Second Carnival of College and Finance

Welcome to the second edition of the Carnival of College and Finance. After a brief hiatus, the carnival is back on, and I hope you all will enjoy these submissions, pay close attention to the great posts on saving money and staying fit (things I need to do better).

College Humor

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Collegiate Conversation posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Credit Cards

Logan Flatt, CFA presents Change the Game: Replace Your Credit Score with Your PowerWealth Debit Score™ posted at

Mr Credit Card presents Citi Bank Student Credit Cards Reduce APR! (Ask Mr Credit Card’s Blog) posted at Ask Mr Credit Card’s Blog


edithyeung presents The Money Series – Steps to Create Passive Income posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..

Gustav S presents 10 Reasons why only 4% of the population achieve their goals posted at

John Wesley presents 7 Tips for Avoiding a Lifetime of Debt posted at Pick the Brain.

evelester presents The Budgeting Secret that saved our Marriage » Housewife Confessions posted at Confessions of an Everyday Housewife, saying, “great budgeting tool, uses virtual envelopes to allocate all income before you spend it.”

Super Saver presents Choosing a College 529 Plan posted at My Wealth Builder.

Millionaire Mommy Next Door presents How to Treat Affluenza: Spend Less and Live a Happier Life posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door, saying, “The number of “very happy” people peaked in 1957, and has remained fairly stable or declined ever since. Even though we consume twice as much as we did in the 1950s, people were just as happy when they had less. 86% of Americans who voluntarily cut back their consumption feel happier as a result.”

Tushar Mathur presents High Energy Bills ?? Try out these simple ideas ! posted at Everything Finance.

Matthew Paulson presents 529 College Savings Plans Demystified posted at Getting Green.


Zantor presents 5 Ways to Increase your Productivity by Working Smarter posted at The Student Help Forum.

Daniel Galtieri presents UReady for College: Moving to College posted at UReady for College.


FitBuff presents Brain Gym Exercises: Get Fit, Get Smart posted at’s Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, “As if there weren’t already enough reasons to get in shape, a new study says it may improve more than just your physical health.

Exercise has been shown to literally increase the number of neurons that your brain produces. Read the full study for details and to find out how you can apply the findings to help you get ahead!”

Charles H. Green presents It’s a Dog Eat Dog World, Isn’t It? posted at Trust Matters, saying, “The playbook that business schools still teach from is the one labeled Big Monolithic Corporation—and the chapter heads are all about Competition. It’s obsolete.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of Carnival of College and Finance using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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