Welcome to the 17th edition of the Totally Money Carnival. I’m proud to have been selected as this week’s host. I’ve been submitting to this relatively new carnival since it was started a few months ago, and I can tell that it’s really grown in popularity.
This week, take a look outside. If it’s spring and everything is turning green, smile. Spring is a great time that celebrates re-birth and happy things. What’s not to love about that? And if you’ve been managing your money (aka your ‘green’) well, then smile about that, too. If you have improvements to make, there’s no better time then this no season.
With that, onto the carnival.
Melissa presents My Experiment: Is It Worth the Gas to Shop Multiple Grocery Stores? posted at Mom’s Plans. I think this was a great analysis that many people should consider when deciding how many stores to shop at for groceries.
Kathryn @ Financial Highway presents 30 Most Common Interview Questions and How to Answer Them posted at Financial Highway.
Dana presents 7 Tricks to Increase Your Savings Without Decreasing Your Lifestyle posted at Not Made Of Money.
Glen presents American Express® Premier Rewards Gold Card – Review posted at Free From Broke.
Crystal presents How Much Are You Really Paying For That New Car? | Budgeting In the Fun Stuff posted at Budgeting In the Fun Stuff.
Suba presents How to watch TV for free posted at Wealth Informatics.
FruGal presents Would you buy a second hand wedding dress? – FruGal posted at TotallyMoney.
JT McGee presents Screw the Emergency Fund, Buy a Home posted at MoneyMamba.
FMF presents Income Statement Affluent Versus Balance Sheet Affluent posted at Free Money Finance.
The Amateur Financier presents PlayStation Network Hacked! How to Protect Your Identity posted at The Amateur Financier.
Tom Drake presents The new breed of financial bloggers: Young, frugal and vocal posted at Canadian Finance Blog.
TheCollegeHelper presents Your Parent’s Boss Might Pay for College | TheCollegeHelper.com posted at TheCollegeHelper.com.
Jacob @ My Personal Finance Journey presents Financial Goals April 2011 Update – Short Term, Mid-Term, and Long Term posted at My Personal Finance Journey – Personal Finance, Intelligent Investing, And Frugal Living Tips.
That’s all for the carnival this week. If you’re a blogger that would like to contribute to this awesome carnival, use this handy submission form for your entry. Next week’s edition will be hosted by Prarie Eco-Thrifter.
Now, go out and enjoy some green!