Blog Carnivals

Crisis and Bailouts at the Carnivals

Since I hosted the Carnival of Personal Finance this week, I’ve only got two additional carnivals to share. First up, Money Hacks Carnival #31 hosted by Moolanomy. In addition to my post about saving money with Walgreens coupons, you might also like The Smarter Wallet’s tips for saving money with generic drugs. Next, the Festival of Frugality #144 hosted by My Two Dollars.  In addition to my post about creating financial windfalls, you might also enjoy FruGal’s…
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Hosting, Tax Rebates, and Being Green at the Carnivals

This week I hosted the Festival of Frugality, and did a fantastic job, if I do say so myself. I recommend all of the included posts! In addition to the Festival, we also have the Carnival of Personal Finance #150, hosted by Lazy Man and Money. He featured my post about saving money and the environment. If you liked that, you’ll also enjoy Money Crashers’ 10 inexpensive ways to be green.…
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Beijing at the Carnivals

Due to a glitch at the blog carnival site, I was only able to submit to one blog carnival this week, so Broke Grad Student gets all the glory. He hosted the Carnival of Personal Finance #167. In addition to my post about preparing for a depression, you might also enjoy $aving to Invest’s A-Z of personal finance.
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Superbowl of Frugalistas at the Carnivals

This week, we have a head-to-head match-up of blog carnivals. Who will win this battle of the titans? First, the 189th Carnival of Personal Finance hosted by Taking Charge. Taking the field alongside my post about Obama’s priorities we have Tough Money Love giving his take on the new stimulus package. On the opposide, we have the Money Hacks Carnival hosted by Little Miss Know It All.  Taking the field alongside my advice for finding…
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Celebrate Baseball and the Stanley Cup with a Lobster Roll – at the Carnivals

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,…
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Frugal Weekend in New Zealand at the Carnivals

Ah, a vacation sounds lovely right now. Instead I’m at home working and trying to get all my mortgage papers in order. Sigh. Instead, we’ll dream about the Carnival of Personal Finance #213 hosted by Man vs. Debt from New Zealand!  He included my post about paying more than a home’s appraised value. I also recommed M is for Money’s tips about the home inspection. M is Money also hosted the Festival…
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Three Carnivals for the Price of One

This week we’re offering a special deal: three blog carnivals for the price of one admission. There’s no need to choose, your ticket is good for all of them. First up, the Carnival of Personal Finance #139. In addition to my post on saving money on books , you’ll enjoy BeingFrugal.net’s post on Seven Things Women Wish Men Knew About Money. Next up, the Festival of Frugality #112. In addition to my post…
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Blog Carnival Showdown

This week, the Carnival of Personal Finance and the Festival of Frugality are facing off in the mother of all battles: the Superbowl of Personal Finance. We have two great teams fighting it out. On one side: Carnival of Personal Finance #138 at I’ve Paid for This Twice Already. I’m a secondary on the defensive line. On the other side: Festival of Frugality #111 at BeingFrugal.net. I’m stepping up as a Linebacker…
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Throwing Parties and Saving Money at the Carnivals

It was a banner week at the blog carnivals. Two of my posts were selected as editor’s picks! So, without further ado, here is this week’s blog carnival round-up. First up, Money Hacks Carnival #14 at Prime Time Money. If you liked my editor’s pick post about stopping credit card offers, you might also enjoy Free From Broke’s story about his experiences with the American Express gold card. Our second carnival is…
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The Carnival Is In Town

Once again, the carnival has pulled up to the local station. The Dividend Guy is this week’s head carnie. The Carnival of Personal Finance #137 features my post on the LIBOR and Fed Rates. For festival fans, visit the Festival of Frugality #110. It’s hosted by Mrs. Micah and features my post on life insurance.
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