This is life style blog carnival from bloggers across the globe. This article contains retirement, hobbies, health and food and lifestyle activities related posts. Read and get ideas about making your life joyous and fulfilling. Enjoy the articles!
Tushar @ Finance TUBE writes Is Now The Right Time to Buy A Home? – Today i will be talking about Is Now The Right Time to Buy A Home? According to the media now is the perfect time to buy a house. Housing prices may be free from the laws of gravity but they are not free from the laws of economics.
eemusings @ NZ Muse writes Love where you live – An ode to my city.
David Bar @ Bar Whiz Blog writes What To Tip Your Server (in varius countries) – Tipping is almost universal, but the “going rate” is different in each country. This handy guide will help you travel without losing face when it comes time to leave a tip.
Kim @ Eyes on the Dollar writes Why I’ll Never Move to Florida – This post is a humorous look at my not so glamorous winter spent in south Florida. If you like car crashes, screaming octogenarians, and leaky ceilings, this is the post for you.
Marie at Family Money Values @ Family Money Values writes Free Things to Do in Branson – There really are free and inexpensive things to do in the ‘live music capital of the world’ – Branson Missouri. Here is what we have done!
Jessica Moorhouse @ Mo’ Money Mo’ Houses writes Magic Mike, Dubstep, & Rude Americans – My Bachelorette Weekend in Las Vegas – I may have stayed within a pretty tight budget on my trip to Vegas, but I’m not sure if it was worth having a taxi driver throw change at me and call me cheap.
Michelle @ Making Sense of Cents writes Clean Eating and $1,910 in Extra Income – Our menu plan for next week includes a lot of grilled salmon, grilled chicken, brown rice, vegetables, peppers and so on. Usually we eat pretty unhealthy every night. Everything would be doused in dressing, cheese, sugar, butter or something else. Surprisingly, we have been eating everything more “clean,” which means that we’re not really adding anything to our food besides lemon. We’re both really working on eating more healthy and “clean” foods. We’ve also been enjoying the food
Miss T. @ Prairie Eco Thrifter writes How’s Your Life? A Healthy Exercise for Creating a New One – It has been said that how you see your life is how your life will be. If all you see are problems, your view of life will be negative and problematic. If you see challenges, your life will be full of amazing opportunities to make changes and create a better life for yourself.
Jules Wilson @ Fat Guy,Skinny Wallet writes This Is Why We Are Fat #2 – Eating While Driving – Why do we get fat? Unfortunately, there isn’t just one reason. Each time I see a behavior that makes us obese (whether funny or serious) I’ll highlight it here.
SB @ One Cent at a Time writes Few Simple Everyday Techniques to Protect yourself from Germs – Germs are the causes for many common diseases like flu and cold. Germs are every where from door knobs to toilets. This article talks about most common places where germs can be found and ways to protect yourself from them.
Maria @ Free Minds Free Lines writes Iron Man 3 Review: Can it be the End of the Iron Man 3 Franchise – Iron Man 3 review and why it may be the last of its franchise.
John @ Fearless Men writes 25 First Date Ideas | Some new…Some cliche…No doubt you’ll find one for you – To find the best first date ideas it takes some homework. It also depends on who you’re taking on a date. That’s why you have 25 first date ideas to choose from!
Little House @ Little House in the Valley writes Outdoor Project: Replace the Deck – While I was outside planting, I noticed our deck is looking kind of old and the wood in some areas is falling apart. This time our deck is going to be made out of resin composite wood. No mold, no rot, no muss no fuss!
Jason @ Live Real Now writes Multiracial Skinhead Love Triangle – I have this friend. He bought a couple of cars. He’s got some issues with money, partially revolving around a need to keep his assets below a certain threshold. So he put the cars in his girlfriend’s name. I know, it’s slightly crooked, but that makes the story more fun.
John S @ Frugal Rules writes Great Last Minute Mother’s Day Gifts That Will Make Mom Happy – If you did not know already, Mother’s Day is a few short days away. Give some thought into the gift you’ll be buying your Mom and remember that pricey does not mean priceless.
Jason Hull @ Hull Financial Planning writes 55% of Married Men are Peter Griffin Clones – Find out what 55% of married men have in common with Peter Griffin from the Family Guy.
WEALTH AND RETIREMENT
Lance @ Money Life and More writes Buying a Home: Is a Small Down Payment Actually a Big Deal? – When you don’t have a large down payment of at least 20% and you’re trying to buy a house, FHA loans are one option that has been popular in the last few years due to the low minimum down payment of 3.5%. Unfortunately, these mortgages have a ton of fees and they’ve recently drastically increased.
Mel @ Mel’s Money writes Ten Year Retirement Plan- Steps You Should Take – A guide on how to save for when the innevetable old age takes over working life.
Penny Thots @ Penny Thots writes More Frugal Substitutes – In December, I wrote an article about some good substitutes that will save you money and also allow you to control the amount and type of product that goes into them. Today I thought I’d share a few more.
Peter @ Bible Money Matters writes Whether Through Tithing Or Good Will Gifts, Giving Is For Your Own Good – Whether you believe that the tithe is mandated for Christians, or whether we should cheerfully give what our heart has decided, I think we can all agree that giving is something that all Christians are called to do.
Nick @ A Young Pro writes How to Advance in Your New Career as a Gen Y Employee – So you are a Gen Y employee starting a new career? Learn how to follow the 20/80 rule to get your career of to a great start and rise through the ranks.
Jim Weston @ Going Political writes Becoming a Politician – Starting a political career is an interesting career choice, but it is one that can be very rewarding.
Jules Wilson @ Faithful With a Few writes Why We Want To Start A Giving Account – A giving account is a great way to set aside money in order to be a blessing to someone else. Make sure you have this in place, so you can respond when there is a need.
Everything Finance @ Everything Finance Blog writes Use Pinterest to Save Money – Think of Pinterest like a giant search engine that can help you save money in more ways than you can ever imagine. If you’re not on Pinterest, you’re missing out and probably spending more money than you need to.
Deacon @ Well Kept Wallet writes Save Money With A Refillable K Cup for Your Keurig – I drink coffee almost every day and it can be an expensive habit. If you own a Keurig, which is a single cup coffee maker, then you know how pricey it can be for just one cup of coffee. I was at a Starbucks yesterday and a 12 pack of Pikes Place K-cups was $11.95 which comes out to about $1 per cup of coffee.
Alexis @ FITnancials writes Swap Ice Cream for Smoothies – Do you love ice cream as much as I do? I think we can all say that anyone and everyone loves ice cream just as much as the next person does. Some people take it farther than just a desert though, and will eat tubs of ice cream in just one sitting. Ice cream isn’t as bad to eat, as long as it is in moderation and proportioned right. But if you are the type of person who loves eating ice cream all the time, try swapping it out slowly and trying other foods.
Mr.CBB @ Canadian Budget Binder writes Mr.CBB’s Cheesy Crock-Pot Lasagna – Just when you thought you had no time to make a tradition lasagna I take out the crock-pot just for you. Learn how easy it is to set and forget this cheesy crock-pot lasagna and come home to a delicious meal that not only costs less because you aren’t baking it in the oven for hours it’s just as good as any other lasagna in a pan! Enjoy
Once again, thanks for reading! If your article appeared in this carnival, a good job. If yours didn’t, sorry, this is not a personal finance carnival, better luck next time.
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