Susan Jacobson, The Penny Hoarder

Susan Jacobson

The Penny Hoarder

Florida, United States

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Recent:
  • The Penny Hoarder
Past:
  • Orlando Sentinel
  • Sun Sentinel
  • WPTV

Recent articles by Susan:

Need Health Insurance? Sign Up for Marketplace Coverage by Jan. 15 Deadline

Here’s how to sign up for ACA health insurance for 2021. Don’t miss the Dec. 15 deadline. → Read More

Use These 9 Pro Tips When Preparing for Your Next Job Interview

Job interviews can be nerve wracking. How should you prepare? What should you know about the company? What should you say — and avoid saying? Prepping for a job interview is essential. It can calm your nerves and give you the confidence you need to have a successful interview and land your dream job. Not... → Read More

Jewish day school opens doors to non-Jewish students

The Jewish Academy of Orlando, a Jewish day school, is opening admissions to non-Jewish students. → Read More

70-and-up group shows senior tennis is prescription for healthy aging

A tennis group for women age 70 and older leads to healthy aging as it builds strong bodies and friendships at Winter Park Tennis Center. → Read More

Stretching studios reach out to weekend warriors, baby boomers, athletes

Stretch studios are the latest hot thing in exercise. → Read More

Red truck murder victim's family to celebrate Christmas knowing killer is locked up forever

Jermaine LeBron, who was convicted of killing Larry Neal Oliver Jr. in 1995 for his customized red truck, had his death sentence commuted to life in prison; his victim's mother speaks out about her only son, the man who shot him and the Osceola County murder. → Read More

'Red truck' murder victim's family to celebrate Christmas knowing killer is locked up forever

Jermaine LeBron, who was convicted of killing Larry Neal Oliver Jr. in 1995 for his customized red truck, had his death sentence commuted to life in prison; his victim's mother speaks out about her only son, the man who shot him and the Osceola County murder. → Read More

New Pulse mural honors dead, survivors of Orlando nightclub shooting

Survivors of the Orlando nightclub shooting at Pulse are honored in a new mural in the Thornton Park neighborhood by Michael Pilato and Yuriy Karabash. → Read More

Church seminars to teach gospel of security

A church security seminar at Northland, A Church Distributed in Longwood will teach pastors, employees and volunteers how to protect the congregation, including children. → Read More

Tiny houses, houseboat add pizazz to Sanford Holiday Tour of Homes

Holiday Tour of Homes in Sanford is one of several Christmas house tours in Central Florida in 2017. → Read More

Swans at Lake Eola get TLC at annual roundup

The swan roundup at Lake Eola provided veterinary care to about 50 of the park's iconic birds at the annual volunteer event in 2017. → Read More

Campesinos Garden helps farmworkers feed their families nutritious food

The Farmworkers Association of Florida recently started the fourth Campesinos Garden in the state — this one in Apopka — to provide people who work in agriculture with nutritious vegetables. → Read More

New $16 million mosque highlights growth of Muslim community in Central Florida

Central Florida's growing Muslim population has a new, $16 million mosque, Masjid Al-Hajj, near Sanford, north of Orlando. → Read More

Interfaith service aims to build bridges in divisive times

An interfaith service of music, prayer and thanks sponsored by the Interfaith Council of Central Florida is designed to bring people of all religions — and no religion — together. → Read More

Joint Lutheran-Catholic service to mark 500th anniversary of the Reformation

Churches in Orlando, Mount Dora and other parts of Central Florida are celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. → Read More

Annual Central Florida Veg Fest serves up vegetarian food, lifestyle

Central Florida Veg Fest offers vegetarian and vegan food, animal- and environment-friendly vendors and music at Orlando Festival Park. → Read More

Rollins College keeps the faith, expands outreach to students of different religions

Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, has hired a full-time associate director of Jewish student life and plans to expand faith programs for all religions. → Read More

Anti-gay Westboro Baptist pickets at Valencia College, 3 churches near Orlando

The anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church protested at Valencia College and 3 churches near Orlando. → Read More

Hurricane, greening squeezing the life out of Florida’s citrus industry

Florida's citrus crop is predicted to fall to record lows because of Hurricane Irma and citrus greening. → Read More

Hindus celebrate 'joyous day' to culminate festival of lights

Hindu temple celebrates Diwali with vibrant colors, food and song → Read More