Blog Carnivals

Carnival of Personal Finance #171: Celebrate Fall Edition

Welcome to the Carnival of Personal Finance #171. New readers, I invite you to check out my 10 most recent posts. If you like what you see, please subscribe to this feed with the RSS button at the top. I post Monday through Friday of a variety of personal finance and frugality topics. Today is the Fall Equinox, which marks the official first day of fall. In addition…
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The Carnival Round-Up

This week I once again bring you three carnivals. We’ll kick this round-up off with the Festival of Frugality #118, which wisely made my post on 13 ways to celebrate spring fever and editor’s pick. If you liked that, you’ll also enjoy Money and Values’ discussion of delicious homemade ice cream (which I also love.) Next up, Money Hacks Carnival #5, which featured my review of Yodlee. If you liked that, you’ll also enjoy Moolanomy’s…
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Remembering When Birthdays Were More Important than Swine Flu – at the Carnivals

Yeah, it’s  a stretch, but it’s the best I could do. First up, the Carnival of Personal Finance #203 hosted by Weakonomics.  In addition to my post about the real estate offer process, I also recommend Steadfast Finance’s reminder that your income really does matter, even with home prices down. Second, the Festival of Frugality hosted by Always the Planner. In addition to my post about the home office deduction, I also recommend Free From Broke’s…
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Travel, Food Costs, and More at the Carnivals

As usual, I have three carnivals to share this week. As you may have guessed, these three are my favorites. I do like to stick to my favorites. However, I treat them all like my children (were I to have any), in that I don’t have a favorite favorite (except when one makes me an editor’s pick). Here, in no particular order, are this week’s carnivals. First up,…
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The Carnivals Never Stop

This week I tried a couple new carnivals in addition to the Festival of Frugality. We’ll start with the one that made me an editor’s pick! The Carnival of Money Hacks #3, hosted by My Dollar Plan, chose my post on Managing Car Expenses with a Goodyear Card as an editor’s pick. If you liked that, you’ll also enjoy these tips for saving gasfrom Fire Finance. The Carnival of Money Stories #50, hosted…
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Short Week at the Carnivals

It’s a short week, so we have a short list of personal finance carnivals this week: just 2. And this will be a short post. Here we go. Carnival of Personal Finance #180 hosted by Living Almost Large. My post: Year-End Tax Prep. Recommended post:  More tax prep tips at Harvesting Dollars. Money Hacks Carnival #40 hosted by Steadfast Finances. My post: shoe repair. Recommended post: Reusing and reducing in the living room at Green Panda…
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The Carnival is Here!

Before I get to the blog carnivals, I want to mention Alltop, a new blog aggregator from Guy Kawasaki. It aggregates feeds on just about every topic on the planet, from celebrities to Linux. Of course, I’m partial to the personal finance section. And now on to the carnivals! Festival of Frugality#117 was hosted by I’ve Paid for This Twice Already. In addition to my post on wondering if frugality is in the…
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Hackers, Savers, and Tanks at the Carnivals

Another week, another set of carnivals. Once again, we have three. That seems to be my magic number. We’ll kick off with the Money Hackers Carnival #7 at Mommy Gets Paid. In addition to my post on the foreign transaction fee settlement, you should also read Generation X Finance’s Signs You May Be a Victim of Tax Fraud. The next carnival was the Festival of Frugality #120 at A Penny Saved. In addition to…
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Cash Rewards, Saving, and Slashing at the Carnivals

It’s Friday, which means it’s carnival round-up day! This week we once again have three carnivals to enjoy. First up, the Money Hack’s Carnival #13, hosted by Moolanomy. In addition to my post about credit card purchase protection, you might also enjoy Credit Addict’s advice about cash back rewards cards. I don’t have one of those, but I’m thinking about getting one. Next up, the Festival of Frugality #126 at The Financial Blogger.…
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Lao Tzu Goes to the Playoffs this Spring – at the Carnivals

I think that’s something I actually want to see. Do you think he’d win? What sort of playoffs are we talking? I can see baseball, maybe not football, though. This week we have three carnivals to share, so we’ll kick things right off. The Carnival of Personal Finance #202 hosted by Fire Finance. In addition to my post on cheap summer vacations, I recommend Keep My Dollar’s list of cheap things to…
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