Category Archives: Carnivals

Carnival of Money Stories #100 – Retire Gracefully Edition

Fireman's Carnival by Anna Fischer

This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #100 is up at Out of DebtAgain! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions.

Editor’s Picks

This is the last edition of the carnival because there is little interest in hosting. Thank you to all the esteemed hosts who were kind enough to host the carnival in the past.

Carnival of Money Stories #99

Fair Food by brent_nashville
This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #99 is up at Funny About Money! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions.

Editor’s Picks

Thinking about starting an eBay business? Think again! Before you jump off that cliff, go to Mom’s Plan and read Melissa’s hair-raising story of her misadventures with eBay.

The Financial Blogger considers what life would be like without a business partner.

Any of us who have been moms or dads will get a kick out of Melissa’s story of the kids and the furniture over at Parenting Family Money. LOL! One of the great joys of old age is being able to gaze fondly at other people’s cute little kids and think, “Ahhh! We’ll never have to do that again!

Wanna feel the hair stand up on your head? Tool on over to Money Thinking and contemplate Money Thinker’s The Plague of the Pre-existing Condition. Yipe!

Thanks to all of this week’s participants and especially our great host! Next week’s edition will be held at Out of Debt Again. Make sure you head over to the submissions page to learn how to get your post in!

Carnival of Money Stories #98 – St. Patrick’s Day Edition

Ferris Wheel from Amber Kennedy
This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #98. St. Patrick’s Day Edition is up at Money Thinking! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions.

Editor’s Picks

Thanks to all of this week’s participants and especially our great host! Next week’s edition will be held at Funny About Money. Make sure you head over to the submissions page to learn how to get your post in!

The Carnival is in need of hosts.  Please sign up today!

Carnival of Money Stories #97 Read A Book A Week Edition

This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #97 Read a Book a Week Edition is up at Complex Search! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions.

Editor’s Picks

  1. The Amateur Financier presents Lessons From Childhood Games posted at The Amateur Financier.
  2. MD presents Money Management for Teens — What You Need To Know posted at Studenomics.
  3. Madison DuPaix presents Can You Afford It? posted at My Dollar Plan.
  4. Ken presents Our Frugal Ways: Rent for a Few More Years Before Buying posted at Spruce Up Your Finances.
  5. PT presents Making Extra Money as a Pizza Delivery Guy to Payoff $45,000 in Debt with Jeff Kosola from DeliverAwayDebt.com posted at PT Money.

Thanks to all of this week’s participants and especially our great host! Next week’s edition will be held at Money Thinking. Make sure you head over to the submissions page to learn how to get your post in!

The Carnival is in need of hosts. If hosts cannot be found the carnival will have to go on hiatus until more interest is shown. Please sign up today!

Carnival of Money Stories #96 The Penny Pincher Edition

Carnival Ride by brent_nashville
This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #96 Penny Pincher Edition is up at Squirrelers! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions.

Editor’s Picks

FMF presents Secrets of a Former Credit Card Thief at Free Money Finance, saying “ Stories from a former credit card thief — and what we can learn from them”

Shawanda Greene presents Uncommon Advice That’ll Change Your Life at You Have More Than You think

Jacob presents Helping A Friend Get Out of Debt – Part 1 – Collect Your Debts at My Personal Finance Journey, saying “The first chapter of a story about me helping a friend get out of his credit card debt. What’s the first step? Start by collecting all of your debts!”

Craig presents Is It Worthwhile to Move to Save Costs? at Free From Broke, saying  ” How long do you have to be in the new location to reap the rewards of moving?”

Evan presents Why I Will be Purchasing Life Insurance on My Newborn Baby at My Journey to Millions, saying “Purchasing life insurance for a baby can be a controversial subject. Here is why my wife and I are purchasing it for our newborn.”

Thanks to all of this week’s participants and especially our great host! Next week’s edition will be held at Complex Search. Make sure you head over to the submissions page to learn how to get your post in!

The Carnival is in need of hosts. If hosts cannot be found the carnival will have to go on hiatus until more interest is shown. Please sign up today!

Carnival of Money Stories #95 Bedtime Story Edition

Midway Food by Roy Montgomery

This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #95 Bedtime Story Edition is up at Money Crashers! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions.

Thanks to all of this week’s participants and especially our great host! Next week’s edition will be held at Squirrelers. Make sure you head over to the submissions page to learn how to get your post in!

The Carnival is in need of hosts.  Please sign up today!

Carnival of Money Stories #94 – Introspective Edition

Milky Way Galaxy. Source: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap040223.html

This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #94 Introspective Edition is up at Invest It Wisely! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions.

Thanks to all of this week’s participants and especially our great host! Next week’s edition will be held at Money Crashers. Make sure you head over to the submissions page to learn how to get your post in!

Carnival of Money Stories #93 – My Funny Valentine Edition

Cotton Candy by Roland
This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #93: My Funny Valentine’ Edition is up at Personal Finance Journey! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions and read Lakita’s great Valentine’s Day story.

Thanks to all of this week’s participants and especially our great host! Next week’s edition will be held at Invest It Wisely. Make sure you head over to the submissions page to learn how to get your post in!

Carnival of Money Stories #92 – Super Bowl Edition

Arlington County Fair by cliff1066This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #92: the Super Bowl Edition at Sweating the Big Stuff! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions!

Editor’s Picks

Thanks to all of this week’s participants and especially our great host! Next week’s edition will be held at Personal Finance Journey. Make sure you head over to the submissions page to learn how to get your post in!

Carnival of Money Stories #91

Fireman's Carnival by Anna Fischer

This week’s edition of the Carnival of Money Stories #91 Carnival of Money Stories #91: the Guy de Maupassant Edition is at Miss Thrifty’s! Make sure you head over there and check out all of the great submissions!

Editor’s Picks

Kaye presents Gaining Control – It’s An Emotional Ride posted at Mrs. Nespy’s World. Kaye has launched a new series, to help readers along the path to financial freedom. This is her opening gambit – and she focuses not on balance sheets but, wisely, on money’s power over emotions.

Jackie presents How I Nearly Threw Away $10,000 in Free Money posted at MoneyCrush. Here’s the best kind of money lesson… the one with a happy ending!

Crystal presents Would You Like to Buy a $75,000 Ford Expedition? posted at Budgeting In the Fun Stuff. “Here is how you make a cruddy car deal”, she says, adding that she “nearly gagged” when she realised just how much someone was paying…

Thanks to all of this week’s participants and especially our great host! Next week’s edition will be held at Sweating the Big Stuff. Make sure you head over to the submissions page to learn how to get your post in!