Thursday, March 15, 2007

Carnival of Ethics, Values, and Personal Finance #5

Welcome to the Carnival of Ethics, Values, and Personal Finance #5. For those of you who have been reading my blog, I apologize for being MIA, but my hell month will be over next Friday, so there should be some more posts in the coming weeks. I had just enough time to read over the submissions, but not enough time to conceive a creative theme, so I'll just leave you with the best of section. Without further ado, the best of this week's carnival:

Beth L. Chapman presents Cat Puke Causes $8 Moral Dilemma posted at Wisebread Financial.

ispf presents A Glimpse into the Collective Soul of the Personal Finance Bloggers posted at Grad Money Matters.

Rich presents Gay Spirituality & Intimacy: Priceless posted at Queercents.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents 5 Things I Learned From Casey Serin, The Guy Behind “I Am Facing Foreclosure” posted at The Digerati Life.

Jon Swift presents Dear Sam Fox, Can You Spare $50,000? posted at Jon Swift.

Nina presents Ten Money Questions for Joe Lupo posted at Queercents.

The best of the rest:

John Wesley presents You Aren’t Getting Anywhere Because You Don’t Know What You Want posted at Pick the Brain.

David Gross presents The Picket Line — 9 March 2007 posted at The Picket Line.

donnajean presents Will winning the lottery compromise my values? posted at The Weight of Money.

plonkee presents isn’t it nice when your values make financial sense posted at plonkee money.

Walt presents IF You Want To Be Great, Money Should Not Be The Motivation posted at Walt Nation!.

Praveen presents Bayou Group Hedge Fund posted at My Simple Trading System.

Alan presents It gets lonely at the top - How to handle rejection posted at Made to Be Great.

Anja presents The individual and debt posted at anja merret.

Leon Gettler presents Risk and competitive advantage on a warming planet posted at Sox First.

David E. presents Cable Companies Monopoly Equals Lower Service and Higher Prices posted at Worldwide Success.

Leon Gettler presents Codes of unethics posted at Sox First.

Thanks to all of those who submitted!

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1 Comments:

Anonymous ispf said...

Hey, Thanks for hosting and including my post in the "best of". Good luck with your "hell" month :)

March 15, 2007 at 5:53 PM  

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