The Carnival of Money Stories is back!

By glblguy


My favorite blog carnival, The Carnival of Money Stories,  dropped off the face of the earth a few months back. I loved this carnival because it shared posts that involved personal stories about people and money. I love factual and helpful articles, but the articles that really motivate and inspire are the personal stories shared by others. The Carnival of Money Stories focused on the Personal aspect of Personal finance.

I am happy to announce that thanks to Adam from Your Money Relationship the Carnival of Money Stories is back!. Adam contacted me and I have the honor of hosting the inaugural edition of the Carnival of Money Stories 2.0 on Monday May 11th! If you’re curious about the types of articles included, take a look at the articles I hosted as part of the 92nd edition.

Adam is looking for hosts, so if you’re interested let him know.  If you have a money story you would like to share in the carnival, head over to the new carnival website and submit your money story. The deadline for submissions is 5pm on Sunday May 10th.

Thanks Adam for giving me the the opportunity to host edition #1 and for restarting the carnival. Many of us missed it.

Photo by: daz smith

5 Responses (including trackbacks) to “The Carnival of Money Stories is back!”

  1. Adam Says:

    Thanks for the great post promoting the carnival! I too missed it a lot. So I figured, why not start it again? The response so far has been overwhelmingly positive. This seems to be everyones favorite blog carnival for the same reasons that you listed. I’m excited to get things kicked off and cannot think of anyone better to do it than you! Thanks!

  2. PT Money Says:

    Looking forward to seeing your edition and hosting it myself the week after. Who doesnt love a good money story?

  3. MoneyEnergy Says:

    Looks good. I’ll be hosting the edition for June 8th. I love money stories!!

  4. Funny about Money Says:

    Hooray! Thanks for doing this…I had the same thought but didn’t know exactly how one goes about operating a carnival. I’ve always loved the money stories carnival, and definitely will volunteer to host.