Welcome to the 142nd edition of Carnival of Debt Reduction: Sex And The City Style. The Carnival of Debt Reduction is a selection of the best articles about debt reduction. This week’s theme centers around Sex and the City since it was released this weekend.

Manolos, check.

Jimmy Choos, check.


Carrie’s Picks

Paidtwice presents Don’t Let the Reality of Future Debt Discourage Present Progress posted at I’ve Paid For This Twice Already…, saying, “Debt does not define me. Action does!”

Stephanie presents Graduating? Plan Your Attack on Federal Student Loans posted at Poorer Than You, saying, “Advice for fresh college grads on understanding their student loans and repayment options, and a few tips on ways to cut down on the interest they’ll have to pay.”

Christopher Johnson presents Surviving Student Loans posted at

Debbie presents Looking for Extra Money to Pay off Debts? Here Are 10 Things You Can Do Today to Free Up Money: posted at Destroy Debt.

NtJS presents Credit Cards Aren’t Evil posted at not the jet set, saying, “Are credit cards evil? We’ve made the case for why these little pieces of plastic are not evil, but for where the real evil lies in those transactions. All the ways credit card companies are working their butts off to keep you in debt.”

Honorable mention: Livingalmostlarge presents Sex and the City – Financial Reality Check posted at LivingAlmostLarge, saying, “Does sex and the city give people the wrong impression about finances? Or is there more to the show than an unrealistic view of NY?”

Samantha’s Picks

FIRE Getters presents Three Quick Steps To Get Out of Debt! posted at FIRE Finance.

Lisa Spinelli presents Running the Gauntlet on Debt: A Debt Reduction Plan posted at Greener Pastures: Personal Finance.

Hanna Kassis presents Take interest in interest – it can make you or break you. posted at College Finance 101.

Supermom_in_ny presents SnapBomb: Make Money Blogging to Get Out of Debt posted at Getting Out of Debt, saying, “Every dollar that is earned through online opportunites can be used as a “snowflake” payment towards debt annihilation!”

Amanda (Me vs Debt) presents Time to Fess Up posted at Me Vs. Debt.

Charlotte’s Picks

Heather Allen presents Big, Fat Debt. posted at The DebtFree Playbook Blog, saying, “Use the same techniques and disciplines to lose weight and your debt.”

FMF presents Are These People Crazy? posted at Free Money Finance, saying, “Borrowing money for a wedding is a BAD idea.”

Debt Freedom Fighter presents Debt Tracking: Take Control Of Your Finances posted at Discover Debt Freedom!.

Matt Hutter presents Debt Consolidation Is A Terrible Idea posted at, saying, “In my recent post I explain why debt consolidation does NOT work. You need to make the lifestyle change to break any bad habit including overspending on credit cards.”

PT presents Debt Target Update: May 2008 posted at Prime Time Moneym

Raymond presents Debt Reduction With Low Interest Balance Transfers posted at Money Blue Book.

Michael. presents Bankruptcy Untouchables: Debts That Remain After a Chapter 7 posted at Michael Emilio.

Miranda’s Picks

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Saving Money Is In! The Recession Diet and The Shift To Frugal Living posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Control your consumer debt by going on a recession diet!”

The Happy Rock presents Debt Reduction Is About Changing Your Behavior Not Switching Money Around posted at The Happy Rock.

Weight Ladder / Rich Leverage presents Using Credit Cards to Make More Money posted at Rich Leverage, discusses using credit cards to leverage debt and credit card arbitrage.”

That concludes this week’s edition, thanks to everyone that participated! Submit your blog article to the next edition of Carnival of Debt Reduction using our carnival submission form. Next week’s carnival will be hosted by Moolanomy.

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