Blog Carnivals

Picking Apples at Monticello – at the Carnivals

I’m back with another blog round-up. This week we have three carnivals to share, so let’s get to it. First, the Carnival of Personal Finance at Simply Forties. In addition to my post taking a look back at my financial year, I also recommend Divident Growth Investor’s six things he learned from the financial crisis. Next, the Festival of Frugality #195 hosted by The Good Life on a Budget. In addition to my post…
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Memorial Day and Family Vacation – at the Carnivals

Okay, everybody in the van. It’s time for the annual family vacation, wherein the kids fight in the backseat, everyone’s miserable, and someone gets left at the gas station. Sounds fun! Or we could just recap this week’s blog carnivals. First, the Carnival of Personal Finance #206 hosted by Greener Pastures. In addition to my post about what you would do if the bank made an error in your favor, I also…
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More Blog Carnivals

It’s time once again for the blog carnival round-up! This week we’ll start with Festival of Frugality #115. In addition to my post on creating a frugal exercise club, you also might enjoy Cheap Healthy Good’s links to spice recipes (make your own mixes to save big.) Next up, the Carnival of Personal Finance #142. In addition to my post on 29 financial leaps for leap year, you might also enjoy No Credit…
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Surviving the Squeeze and More at the Carnivals

This week I was only in one carnival, with a friendly link from another. BlogCarnival.com was down on Friday, and I forgot to submit the rest of the weekend! I was planning to submit to four, so boy am I mad at myself. What does that all mean? We have a briefer carnival round-up this week. I was able to submit to the Carnival of Personal Finance #151, hosted…
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Fables about iPods at the Carnivals

Just two carnivals to share this week, but they’re both awesome because they both included my posts as editor’s picks! First, M is for Money hosted Carnival of Personal Finance #231. In addition to my post about my emergency fund saving us from a paycheck error, I also recommend Engaged Marriage’s post about the best way to avoid money fights. Second, Cheap Healthy Good hosted Festival of Frugality #204. In addition to…
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Quality Time without Debt at the French Open – in the Carnivals

How’s that for a headline? It’s certainly not a phrase you expect to hear. And that brings us to this week’s blog carnival round-up. Once again, we have three. Monty Python would be proud. So first, the Carnival of Personal Finance #155, hosted by Moolanomy. In addition to my post on debunking the latte factor, you might also enjoy Destroy Debt’s 10 non-cliched ways to free up money. Next, the Festival of…
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MSN Links and Blog Carnivals

This week I was thrilled to be featured in the MSN Smart Spending blog. She focused on my post about saving money during wedding season. Thanks for the link and welcome new readers! And now onto the weekly blog carnival round-up. We’ll kick things off with the: Carnival of Personal Finance #148 at Gather Little by Little. In addition to my post about saving money during wedding season, you might also…
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Monsters and Scary Finances at the Carnivals

Happy Halloween! People must be scared by all the bad financial news, because I’ve got just two carnivals to share this week. First up, the Festival of Frugality #149 hosted by Living Well on Less. My post listing 7 homemade Christmas gifts that don’t suck was an editor’s pick. I also recommend Finding Financial Peace’s tip for shopping post-holiday sales for next year. Next, Money Hacks Carnival #36 hosted by Free From Broke. In addition to…
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Let’s All Go to the Carnival!

Green Panda Treehouse featured me in this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance. Among the rides she offers are investing advice, saving advice, credit card advice, and debt advice. Don’t forget your E-tickets. The BagLady is hosting the Carnival of Debt Reduction this week. Her links are organized into tips for avoiding debt. Be careful before you enter her hall of mirrors. If festivals are more your style, check out On Financial…
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Wedding Songs Featuring Roses in the Belated Blog Carnival Recap

Apologies for the belated recap. I was busy painting my house this weekend and forgot to recap! First, the Carnival of Personal Finance #215 hosted by Good Financial Cents. In addition to my post recounting my long and winding road to homeownership, I also recommend M is for Money’s tips on the unexpected cost of home repairs. Boy do I hear that! Second, the Festival of Frugality #188 hosted by Financial Highway. In addition…
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