FNBO Pay Yourself First Weekend PrimeTime QuickHits

I’m back from the FNBO Direct’s Pay Yourself First Challenge kick-off.  We had a blast.  I’m looking forward to sharing photos, video, and telling you all about it.  Look for that post later this week.

I’m now in India with work. Made time for a quick post…this QuickHit will be short and sweet.

I was featured in the following blog carnivals this past week:

The 76th Carnival of Money Stories hosted by The Copyeditor’s Desk.
The 29th Money Hacks Carnival hosted at Living Almost Large.
The 169th Carnival of Personal Finance hosted at Banker Girl.
The 170th Carnival of Personal Finance hosted by The Personal Financier.
The 30th Money Hacks Carnival hosted by Quest to be Debt Free.

TransUnion Class-Action Lawsuit Means Free Services for You
A Biblical Look at Debt
Free Museum Days From Bank Of America
Debunking The 25 Most Outrageous Money Myths
Life Without Cable TV
How to work expensive ingredients into your grocery budget

Here’s a couple of other articles I found interesting this week:

My Advice for Sarah Palin
How to Include a Baby in Your Financial Plans

Alright, everyone. Thanks for hanging with me during this travel time. I’ll be back later this week with more updates and a couple of money-saving articles.

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  1. You’re back and you’re in India? I can’t keep up! You’re a busy guy. Hope your’ having some fun and thanks for the mention. Can’t wait to hear about the challenge.

  2. I am looking forward to hear more about the FNBO thing – keep me updated!