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Tricia Goyer interviews Crystal Paine about money saving ideas.
Blog Entry | Food and Hospitality >
"What I love about the audio edition of The Money Saving Mom'®s Budget is that I can listen to it on the go - on my run, in the car, or while I'm folding laundry. AND ... I love that it comes with the downloadable worksheets. I am able to work through those while listening to Crystal speak. So helpful. Perfect for my busy schedule." --Anne, blogger (and reformed budget breaker!) Celebrate with Crystal by entering her iPad2 Giveaway (a GREA»
Blog Entry | Family >
By: Amy Hannold 24/7 MOMS Frugal Living Editor I was meeting with a friend of mine yesterday, helping her find some ways to save money.  I brought my favorite books, coupon club handouts, and some printed resources I love to share.   I was ready to get her motivated. As I began to show her the materials, my enthusiasm grew as did the rate in which I was speaking.   After a minute or two, as I stopped to take a drink of tea – she saw the pa»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
After working outside the home for many years, I’ve learned some harsh realities about my role as a stay-at-home mom. One of the greatest challenges was within the fashion department–or lack thereof. Who else needs a stay-at-home mom solution to the frumpy mommy uniform? Since I didn’t have the need–or the budget–for the professional wardrobe I previously wore, my new mom wardrobe soon became an endless mix of baggy pants, worn out T-sh»
Blog Entry | Family >
My first blog about this was strictly how I grocery shopped for my family. You can read it here if you want. two years ago I did a series on saving money on your grocery budget based on myself and other moms I met with at a preschool moms coffee at church. You can read them here.»
Blog Entry | Family >
A few weeks ago, the USDA warned about the impending increase in food prices as drought continues to diminish corn and soybean crops. More recently, however, the USDA advised corn crop yields are even less than previously estimated, making the future of grocery bills even more bleak. Since 40 percent of US-grown corn is used for animal feed, beef, pork and poultry will see the most significant price increases. If you and your family depend on mea»
Video | Money and Stewardship >
Miserly Guidelines Pt 2 -Do coupons actually save money? | Debt Free Squad
Think you're the savvy-saving-couponer h»
Blog Entry | Blogs >
Simple Ways to Save Money Use your library card! I love the library. You can rent movies and books on tape.  You can check out music. Our local library sells past issues of magazines for .$50.  This is a great way to support your local library and not pay $5 for a magazine. I recently stumbled upon a great blog called The Great Read. She features something she calls Beautifully Balanced Collections from the library. She pairs together something»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
I’m afraid that I don’t often veer from the formula of vaguely talking about some difficulty we are experiencing with Atticus (read: stubbornness, always with the stubbornness) and then bringing it back around to how amazing he is. Part of that is a conscious choice to tell my story and not my child’s. I read a lot of mom blogs, and one of the criticisms of them that I find valid is that they make money telling embarrassing stories about th»
Article | Money and Stewardship >
The Money Saving Mom sits down with FaithVillage to talk about the origin and vision of her wildly popular blog. Come read why she»