Welcome to the March 4, 2009 edition of Carnival of Financial Goals. There were a lot of articles submitted this week, but I only selected the best of the best for publication in this edition of the Carnival of Financial Goals.
Editor’s Choice Selections
Green Panda presents Personal Growth and Achieving Financial and Life Goals posted at Green Panda Treehouse, saying, “I’ve developed new skills, pushed my boundaries, and have worked hard on achieving goals. Here are 5 things I’ve learned about life from starting a blog.”
Peter presents Why Goals Are Important posted at Bible Money Matters, saying, “Setting goals for yourself each year is important. Here is why.”
Ben presents Preparing for a Layoff: Job Tips for Staying Employed in a Recession posted at Money Smart Life.
jim presents Try Living On Minimum Wage posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.
debt kid presents Why Budgets Don’t Work For Everyone posted at DebtKid.
Ryan presents How to Start a Blog for Fun or Profit posted at Cash Money Life, saying, “How to achieve your goal of starting an income earning blog.”
Leaving The Folks presents Avoiding Resume Mistakes posted at Real World Advice, saying, “Given today’s tough job market, it is important to not have any mistakes on your resume.”
Tisha Tolar presents Work at Home Discipline: Find Some posted at Empowering Mom.
Investing & Saving
David presents Trick Yourself into Saving More posted at Pimp Your Finances, saying, “An easy trick I use to gradually and permanently increase my saving habits.”
BankMan presents Why You Need a High Yield Savings Account posted at High Yield Savings Accounts, saying, “Everyone needs a high yield savings account to help smooth returns while waiting for a better investment to come along.”
Ryan presents Free Stock Trading and Investing Tools posted at Cash Money Life, saying, “Free stock trading and investing tools to help learn how to make better trades and investments.”
Other Personal Finance
ChristianPF presents Do newlyweds need life insurance? posted at Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “A good discussion about whether or not newlyweds should have life insurance…”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of financial goals using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.