The Lions Ate Bill and Shane for Breakfast

Growl!  The time has arrived again.  Here comes the delightfully late, Money Soldiers Blog Carnival No. 6.

Bill and Shane are no longer with us.  The lions had them for breakfast because they didn’t know how to follow instructions, like the one below:

Only one submission per carnival is allowed. Those who will submit more than one article per carnival will be skinned alive and fed to the lions.

Thank you all for participating in this edition of Money Soldiers Blog Carnival.  The information you share with your articles are indeed delightful.  Boom! The carnival begins.

Money Soldiers Blog Carnival No. 6

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White Lions Lunch by freedom-studios, on Flickr.  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Editor’s Pick

 John Schmoll presents Working From Home – A Mom’s Perspective posted at Frugal Rules, saying, “Working from home has its own set of unique challenges. Add to that being a mother of young children and you have a recipe for a bit of chaos. The key to being effective is having excellent time management and flexibility.”

Jon Rhodes presents How To Make Money From Your Hobbies posted at Affiliate Help!, saying, “There are many ways to make money from your hobbies. Here are some great suggestions.”

Other Great Articles to Check Out

Sheri presents Hidden Talents Drive Income For Your Budget Worksheet – 1 posted at Sheri Otto, saying, “How to find Hidden Talents to fuel entrepreneurship.”

Vytas presents Day trading tips posted at Trend, saying, “There are things that you should have in mind before jumping on any day trade. There are other things that you should have in mind when you are on a day trade. I like going over those before I open a trade and also when the trade is actually open. Let me share those tips with you.”

Scott presents How to Save $500 a Year by Getting Cheap Car Insurance posted at Super Cheap Auto Insurance, saying, “Learn how to save up to 50% or $500 a year by compare multiple cheap car insurance quotes.”

My Money Design presents Roth IRA Basics and How They’re Different From a Traditional IRA posted at IRA vs 401k Central, saying, “It helps to know your Traditional and Roth IRA basics. Although both are excellent tools, one of them is likely better suited to your individual needs.”

John presents Most Common Money Lies We Tell Ourselves posted at Fearless Men.

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

Tom
 

Arnel Ariate is the webmaster of Money Soldiers.

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John @ Fearless Men - February 2, 2013

Thanks for the mention and not feeding me to the lions 🙂

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    arnelariate - February 2, 2013

    You’re welcome, John. I wanted to but I changed my mind. I knew the lions won’t eat you. The lioness has a crush on you.

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budgeting money - February 20, 2013

Thanks for the mention: Arnel.
Gruesome yet serene pic!
I look forward to writing more posts about ways people can create side income via their own abilities.
Cheers!
Sheri

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    Arnel Ariate - February 20, 2013

    You are most welcome, Sheri. I enjoyed your article and it is my pleasure to include it in the Money Soldiers Blog Carnival. Please do continue sharing those posts, we like them. About the pic, I was actually hesitant using it because I’m afraid I might offend people who might find it too graphic. It can be rather gruesome, it’s true.

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      budgeting money - February 21, 2013

      Glad that you decided to include the pic. They are gorgeous animals. Thanks – I will continue to share posts. I just submitted another that talks about making a budget. Cheers!

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        Arnel Ariate - February 22, 2013

        Hi, Sheri. Welcome back. The lions are lovely, indeed. Thank you for your article submission in the upcoming Money Soldiers Blog Carnival. See you.

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