This has been an exceptionally busy week. I know I never have a not busy week, but somehow being gone for Thanksgiving just put me behind. My Twitter account was also hacked, so I’m very sorry that all my contacts got a spammy message that someone was spreading nasty things about them. How embarrasing to see my smiling face right beside the stupidest message. Why that is fun for someone, I have no idea. Get a life. On a more positive note, my husband celebrated a birthday this week, and we are going to the Christmas parade tonight and out to dinner to celebrate. Local parades are always a good time, but I’ve always wondered what happens if there is an emergency as all the police cars, ambulances, and fire trucks are usually in the parade.
On Monday, I will be co-hosting a giveaway, and I will be participating with a bunch of female bloggers and Average Joe (he’s in touch with his feminine side) in posting our favorite Christmas Memories so come back for all kinds of goodness.
I actually was in two carnivals this week.
The Money Mail Carnival-Fourth Edition at The Money Mail
Carnival of Money Pros at Vanessa’s Money
These super generous bloggers were kind enought to mention me this week.
Friday Recap, a Panoramic View, and A Blogging Tip at Reach Finacial Independence
Great Reads of the Month at Frugal Habits
Weekly Wrap-Up, Mentions, and Good Reads #21 at I Heart Budgets
Fearless Men’s Weekly Roundup, November 29,2012 at Fearless Men
Weekly Personal Finance Blog Roundup, November 30,2012 at Debt Roundup
End of December 2012 Exclusive Cash Giveaway and Favorite Posts at Modest Money
Ghosts of Personal Finance Bloggers Past at My Money Design
Personal Finance Week in Review #40 at Work Save Live
Stress Can’t Stop Link Luv at Pelican on Money
A few search terms for you viewing pleasure:
after foreclosure a realtor came to my house-Man, they have no shame
baby ring slings-???
larry hagman avec des dollars-even the French are looking for JR
The only one I know is lovely Pauline from Reach Financial Independence. Pauline seems to be popular this week.
plugged in Pauline-Yes, I believe she is now
Pauline wants to sell stainless water bottles as a school fundraiser-That’s better than some of the fundraisers they’ve had this year!
And I just couldn’t take my eyes off these blog posts:
Spinach and Leek Pizza, Make your Kids and Man Eat Greens at Reach Financial Independence. Kid does well, man not so much.
Save Thousands of Dollars with the One Little Rule at Frugal Habits. Anything that can save thousands is worth checking out!
9 Reasons You’re Not Successful Like You Should be at Fearless Men. Have you ever wondered why you haven’t achieved your potential? Good reasons here, and they work for ladies as well.
How Do Credit Cards Make Money? I Found Out the Hard Way by Nicole, a.k.a Mrs. Frugal Rules. From poor dummies like I used to be.
Our First Budget Story at I Heart Budgets. If you can go from this to hearting budgets, that’s pretty amazing.
The Inevitable Hostess Bankruptcy and What We Can Learn From It at My Money Design. No more Zingers!
3 Online Shopping Tips to Get Better Deals at Debt Roundup. I’m done shopping, but I know some of you wait until the last minute.
Perk Street Financal Review: The Best Online Checking Account at Work Save Live. Reward debit cards are hard to find these days, but it looks like a good deal on this one.
Net Worth is Not Your Self Worth at Money Master Mom. We get so wrapped up in numbers that we forget this sometimes.
It’s Your Blogging Journey, You Make the Rules at Modest Money. Can I make a rule that all my posts will go viral and I’ll get 10,000 unique visitors a month?
Now Why the Hell are They Blinking? at Tackling Our Debt. Sicorra tells us how to beat holiday stress.
Dollar Store Home Pregnancy Tests: Do They Work? at Canadian Budget Binder. Mr CBB is all about providing the answers to his readers, even if he has to buy a pregnancy test. I hope he doesn’t want to see if Dollar Store tampons work.
10 Habits of Well Off People at Pelican on Money. We could learn a lot from Veronica’s friend
Can’t Save? Write it Out Bitches at Average Joe’s Money Blog. A. Joe certainly has a way to put it delicately.
Stockpile Smart: Hoarding Isn’t Saving at The Frugal Path. Having 50 cans of free cat food isn’t that grand if you don’ have a cat.
Buying the Land and Building a House-Part 4 at Monster Piggy Bank. If you ever considered building a house, you should read this series.
Medical Lemmings: Peer Pressure and Medical Spending at Planting Our Pennies. Please don’t ever be a medical lemming. Make choices that are right for you and don’t follow the crowd.