Saturday, January 14, 2012

The Money Saving Mom's Budget Giveaway


MoneySavingMom.com  has recently released her book The Money Saving Mom's Budget and is giving away her book on wise goal-setting and achieving, streamlining priorities and a Time Budget, a budget, going cash-only, cutting your grocery bill and other saving tips, and having the right attitude!

You can read my short review of The Money Saving Mom's Budget and purchase it on Amazon for $8.40 or enter this giveaway here! You might have to click "read more" for the rafflecopter form to appear!  



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27 comments:

  1. No earth-shattering money-saving ideas. I would just say have an automatic savings plan with your bank where you have an automatic transfer each month to your checking account.

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  2. My goal is to save more money this year. One of the money saving tips is to use coupons and shop for products on sale

    I am entering as Elena.

    elena150980@yahoo.com

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  3. We are eating out less and cooking at home more
    rebeccaw2005 at gmail dot com

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  4. Yes, saving $ is a goal this year. One tip I have is to go over budget with your spouse. You both have to be on the same page, otherwise it'll be difficult. And small cutbacks in "luxuries" won't hurt, it'll be actually better in the long run!

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  5. yes, we want to build up our savings again after buying a house. one way we are saving is by not having cable; only hulu/netflix.

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  6. We're saving money this year by not going on a big trip.

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  7. Yes, it is always a goal! :) Meal planning helps save a lot of money on eating out!

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  8. Make your own Household Cleaners!

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  9. Goal is to save! I my tip is to shop at dented food stores! They have good prices!

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  10. Saving money is a big goal for us this year. My husband finally finished school and we're heading out into the real world ... eek! We're trying to pinch every penny we can to pay off those horrible school loans. One of the best things we do to save money is to look for things that we can get for free. We love to "rent" movies from the library and I always check the Free section of our newspaper or Freecycle.org before I go out and purchase something we need around the house.

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  11. Money saving is always a goal! Keep in the loop by following great money saving blogs! This outlet has helped me tremendously!

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  12. Saving money is a huge goal this year, also with paying off debts. Tips for saving money-coupon, it has saved us around 20% off our groceries.

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  13. sounds like a helpful book. always looking for ways to save and eat better! thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  14. Couponing definitely helps save money! Cut corners where you can.

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  15. we have a goal of saving enough money to pay for our May 2013 wedding in full! we are going to try our darndest to come out of our wedding with NO wedding debt! (dealbunny20@gmail.com)

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  16. Setting up an automatic transfer to savings is the best way for my family to save--if we don't see it, we don't spend it! I like to use ING Direct for our savings account, because it is a little 'harder' to access our funds immediately, which means we can think through our purchases more carefully.

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  17. One of my tips is to drink water-no soft drinks!

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  18. YES!
    USING COUPONS HELPS AND TRYING TO LOWER UTILITY BILLS
    cindy0462@gmail.com

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  19. Save money by making your own coffee at home instead of buying it out.

    bucksomeboomer at gmail dot com

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  20. My tip is to grow your own herbs and veggies... even in an apartment you can have a small container garden!

    Kelly
    Kelly (at) mysimplewalk (dot) com

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  21. yes, saving money is a goal this year. My money saving tip is to shop the end caps at Target, they have awesome clearance items. But don't buy it unless you really need it! :)

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  22. Yep, saving is one of our goals, specifically working on building back up our emergency savings fund.

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  23. Never grocery shop on an empty stomch

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