Festival of Frugality #402 – The Government Shutdown Edition

October 10th, 2013

Welcome back to the Festival of Frugality – our theme this week is The Government Shutdown brought to you by Grayson Bell from Debt Roundup. Greyson has put together a clever collection of articles that target those most effected by the recent US fiasco.

Grayson covers everything form affordable health care to saving the most on your everyday purchases. From Debt Roundup and the folks here at Festival of Frugality, I sincerely hope this issue is resolved as soon as possible, so that the tax paying citizens of the US can get back to our daily lives.

With that said, we invite all readers and bloggers to consider becoming a guest host for an upcoming festival! If you would like to become a guest host on any of our upcoming open dates, please send us an email so we can learn more about you. Until then, please keep submitting your frugality and personal finance articles to us!

Festival of Frugality – #401

October 1st, 2013

Happy October everyone!  Welcome back to the Festival of Frugality – your weekly roundup of the web’s best articles and blogs on saving money and living a rich life! This week, Frugal Rules  kicks off the fall season with our 401st edition of the Festival of Frugality.  For those of you out there looking to reevaluate your finances the next couple of months before Christmas, John has put together a great list of money saving articles with everything from Mobile/Cable bills to cheap activities you can do with your baby. Check them out!

We invite all readers and bloggers to consider becoming a guest host for an upcoming festival! If you would like to become a guest host on any of our upcoming open dates, please send us an email so we can learn more about you. Until then, please keep submitting your frugality and personal finance articles to us!

Festival of Frugality – #400

September 24th, 2013

Welcome back to the Festival of Frugality – your weekly roundup of the newest and best articles and blogs on saving more, spending less, and everything in between! Our guest host this week is Russell from Money Street Smart. In this week’s festival, Russell breaks down the best way to “get street smart on money” through some serious lessons found in our favorite Emmy nominated shows. And for you parents out there, he also touches on how we can teach our kids frugal manners before kindergarten.

Next week’s guest host will be Frugal Rules – be sure to submit your articles and links to us for inclusion in next week’s festival. Our full calendar of guest hosts is coming together, and we would love to have you join us! To be considered for hosting, please send us a message with a bit about your site.

FoF #399

September 17th, 2013

Hello and welcome back to the Festival of Frugality – your weekly roundup of the web’s best articles and blogs on saving money and living a rich life! This week, we welcome back The Frugal Toad – a strong shout out to Paul for collecting all of the best submission for this weeks festival. Featured are some recent and innovative tips for even the most frugal of lifestyles. Thank you to all who submitted articles, keep them coming!

If you would like to become a guest host going into the Fall of 2013 please send us an email so we can learn more about you. Until then, please keep submitting your frugality and personal finance articles to us! 

FoF #398

September 10th, 2013

Welcome back to the Festival of Frugality! In this week’s edition, The Frugal Farmers, Rick & Laurie, have put together a list of the greatest features from around the web on earning more, spending less and everything in between. For those looking for financial tips, family savings, or just interested in the farm life, The Frugal Farmers have got you covered. Check them out!

FoF #397

September 5th, 2013

In this week’s edition, we want to say thank you to Martin of Start Freelancing Now for hosting an incredible summer ending Festival. The focus of this festival is “working on multiple things at once”. Martin has put together a collection of resources for life’s many needs. Whether its planning for retirement or practicing safe driving to lower your insurance costs, this festival has the perfect tips for transitioning into the backend of 2013.

FoF #394

August 14th, 2013

As predicted, Accrued Interest has delivered a lovely Festival this week. Please come back next week for what should be the best post of the year and don’t forget to sign up as a host yourself.

Festival #393

August 6th, 2013

Let us all give thanks and wish Daniel of Sweating The Big Stuff a happy birthday as he so graciously hosts this weeks Festival.

Check out his editors pics and don’t forget to come back next week for what I am sure is going to be a great Festival from Accrued Interest.

Editor’s Picks: If you guys were at my party, I’d have give you a corner piece of cake:

Cat Alford presents Soapbox Time: Medical School & 6 Figure Loans posted at Budget Blonde.

Tushar presents 6 Money Saving Hacks: A Cheat Sheet for Increasing Your Savings posted at Earn More and Save.

Lance presents Don’t Be Fooled! Watch Out For These 3 Credit Card Rewards Tricks! posted at Money Life and More.

Jay presents The Best Tips for Saving on Car Insurance posted at Daily Fuel Economy Tip.

Pauline presents Where will your savings rate take you? posted at Reach Financial Independence.

Hiatus

July 31st, 2013

Pardon the absence of this lovely festival. It will be starting up again next week with a host to be sweatingthebigstuff.com.

Festival of Frugality #392

June 11th, 2013

Welcome once again to the Festival of Frugality! In this week’s edition, we welcome back Martin of Start Freelancing Now, who has put together a top-notch collection of the week’s best article submissions on earning more, spending less, and everything in between. In addition to the festival, Martin has plenty of resources to introduce you to the lucrative world of freelancing – be sure to check them out!

Want to have your blog selected as a guest host for the Festival of Frugality? It’s easy! If you would like to become a guest host, please send us an email so we can learn more about you. Until then, please keep submitting your frugality and personal finance articles to us!