Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Friday, February 5, 2010
Here are some websites I liked from last night's Ultra Light Stratups:
Street Spotted - The place to document fashion as it happens every day. Each week they go out and “spot” for anything that catches their eye, then analyze it and give you a full clothing list with costs.
Meet On Cruise - A community for people who like cruise travel.
SpotBurn - Help you find the best fishing spots.
The Jewish Zodiac - What's the sign of your Jewish birth year?
Brobible - Enough said.
Friday, January 22, 2010
As you may know, we have successfully completed our green card through marriage application without using a lawyer. There are several blog posts on the web that talks about how to file your green card through marriage without a lawyer.
Monday, September 21, 2009
Going to a wedding, bar/bat mitzvah, baby shower, or a graduation party and trying to figure out how much money to bring or how much money to spend on the gift? Well SimchaBucks will give you the answer.
If you are holding the event, you can use SimchaBucks to estimate how much money you can expect to receive. As an added bonus, SimchaBucks will help you manage the Thank-You note process: enter or upload an excel file with the list of gifts you received and then mark gifts that you send out thank-you notes for them.
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Are you a sports fan? Do you have a team that you follow? FanFeeder makes your life easier by aggregating the news about your team. Never miss the news and tweets about the Bears again with FanFeeder (although after the loss to the Packers maybe you should) .
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
It's not easy building and formating a resume -- until today. JobSpice created a cool way to input your information and quickly format it by using their styles. Once you are done you can export the resume to PDF.
Now I just wish that someone would be able to find a way to export my LinkedIn resume to PDF...
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
There are several websites that can help you manage your money online. My two dollars has a good list of websites that can help you do it. But the best website (and the #1 in My two dollars post) is Mint. If you're like me and you have several bank account and several credit cards, Mint is the best place to manage and view them all. Now that Mint has information about your property and loans, there is no need for you to go to any other site.
Spend wisely :)