Blog Carnivals

Carnival Of Top Personal Finance Posts #11

by The Happy Rock on July 13, 2009

Another great week of personal finance posts have come and gone, now it is time to crown the best of the best. If you aren’t familiar with the Carnival of Top PF Posts, I think MLR @ My Life ROI covered it very succinctly: Well, the average carnival has 40+ submissions. Who has the time to read through all of them?! With the Carnival of Top PF Posts, I do all the leg work for you. I read through all of the submissions, choose the 6 that I think are the best, and then let you, the readers, vote on […]

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Carnival of Top PF Posts #1

by The Happy Rock on May 4, 2009

Presenting the Carnival of Top Personal Finance Posts #1 complete with a brand new voting widget. Please consider sharing the poll with your readers. The more people that vote the more likely the best content will be chosen the winner. Use the following code to place the current Top PF Blog Posts Carnival in a post of your own : TopBlogPosts.net is a unique spin on the blog carnival that is designed to: Be a reader controlled filtering service for the fire-hose that can be a normal blog carnival. Instead of great links being lost within the hundreds of posts, […]

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Carnival Of Top Personal Finance Posts Test Run #2

by The Happy Rock on April 27, 2009

After last week’s poor performance of the voting widget, TopBlogPosts.net is running a second test carnival before Beta release begins. Bible Money Matters was the unofficial winner of the first test carnival with the post: Days Like This Make You Realize What Is Important: It Isn’t Your Possessions For those that didn’t catch the TopBlogPosts.net is a unique spin on the blog carnival that is designed to: Be a reader controlled filtering service for the fire-hose that can be a normal blog carnival. Instead of great links being lost within the hundreds of posts, only the best are highlighted. Make […]

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160th Carnival Of Debt Reduction – Bailout Edition

by The Happy Rock on October 6, 2008

Welcome to the 160th Carnival of Debt Reduction. This particular collection of posts related to debt reduction is dedicated to $700 billion bailout plan passed by the US government.  The dedication isn’t because the bill is a great piece of government action, because in reality it is an example of bill bloat, earmarks, and the government’s willingness to go into debt for us while taking more power away from us.  I say to heck with the bailout, let’s focus on being responsible for ourselves and use these posts to help bail ourselves out. In these rocky financial times it is […]

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If this is your first time visiting, feel free to look around. You can join the others by subscribing to my RSS feed or you can receive updates via email so that you don’t miss The Happy Rock’s articles! Welcome to the 149th edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance! Below are 86 personal finance articles from the last week or so. In the articles you will find awesome information, but the real question is…”why do we care”? What motivates us to spend less and save more? Without being lead by our dreams and desires our enthusiasm and motivation can […]

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Hosting The 149th Carnival Personal Finance On Monday

by The Happy Rock on April 19, 2008

Just a reminder that The Happy Rock is hosting the 149th Carnival of Personal Finance. Come back on Monday to view a collection of 100 or so of the best personal finance articles from the last week. The guidelines for submission can be found here. Use this form to submit your articles. I also have a special request to help support the theme of the upcoming article. If you could post a short comment on what your reasons are for trying to get on top of your finances? What dreams are you chasing? I appreciate the help.

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The 104th Carnival of Debt Reduction – Digging Out Edition

by The Happy Rock on September 10, 2007

The 104th Carnival of Debt Reduction – Digging Out Edition Getting out of debt requires intense personal action on our part. Sometimes we like to try and dig our way out of debt by using a small shovel, but the best results will come when we make drastic life changing actions. Instead of a shovel, use a back hoe or a bulldozer! Be willing to make major changes, and bury that debt. My editor’s pick is an example of a bulldozer decision, freezing your credit cards! My Credit Cards are Frozen! by Lynnae @ Being Frugal Here are the rest […]

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Hosting the 104th Carnival of Debt Reduction on Monday

by The Happy Rock on September 8, 2007

A blog carnival is a periodic round up of blogger’s recent best posts related to a specific topic. The 104th Carnival of Debt Reduction(CoDR) will be hosted here on Monday. The carnival will be an excellent source of information on getting out of debt. Submissions are due by Sunday at 5pm eastern time and should be relevant to the topic of debt reduction. Off topic posts will not be accepted. Please submit your articles using the CoDR submission link. Here is the link to the 104th Carnival of Debt Reduction.

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