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‘Banking headaches’ blog makes the Carnival of Personal Finance

Jeremy Simon

In honor of Women’s History Month — which takes place each March — the latest Carnival of Personal Finance has been dubbed the Women in History edition and includes thoughts from Eleanor Roosevelt, Helen Keller, Amelia Earhart — and myself.

carnival-small.jpgFor this edition, along with the wisdom of personal finance bloggers, you also get some great quotes from six important historical female figures.

Carnival host SimplyForties has rounded up some of the blogosphere’s best posts on personal finance, which are definitely worth a read. Among them, you’ll find my blog post, “Being a financial reporter doesn’t make you immune from banking headaches,” in the Clara Barton section of the carnival.

Wondering what makes a blog carnival? They are basically a collection of blog posts united by a central topic (in this case, personal finance) and hosted by a different blogger each edition.

Be sure to check it out!

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