Welcome to the Carnival of MoneyPros! This week’s edition is the “Raking Leaves” edition because here in the east, the leaves are finishing up falling from the trees and it is now time to start raking them up. For me personally, I have a two-pronged approach at picking up leaves. For most of them, I simply use our lawn mover to pick them up. For the ones in the driveway, flower beds, and other hard to get to places I use a leaf blower/vac. It still takes time, but it makes the job easier than using pure manual labor. If you are done raking your leaves, or are avoiding it, or even if you live in climate where the leaves don’t fall (or haven’t yet) you can get better at your finances through the help of these great posts below.
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Mario @ Adventures in Frugal writes WOW air will fly you to Europe for as little as $99; here’s why you may hate them anyway – WOW air is a new budget carrier that will start selling tickets between Iceland and the U.S. for as cheap as $99 next year; would you try them out?
Maria @ The Money Principle writes Don’t Make Debt a Worry: Try These Business Tips – Don’t look at your bank statements, you think to yourself. If I don’t see my debt then it isn’t there.
Alexa @ Defeat Our Debt writes Should You Take a Vacation if You’re in Debt? – Your debt is stressing you out. Work is stressing you out. And you just need a little break from the normal day to day grind.
Jon @ Money Smart Guides writes The Simplest Way Ever To Become Rich – What if I told you there was a simple way to become rich? Would you be interested? What if I told you that it would only take you 10 minutes max to do and you would only have to do it one time?
Alexa @ Single Moms Income writes Another Great Way to Give: Operation Christmas Child – I’m completely convinced that giving back to people whether that be with a thoughtful note, big batch of cookies, or small gift is one of the best ways you can make a difference in not only the world, but also in yourself.
Brad @ Enemy of Debt writes Motivational Monday: Mistakes Pave The Way To A Greater Success – I caught a segment on a popular morning news program in which the CEO of Google was being interviewed.
Kayla @ Shoeaholic No More writes Shopping Ban Update & Approved Spending List – I might have broken my shopping ban already!
Natalie @ Debt and The Girl writes One of My Reasons for Working Hard… – Last Wednesday, I got to see one of my idols and favorite musicians: Paul McCartney.
Cat @ Budget Blonde writes Do You Worry Your Kids Will Feel The Struggle? – I recently had the pleasure of being on the Stacking Benjamins podcast with the lovely Paula Pant of Afford Anything and of course Joe himself.
Danielle @ TeacHer Finance writes How Does Cash Advance Work? – A cash advance is very similar to a payday loan, except the terms are generally a bit longer.