Monday: Newsy Snacks For Busy People
Op Shops: It’s National Op Shop Week! Your local oppy needs your help. ”It’s a stark truth that during lean economic times – the demand for used clothing goes up but public donations go down,” NSW opposition spokesman for the environment Luke Foley said, when speaking about the event. Charities are reporting shortages and are encouraging you to go through your wardrobe with a ruthless eye and a generous heart. More here.
Jill Meagher: Jill has gone missing on the five-minute walk home from a Brunswick bar. It’s totally out of character and her husband and family fear for her safety. Please take the time to share this Facebook page and raise awareness amongst your circle of friends. If you are in Melbourne, print some posters and put them up in your area? Someone must have seen something. More here.
Credit Repair: It’s been revealed that consumers are being slugged up to $4000 to clear listings on credit blacklists. Unscrupulous credit repair companies are hiking up the price to people who are struggling and desperate to borrow money, when the service is actually offered for free via the State Ombudsman. Gosh. So bad right. Nothing like hitting a person when they are down…
UFOs: We saw these lights in the sky on Saturday night. They were clear as day and flashing in different colours. News.com.au are calling it a UFO. I wonder what it was? It was pretty cool.
Eleven rad recipes from favourite chefs.
Cam from Modern Family and Charlize Theron?!
The Downton ladies out and about.
How to write. Just like that.
DIY letter writing kit.
Hilary Duff is such an ace role model for new mums.
The nine adversaries of learning (and their antidotes!)
How to make Gnocchi.
How to use shortcuts to type faster on your iPhone.
Here’s our Clip of the Day: