The advent of technology has opened up so many new ways to save! I was doing an interview for a magazine recently and the writer started asking me about some of these. As I began sharing ideas, I realized that I’d never done a post specifically focused on my favorite ways to save using technology.Read More
I was honored to have the opportunity to record a very authentic and vulnerable podcast on What To Do When You Feel Like Quitting Your Blog. If you’ve ever felt like quitting your blog or something else you’ve poured a lot of effort into, I think this will encourage you. In this podcast, I share:Read More
This is a great tip! Head on over to read Early Bird Mom’s post on one simple change they made that is saving them around $75 on every electric bill.
Need some ideas for inexpensive meals for your family? Check out this $1 Per Person Shopping List & Meal Plan from Moms by Heart.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post sharing 5 Reasons I’m Glad We Don’t Have Many Toys. So many of you commented and said you’d love to cut down on toys but you don’t know where to start or how it’s really feasible when you constantly have friends and relatives giving you new toys.Read More
Living on a Dime has put together a list of 10 Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Make at Home. Did you know you could make all of these? Have you tried making all of these before?
Homeland 4 cans Libby’s Green Beans – $0.59 each, used $1/4 coupon from the 11/16 RedPlum insert (doubled) – $0.09 each after coupon 1 Cucumber – $0.69 4 cans Hormel Chicken Breast – $1.49, used $1/2 printable and coupon from the 1/4 SmartSource insert (doubled) Â – $0.49 each after coupons 1 Jolly Time Popcorn –Read More
The Savvy Bump has a great post up with 10 Easy Ways to Save on Baby Stuff at Target.
As I was writing my next book about how to start your own business, it got me to thinking about how many mistakes I’ve made as a blogger and how much I’ve learned over the years when it comes to how to make money blogging. I never would have dreamed 10 or 15 years ago,Read More
This post is part of the How We Saved This Week weekly feature. My husband and I talk about pretty much everything. That’s one thing that we established well before going into marriage (we met when we were 9 and 10 and were good friends for years before we actually were in a serious relationship)Read More