Weekly (ish) Roundup 1/24-2/13

This is more then one week but I am trying to stay on schedule ūüôā Making progress growing likes on Facebook and followers on Twitter as well as unique visitors tracked by Google Analytics. Thanks to everyone for reading and commenting!
Posts:
Monitor Your Credit for FREE ¬†–¬†Monitoring your credit is important. Although the FreeCreditReport.Com commercials may be joking in nature, they illustrate an important point and they do it with a tune that is stuck in my head for hours each time I hear it…
Is a Fixer-Upper Right for YOU? –¬†You cant go a day without hearing an ad on the radio or seeing something on TV about mortgage rates being at their lowest in over a decade (which they are) and how now is the time to buy (which it very well might be). ¬†But one thing that is for certain is that many of the homes on the market are not in mint condition and many of the buyers are first time homeowners making the jump from renting to owning due to the low rates and reasonable prices…
Adaptu is Closing Shop¬†–¬†Well, I was gearing up to write about Adaptu this evening, set it up to post tomorrow morning and enjoy another day. Then out of nowhere I get the below email‚Ķ looks like that review of Adaptu is worthless now and I will have to transition back to Mint.com…
Review: KeyRing App –¬†Is this what your keys look like? If so, it might be time to look into the¬†KeyRing¬†app which lets you add most, if not all, of these barcode discount or point card for your favorite retailers to an app in your phone. ¬†Although there is a web interface where you can log into your account and access/add cards, I have never once used it. The app is fantastic and allows everything to be done to your account…
January 2013 Recap –¬†January was a decent month. I am still working out many kinks with the site and setting up schedules and such for post¬†consistency, but also one of the biggest items on my list is perfecting the way these monthly recap posts are displayed since they are critical to the journey. Still not perfect‚Ķ.

Saving Money on Gas via Shopping Programs – Its no shocker, but gas is expensive and depending on your commute you might be feeling that cost more then others. ¬†Saving money on gas is tough, aside from lower grade or unbranded gas there is always various reward point offers, but newer programs are providing new ways. ¬†Being from New England there is a Stop and Shop in every town, some with their own gas and some without…
Side Jobs: Snag A Job Review –¬†Multiple steams of income is a fantastic strategy to employ to create more cashflow to your accounts and in turn pay off more of your debt. ¬†Picking up a side job a few hours a week can really add up over time and if you find something you really enjoy, it can be a stress free escape from your other job. ¬†While there are thousands of job search websites out there, I have searched with¬†
SnagAJob.com¬†during college a few times and always found it a great experience….
Edgar @ Degrees and Debt

AuthorEdgar @ Degrees and Debt

Founder of Degrees and Debt. Edgar just wrapped up his MS in Project Management with a focus on Information Security Management. Battling back to even from student loans, mortgage and credit card debt is an art Edgar is learning to master. This is his journey.

2 thoughts on “Weekly (ish) Roundup 1/24-2/13

  1. Keep up the good work. It can be difficult to get a posting schedule down pat, but after a while you start getting the results for the effort you put in.

    • @MonsterPiggyBank¬†Thanks. I am working to make it more routine and also to build up a database of posting topics/posts.

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