Festival of Frugality #397 : Multiple Projects Edition

by Martin

Welcome to the Festival of Frugality!

This is the multiple projects edition. I don’t know about you, but I feel that I need to be working on multiple things at once. If I give up on one idea, I just focus on the next one.

For example, I launched Kettlebell Rebels right before my Life After College Course. I love to work on many ideas. Is that bad? Would it be better if I just focused on one thing at a time?

What are you working on?

Let’s check out the articles. Oh and please note, that I had to go through an insane amount of submissions.

Buck Inspire presents Don’t Hesitate When Opportunity Knocks Ian Ziering posted at Buck Inspire.
Barbara Friedberg presents MBA Class: Time Value of Money In Financial Decision Making posted at Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance.
Daniel presents How to Live Within Your Means but Still Live Well posted at Make Money Make Cents
Holly presents A Career in Sales Isn’t for Everyone posted at Club Thrifty.
Joshua Rodriguez presents How To Make A Budgeting Spreadsheet That Makes Budgeting Fun posted at CNA Finance.
FI Pilgrim presents Considerations When Waging A War On STUFF posted at FI Journey.
Michael presents College Survival Guide posted at The Student Loan Sherpa.
David presents Saving Money on Parking in NYC posted at Financial Nerd.
Christopher presents 9 Reasons Why Your Business Needs Online Banking posted at This That and The MBA.
Glen Craig presents Ways Your Large Family Can Keep Frugal and Not Go Broke posted at Free From Broke .
Jack presents How to Start Investing when you only have $100 posted at Money Saving Ethics.
Laurie presents I May Be Easy, But I’m Not Cheap: How to Save Money on Pet Costs posted at Frugal Rules.
Miss T. presents How to Save Money at Silver Dollar CityHow to Save Money at Silver Dollar City posted at Prairie Eco Thrifter.
Pauline presents Make money with a senior concierge service posted at Make Money Your Way.
Buck Inspire presents What’s Wrong With A 21 Hour Workday Tim Ferriss? posted at Buck Inspire.
Crystal presents I Want to Cry: The $12,000 Dental Bill posted at Budgeting in the Fun Stuff.
Hank presents How to Make the Most of a Debt Consolidation Loan posted at Money Q&A.
Corey presents What Does My Retirement Plan Look Like? posted at 20s Finances.

You think we’re done? Not yet! This is a big one…

LaTisha presents Will Safe Driving Reduce My Auto Insurance Costs? posted at Young Finances.
Daisy presents Things To Consider When Buying Your First Home posted at Suburban Finance.
Jacob presents Sneaky Tips To Save The Most Money When Planning On A Child posted at AllPersonalFinance.
Kyle presents Can You Make Money Flipping Used Cars? posted at The Penny Hoarder.
SBB presents How to Budget and Still Have Fun in Las Vegas posted at Simple Budget Blog.
Debt Guru presents What High School Never Taught You And Should Have: Managing Your Checkbook posted at Debt Free Blog.
Rich presents Why Being Rich Is Not The Same As Being Upper Middle Class posted at Growing Money Smart.
Amanda L Grossman presents How We Fed Our Family of Two on $288.78 Last Month posted at Frugal Confessions.
Ryan presents Forget about Lying on Your Resume: Would You Hire a Fake Reference? posted at Cash Money Life.
IMB presents Where to Find Investing Opportunities posted at Investing Money.
Cat Alford presents How to Negotiate a Better Deal posted at Budget Blonde.
Steven presents How to Ditch Your Landline in Canada and pay nothing each month posted at Grocery Alerts.

And there’s more!

Wayne presents Fixing Your Past Financial Mistakes posted at Young Family Finance.
Joshua Rodriguez presents ”5 Things You Shouldn’t Do With Your Credit Card” posted at Modest Money.
Carrie Smith presents How Do Car Loans Affect Your Credit Score? posted at ReadyForZero Blog.
Little House presents Tackling Credit Card Debt posted at Little House in the Valley.
Daniel presents You Cant Start a Successful Business If You Fear Failure posted at Sweating The Big Stuff.
Evan presents Of Course Credit Score Matters to Women posted at My Journey To Millions.
Monica presents Tailgating on a Budget posted at Monica On Money.
Harry Campbell presents What Do You Do Every Day? posted at The Four Hour Work Day.
Emily presents Have You Even Been without Health Insurance? posted at Evolving Personal Finance.
Maria presents How to Get By with a Bad Credit History posted at The Money Principle.
Rob@FinancialSprout presents 5 Cheap Hobby Ideas posted at Financial Sprout.

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Christopher @ This That and the MBA September 4, 2013 at 4:26 pm

Sweet Thanks for the shoutout…took me a while to scroll to the end…
I noticed these carnivals are becoming more and more popular :-)

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Martin September 4, 2013 at 4:34 pm

Thanks! Lol the problem was that there wasn’t one last week.

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Joshua Rodriguez September 4, 2013 at 4:36 pm

Thanks for mentioning me! I really appreciate it!

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Martin September 4, 2013 at 4:41 pm

Don’t forget to give some social love brother!

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Buck Inspire September 5, 2013 at 1:23 am

What a huge carnival! Thanks for including my posts!

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Martin September 5, 2013 at 1:42 am

Thanks for applying! Share the social love please :)

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Glen Craig September 5, 2013 at 2:31 am

Thanks for hosting! That must have taken you forever to go through. You’ve got to be a frugal expert now.

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Martin September 5, 2013 at 4:08 am

If only I could apply all of these frugality tips lol!

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MonicaOnMoney September 5, 2013 at 3:26 pm

@Martin- Thanks for including my blog in your weekly Carnival! I look forward to reading some of the other articles. I’m the same way, I tend to work on lots of projects at the same time!! It can be stressful but I enjoy it (most of the time!)

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Martin September 5, 2013 at 7:37 pm

Thanks for the comment. Pls spread the social love. Shoot out a RT if you can.

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