Welcome to the April 12, 2013 edition of Aspiring Blogger – Personal Finance Carnival! We definitely have an eclectic mix of articles today. I hadn’t really thought about strawberries and frugality in the same sentence before – but read the article below and you could be surprised! The authors have put a lot of effort into writing their articles, so please take a few minutes and click through to read each one that interests you. If you’re interested in participating in the next blog carnival, you can find out details here or submit your post here! Thanks for stopping by!
Mr. Strawberry presents How to Grow Strawberries in 10 Easy Steps posted at Strawberry Plants .org, saying, “For those who enjoy eating strawberries, the most frugal way to have as many as you want is to grow them yourself. Strawberries are perennial and multiply rapidly. Harnessing the natural vigor of strawberry plants can be done easily. Just follow these tips and you will learn how to grow strawberries in 10 easy steps!”
Jason Hull presents If You’re a TwentySomething Who Wants to Travel, What Should You Do? posted at Hull Financial Planning, saying, “What if you’re in your 20s and struck by wanderlust? How can you scratch the itch without going bankrupt or being stranded in some remote town in Uzbekistan?”
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Hanno presents Overview of Product Review WordPress Theme – Smart and Practical Theme for Product Reviews posted at Hanno`s reviews, saying, “My article is about a product called Product Review WordPress Theme. It’s for creating the best review sites in order to earn money online.”
Susan Wowe presents Make Money Online with HubPages | Make Money Online posted at Online Business – Make Money Online, saying, “Anyone with great writing skills can make money online with hubpages, this article teach you how to successfully using hubpages to bring in extra cash.”
John Schmoll presents Online Brokerages I Use: Scottrade Review posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “There are many outlets for your choosing if you want to invest in the stock market. They all have their features that set them apart. Find the one that fits your needs for overall investing as well as investing for your retirement needs.”
Mr.CBB presents There And Back Again: A Spenders Financial Journey posted at Canadian Budget Binder, saying, “Find out about how one woman went from a spending spree in College to working towards paying down debt. Money just clicks one day and she realizes she has to make changes. Still financially vulnerable her story does not end with her being rich and living in a mansion. She definitely shares her wisdom that she learned along the way to where she is today.”
William presents Which are the best credit card offers for YOUR profile? posted at Card Guys Blog, saying, “It seems like every personal finance blog has at least one “best credit cards” post. And some have several. But one size doesn’t fit all. The real question is what credit card is best for different types of spenders?”
Jennifer Saksa presents New Free Personal Finance Software posted at NCH Software Blog, saying, “Meet the new personal finance application, MoneyLine. For free and easy tracking of all your bank accounts, income and spending.”
John presents Do Women Pay More When Using Credit Cards? [Infographic] posted at All Things Finance.
Jason Hull presents Your Business is Always for Sale posted at Hull Financial Planning, saying, “From the moment you’re open for business, it’s for sale. People say they’d never sell their businesses. They’re wrong. Everybody has a price. Here’s how to prepare for selling your business from day one.”
That concludes this edition. I want to thank everyone who submitted a post . Please take time to click through and read (at least a few) posts…PLEASE!!!
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