Financially Savvy Saturdays: Twenty Second Edition

Welcome to Financially Savvy Saturdays, a blog hop created specifically for personal finance writers! We welcome all things money here. Whether you’ve written on anything from getting your voice heard with where you spend your money to paying your way through college, you’re invited to link-up. If it ties into personal finance, we want to read it!

Tweet about it. You can use #finsavsat when tweeting about the party!

Feature of the Week

As this week’s co-host, Stefanie from The Broke and Beautiful Life selected favorite post from last week’s party. Why You Should Have a Favorite Amendment and Other Scholarship Tips from Mel at Broke Girl Rich is the Feature of the Week. Click on the image to read her great post!

how to win a scholarship

If you submit a link this week, your post could be highlighted in next week’s party!

 

We do have a couple of rules for participation. Those who don’t follow the rules will have their link taken down.

1. Your post must be written in the past seven days and not be a giveaway or otherwise sponsored.

2. Be sure to include a link to one of your hosts by copying and pasting the html in one of the boxes below into your linked up post. You have the option of the button or a text link.

3. Follow your hosts. You can follow Femme Frugality on Twitter OR by subscribing to her RSS feed via email. Also follow The Broke and Beautiful Life on Twitter, PinterestFacebook, OR subscribe to her RSS feed.

4. Comment on at least two other posts that have joined the party.

5. HAVE FUN!

 

Femme Frugality

OR grab the text link here!

 <em>*Part of Financially Savvy Saturdays on <a href="http://wp.me/p3TJm1-gZ">Femme Frugality</a> and <a href="http://thebrokeandbeautifullife.com/2014/01/22/financially-savvy-saturdays/">The Broke and Beautiful Life</a>*</em>

 


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3 thoughts on “Financially Savvy Saturdays: Twenty Second Edition

  1. Mel

    Thanks for featuring me this week, you guys! I hope it’s been a good one for both of you (and neither of you are worrying about how to actually pay for college right now)!

    Reply
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