Welcome to the February 9, 2009 edition of carnival of saving money.
Wenchypoo presents Bail YOURSELF Out in 2009 posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo's Mental Wastebasket.
Mark Aucamp presents 11 Money Saving Tips to surviving the Credit Crunch | Money Saving Expert | Talk Money blog posted at Money Saving Tips, Consumer Finance, Expert, Advice and Help | Talk Money Blog.
Finance Tips 101 presents Identity Theft Prevention Tips posted at Finance Tips 101.
MoneyNing presents 50 Ways to Budget Travel and Save Money on Vacations posted at Money Ning, saying, "Being a frugal traveler can save you so much money!"
Shaun Connell presents The Case for Financial Security posted at Financial Planning, saying, "Times are different since the age of knights, kings and castles. Things have changed — both for the better and for the worse. In terms of financial planning, many seem to have forgotten the old adage: “A man’s home is his castle.”"
Britannica Blog presents The U.S. Economy Is Bad, but the 1980's Were Worse posted at Britannica Blog, saying, "Some of the other key differences between the U.S. today and the early 1980s"
Steve Faber presents How to Save Money on Healthy Foods posted at Belly Fat Loser.
Momma presents Get $10 free from QVC! (totally free stuff from QVC) posted at Engineer a debt free life, saying, "As we watch our spending, we are always on the lookout for good deals and freebies! You can't beat this free deal right now from QVC. Enjoy!"
Insurance Toolbox presents Lower Health Insurance Premiums to Fit Into Your Budget posted at Insurance Toolbox.
kathryn presents Surprising Ways to Make Extra Bucks posted at Out of Debt Christian, saying, "Poetry has never been my strong point – especially that kind that doesn’t even rhyme. It might surprise you to discover that some of those “poems” can be worth big bucks and that is just one way that your random thoughts can bring in the cash."
One Family presents Holiday Shopping - A peek at our Spending in the 2008 season posted at One Family's Blog.
Andy presents Smart Money Mindset posted at Personal Hack, saying, "It shocks me how finances are one of the most neglected aspects in many people’s lives. Fortunately I grew up with a family that taught me how to manage my finances well from a young age. I also got my first job when I was 15 years old which I think helped make me more responsible with money."
That concludes this edition. Thank you to all the participants of the carnival of saving money.