We’ve got baseball, basketball, and hockey all happening at the same time, which is a good diversion from personal finance worries if you like sports. If you’re like me, then, um have a lobster roll instead.

If you want to worry about personal finance, we’ve got the personal finance blog carnival round-up. Yay!

First up, the Carnival of Personal Finance #208 hosted by Money Under 30.  Despite being over 30, I got an editor’s pick with my post about how the GM bankruptcy affects you. I also recommend Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck’s advice about when to repair a car and when to buy a new one.

Next up, the Festival of Frugality hosted by Personal Finance Analyst. I earned something called a groundball with my post about reducing your property tax. I also recommend Practicing Thrifts tips for frugal home decor. Use some of that property tax savings to spruce up your home with flea market finds.

Finally, the Money Hacks Carnival #68 hosted by Financial Highway. In addition to my post on cheap hobbies, I also recommend Love Hacks’ ideas for cheap dates - in case you get bored with your hobbies.


One Response to “Celebrate Baseball and the Stanley Cup with a Lobster Roll – at the Carnivals”

  1. Michael B Rubin on June 12th, 2009 12:25 pm

    Thanks for the link (from a fellow 30+)!

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