Fame is relative (but I’ll take what I can get!)

Easter may be over, but Carnivals are still in full swing. Here are a few of the folks kind enough to include my work:

The Festival of Frugality is hosted by Jen at Frugal Upstate

Bucksome Boomer (ya gotta love the name!) is hosting the Carnival of Money Stories

And Len Penzo’s mouthful, Best of the Best in Money and Personal Finance is up and running

Meanwhile, it’s been well over a week since I did any link round-ups. I’ve just been full of things to say, I guess. So here’s an extra-long list of cool posts that I found around the web. Go take a peek!

Revanche talks about the empowerment of thrift.

Frugal Zeitgeist talks about who you turn to if you don’t believe in God.

One Frugal Girl wonders about letting her parents pay for dinner.

Gather Little By Little wants to know what you’re most frugal with.

Rainy Day Saver wonders if extreme couponing means some of us go too far.

Converting a Spendthrift talks about cheap, practical gifts for graduates.

This Wasn’t In the Plan says, for her son, there will be no chore chart.

Beingfrugal.net wants to know what’s the hardest part of being frugal.


  1. cait says

    Here is your new best tool for finding out where to get the books / movies / cds you want:
    * do a title search for the item, select it in the results field and then type in your zip code to find out how far away from it you are / who has it most locally.
    I <3 libraries, and I work in one too :)

  2. says

    Hey thanks a million for the mention, I was unsure about posting that post but it got an extremely positive reaction from everyone.

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