Monday Morning Links and Carnivals

Good morning everyone! Was it just me or was that weekend too short? We had a terrible cold snap, too. Where did spring go? As you settle in for the week, check out these posts from last week’s blogs, all about having a healthy frame of mind about finances:

At Being Frugal, there’s an excellent anaylsis of the “you deserve it mentality” in consumer culture.

Over at A Penny at a Time, there’s a guest post by Leo titled “Zen and Frugality.” It’s a great comparison between living as a frugal person and living as a zen monk.

Frugal Dad looks to other influences that affect our financial frame of mind in “Are Parents to Blame for Financial Problems?”

Consumerism Commentary breaks us into Type A and Type B credit card users and offers ways to shift your thinking from one type to the other in “10 Steps to Break the Credit Card Habit.”

Get Rich Slowly offers excellent advice for those of us who weren’t smart enough to start saving in our 20s. Check out “What if You Didn’t Start Saving Early? Advice for Late Bloomers.”

Finally, the 148th Carnival of Personal Finance is up at Gather Little by Little. My review of “The Grocery Game” is there along with a wealth of other ideas!

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2 responses to “Monday Morning Links and Carnivals

  1. Thanks for the mention! And yes, the weekend flew by way too quickly! 🙂

  2. Thanks for the link!

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