The “How To” Blog Carnival
Welcome to the first edition of the how to carnival Today we will discuss different tutorials, instruction and “how to’s” Thank you to all who submitted an article.
Welcome to the April 30, 2012 edition of the how to carnival.
Laura Edgar presents How to Choose a Credit Card posted at NerdWallet saying, “”A credit card allows you to make a purchase and pay for it over time. It’s a very convenient form of loan because you have to pay back what you borrowed, usually with interest. Since whoever issues the card is taking a risk – there’s a chance you won’t pay back what you owe – you must be approved for a credit card. This can be somewhat difficult for students, immigrants, and people with bad or no credit. These groups in particular have certain requirements and specific credit cards for which they qualify.”
Meghan Welker presents 10 Kids Books to Help with Bedtime Woes posted at Babysitting saying, “Bedtime stories are a great way to be able to sneak in a little extra quality time with children while simultaneously getting them relaxed enough to fall asleep. For many families it’s a key part of their regular bedtime routine, and one that can’t be missed.”
Hannah Howard presents How to get people to Interact with Your Blog posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC saying, “Designing the perfect blog and taking the time to create thoughtful, informative posts can quickly become frustrating when no one seems to notice your efforts. Eventually, it can begin to feel like you’re talking to yourself in an empty room. Is anyone else out there?”
Graham Stoney presents How to Recover From a Controlling Mother posted at The Confident Man Project saying, “Having a controlling mother can really undermine a man’s confidence. Here is how to recover.”
Abby Nelson presents How to Identify Heat Stroke in Children posted at Nanny Classifieds saying, “As summer time and warmer weather approaches it’s time to get educated on all things related to kids and heat. In proportion to adults, kids have more body fluids and they also can dehydrate faster than adult.”
Jennifer Saksa presents Video Stabilization, A Quick and Easy Fix for Shaky Video Clips posted at NCH Software Blog saying, “A Quick and Easy Fix for Shaky Video Clips”
Francis Awundaga presents Your Studies, Your Number One Money Spinner posted at The Life And Mr Faithful saying, “this work is to make us see how useful what we have or is currently studying is to us. That is, our studies while we are yet a student or those gained as a former student can actually be called and used as our number one money spinner.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the how to carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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