Ireland in the Summer Edition

I’m lucky enough to be in Ireland most of June. I’m technically here for work, but will use most of my free time to see all the country has to offer. Needless to say, blogging will be sparse this month. But I already have some quality guests posts lined up for ya. And I may pop in for a bit myself to share some photos and the QuickHits.

Hits that be quick…

Carnivals and such…

  • I’m in the running at the Carnival of Top Personal Finance Posts #5 at Bible Money Matters. Head over and cast your vote for me or one of the other great bloggers. Say hi to Pete for me.
  • Carnival of Money Stories: Roadmap to Money Health at WalletPop
  • Money Hacks Carnival #66 – The Family Summer Vacation Edition and the Carnival of Pecuniary Delights #9 – The Organic Gardening Edition both held at Passive Family Income
  • Carnival of Personal Finance #206: Memorial Day Stars and Stripes Edition at Greener Pastures Personal Finance
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Last Edited: March 8, 2014 @ 10:50 pm
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Philip Taylor, aka "PT", is a husband and father of two. He created PT Money back in 2007 to share his thoughts on money and to meet others passionate about managing their finances. All the content on this blog is original, and created or edited by PT. Read more about Philip Taylor, and be sure to connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, or view the Philip Taylor+ Google profile.

Comments

  1. Thanks for the mention, PT!

  2. Hey! Ireland for the summer sounds great. You should really enjoy it. I’ve never been there, but I here it is awesome!

    Thanks for linking to my budgeting resources!

  3. Enjoy your time in Ireland. I’d love to go over there as well!

    While you’re there, be sure to try a Caffrey’s, which was one of my favorite beers when I was living in England (you can’t get it in the US). And of course, the Guinness is required!

  4. Man, I’d love to visit some Irish breweries! Have a great time.

  5. Ireland is a fabulous place – went there right after law school. I have read that it has since become the most expensive country in Europe. BTW – Thanks for the link.

  6. Drink a Guiness or 10 for me.

  7. Have fun! I’d love to learn more about the Irish perspective of debt and money. Maybe you can find that out while you’re there.