I was having a really difficult at work this week. 😦 and I needed something to cheer me up.
I came across the site Tickled by Life and before I could finish reading one article, I realized that this Blog was a keeper and wanted to share with my readers.
I especiallly enjoyed the article What goes around Comes around..
This entry comes as a courtesy of my Sis-In-Law (RM). Good work RM. Bet you never thought you’d be published at Dad’s Taxi! 🙂
Thrifty Fun is a pretty cool site which has some really nice featured articles and newsletters which you can subscribe to. The site is family oriented, so it seems to be a pretty good place for information and tips! Most of the focus of this site is related to the home and tips on how to solve household problems. Found that to be pretty useful.
It’s here that I found another link to an interesting My Frugal Life Blog site.The site offers some excellent advice, free newsletters, tips and so much more. You can browse the various topics and much more.
What I liked best was the disclaimer for the site. Now I gotta figure out how to do the same for Dad’s Taxi.
Take a look along the bottom of the page and you’ll find some interesting sites for budgeting, savings advice, couponing, ezines (newsletters), etc..
Overall, the site is really nice and deserves a detailed look.. enjoy..
PS. Thanks RM.
Mashable – all the Web related news that’s fit to read.
I was bored and cruising (yes everyone knows how easily I get distracted/bored) and came across the mashable site.
This site provides an excellent summarized summary of NEW things happening. I could just waste hours and hours of time on the popular category of Facebook, Firefox, Google and my fav iPhone.
What I liked about the site, is that you can leave comments on any of the stories that are published here.
I like the clean structure and the a could look at the popular categories. I’ll give you one guess which one I gravitated to. the iPhone area.
What I liked even more of this site is the Jobs section. Here you can see job postings (besides your Monster, and careerbuilder). The interface was clean. I just selected the state I was looking for a job in and voila, I saw the jobs in a simple list.
Take a look at mashable , I added the daily feed to my Yahoo, of course this site allows you to add subscribe to this site. I give this site 4+ stars.
One of my next blog entries is going to be dedicated to how to network in this crummy (yes that’s a technical term) economy and the inside tricks to finding jobs others won’t find.. Stay tuned for that.
I was reading PC World business center this morning and I noticed this site that I
wanted to share. While you are here, read the great article on PC World’s favorite iPhone apps that might be of interest to you. This is a must read, before you proceed.
This site pointed me to appstoreapps lists the 40 applications that have gone
from paid applications to free applications. Of course as the saying goes, buyer beware. You should read about any application you install on your iPhone.
The site above gives very good descriptives of the applications which are now Free.
Of course everyone knows of this site where it lists the top 50 free
iPhone apps: http://www.appstoreapps.com/top-100-free-app-store-apps/
The link above looks for the installation of iTunes on your machine..
One heads up that I want to give is that always look at all emails from the iTunes site where it concerns “Free” applications that you have purchased. I got burnt last month when I was charged $5.30 for an application that I did not download.
So when you are bundled in during the winter, let the iPhone entertain and stimulate you..
If you have a favorite iPhone site, feel free to respond to this post. TTYL
As you may realize by now, anything that catches my fancy is a possibility to be found on this blog. I was reading my favorite blog the simple dollar and came across these two sites that really amused me.
- Fark – gives a one line and a link to news items that you will not find in your local paper or TV news. Found this really amusing. Has categories for Sports, showbiz, politics and of course you can create your own “My Fark”. This site instead of having a numeric rating of the news, it has it’s own unique rating system of words.. (strange, cool, dumbas*)
- Reddit – similar to Fark, also has a blender of news tidbits that you can vote on. The popularity of the links dictates how the news appears on the listings.