Welcome to Financially Savvy Saturdays, the savviest personal finance blog hop on the planet, created specifically for personal finance writers! We welcome all things money here. Whether you’ve written anything from frugal shopping tips to net worth updates, you’re invited to link-up.
If it ties into personal finance, we want to read it!
I am super excited to co-host this week with Emily from Simple Cheap Mom where she writes on topics near and dear to every frugal person’s heart – whether or not you happen to be a mom.
Tweet about it. You can use #finsavsat when tweeting about the party!
Concerns about SEO? Recently many bloggers have decided to stop participating in events such as Carnivals. If you’re worried about how participating in this link-up could effect your SEO, I’d encourage you to check out this article.
Interested in co-hosting? Co-hosting is fun AND easy. If you’re interested, you can email me at brokeGIRLrich (at) gmail.com with any questions. Or if you’re ready to take the plunge, you can sign up on this Google doc.
If you’ve co-hosted before and enjoyed it, consider doing it again!
Feature of the Week
As this week’s co-host, Emily has selected her favorite post from last week’s blog hop to be this week’s feature, I Have What I Need by C over at The Single Dollar because, “accepting that you have enough is something that resonates with me.” I loved it too (um, I also loved the photo she used!)!
If you submit a post, you could be featured in next week’s party!
We do have a couple of rules for participation. Those who don’t follow the rules will have their link taken down.
1. Your post must be written in the past seven days, related to personal finance and not be solely a giveaway.
2. Be sure to include a link to one of your hosts by copying and pasting the html in one of the boxes below into your linked up post. You have the option of the button or a text link.
4. Comment on at least one post before and after you that have joined the party.
5. HAVE FUN!
Please copy and paste this button into the post you link up:
OR copy and paste this code for a text link:
<em>*Part of Financially Savvy Saturdays on <a href="http://brokegirlrich.com/?p=2180" rel="nofollow">brokeGIRLrich</a> and <a href="http://www.simplecheapmom.com/2015/02/financially-savvy-saturdays-76.html" rel="nofollow">Simple Cheap Mom</a>*</em>