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Frugal Friday: Posts That Ruled This Week, the BCS Edition #3

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It’s hard to believe that another week is in the books. I am actually writing this on Wednesday evening as we have family coming to town for the weekend to celebrate our son’s birthday. (By the way, for those keeping track with his potty training progress, he had another finger painting incident this week.) Lesson to be learned when potty training…be very leery of leaving your child in their own room for longer than five minutes or you just may come back to a surprise, especially if it’s a boy! As my family will be in town, I may not be as active in the blogosphere or sharing, but please know that I’ve not gone missing. While I do love my family, families can be a handful at times which can make for interesting interaction.

There were a lot of great blog posts again this week and it’s always difficult to narrow it down to just 10. If you can, I do recommend you take the time to read some of the following blog posts:

Boys Becoming Men: It Doesn’t Happen on Accident on Work Save Live

Moving From Employed to Self Employed, What am I Forgetting on Eyes on the Dollar

How We Survived on $14 an Hour on I Heart Budgets

Rejected for Being Debt Free, Really? on Pelican on Money

The Never Say “Like” Challenge on Blue Collar Workman

Being Poor in North America on The Outlier Model

Getting Your Credit Card Debt Under Control on One Smart Dollar

One Suitcase For One Year of Travel, What to Pack on

Reach Financial Independence

Three Things I Wish My Parents Had Taught Me About Money on The Frugal Path

What Products to Stockpile For Maternity Leave on Canadian Budget Binder

 

Carnivals and Mentions

It was another great week for Frugal Rules in the blogosphere. I am always humbled to compile this list and see all the mentions I’ve received. Thanks to everyone who shared or mentioned my blog posts this week. If I missed you, please shoot me a message and I’ll take care of it next week.

Festival of Frugality #359: 60 Days Left Edition on Reach Financial Independence

The Wealth Builder Carnival #97 on My Wealth Builder

Tax Carnival Ecstasy – October 23, 2012 on 2008 Taxes

Stock Carnival Ecstasy – October 23, 2012 on Fast Swings

Carnival of Wealth, Arstatine Edition on Control Your Cash

Money Pros Carnival – Quotes and Cheesecake Edition on Thirty Six Months

Finance Carnival for Young Adults – 35th Edition on 20’s Finances

Carnival of Investing #8 on Investeem

Yakezie Carnival on Portfolio Princess

Choosing Contractors: Cheapest Doesn’t Always Mean Savings on The Frugal Path

Weekly Wrap-Up, Mentions and Good Reads #19 on I Heart Budgets

Blue Collar Round Up – Artsy Fartsy Fall Photos Edition on Blue Collar Workman

Personal Finance Week in Review for October 21 on One Smart Dollar

Can’t Take My Eyes Off of These Blogs #10 Ed McCaffery Edition on

Eyes on the Dollar

October 20, 2012 Favorite Blog Posts on Modest Money

Mr. CBB’s Weekly Blog Post Picks October 19,2012 on Canadian Budget Binder

Carnivals, Mentions and Weekend Reading #34 on Work Save Live

Weekly Reads 10-19-12 on Plunged in Debt

Friday Recap, Multitasking and a Fairy Blogmother on Reach Financial Independence

How Often Should You Rebalance Your IRA and What Funds Do You Choose on

Eyes on the Dollar

LinkLuv Friday Kindle Edition on Pelican on Money

Personal Finance Links – Bye Week Edition on Tight Fisted Miser

 

Photo courtesy of: Nicole Schmoll

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