Mentioned in The Consumerist and Links

Exciting times here at Parenting Family Money. So we were out all day at a family event yesterday.  Later in the evening I check in on the site to do some work (like this here roundup) and what do I find?  The Consumerist mentioned my housecleaning service article. Give it a look: Deciding Whether A House Cleaning Service Is Worth It Give it a look.

Awesome stuff!  I’ve had this site since June of ’09 but really haven’t worked hard on it until March of this year.  It’s great to get a notice like The Consumerist on this young site.

Here are some great articles to read (after you’ve checked out the Consumerist write-up):

Stupid Cents | Tips for Cooking at Home
PT Money | Can I Refinance My Mortgage?
Squirrelers | Grandparents and Their Wisdom About Money
Generation X Finance | How Not to Spend Your Tax Refund
Couple Money | Find the Right Bank or Credit Union for You
ChildWild | What Do You Want For Your Kids?
Smart on Money | “Working” Retirement: Make Money Doing What You Love
Boomer and Echo | Do You Feel it’s Important to Donate Whatever You Can Afford to Charity?
Bucksome Boomer | 5 Ways to Save on Baseball Tickets
Studenomics | Tips for Investing in Mutual Funds
The Wisdom Journal | How To Review Your Credit Report
Moolanomy | How Much Money Do You Need to Retire?
Being Ruth | Tutorial for Putting Library Books on Your Nook
Wealth Pilgrim | Life Insurance Beneficiary. The Right Choice May Be Obvious
Debt Free Adventure | Lending Club Note Trading Platform – FOLIOfn
Oblivious Investor | How is Social Security Taxed?
Cash Money Life | Save Money on Car Repairs

And the Carnivals Parenting Family Money took part in:

Yakezie Carnival: The Chuck Norris Edition « Len Penzo dot Com
Free Money Finance: Festival of Frugality: All Messed Up Edition
Carnival of personal finance – Money Management
Totally Money Blog Carnival #13 | Thousandaire
Best of Money Carnival #98 | Budgets Are Sexy
Carnival of Wealth #33 – Apr 10 2011 Edition — Personal Dividends – Money+Lifestyle

About Glen

Glen is married and the father to four children that he spends the day chasing as a stay-at-home-dad. He took an interest in personal finance when he realized most of his paycheck was going toward credit card bills. Since then he's eliminated his credit card debt and started on a journey towards financial freedom.

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  1. Thanks for the mention Glen and congrats on getting noticed in Consumerist. I hope it’s brought a lot of traffic over here.


  2. Thanks for the mention Glen!