Worth a Read!

Here are some great articles/posts I found this week:

:: I love Danielle’s guest post on Money Saving Mom  – How Buying Less Can Set you Free. Very insightful!

:: I always wonder why I get different coupons in my Sunday paper than other bloggers.  Now I know thanks to Pocket your Dollar’s post about 4 reasons your Newspaper May Have Different Coupons than your Neighbor.

:: Erin from $5 Dollar Dinners offers some great ideas about how to cuts costs on non-food items.

:: Finally, Beth’s guest post on Deal Seeking Mom has some wonderful strategies for combating cooking burn-out.  I know, recently, I’ve been so stressed and too busy to cook.  Here are some ways to fight going out to eat instead.


3 Responses to “Worth a Read!”

  1. 1 Tara @ Deal Seeking Mom February 22, 2010 at 9:56 am

    Thanks for sharing Beth’s (INGoodCents) awesome guest post on DSM. She’s a wonderful person with some fantastic ideas, so I’m proud to be able to work with her. She’s inspired me to get out of my cooking burnout rut for sure.

  2. 3 Soledad Baccouche October 9, 2017 at 9:56 am

    When getting a very little kitty for your personal young child, set limitations upfront. Enable your young ones understand what areas you are going to allow the kitty to enter. If you’re preparing to get an indoors kitty, illustrate to your youngsters the pet cat is just not able to be outdoors. Producing policies and limitations will help your kids discover precisely what is permitted.

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