Whew!!!! It has truly been a whirlwind of a week.
On August 2nd, I moved out of my apartment in the Northeast, passed down through the Mason-Dixon line, and have settled in to my new condominium that I purchased in Virginia. It’s definitely good to be back!
This week has been quite hectic for creating posts myself, but it has been convenient because it shut me up long enough to publish some great guest posts! Take a look at them when you get a chance!
One that truly shocked me was the comparison that Jordan did about the cost of living in California. Apparently, a $100K salary in California only covers the bare essentials! Ridiculous!
We also had a lot of luck this week with getting our articles featured at different blog carnivals around the blogosphere.
Listed below are the various articles that got selected for the competitions.
- Does Being Green Make Economic Sense – Part 2 – Recycled Paper and Rechargeable Batteries was included in the Best of Money Carnival at Budgets are Sexy
- A Credit Card Debt Saga – And How I Survived was included in the Carnival of Personal Finance at UltimateMoneyBlog.
- The all-important My Personal Finance Journey Account Hierarchy was included in the Carnival of Financial Planning at The Financial Blogger.
- eBay vs. Amazon – Part 1 – Comparison of Selling was included in the Carnival of Financial Independence at Ditch The Boss
- What Would You Do If You Had Credit Card Debt? was included in the Carnival of Debt Reduction
- How I Saved Myself Money with Rental Cars (and You Can Too!) was included in the Carnival of Money Stories at MoneyBeagle.
- Tax Benefits of Home Ownership was included in the Carnival of Real Estate Investing at TheIncomeBlog.
- Aldi vs. Wal-Mart vs. All the Rest was included in the Festival of Frugality at Yes I’m Cheap
- Are IPO’s a Good Investment Option was included in the Stock Carnival Ecstasy at FastSwings.
How about you all? What was your favorite post on the blogosphere this week? Any good ones that you have ran across in blog carnivals?
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