Welcome to the Best of Money Carnival – Thanksgiving facts edition. In honor of Thanksgiving, I have included 10 interesting facts about Thanksgiving in this Carnival. Enjoy!
Roshawn Watson presents Your Do over Guide: What Would You Do Differently? posted at Watson Inc and says “While I have nothing against contentment, if given the opportunity, I would change several things not because I hate my life but to get the most out of it. If you could press rewind on your life, what would you do differently?”
Justin presents Challenge Your Holiday Gifting Traditions posted at Money Is the Root and says “Assuming you are struggling to make ends meet, want to save money but still want to stay on good terms with family, friends and cohorts – consider a few wacky, weird ways to celebrate the holiday gifting season.”
vh presents Stress-free Finances: What Do You Want? posted at Funny about Money and says “What do you want, financially? What should you want? Me, I know what I don’t want: I don’t especially want to be rich.”
FMF presents Five Ways to Give Gifts People Want posted at Free Money Finance and says “Want to give gifts that people want? Here are five suggestions to do just that.”
SB presents Personal Finance, the basic principle posted at One Cent at a Time and says “We read articles on saving money, investing, frugal living everyday. These are important, no doubt, but it’s also important to remind our self on the basic pillars of personal finance. What it is and what it constitute? Explained the 6 different aspects of personal finance.
Glen Craig presents How to Make Unemployment an Opportunity posted at Free From Broke and says “Unemployment is an unpleasant time. But you can’t sit back and sulk. Make unemployment an opportunity and you could see your career take off. See some suggestions how.”
Amanda presents Create Memories with 6 Inexpensive Experience Gifts posted at My Dollar Plan and says “Give a gift that will remain in the minds of loved ones longer than a shirt in their wardrobe. Give the gift of experience.”
Miranda presents 10 Fantastic Financial Christmas Gift Ideas for Children posted at PT Money Personal Finance and says “There are any number of useful financial gifts that can keep on giving — while providing children with a solid financial foundation for the future.”
YFS presents How to Save For A Child’s Higher Education posted at Your Finances Simplified and says “Here are some tips for saving for a child’s higher education that could effectively leave you with some breathing room when enrollment time finally comes!”
Corey presents Does Cheap Perfume Exist? posted at 20’s Finances and says “Find out how I used a cheap and natural alternative to perfume to conquer a nasty smell!”
[Infographics Source: Today I found out]