Yes, I am aware that today is May fifth. It is Cinco de Mayo, why wouldn’t I know the date? It would be like not knowing the date of the Fourth of July. Of course, my Spanish is a bit rusty, so anything is possible . . . That said, due a number of factors, Gather Little by Little is hosting the April twenty-fifth edition of the Clariity Family Finance Carnival on May fifth. Go figure . . . and while you are figuring, please check out some of the top personal finance articles from the last week:
Here are some from the Christian Finance Blog Carnival that is organized by Money Help for Christians. Perhaps a few articles will be of interest to you:
Craig Ford presents Student Loan Debt Forgiveness | For Ministers & Non-Profit Workers posted at Money Help For Christians, saying, “How ministers can have their student loan debt forgiven.”
DebtManagement presents New FTC Regulations Seek to Rein in Unethical Debt Settlement Firms posted at Debt Management.
Welcome to the last edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance for 2009! In today’s edition, I will share what I have enjoyed the most during the last 2 weeks of the year.
#1 Editor’s Pick: This is my Favorite Holiday!
I actually love Christmas time (who doesn’t?). This is the special period of the year where everything is touched by magic. We spend time with our families, we play with the kids outside and we are able to watch the world through the eyes of a child especially to see the amazed look on their faces when they unwrap their gifts. Definitely, this is my favourite time of the year. So here are my favourite articles for this Carnival:
Hey! Another Carnival at GLBL! Don’t worry; this is the last one until the Carnival of Personal Finance at the end of the year ;-)
Along with the Carnival, I’ve decided to share a few of my money successes. After sharing my money flaws last week, I also wanted to share some financial achievements from the past year. Handling personal finance is not always easy and it is important to acknowledge our failures yet it is even more important to acknowledge success!
But before we start, here are a few good readings from GLBL:
Welcome to this edition of the Carnival of Money Stories! Since all featured posts reflect a money story, I decided to share my money flaws along with the articles.
If you are new to Gather Little by Little, you should read the following articles:
Money Flaw #1: Having Spendthrift Moments
Festival of Frugality – Life Stages & Home Ownership Lesson Edition
Welcome to the #201 Festival of Frugality!
If you are new to Gather Little By Little, I can suggest a few of our great posts:
This edition is about life stages and home ownership. When we are young, most dream of owning our first home. It may be small, it may be old, but once it is ours, it’s the most beautiful place on earth to live!
Hi there and welcome to the Best of Money Carnival #5! What? You’ve never heard of the Best of Money Carnival? Well, I’m sure you’re not the only one. The Best of Money Carnival is a fairly new blog carnival that features the top 10 articles submitted each week. Not only does it make for a shorter carnival, but it also gives you the very best of the best out of all the articles submitted that week. Now of course the downside is on host (that’s me), as picking out the top 10 is tough!
My fellow blogging and non-blogging citizens: I write here today, grateful for the trust bestowed up on me to host this 1st edition of the revived Carnival of Money Stories. First and foremost, I welcome you to the carnival and also to Gather Little by Little. Similar words of welcome have been spoken throughout blogging history: during rising tides of prosperity and still waters of peace…
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.
Welcome to the 162nd Edition of the Festival of Frugality. For those of you who may not be familiar with the Festival of Frugality, it’s a blog carnival that spotlights all of the excellent ideas floating around the blogosphere that help squeeze a few extra pennies, nickels, dimes, or quarters out of every dollar.
I’m your host Glblguy (also called Gibble) and I’m the founder of Gather Little by Little. If you’re new here, thanks for visiting and I’m really glad to have you. If you’ve been here before, welcome back!