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Welcome to the March 1, 2013 edition of Aspiring Blogger – Personal Finance Carnival – which is the FIRST EDITION!!!! When I wrote about setting up this blog carnival I had no idea that just a couple of weeks later I would have 11 articles to share with you! I haven’t decided when the next carnival will be, but I already have a couple of submissions (I actually received a new one while editing this post) – which is very exciting. Please take a few minutes and click through to read each of these articles. And 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!
Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights: Helping Students Strategize for College with Career Coach Crystal Kadakia posted at eNannySource, saying, “With the cost of college rising, parents and students can no longer afford to wait until college starts to determine what career path to take.”
John Schmoll presents Taking the Plunge: Why I Love Being Self-Employed posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “Running your own business has its shares of pros and cons and is not for the faint of heart. I love being self-employed because of the freedom it brings as well as being able to see direct results from my hard work.”
Jana presents Finding Peace In Our Day-To-Day Lives posted at Wisdom Ink, saying, “Finding peace in our day-to-day lives is easier than we think. While we may convince ourselves that we need a vacation, a vacation is always available in the here and now.”
Benjamin James presents Why I Don’t Enjoy My Money Just Because I Work Hard for It posted at The Financial Reader, saying, “Financial freedom starts with changing our relationship with money. People in poor financial situations are often in that place because they have a passive relationship with their money, in which case their decisions end up being made for them when “the well runs dry.” This article speaks to inspire a paradigm shift as it relates to money, choices, and satisfaction.”
Shaun Rosenberg presents 10 Reasons To Give Minimalist Living A Try posted at Shaun Rosenberg, saying, “One thing that will help you on your quest to become financially independent is to cut down on your spending. The less you are affected by your material wants the less you will have to earn from other income sources to be able to say goodbye to your job”
Jeff Moore presents 30 Blogs to Help You Go to Prom on a Budget posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, “When you begin planning for the big night, it’s a good idea to sit down with your daughter and discuss her expectations for the event and set a budget that the two of you can afford.”
Jacques Bouchard presents Three Easy Recipes For A Limited Kitchen posted at Onward Healthcare Blog, saying, “If your kitchen is somewhat “minimalist”, this is for you. Easy to make, and delicious, these three family recipes can be made without all the gadgets and appliances that travelers tend to leave at home.”
Making Money Online
David Leonhardt presents Before you sign a Ghostwriter contract posted at A Ghost Writers Blog, saying, “You have found a ghostwriter that you want to work with. You are ready to sign a contract. But does the contract cover everything? Here is a quick guide to what you need to know…”
Isabella Harriss presents 14 Reliable Ways to Make Money from Home posted at Nanny News Network, saying, “More and more people are looking for ways to work from home to avoid commuting to an office, having to pay for daycare or having to relocate to find a better employment climate.”
Yocheved Bat-Imedt presents Vegan Vegetarian Recipes Can Earn You Money! posted at WomenOver50Wellness, saying, “While Earning Money Online…Your Vegan Vegetarian Lifestyle Can Help Other People Become Healthier! I know that many of you already know that a vegan vegetarian diet is healthy for you, but did you know that you could also earn money online because of your healthy lifestyle, and help other people become healthier at the same time? Let’s talk about one of the ways you can do this.”
William presents Why pay an annual credit card fee? posted at Card Guys Blog, saying, ““Why should I pay an annual fee for my credit card, when so many credit cards come with no fee?” That is a good question, and believe it or not there is a good answer.”
That concludes this edition. I want to thank everyone who submitted a post for this edition. Please take time to click through and read their posts…PLEASE!!!
Submit your blog article to the next edition of Aspiring Blogger – Personal Finance Carnival using the carnival submission form. Past posts and future edition information can be found on my blog carnival index page.