Wha? Already? My Red Sox begin their title defense starting with Oakland, in Tokyo, Japan, on March 22-27. I thought we just finished this! Anyway…My Two Dollars took part in three money carnivals this past week:
Plonkee hosted the Carnival of Personal Finance.
DebtFREE Revolution hosted the Carnival of Debt Reduction #122.
Dawn at Frugal For Life hosted her 10th Festival of Frugality this week.
Also this week, Pinyo over at Moolanomy posted the “Personal Finance Blogosphere Best of 2007” and my post “Making The Financial Sacrifice To Get What You Want” was included. Thanks for that project Pinyo!
And from the M-Network:
Being Frugal gets a letter from her bank.
Cash Money Life has tips on Killer Credit Card Fees and How to Avoid Them.
Gather Little By Little says why you should keep your money in your 401k plan.
I’ve Paid Twice For This Already lets us in on her secret budgeting ways.
Moolanomy has 6 ideas to protect your greatest asset.
Plonkee Money asks if you are addicted to spending.
Single Guy Money cannot look at his investment portfolio anymore.
The Dough Roller overcomes his fear of investing on Prosper.com.
And from the rest of the PF Blog world:
No Credit Needed says to Stop Waiting For Tomorrow – And Get Informed, Honest, And Focused. Great post.
Money Ning asks Don’t You Wish You Have an Emergency Fund Right Now?
Silicon Valley Blogger buys new appliances watches their energy bill drop. How cool, and congrats!
Mrs. Micah uncovers new ads coming to the internet – audio ads that play automatically when you land on a site running the script. You will never find those on this site, how stupid.
Get Rich Slowly digs deeper into a letter he got about finding missing money.
Wise Bread says Why “PayDay” Loans from Uncle Sam Just Aren’t Worth It.
Clever Dude had to use his uninsured motorist coverage – hey, at least it wasn’t the Mini! 🙂