Blog Carnivals Four, For, and Fore!

Can I Get Rich On A Salary participated in four personal-finance blog carnivals this past week.

[Editor’s Note: In case you are not familiar with blog carnivals, a blog carnival is a multi-blog event in which a number of bloggers aggregate their articles within a certain theme or subject area into one post. The “host” of the carnival writes up the post on his or her blog and includes links to the various articles. Hopefully, this helps readers as they get a “one stop shop” of articles. I post a weekly recap of the blog carnivals in which I have participated—and try also to cull out a few articles that I’d like to share with you here.]

Carnival of Personal Finance:

Consumerism Commentary hosted Carnival of Personal Finance #157: Third Anniversary Edition, blowing out the birthday candles on June 16. Here are some posts from the Carnival I wanted to mention:

Moolanomy has the Financial IQ Test

Kimberly from Alpha Consumer presents How to Teach Your Kids About Money

One Caveman’s Financial Journey presents Enjoy a Romantic Summer Getaway For Less

Stephanie from Poorer Than You presents Graduating? Make a Budget Without Hurting Yourself

Silicon Valley Blogger from The Digerati Life presents Our Financial Progress Over The Last 10 Years

The Dividend Guy from The Dividend Guy presents Where to Find Dividend Growth Rates

Visit the Carnival to wish it a happy birthday! My post, Einstein’s Theory of Frugality in Shopping, was also included.

Carnival of Money Stories:

Money Ning hosted Carnival of Money Stories #64 - Time to Listen to Others Edition, perking up ears on June 17. Here’s a sampling of the posts:

Heather Allen presents Sucking Lemons. Opportunities are everywhere, even in bad times!...

RC presents My Personal Finance Tipping Point or When I Decided to Change My Financial Future.

Shana presents The Value of Being Friendly and Chatty! Even works with the dentist!...

SingleGuyMoney presents Sign of the Financial Times. A story that what not to do!...

Check out the rest of the Carnival! My post, Looking Back — 10 Years And More Than $1,000,000 Ago, was also included.

Money Hacker’s Carnival:

Ms. Nespy’s Frugal World hosted Money Hacks Carnival #17 - Music of the '80s, starting up the tunes on June 18. Some of the notable money hacks included:

FMF presents The Ins and Outs of Reward Credit Cards posted at Free Money Finance

Erica Douglass presents When Should You Buy Real Estate — And When Is It Better to Rent? posted at erica.biz - Erica Douglass challenges you to change your life!...

Broke Grad Student presents 6 Ways A Boyfriend/Girlfriend Saves You Money posted at Broke Grad Student

But you’ll have to go to the rest of the Carnival to see the rest! My post, Success Stories: From Newly Divorced With A Negative Net Worth to $150,000 — In Two Years, was also included.

The Carnival of 20-Something Finances:

Poorer Than You hosted The Carnival of Twenty Something Finances (June 16, 2008 edition). Some of the posts that caught my eye included:

Writer’s Coin presents Three Ways Falling in Love is Good For Your Budget posted at The Writer’s Coin

FIRE Finance presents Sneaky Credit Card Trick #1 - Over The Credit Limit Fees posted at FIRE Finance

Dorian Wales presents The Personal Financier: Actively Manage Your Career to Stay On Top of Your Game posted at The Personal Financier

Hank presents The Wife And I Are Bumping Up The 401k Contributions to 15% - How Much SHOULD You Be Putting In Your 401k? posted at My Investing Blog

Don’t miss the rest of the Carnival! My post, Early Savers: $69,000 Saved By Age 23, was included—and placed in the Winner’s Circle (an Editor’s Pick)! Thanks for the honor, Stephanie!

Other Noteworthy Personal-Finance Blog Posts

Outside of blog carnivals, over the past week, I found the following posts at personal-finance blogs interesting, educational, informative, entertaining, or some combination of those—consider checking them out!

Other Mentions

I thought I’d start listing out other mentions of Can I Get Rich On A Salary, outside of blog carnivals, from the immediately preceding week. But since this is the first time I’m doing it, I think I’ll go back two weeks (or thereabouts)!

Thanks to all of these great personal-finance blogs for noticing these Can I Get Rich On A Salary posts and bringing them to the attention of their readers. Please visit their blogs!


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