Welcome Get Rich Slowly Readers!

I would love to welcome all Get Rich Slowly readers to Squawkfox, a blog that makes frugal living fun. A huge thank you to J.D. Roth for giving me the opportunity to guest post on Get Rich Slowly with 5 Ways To Rescue Your Rotten Resume.

My name is Kerry Taylor and I’m the blogger here. It’s nice to meet you!

Welcome J.D. Roth Get Rich Slowly Readers

Since you are looking for ways to boost your career and rescue you rotten resume, here are some career-minded posts you may like. If you’re more into money (and who isn’t) then check out the frugal and fun articles below!

Career, Job, and Resume Articles:

Fun, Frugal, and Money-Minded Articles:

If you have any questions, go ahead and enter your thoughts below, or catch up with the most popular posts and fun free downloads. The community here at Squawkfox is smart, savvy, and friendly so feel free to comment.

Cheers,
Kerry

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Your two cents:

  1. David@DINKS Finance September 21st, 2009

    I loved your post on GRS. I’m in the process of writing up resumes and cover letters, and it looks like you have a lot of information on this topic (and plan to add more). I will keep coming back to see what hints you have!

  2. Marshal mi Suit September 21st, 2009

    Very effective post on resume. You note that “Your resume is not about you”, hit me like a brick. Thank you for the post. If you need audience to experiment upon, count me in.:)

  3. David@DINKS Finance September 22nd, 2009

    Well this Saturday I am going to sit down and hammer out my resume. I also need to write a few cover letters. Thankfully I can refer to resources like yours that will hopefully land me a job!

  4. Marguerite September 22nd, 2009

    First of all, Thank you! Thank you so much for being there sharing your experience with all of us, newbies to living simply. I have a nice way for saving on laundry by washing my clothes with dish liquid detergent. I get mine at a local supermarket (a big jug of pink liquid detergent kind of the cheap stuff) but environmentaly safe. I use about 1/4 of a cup by load. We are a family of 4 and this last for about 2 1/2 months and works great!
    thank you again,
    Marguerite from Montreal. (sorry for my english, I’m french)

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