This week I’m honored to host the Best of Money Carnival.
What is the Best of Money Carnival? Bloggers from around the web submit their favorite post of the week and I get to (Ok, it’s hard work, so I HAD to) choose my 10 favorite posts. I suspect the top ten list is probably significantly impacted by the mood and perspective of the blogger who puts together the list each week. So this week I get to be the biased judge .
Thanks to everyone who submitted an article.
Best of Money Articles Starting at Number 10
If you need some extra help prioritizing your money then Matt’s got some helpful tips.
It’s always nice when someone takes news items and helps us understand how they impact our daily living. Thanks, Dr. Dean!
This post highlights how we all have our financial hobby horses. We can’t understand why people do certain things, and they can’t understand why we do certain things. I guess we’re all unique, eh?
#7 Kelsey presents Summer Boredom Setting In? 8 Cheap Activities for Your Family to Try posted at Money Mum.
Hey, what I can I say? Our family is living in a hotel for four weeks. Of course, I’m looking for some good cheap activities for family fun.
This post made me snicker. If you can think of it, then someone probably has insurance for it.
I’ve had gift cards expire. You? A helpful post for anyone with a wallet full of gift cards.
Since I like to buy stuff used, I was drawn to this post. A solid list of items to avoid second hand.
Paula helps us recognize that sometimes the key to healthy finances is finding good habits.
When you get married, figuring out the money is a HUGE issue. If you’re in that position then this post can help.
I thought that this post was by far the most helpful and practical post of the week. If you’re thinking about starting a small business online and need a little help, read this post so you can get a lot of help.