Broke-A** Student (censored) hosted this week's Carnival of Personal Finance #108 and featured my article "Money and Marathons: Guess what, they're related" in her editor's picks. Thanks Jennifer! Here are some of my favorite personal finance … [Read more...] about Best finance articles from Carnival of Personal Finance #108
Man, another week has gone by already? Well, this time I wasn't distracted by a trip to pick up Mapgirl's motorcycle, so I remembered to submit an article to this week's Festival of Frugality hosted by Tight Fisted Miser. It seems that this is my … [Read more...] about Best Frugality Posts from Festival of Frugality 81
Tricia from Blogging Away Debt hosted this week's Carnival of Personal Finance. My own article "Postponing financial responsibility until you grow up" was featured as an Editor's Pick! Here are my own Editor's Picks: My Open Wallet compares … [Read more...] about Best finance articles from Carnival of Personal Finance #107
Do you have a friend who keeps saying things like "I'll be an adult when I finish college" or "I'll grow up when I _____ (insert phrase)"? We have that friend. Yesterday I officially began my adventure towards a graduate degree by registering for … [Read more...] about Postponing financial responsibility until you grow up
After spending days preparing for and writing the Carnival of Personal Finance #103: The 24 Edition last week, I had to take a bit of a break from looking at carnivals and festivals. Now I'm ready to look through the 78 or so entries for this week's … [Read more...] about Carnival of Personal Finance #104 Recap
Leave it to one of the most expensive colleges in America to provide its students the option to take a course in Personal Finance 101. George Washington University here in Washington D.C. is offering "a series of financial literacy workshops for … [Read more...] about College course for personal finance – Is it too late to teach our children?