Carnivals – Week of 09/17/07

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

The Festival of Frugality included “How to Build a Double (or Single) Desk on the Cheap.” Also included was “High Electric Bills and the Battle Against Increasing Energy Costs” from fivecentnickel.com.

The Carnival of Family Life included “The Stress of Kindergarten.”

Finally, the Best of Me Symphony seemingly experienced a technical hiccup and ended up including multiple posts from a number of sites. Here are the posts from Raising4Boys:

Nervous Tics in a Nine Year Old Boy
Raising Boys vs. Girls? A Systematic Approach to Deciding the Easiest
Planning on Building a Tree House

Also included were the following posts from fivecentnickel.com:

Ten Tips for a Successful Moving Sale
Five Reasons you Should Care About your Credit (FICO) Score
Credit Card Bonus Chasing and Your Credit Score

Published on September 20th, 2007 - Leave a Comment
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