Best of Credit Cards & Saving Money Backup Edition

by Guest on November 19, 2010

Best of Credit Cards & Saving Money - Backup EditionI decided to name this week's edition of the Best of Credit Cards and Saving Money the backup edition because, well, I forgot to backup two key WordPress files. I overwrote my page.php file with my stylesheet and then spent the next six hours trying to recreate the old file. So, since most of us are bloggers, I thought I'd use this opportunity to remind everyone to backup, make backups of backups, and store at least six months of backups. That's my two cents.

Now, to the carnival. I didn't get a chance to read all submissions, but I enjoyed those I did. A couple of new blogs submitted this week and it was nice to hear these new voices. The rest are from the usual suspects who always put a good slant on topics that aren't always easy to write interesting articles about. Because I was up until 4 am fixing my WordPress problem, I did a lazy carnival, so here are this week's articles intelligently disorganized by InstaCarnival.

Buck Weber presents How to Fight a Credit Card Interest Rate Change

Stretching the One Income Dollar presents Stretching the One Income Dollar: How Can a Family Utilize Their Credit Card Rewards Point For Traveling

Janet presents Maximize Holiday Shopping with Rewards Credit Cards

Michael Pruser presents Would You Get a Prepaid Credit Card From The Kardashian Sisters?

Michael presents Kim Kardashian Prepaid Debit Card: Worst Product of the Year?

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Reviews of Freedom, Slate & Sapphire Cards

Ben presents Southwest Airlines Credit Card Review

Tim Chen presents WalMart MoneyCard vs Western Union MoneyWise: Prepaid Debit Card Showdown

Wenchypoo presents The 12 Cyber-Scams of Christmas

Madison DuPaix presents How Do You Decide When You Are Done Having Kids?

Mike Ross presents A Buyer’s Guide to Avoiding Life Insurance Fraud

PT presents Christmas Gift Ideas Under $25

Missy Diaz presents Top 8 Most Wanted Gifts This Christmas And How To Get Them At a Discount posted at Frugal Quack.

Jane Sanders presents How to Get Debt Collectors to Leave You Alone

Khaleef @ KNS Financial presents 4 Things You Shouldn't Pay For

Thanks to all who took the time to submit to the Best of Credit Cards and especially those who have been sharing the love over the past few weeks. The next carnival will be the week after Thanksgiving, so Happy Thanksgiving. is an independent, advertising-supported comparison service. receives compensation from the credit card issuers whose credit card offers appear on the website. The compensation may impact the order in which they appear within listing categories. does not include the entire universe of available credit or financial offers. Our editors rate credit cards objectively based on the features the credit card offers consumers, the fees and interest rates, and how a credit card compares with other cards in its category. The Editor's Picks credit cards are the expert opinion of our editors, and not influenced by any remuneration this site receives from card issuers.
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