Weekend Roundup-Dad’s Day Edition

by RC on June 15, 2008

Happy Father’s Day to all of the fathers out there. If you are lucky enough to still have your father in your life, make sure to tell him how much you appreciate him today. I am fortunate enough to still be able to spend time with my dad, as well as one of my grandfathers, so we will spending the day with family.

I participated in 4 carnivals/festivals over the last week:

PT at Prime Time Money hosted the 156th Carnival of Personal Finance-Songs of Summer Edition and included my post “15 Ways for Teens to make Money this Summer”

My favorite articles from the Carnival were:

13 Free or Cheap Ways To Keep Your Home Cool This Summer at One Caveman’s Journey

Saying No to Your Kids at Wide Open Wallet

David at Moneyning hosted the Festival of Frugality # 129-Try A Little Harder Edition and included my post “Is it Cool to be Frugal? 10 Frugal Practices You’ve Always Done That Are Now “In” Again!”

My favorite articles from the Festival were:

Coupons Are Not Just for junk food at Blogsmonroe

Keeping Up With the Joneses Redux-Real or Imagined? at Can I Get Rich On A Salary

Pinyo at Moolanomy hosted the Carnival of Debt Reduction #143-The History of Debt, and included my post “Tweaking the Debt Snowball to Fit Your Life”.

My favorite articles from the Carnival were:

Simple Solutions to Staying Out of Debt by Our Fourpence Worth

Bring Your Lunch to Work Day by David Makes Cents

Pete from Bible Money Matters hosted the Carnival of Money Stories # 63-Gather Round the Camp Fire and included my article “What a 2-year old, a 4 year old, and a Piggy Bank have Taught me About Money”

My favorite articles from the Carnival were:

Build A Business Before You Go Solo from The Digerati Life

Should we become survivalists to prepare for an upcoming energy crisis? by Close Encounters of the Cheap Kind.

Steve at Brip Blap hosted the Carnival of Careers # 2, and included my post “10 Great Ways For College Graduates to Start Off on the Right Track with Their Finances”.

My favorite articles from the Carnival were:

How to Resign Gracefully by Cash Money Life, and

By What Cover Is Your Book Judged? by Free From Broke

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Patrick June 15, 2008 at 9:14 am

My Dad lives several states away now, but I was just visiting with him last week, which was nice. I’ll give him a call later today. :)

Thanks for the mention.

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Ashley @ Wide Open Wallet June 15, 2008 at 9:19 am

Thanks for the mention!

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Monroe on a budget June 15, 2008 at 10:16 am

Thanks for the link on my coupon post!

Four carnivals in one week? That’s a pretty good number. The most I’ve hit in one week is three.

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That One Caveman June 15, 2008 at 2:34 pm

Thanks for the mention.

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David Carter June 15, 2008 at 9:35 pm

thx for the link, lol u got the same theme as me, cept I changed mine to green instead of the red. I like your site though.

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FFB June 16, 2008 at 10:33 am

Thanks for the link as well as the Dad’s day wishes!

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RC June 16, 2008 at 8:49 pm

@Patrick- I feel lucky to have my parents living close- its good you got to visit your Dad recently.

@Monroe- Thanks, I think 4 is about the max. I have hit.

@David- The green looks good, great site- I have thought of changing my color to a dark green or blue, but i know nothing about CSS so it will probably be red for a while!

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