We have been featured on six carnivals/festivals this week. Wow! We are pleased to welcome all new readers to Not the Jet Set. To find out more about us, click here. We are a personal finance blog focused on frugality, stewardship, and current events, while also telling our story as a family and the personal finance decisions we have made. Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check out our new NtJS Cafepress shop!

We are pleased to welcome from across the pond, a Carnival of Green Gardening. Our debut post with this carnival is Mrs. NtJS's Everyday Frugal tips for green gardening. It's a small carnival, but full of so many great posts:
We also welcome first time carnival to NtJS, the Carnival of Money, Growth and Happiness, hosted by Credit Card Lowdown. They've featured our ode to frozen pizza - which has everything to do with money, growth, and happiness. Some other posts of note:
The Carnival of Money Hacks is brought to us this week by Prime Time Money, and features our second installment on selling a used car and being awesome at it. Some other notable hacks (the ideas, not the bloggers):
The 127th Festival of Frugality is presented in a very clean format over at Funny about Money. Our Everyday Frugal: In the Garden article is an Editor's Pick! (Thanks, VH!) Some of our favorites below:
The Carnival of Personal Finance is North of the boarder this week at Canadian Dream: Free at 45. They've included our 14 reasons why credit cards are not evil... but the companies who issue them are. Some other interesting reading:
The Carnival of Money Stories, hosted by PiggyBankBlues features our YTD report on emergencies and capitol expenditures. It happens to be first on the list, likely not the best article, but possibly the first submitted? Somebody has to go first. Here is a smattering of other fine submissions from down the list:
Thanks for reading, and big thanks to everyone for hosting. Don't forget to tell your friends and subscribe to get updates via email or RSS.


Stephanie said...

Thanks for the link love!

Peter said...

Thanks for the link!

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