Financially Savvy Saturdays Twelfth Edition

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Welcome to Financially Savvy Saturdays, a blog hop created specifically for personal finance writers!  We welcome all things money here.  Whether you’ve written about anything from the most cost-effective holiday gifts to your favorite stocks, you’re invited to link up. If it ties into personal finance, we want to read it!

This week’s wonderful co-host, Alexandra from Real Simple Finances, has selected the Feature of the Week. Her favorite contribution from the Eleventh edition was Five Dolla’ Make You Holla’ Holiday Series: Husband from BrokeGirlRich.  Click on the image to read her great post!

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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 Alexandra from Real Simple Finances on Twitter, OR follow her RSS feed.

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

5.  HAVE FUN!

 

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OR grab the text link here!

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4 thoughts on “Financially Savvy Saturdays Twelfth Edition

  1. Mel

    Awesome! Thanks for featuring me and for hosting this great link up party! It’s awesome that there’s a personal finance specific one!

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  2. jenatfrugalrules

    I am so much into DIY’s and I completely agree that when you have run out of gift ideas, personalized items are the way to go. I must say though that the beer bottle glass idea appealed to me big time!

    Reply
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