The Economy Exchange enables people to communicate anonymously about an otherwise private issue, and offers an opportunity to learn from how others are handling parallel situations.
Bradenton, FL (PRWEB) April 16, 2010
Julie Freed today unveiled an innovative website, TheEconomyExchange.com and its forum site, TheEconomyStinks.com to connect people nationwide who are experiencing life altering changes because of the economy.
People can learn, first hand, what choices other people have had to make, and how people are dealing with situations that might mirror their own. People can also use the sight as a resource for navigating through these times more effectively. From recipes and parenting tips, to job resources, links to articles about the economy, and discussions about mortgages and home ownership, this site is for anyone and everyone who has been touched by the economy. The goal is to help people understand that they aren’t alone, and to figure out how to affect change and deal with their financial situations the best way possible.
“You cannot go anywhere or turn on the television without hearing news about the volatility of the economy, and the word recession is thrown around constantly,” says Julie Freed, Founder of The Economy Exchange. “At the same time, people feel ashamed and embarrassed to discuss their personal financial issues, and they don’t realize how many people are in the same boat,” says Freed. “The Economy Exchange enables people to communicate anonymously about an otherwise private issue, and offers an opportunity to learn from how others are handling parallel situations.”
TheEconomyExchange.com offers information about anything and everything relating to the economy. There will be a special focus on parenting (and being a mom) in a new economy. The forum site, http://www.theeconomystinks.com, is an open, moderated forum where people can post questions, comments, and economy related news and insight.
Julie Freed is a freelance writer with a bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s in education. As a mother of three small children, and two dogs, and the wife of a mortgage broker bent on keeping his profession, she has become an expert at living on a budget.
TheEconomyExchange.com, and its forum site, TheEconomyStinks.com enable people to trade information about jobs, parenting, family time, cooking healthfully yet inexpensively, marriage and anything else as it pertains to the economy. For information visit http://www.theeconomyexchange.com.