Carnival of Personal Development: February 9, 2009 edition

Today’s regularly-scheduled Someday Interview will appear tomorrow. Instead, I was selected to host the February 9, 2009 edition of the Carnival of Personal Development, created by Jeremy Day of Insight Writer.

Given the breadth of topics (Personal Development, Personal Finance, and Health), I’ve been pretty rigorous with my choices. In each topic I’ve provided what I consider the top nine articles submitted to each topic. (Why nine? Because it’s my favourite number.)

Enjoy your readings!

Personal Development

Andy shares his personal definition of “courage” in How to Be Couragous posted at Personal Hack.

Britannica Blog presents Sharing is Creepy posted at Britannica Blog which talks about how odd it is that we share intimate details with total strangers in a Web 2.0 world.

Celes echoes the principles of Someday Syndrome in Are You Sleepwalking Your Life Away? posted at EmbraceLiving.Net.

Erin Pavlina wonders what all the commotion was about in Coming Out of the Broom Closet posted at Erin Pavlina’s Blog, where she talks about revealing her psychic side.

Jeremy J. Ulmer presents Do Not Give Up On Your Dreams posted at Sales Coaching | Business Coaching | Life Coaching, offering a podcast for those who like audio blogs.

Juliet du Preez asks What Are You Thirsting For? posted at LifeMadeGreat Blog. What dream you need in the same way you need air or water?

Middle Way in Quitting posted at Early Retirement the Middle Way reminds us that it’s okay to quit what you’re doing if it doesn’t work for you.

Myln offers 20 quick ways to change your life posted at Change Your Life Hacks. I especially like #6 which tells us to not feel bad about being bored occasionally.

Vincent reminds us all about The Importance Of Setting Time Limit posted at Hit Your Goals.

Personal Finance

Mike G offers five ways to stay upbeat if you find yourself unemployed Poor and Happy or Just Poor? posted at Money TLD

Insurance Toolbox echoes my own beliefs by explaining Why You Should Refuse to Participate in the Recession posted at Fine-Tuned Finances.

Deposit Accounts presents Should You Keep all of Your Accounts with One Bank? posted at Deposit Accounts.

Z.Petals talks about the to-buy-or-not-to-buy problem in Debating Treats and Rewards VS Financial Security posted at zpetals.

Patrick shares readers’ financial tips in What Was the First Piece of Financial Advice You Ever Received? posted at Cash Money Life.

Lauren Rose reminds us to Never Use Copy Paste for Your Credit Card Number and Internet Explorer  posted at No Debt Anymore .org.

BankMan reminds us that high yield savings accounts are a better way to earn higher returns in Why You Need a High Yield Savings Account posted at High Yield Savings Accounts.

Wally Bock gives us a Recession Review for Job Seekers posted at Momentor.

Abigail Perry teaches us how to plan for emergencies in Are you a frugal fire fighter? posted at i pick up pennies.

Personal Health

Wenchypoo discusses what happens When Nutrition and Need Collide posted at Wisdom From Wenchypoo’s Mental Wastebasket.

hm has some fun by giving us the Top 5 Celebs Who Fought the Bulge, and Won posted at Gossip Highway – All the Dirt – FAST.

Bill Urell reviews Outstanding Addiction And Addiction Recovery Blogs And Bloggers posted at Addiction Recovery Basics.

Chris_SS talks about ways of Coping With Nervousness posted at How to have more social success.

Stacey H. Weckstein asks Natural Organic Food. Is There a Balance? posted at createabalance.com.

Sam offers a detailed post on The Best Way to Conquer Allergies posted at Surfer Sam and Friends.

Trevor Watkinson has a strange month doing a diet with 30 Days Of Chef Boyardee: Day 30 posted at SaveYourSweat.com Blog.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of personal development using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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10 thoughts on “Carnival of Personal Development: February 9, 2009 edition

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  3. Bankman says:

    Thanks for doing such a great job hosting this carnival!

  4. Thanks for featuring my article Alex! 😀 Great job on the carnival! I’ll be linking back to this carnival in my next site announcement post 🙂

    Celes | EmbraceLiving.Net´s last blog post..25 Brainstorming Techniques

  5. Hi Alex

    Am pleased you liked my post 😉
    Any particular reason for the favored number 9?

    Juliet

    LifeMadeGreat | Juliet´s last blog post..Overcoming The Barriers Of Introversion: Starting The Process

  6. Kelly says:

    Alex,

    I’m running off to read Sharing Is Creepy (LOL!) and a bunch of other irresistible titles. Thanks for all the work this must have taken!

    Regards,

    Kelly

    Kelly´s last blog post..Amazon Amazes Me Again

  7. Alex Fayle says:

    @All
    I had a great time reading the posts and deciding what made them fit in with Someday Syndrome.

    @Juliet
    I was born in 1969, my birthday is 27 – adds up to nine. It’s also three-threes and the nine times table from 0-9 creates a funky pattern. Oh, and if you overlap three equilateral triangles and put the points equidistant from each other you create a circle in the centre. I like 9.

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  10. Thanks so much for hosting such a nice carnival. I have a lot of reading to do.

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