23

Festival of Frugality Blog Carnival

Lots of great finance and frugal living articles below.

Do take a moment to visit whichever titles grab your attention the most.

And to those who participated and submitted their article – thanks.

Look below.

Festival of Frugality Blog Carnival – July 17th, 2012 Edition. Home link: http://www.festivaloffrugality.com

In no particular order, below are all the articles submitted.

Greg Field presents Debit Card Foreign Transaction Fees posted at NerdWallet.com

Teacher Man presents Dollar Cost Averaging Strategy posted at http://www.myuniversitymoney.com

Young presents Get Others to Pay Your Fees posted at Young And Thrifty

Little House presents Saving Money on Wedding Photography posted at Little House in the Valley

Lazy Man presents Why You Shouldn’t Trust the Better Business Bureau posted at Lazy Man and Money

Steve Zussino presents Where Should You Really Sell Your College Textbooks? posted at Canadian Personal Finance

Liana presents CFPB Reveals Credit Card Companies with Most Consumer Complaints posted at Card Hub

Paul Vachon presents Manage Personal Cash Flow as if You are a Business posted at The Frugal Toad

Carrie Smith presents 10 Strategies For Saving Money While Paying Your Bills posted at ReadyForZero Blog

Jeremy presents Thank You For Getting Speeding Tickets posted at Modest Money

Miss T. presents How to Save Money Visiting Yellowstone National Park posted at Prairie Eco Thrifter

Liza @ Financial Highway presents Grocery Shopping on a Budget posted at Financial Highway

Everything Finance presents Unemployed? Make Those Dollars Stretch for Miles posted at Everything Finance Blog

Adrienne presents Low Paying Part Time Jobs are Worth More Than You Think posted at My Dollar Plan

Donna Freedman presents 21 ways to rock a brown-bag lunch posted at Frugal Cool

Darwin presents Real Unemployment Rate Explained posted at Darwin’s Money

Dan presents Can Dividend Dogs Beat the Street? posted at ETFBase

John presents It’s Time to Bring Shadow Banking into the Light posted at Wallet Blog

Charles presents Leave Your Wallet At Home? PayPal Has A Digital Answer… posted at Wallet Hub

Jeff Rose presents Mortgaging the House, Not the Marriage posted at Good Financial Cents

Sicorra presents Make More Money, Get Out of Debt, and Live Your Life posted at Tackling Our Debt

FMF presents The 52 Best Money Saving Tips, Ideas #35 through #31 posted at Free Money Finance

Peter presents How to Create a DIY Green Screen Setup on the Cheap: Stands and Lighting Setup posted at Bible Money Matters

SB presents 25 DIY Car Repairs to Save Money posted at One Cent at a Time

Penny Thots presents Can a Family Survive on One Minimum Wage Income? posted at Penny Thots

Jefferson presents Have Something You Want to Buy? Attach a Goal to It! posted at See Debt Run

Karen Bryan presents 3% Cashback on Aqua Reward Credit Card posted at Help Me To Save

Philip presents Cheap Flights, Hotels, and Travel in Portland, Oregon posted at PT Money Personal Finance

Emily presents Super-Frugal Chicago Trip posted at Evolving Personal Finance

Melissa presents How to Watch Television for Free (or Nearly Free) posted at Bargaineering

Glen Craig presents How Much Is Your Total Compensation? posted at Free From Broke

CCS presents Avoid the Credit Card Minimum Payment Trap posted at Credit Card Smarts

Mike presents What if My Life Would be a Mini Retirement? posted at The Financial Blogger

Martin presents Why Selling Stuff is NOT Sleazy posted at Start Freelancing Now

Dividend Growth Investor presents How to generate income from your nest egg posted at Dividend Growth Investor

Ray presents Squirreling Gone Wild: The Frugal Olympics posted at Squirrelers

Lance presents Credit Card Sign Up Bonuses: How I Made $443 in 5 Minutes posted at Money Life & More

Squeezer presents Could your family survive with only one vehicle? posted at Personal Finance Success

Super Saver presents Cooking Outside posted at My Wealth Builder

Julie presents Fireplace Facelift posted at Freedom 48

Miss Thrifty presents How to find bargains in charity shops posted at Miss Thrifty

Lots of great articles this time on the Festival of Frugality blog carnival. Hope you enjoyed this edition, and don’t forget to please TWEET, FACEBOOK, GOOGLE PLUS and PINTEREST this edition. The latest edition of the blog carnival.

Which article titles stood out the most to you? Please share below.


Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links at coupon sites that help support FrugalQuack.com. Thanks for using them!

Want to receive our blog posts via email? Sign up below.
Email:
Filed in: Frugal Living Tags: ,

Get Updates

Share This Post

Related Posts

23 Responses to "Festival of Frugality Blog Carnival"

  1. Modest Money says:

    Thank you for the mention Danny. I haven’t heard from you in a while. I hope you’re doing well.
    Modest Money recently posted..Top 5 Tips for Getting the Best Car Financing RatesMy Profile

  2. Thanks for hosting and including me!
    Squeezer @Personal Finance Success recently posted..Can you guess what America’s largest start-up is?My Profile

  3. Thanks for hosting and including me. I wish I had a box of coins that big! I’d prefer them to be quarters though :)
    Lance @ Money Life and More recently posted..Guest Post at Budgets Are SexyMy Profile

  4. Thanks for hosting and including us!
    Paul @ The Frugal Toad recently posted..How to Travel Cheap at the 2012 London OlympicsMy Profile

  5. Thanks for the include!

    I have tweeted and shared the link.
    Steve @ Grocery Alerts recently posted..Save Up To $10.50 On Pampers Products – Hidden P&G Coupon PortalMy Profile

  6. Danny says:

    We are planning a new Blog Carnival soon, so be sure to follow our blog to get notice and join in on the next one.

    Cheers!
    Danny recently posted..One Direction Singing Dolls As Seen on EllenMy Profile

Leave a Reply

Submit Comment

CommentLuv badge

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links at coupon sites that help support FrugalQuack.com. Thanks for using them!
© 2014 Frugal Quack. All rights reserved.