• Carnival of Valentine’s Day Personal Finance Bloggers’ Posts

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    Every year, Her and I make stuff for each other for Valentine’s Day. In years past, our homemade crafts have been very hit-or-miss in their final successfulness, but all very hilarious and heartfelt. It is one of the traditions that we both love most about our relationship together.

    Well, that or making as many innuendos about the STIMULUS PACKAGE. Oh yeah baby, I have a stimulus package right here…

    For this week’s roundup, I put together my own little carnival of Valentine’s Day posts from around the blogosphere:

    Oh My Aching DebtsFrugal Valentines: A Price Tag on Love?

    Give Me Back My Five Bucks
    Do You Believe In Valentine’s Day?

    Frugal UpstatePreparing for Valentine’s Day

    American Consumer NewsGreat Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas, How to Be Cheap on Valentines Day Without Getting Your Butt Kicked, Great Ideas for Valentine’s Day Dates

    Dedicated to Financial FreedomNo Chocolates Please

    The Digerati LifeValentine’s Day And Another Gift Idea Down The Drain!

    Not Made Of MoneyA Romantic Valentine’s Day on a Budget, Gifts for Your Financially-Minded Valentine, Five Homemade Valentine’s Gifts That Won’t Break the Bank

    CreditBloggersBah Humbug, Valentine’s Day!

    Geezeo BlogValentine’s Day Spending, Valentine’s Day Flower Savings, Valentine’s Day: The Big Payoff

    FIRE FinanceValentine’s Day Flowers – Top Dozen Online Florists!

    Vixen On A BudgetRidiculously cheap, meaningful and romantic Valentine’s

    calgirlfinance – to financial freedomManaging Holiday Gift Expectations

    The Budget FashionistaValentine’s Day Gifts: Five Great Gifts for Him, $10 or Under, Valentines Days Gifts: Five Great Gifts for Under $25, Valentine’s Day Gifts: Five Great Gifts for $10 or Less, For Her

    The Simple DollarNine Tactics for a Frugal Valentine’s Day

    The Frugal DuchessCheap Cupid: 11 Frugal Ideas for Valentine’s Day

    The Money Hospital, Finance PhysicianValentine’s Day; budget or luxury?

    Finance and Law Adventures
    Valentine’s Day – Money Savings Tip

    Blogging My Way Out Of Debt - Valentine’s Day

    ConsumeristExpensive Flowers Are Better Than No Flowers On Valentine’s Day

    Frugal VillageShow Her the Love, Not the Money

    Money and ValuesFair trade flowers, chocolate, and more for Valentine’s Day

    WisebreadValentine Ideas for the Single Crowd, Cheap and Romantic Ideas for Valentine’s Day (And Any Other Day of the Year)

    Money WatchIdeas For A Cheaper Valentine’s Day

    How I Save MoneyDid you get your Valentine’s Day Flowers yet?, Countdown to Valentine’s Day

    The Finance JourneyA Dozen Roses The Cheap – $5.98 at Aldi’s

    Get Rich SlowlyMy Frugal Valentine: Cheap Ways to Say “I Love You”

    The Family CEOValentine’s Day Gifts

    Mrs. MicahOur Fun and Frugal Valentine’s Day Plans

    Money Crashers
    One Big Way to Save Money On Valentine’s Day

    Lazy Man and MoneyHow My Wife and I Celebrate Valentine’s Day – Past and Present

    Divorce season. And how to handle Valentine’s Day

    True Cost of ParadiseHow will you celebrate Valentine’s Day?

    Blueprint for Financial ProsperityUnderstand the Five Love Languages

    The Wastrel ShowValentine’s New Meaning

    Million Dollar JourneyFrugal Tips for Valentine’s Day

    Money Blue BookBuying Flowers on Valentine’s Day – Choosing Between A Local Florist Or Ordering Online

    Joseph SanglWays to say “I Love You” on Valentine’s Day

    Running with Scissors
    How I will save money this Valentine’s Day

    Vixen on a Budget
    Valentine’s Is A Success (thus far)!

    Clawing Our Way to Financial HealthValentine’s Day Share the Love Blitz

    Be Thrifty Like Us
    Frugal Valentine’s Day Ideas

    The Money PostValentine’s Day Ideas

    MoneyTalkSometimes I feel like I’m the only one that hates Valentine’s Day

    Free Money Finance10 Tips for a Fun and Frugal Valentine’s Day

    Did I forget yours? Put your Valentine’s Day link in the comments!


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