I had big plans for awesome post (with giveaway!) today, but I seem to have lost my notes. I know, I know—I’m hoping Nikola & Melissa can whip me into shape soon. I am seriously lacking organizational skills. Don’t worry—I’ll have the giveaway posted later this week, but for today’s money saving advice, I’m going to take you on a little tour around the web instead!
Shelly at My Coupon Teacher has great tips for making the most out of printable coupons. Stop wasting money on printer ink for coupons you may never use with her thrifty tips!
Check out Renae’s inexpensive recipes on Madame Deals to make your mornings run smoother! It’s not uncommon for us to make a couple dozen eggs on a Sunday night—it’s hard enough to get to school on time without making breakfast from scratch each day. I can’t wait to try some of her ideas!
If you’re a Star Wars fan (or know a Star Wars fan), this is an absolute must read! I let my geek show a little bit earlier this week when I shared this article on Twitter—I just couldn’t resist. Yoda is truly made of awesome, and Christian PF makes a great case for Jedi-endorsed frugality.
As we approach the warmer months (finally!), families will be headed outside for fun, games & organized sports. Not Made of Money has great ideas to buy your equipment for less!
I am a big fan of lowering your budget, not your standards so this article on Free From Broke really resonated with me. Spending less doesn’t have to mean enjoying life less!
My Guest Posts
I’ve been doing a bit more guest posting so you can also check out a few of my own money saving ideas on great personal finance blogs I’ve connected with recently.
If you’ve got a smart phone, check out my list of money saving applications on Romow’s tech blog—I’ve saved enough over the last year to cover the cost of my phone!
Hello, my name is Heather. I am addicted to television. Yet, we don’t have cable! I told Saving Money Plan how we get our fix for free.
I’m busting the myths of healthy living expenses on Chick and Fit. And, if you’re looking for ways to actually get your kids to eat healthy foods, I told Mom to the Screaming Masses my secrets for Healthy Kids on a Budget.
If you’ve ever wondered how we can afford private school on our husband’s single salary, check out my tips on Sweating the Big Stuff. Daniel is the one who introduced me to the Yakezie Challenge—it’s been a thrill to get to know him & the rest of the group.
More Money Saving Articles?
Did I miss something? I’m always looking for new ideas so if you’ve got a great article to share, please tell me!