Festival of Frugality – Passover Edition

by Neal Frankle, CFP ®

Passover will be celebrated all over the world Monday night.

In case you’re not familiar with the story, it’s really all about freedom, faith and responsibility.

The tie-in between those concepts and money is too great to ignore. My experience tells me that money can provide freedom if you have both faith in a positive future and the responsibility to take action and make that future a reality.

You can have all the money in the world, but without faith in the future and/or without being responsible, that money won’t give you any freedom.

So here’s the Festival of Frugality Passover Edition. A gift to you, even if you won’t be celebrating the holiday. Enjoy and celebrate personal financial freedom by using the ideas below and building faith in a bright future for yourself and family.

Let the Festival Begin!

Ken presents Our Frugal Ways: Having Only One Car and Keeping It Running Forever posted at Spruce Up Your Finances.

Rodney Maley presents Free Audiobooks – Simple Ways to Learn posted at Life-fficient.

Steve Zussino presents Has Anyone Seen the Grocery Shrink Ray in Canada? posted at Grocery Deals in Canada.

Lauren Wilk presents When Does It Make Sense to Lease a Car? posted at Bundle.com.

Kevin presents Children Change Everything posted at Invest It Wisely.

Evan presents Has ‘Save! Save! Save!’ replaced ‘Spend! Spend! Spend!’? posted at My Journey to Millions.

Rose, Eco Craft Decor Pro, presents 101 Free Green Craft Tutorials posted at Fine Craft Guild .com

Kay Lynn Akers presents Play Ball: 5 Ways to Save on Baseball Tickets posted at Bucksome Boomer.

Jason presents Money Problems: Reducing Expenses posted at Live Real, Now.

Outlaw presents How to Cut Expenses and Pay for College posted at Outlaw Finance.

Daniel presents Tips to Keep Your Health Insurance as Cheap as Possible posted at Sweating The Big Stuff.

Donna Freedman presents In Praise of the Rag Bag. posted at Surviving and Thriving.

Sustainable PF presents Recycle Computers and Other Old Stuff posted at Sustainable Personal Finance.

Squirrelers presents Squirreling Gone Wild #24: Cheap Hosts and Cheap Guests posted at Squirrelers.

Dr. Dean presents Extreme Couponing Review: Writ Large! posted at The Millionaire Nurse Blog

Crystal presents Daily Deal Websites like Groupon | Budgeting In the Fun Stuff posted at Budgeting In the Fun Stuff.

Money Reasons presents Saving Money by Legally Using Your Employer Resources posted at Money Reasons.

vh presents Pots, Pans, and BKF to the Rescue posted at Funny about Money

Jim Yih presents Is It Trendy to Be Frugal? posted at Retire Happy Blog.

Tom presents The Price of Water posted at StupidCents.

Glen presents Make Your Own DIY Household Cleaners For Pennies posted at Parenting Family Money.

Jon Elder presents Pay Off Your Car 52 Months Early | posted at Free Money Wisdom.

RJ Weiss presents How Much House Can I Afford Based on My Income? posted at Gen Y Wealth.

FIRE Finance tells us how to replace torn dollar bills.

PT Money offers tips for outfitting your entire family with nice, but inexpensive clothes. Both online and offline resources.

Miranda presents Are Coupons Really Worth It? posted at Coupon Shoebox Tips.

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{ 9 comments… read them below or add one }

Evan April 23, 2011 at 7:41 PM

Thanks for hosting!

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Barb Friedberg April 23, 2011 at 1:19 PM

I couldn’t pass up the “Passover” edition. Very nice analogy. (When can we eat bread again :) ?)

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Dr Dean April 19, 2011 at 4:14 AM

Thanks for including me. Great message to remind us of our blessings!

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Glen April 18, 2011 at 6:34 PM

Happy Pesach Neal and thanks for the inclusion in this week’s carnival!

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Jessica07 April 18, 2011 at 12:16 PM

Great intro and great posts. :)

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Funny about Money April 18, 2011 at 9:36 AM

Hey! Thanks for including my pot-rescue epic. :-D

And thanks very much for hosting.

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Jon | Free Money Wisdom April 18, 2011 at 8:55 AM

Thanks for having me in this Carnival!

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Sustainable PF April 18, 2011 at 8:35 AM

Thanks for including our article this week!

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FIRE Finance April 18, 2011 at 6:58 AM

Thanks for hosting the festival and including our post. Best wishes ahead :).

Cheers,
FIRE Finance

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