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August 25, 2006

Carnival Midway from The Jerk Welcome to this week's edition of On the Moneyed Midways, the only one-stop shop that provides a weekly review of the best posts from the money and business-related blog carnivals. And as we do each week, one post from the hundreds we read is declared to be The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!(TM)

We're not kidding about reading hundreds of posts! We draw material from some 10-15 blog carnivals to consider for each week's edition - so we see quite a few. But it's not really that bad - as it happens, a lot of writers will submit the same post from carnival to carnival, making our task go much faster after we make it through the first carnival we go to each week (the Carnival of the Capitalists, the first and still the best).

Still, reading about what we do isn't why you're here, so let's get to the best posts of the week!....

On the Moneyed Midways for August 25, 2006
Carnival Post Blog Comments
Carnival of Business My Top 4 Mistakes as an Entrepreneur I Got News For You Ben Yoskovitz failed in four big ways with his business back in the 1990s - go learn what he learned!
Carnival of Career Intensity Your Job Isn't Your Girlfriend. Date Other Jobs. Blueprint for Financial Prosperity Jim has excellent advice for helping you find the ideal relationship with an employer.
Carnival of Debt Reduction No Debt for You No Credit Needed NCN lists the advantages and disadvantages of several different debt reduction methods, then combines them for a uniquely tailored plan.
Carnival of Investing Diversification: How I'm Learning the Hard Way! My Money Path Daniel takes good advice from Jim Cramer. Yes, that Jim Cramer.
Carnival of Marketing The ABCs of Writing Good Ad Copy All Tips and Tricks All Tips and Tricks shares the three things that you need to put into writing your ads to make them work better for you!
Carnival of Real Estate The Re-listing Phenomenon as Housing Demand Indicator Altos Research Real Estate Insights Altos Research looks at why and where homes have been re-listed on the market.
Carnival of the Capitalists 10 Reasons You Should Never Get a Job Steve Pavlina As if you needed any more reasons for not looking for a job, Steve Pavlina provides ten more! The Best Post of the Week, Anywhere!
Festival of Frugality Vegas Wedding Baby! It's Just Money lamoneyguy offers advice for those going to an out-of-town wedding on how to avoid major expenses - even if you're the one getting married!
Personal Development Carnival What Can We Learn from Hollywood Movies? rdoctor Alexander Kovokin translates the lessons Russians have learned over the years from Hollywood, noting that "a good laugh is worth a thousand of pills."
Personal Growth Carnival How to Deal with Losing Your Job Improving My Life Newbury is about to lose his job and is amazed at how positive his response is to the news.

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