Friday Night Links: Graduation Edition

by Krantcents · 4 comments

Post image for Friday Night Links: Graduation Edition

Are you or your family celebrating graduation?  It may be elementary school, middle school, high school, college or graduate school.  It is one of the most important and happiest occasions.  I can remember my own even if it is a hundred years ago!  I remember attending my future wife’s college graduation and attending my children’s graduations.  Congratulations to all the new grads!

For the last few years, it has been difficult for new college graduates.  One out of two college graduates is either jobless or underemployed.  Normally, this is an exciting time with job offers and all the possibilities.  Summertime is usually filled with celebrations, travel and weddings.  This year new grads are looking at student loan debt that is bigger than ever and the possibility of paying higher interest.  It is hard to celebrate and not think about these things.  There is nothing new here, this has happened before.

These times require creative solutions and entrepreneurial skills.  You may have to go back to school, move or do temporary work.  Many question the value of a college degree, but isn’t up to the individual.  I do value good information as much as an education.  I can identify the best or my favorite articles of the week.  This makes a good segue to today’s picks for Friday Night Links.

The following articles caught my attention:

Narrow Bridge Finance  How to Start Your Own Business with Little Money

Not Made of Money  12 Tips to Save Money and Stick to Your Budget

One Cent at a Time  A Few Unconventional Ways to Reduce Gas Consumption

One Money Design  Are You Really Getting a Good Deal When Shopping at Outlet Stores?

Out of Debt Again  Drink Water – It’s Cheap and Frugal

The selection of blogs is up to the committee of one established by krantcents as a representative of the Academy of Frugal Journalistic Writers. That committee can be influenced by meaningful comments, signing up for my RSS feeds, backlinks, links, trackbacks, Facebook Likes, Twitter, Re-tweets, Digg, StumbleUpon, delicio, Yahoo Buzz, Google Bookmarks and other social media. If you plan on creating a single purpose political action committee (PAC) to buy advertising on my blog to solely influence the committee, please go ahead! Please understand it will not influence the results.

I read more than five hundred (500) articles a week and I highlight just five (5) in my Friday Night Links.   Are you a new grad?  Do you have a job or are you going back to school?  Thanks for reading Friday Night Links Graduation Edition.

Photo by: kevin dooley



Please make sure to subscribe to our RSS feed to get the latest updates!