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It's time for our weekly round-up of linky love. As always, if you feel you've been unfairly left off the list, please let us know by emailing our editors at

Ivy at Home Ec 101 gave us some serious love. Thanks, Ivy!

Jessica Okon's free stuff post got a mention in the Carnival of Personal Finance on The Digerati Life, and another one on the Festival of Frugality, hosted by Frugal Upstate.

Fabulously Broke in the City linked to my story about resisting impulse beauty buys.

The Digerati Life was sending us SO much love this week, also linking to Jessica Harp's story about fine dining on a budget.

Will gets what I believe is our first Russian blog mention. Of course, we have no idea what they are saying, but I do believe that it's a translation of the following interview round-up from Productivity501. Spaciba! We think!

The Simple Dollar linked to our "Worst Financial Mistakes" post. Much obliged.

KC Lau, a Malaysian-based PF blogger, didn't seem to think that our Frugal/Wrong ideas were THAT wrong.

Gretchen Rubin at The Happiness Project just seems to like us overall. That makes us happy, and in turn, makes Gretchen happy. Or something like that.

Blogher noticed my article on edible weeds - thanks for the linkage!

Photo by Alanna Ralph.

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Thanks for the link! Appreciate it very much.

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Dangit. I think I *was* tossed in the spam filter. Can I be rescued from it, possibly? :D

Andrea Karim's picture

It does happen. Hell, I get tossed in the spam filter, too.