Carnivals / Festivals

Last week we were completely absent from the Carnival / Festival circuit with the exception of hosting the Carnival of Debt Reduction - Gazelle Intense Edition. This week we are back with a vengeance and have been included on five carnivals and festivals.

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! On with the round up...

We'll root, root, root for the home team with the Baseball themed edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance is up at Taking Charge. Included is our non-baseball themed post on our cash envelope system. Here are a few other solid base hits:

Almost Frugal is hosting the 69th Carnival of Money Stories and taking us on a tour of France. I hope we can stop for crepes as well as some of our peach sherbet. For those of you who parle vous:

The Festival of Frugality is hosted at Antishay Ventenne with her "Frugal All Over" Edition and features our post about an accidental cooking success. Some other frugal favorites:

The 73rd Make It From Scratch! Carnival is hosted by Stop The Ride! and is themed after the county fair. I never found food at the county fair anywhere near as delicious as our peach sherbet. Watch your step around the livestock and don't miss these notable posts:

The Carnival of Debt Reduction is up at American Consumer News with the Secret to Life Edition. It's no secret though that Senator Clinton's campaign owes Senator Clinton 20 million dollars - maybe the two groups need some advice. These posts may not be the secret to life, but you may find them particularly enlightening:

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