Today's Fave Five will focus on finances because in light of this ridiculously bad economy, we could all use a little cheap advice on how to save money, where to find great deals and who is giving the best advice during these trying times.
1. As much as I love surfing the web, I also enjoy reading insightful articles from The Bottom Line, a custom published weekly newsletter offering tips on everything from investments to retirement, health and much more. If you've got 10 minutes, then that'll give you just enough time to read Bottom Line from cover to cover.
2. If you're looking to save big on the homefront, then visit Mom Advice, whose founder, Amy Clark is featured in this month's Redbook Magazine. Check out her blog on the No Spend Challenge where Amy offers tips on how to make it through 30 days without splurging on useless items.
3. If you're looking for deals on the best shopping finds on the web, then here's a simple solution...visit The Find and their new blog, The Find Buzz which shares the inside scoop on the latest steals and deals.
4. I never really watch financial news, but lately, I've found my self gravitating toward CNN and MSNBC since they've been featuring stories and experts offering great advice and leads on how to find a job, reinvent yourself, pursue a new passion and much more. Favorite segment yesterday was on CEO's who became pizza delivery men and taxi drivers. Maybe we should all just go back into farming and call it a day.
5. On April 2, Jean Chatzky, author of the new bestseller "The Difference" will be doing a free chat on Liveperson.com. If you're in need of some great advice on how to manage your finances and prosper even in tough economic times, you won't want to miss the opportunity to hear directly from Chatzky who will be available to answer your questions at Liveperson. To hear some of Jean's tips in the meantime, the click on the video below...