It’s Monday today, and here we all are!
You’ve no doubt arrived to this blog from afar,
By hook or by crook or by llama or car.
But on to the posts! There’s no time to spare!
As most of you folks are keenly aware
This Carnival‘s huge! It’s gigantic! Supremo!
A strawberry float with a ton of whip cream-o!
All Personal Finance! You’ll just want to scream-o!
(You noticed that GMM’s name was in red?
Applaud to yourself! Pat yourself on the head!
It’s an Editor’s Pick! So butter your bread
And read the red posts before going to bed!)
Millionster talks to the cubicle monkey
And gives fourteen ways to go quit and be spunky.
On financial choices from Rather Be Shopping:
“The good ones are starting; the bad ones are stopping.”
Punny is sure mathematic this week!
His checksums require you think like a geek.
Poorer Than You has some nice observations:
“We spend more while swiping at credit card stations!”
The Online Savings Blog’s crying alarm:
“AmTrust is cutting! So please watch your arm!”
This week’s account on I’ve Paid For This Twice:
“The worst is the worst-est; the best is quite nice!”
Plonkee advises that under duress
That if you’re offered help, it’s best to say “Yes!”
Then some good posting from Finance and Fat:
Save money on food — now that’s where it’s at!
Now here Two Wise Acres has sure got a clue!
With friendships in business, please think it all through!
Money Smart Life says “You’ll lighten your coffers
If you take advantage of free trial offers.”
A dozen tips here from Stock Trading To Go:
When choosing a broker, there’s lots you should know.
Now Blueprint is playing with most of a deck,
But poker and finance? Well hey! What the heck!
Money Ning has a worthwhile endeavor:
Save tons of green! Cut your taxes forever!
After Grad talks on a topic I’ve known;
Funding is bait so you might need a loan.
And that’s all there is! I cannot post more!
We’ve eaten this apple clean through to the core
With stories on personal finance galore!
So everyone, please kindly now, have a nice week!
May all of your finances rock, so to speak.
I bid you farewell, for it’s time to cut loose!
–Dr. McCharly McFarlyton Zeuss