Blueprint for Financial Security, a blog of which I have been heretofore unaware, is hosting this week's iteration of the Carnival of the Vanities, an eclectic collection of the week's best posts from blogs that you've probably never heard of either.
Sounds to me like I need to start reading this blog more.
Anyways, be sure to go and sample some of the 43 varieties of goodies he has on display—and then bookmark his blog for later, too. I imagine most of us could benefit from reading it regularly. Actually, the Carnival contains several offerings of a financial or consumerist nature. There's even a post on how to start a charcoal grill properly, by Grill Maestro. Radioactive Liberty offers us a helpful hint as to how to avoid profanity when the need arises. And Ian at Impacted Nurse writes about his experience of pretending to be dead as a prank on a morgue worker, and what happened when he, well, stopped pretending to be dead.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll kiss five minutes goodbye. But it'll be worth it.
Check it out.