Carnival of Personal Finance – 90th Edition

This week my post discussing Financial Accountability has been included in the Carnival of Personal Finance being hosted at Mapgirl’s Fiscal Challenge.

My Favorites.
Wow, there are so many quality posts in this carnival that I had a hard time pulling out a few of my favorites. It looks like Mapgirl had a fair amount of work to do this week and did an outstanding job of categorizing the posts.

Since there are so many great posts, I encourage you to browse through the entire carnival but here are a few of my personal favorites:

Frugal Lunch.
While I am sure most of us have come across the Frugal Lunch post over at Clever Dude, I had to call this out again because I think this is a fantastic post. Personally, I can eat the same thing every day and am thinking about giving this a try.

Day to Day Numbers.
Debt Be Gone shares a nice look at the day to day numbers on how they manage their finances. It is always nice to see how other people approach their spending as that provides ideas on how to refine your own plan.

Buying a Condo.
Why I bought a condo at 21 is a post over at Blunt Money about the opportunity to save money by buying rather than renting. The buying vs. renting decision is often discussed and here the timing was right to take advantage of a buying opportunity.

Eating in Orlando.
At It’s Just Money, you’ll find a nice post about eating in Orlando for $50 a day. Since I will be traveling to Orlando in May for business and likely returning later in the year for personal travel, this post had some great money saving tips that I will be sure to utilize.

Be sure to visit the carnival to enjoy the wealth of outstanding posts this week!

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2 Responses

  1. Debt Be Gone says:

    Hi there! I’m glad you liked my post. And thank you for the link, because it means I’ve now found another great pfblog to read! I’ll be back!

    • mnc says:

      Thanks for stopping by and for the nice comment! Looking forward to reading more great posts from you and seeing you around here as well.

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