 and originally published April 30, 2006. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.