Lifestyle Carnival

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CAPI @ Creating a Passive Income writes Live Like a Rockefeller with Passive Income – Want to know what the financial giants do differently from the average working class family? The secret lies with utilizing passive income. Find out more.


Lazy Man @ Lazy Man and Money writes Help Me Buy a Car (or Two)? – After trekking across country with a newborn and a dog in two older cars we are thinking its almost time to have them replaced.


Mandy @ writes Should Toddlers be Using High Tech Gadgets? – We live in a high tech world. Should we expose toddlers from the get-go, or is it better to restrict their exposure?


Lance @ Money Life and More writes Prepare Your Finances for Next Year – Know Your Net Worth – Now that the year is coming to a close and a new year is about to begin I always want to know how I’ve progressed over the last year and how much I’d like to progress over the next year. Financially, I use my net worth to measure how I’ve been doing.

Deacon @ Well Kept Wallet writes Thirty Things I Learned Before 30 – Tomorrow I turn 30 and as I reflect back, I realize that there is so much that I have learned. If I would have known what I know now when I was 20, I probably would have made drastically different choices. But I will say, everything that I have done has lead me to where I am today. For that reason, I wouldn’t change how I got here. That being said, here are thirty things I learned before 30.

harry campbell @ Your Personal Finance Pro writes The Apple Price Premium: Are Mac Computers, Ipods and Iphones Worth the Extra Money? – From my seat on the couch I can look around and see my fiancee’s iPhone 5, my old iPhone 4, my Apple TV and oh yeah I’m typing on a MacBook Pro. Obivously, we’ve been using Apple products for quite some time now but I still remember our family’s first Macintosh computer in the early 90′s. Mac products have come a long way since then and the company has come to epitomize a top of the line electronics brand.

MMD @ My Money Design writes Goal Setting Activities for Your Personal Finances – To understand what you want, expand your financial perspective through goal setting activities that help you figure out how you feel about your money.

Miss T. @ Prairie Eco Thrifter writes How to Organize a Project – Have you ever had a big project to do – whether it was at home, at work, for volunteer purposes, or for school – for which you had no idea what the first step should be? A few things have been successful get me going on a project and provide clarity. Here is how I’d recommend tackling them:

John S @ Frugal Rules writes Taking The Plunge is Not Just For Polar Bears – Part 1 – Taking the plunge into self-employment is not for everyone, nor is it a decision that should be made lightly. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, then running your own business just might be for you.

Tony @ You Only Do This Once writes If You Must Make A Resolution… – I am not the biggest fan of resolutions each New Year (I like starting them mid-year), but if you must…your finances are your first step. Here’s how.

Everything Finance @ Everything Finance Blog writes How Does the Bottom 5th of America Live? – Could you live on an average of less than $10,000 a year? ife happens. Maybe you are a retiree living on a fixed income and rapidly dwindling savings. Or, recently have become unemployed and again will get by, at least until your savings runs out.


Grand Per Month @ Grand Per Month writes My Daughter Is Making Money on Etsy – Now even though my daughter has yet to make a grand per month with Etsy, I am optimistic that a year from now, she will be making over $100 per month profit. All it will take is about 20 sales per month which should be a fairly easy target for a part-time hobby.

Little House @ Little House in the Valley writes January Projects for the Home – Though winter keeps many of us inside more than we’d like this time of year, there are still plenty of indoor projects that can be accomplished. A few activities that I should do this winter myself include:

John @ Fearless Men writes 25 Pictures that will Put Your Excuses to Shame! – Got an excuse? You won’t after you view all 25 pics. Guaranteed! Think you’re poor? You won’t after you scroll down and try out the “Wealth Calculator”. Think the dealer gave you a crappy hand in life? Not compared to some of the fearless men and women in the pictures below.


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