6/04/2008

Carnivals/Festivals

We have been featured on six carnivals/festivals this week. We are pleased to welcome all new readers, as well as new carnivals 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're proud to be included on the Organic Green Daddy carnival, which is showcasing our low-cost rain barrel tutorial as a featured post! Thanks, Paul! Glad you enjoyed it. Here are a few other articles that I found particularly interesting:

Also new to NtJS, is the Carnival of Wealth, Money, and Life. This week's edition includes our evidence against credit card companies to illustrate just how evil they are (but don't blame the cards). Here are some other posts we enjoyed:

The Carnival of Debt Reduction is in Sex in the City style this week. If features out post about evil credit card companies as one of Carrie's Picks! Not sure if that's good or bad, but we'll take it! Here are some picks from the other girls:

The super-selective Green It! carnival has returned this week and features our green, frugal gardening tips (thanks, Alison!). My favorites from this carnival were:

Our rant/primer/what is on budgeting has been included in the Carnival of Personal Finance. This week, it is hosted by Moolanomy, and I'm still not quite sure how to pronounce it. Good thing this is a blog and not a podcast! (sorry, Pinyo!) Some other notable posts:
Another first-timer, the Carnival of Financial Planning, is also featuring our resent budgeting post. The Skilled Investor is hosting this week and has us near the top! Woo-hoo! Here are some other posts you may find interesting:
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1 comments:

J.F@vegoftheweek said...

Thanks for mentioning my post on R-rated Fruits and Vegetables. Keep up the good work of informing people on what resources are out there to improve their lives!

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