Carnivals – Week of 06/19/06

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Raising4Boys participated in three carnivals this week. Here they are along with links to our posts that were included in each.

The Carnival of Personal Finance, which is up at ConsumerismCommentary, included my articles about teaching kids to save by matching their deposits and our allowance system. Also included were “Cut Costs (and Buy a Plasma TV)” as well as my compendium of Worst. Jobs. Ever, which were posted over at fivecentnickel.com.

The Best of Me Symphony, which is up at The Owner’s Manual, included “Eight Year Olds and Easter Bunnies.” Also included was “What’s a Piggyback Mortgage?” from fivecentnickel.com.

The Carnival of the Vanities, which is up at Rethink(IP), included “Four Year Old (Mis)Behavior, Portrait Studios and Pants-Dropping.” Also included was “Wire Transfers When Closing on a House” from fivecentnickel.com.

Published on June 22nd, 2006 - Leave a Comment
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