Earlier, this week I participated in a blog carnival where we shared some of our favorite Christmas memories. It certainly put me in the holiday spirit, and since this is the Season to Share, here are a few posts from some of my favorite bloggers and websites.
Find out a brilliant way to keep your children on their best behavior while you create a memorable (and repeatable) Christmas Tradition. The Naughty List: 4 Simple Ways to Inspire Good Behavior and Fun by Kelly from Crazy Crafty Mom on Planet Fassa.
I’m a huge proponent of making value-based decisions, and I’m not the only one! Mandy from Money Master Mama shares her a-ha moment and some tips on her guest post, Do Your Purchases Reflect Your Values? at Eyes on the Dollar.
The fine family behind See Debt Run has their debt on the run this year. They share what they did to reduce their debt and put them back on track in Budget Opening Up.
Remember Etch a Sketch? Who knew that the key to success was a child’s toy. Read Six Tips to Success: Etch a Sketch Your Life on one of my favorite websites, The Momiverse.
As I mentioned earlier, my friend, Sicorra, at Tackling Our Debt hosted a blog carnival featuring bloggers from around the world sharing their holiday traditions and memories. Find out some of Sicorra’s favorite traditions and links to all the carnival participants in her post, My Favorite Childhood Christmas Memories.
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