Carnival of Financial Independence #41

Welcome to the March 21, 2012 edition of road to financial independence.

Reducing Expenses

DavidQ presents Relocating? Here’s How To Reduce Moving Costs posted at Start Talking Cents, saying, "I move quite often, be it for a job or just a change of scenery, so it’s important to me to able to reduce moving costs whenever possible. While I have used everything from U-Haul for do it yourself moves all the way up to full-service movers like Allied or Mayflower, but recently I have discovered the absolute best way to move – which happens to also be the cheapest."

All Others

Dr. Dean presents Giving Credit Card Info To Social Media? Come on! posted at Dr. Dean's Blog, saying, "Around the corner is a marketing explosion that will allow us to shop while visiting our favorite social media site. It’s going to happen. Is it a good idea?"

Theresa Torres presents Is it Time to Downsize Your Family Home? posted at Mainstream Mom, saying, "In today's economy, simplifying your life may involve downsizing your home. Here are some situations where it makes sense to do just that."

Jason Lovett presents Jason's Notebook: How to live a life of true passion posted at Jason's Notebook.

Charles Chua C K presents 10 Wise Quotes About Money posted at All About Living with Life.

Leah Carey presents Destroying the rich bitch | The Miracle Journal posted at The Miracle Journal, saying, "A startling moment when I realized that if the ideal client I've created in my head actually showed up, I wouldn't want to work with her."

Neal Frankle presents Is Greed Good? posted at Wealth Pilgrim: Money Management Advice, Financial Stess Management, Addiction Recovery Plan & Resources, saying, "The Occupy Wall Street people have done us all a great service by forcing us to re-examine our relationship with money and ask the question, “Is greed good?” They are sure that the greedy pursuit of wealth is the root of all evil. While in reality, just the opposite is true, we can only understand that truth if we ask if greed is good or bad. Thanks 99%’rs."

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of road to financial independence using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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Anonymous said...

You provided a good list of articles. I will go over them this weekend. Thanks for sharing!

Cherleen @ yesiamcheap said...

It looks like a good list. I will try to check each one on Sunday. Thank you for sharing!

Dr Dean said...

Great to see Blog Carnival back up. Thanks for including my post.

Anonymous said...

It's good to see the carnival posted, but the submission page (link in the above carnival) no longer works. Are you continuing the carnival? I certainly hope so!

ks said...

Sorry about that - looks like the site "lost" our carnival. We have added a new carnival with the same title and you can submit articles using the following link -



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