Money Saving Tips for Moms

Who doesn't like to save money? As a mom of five children, things can add up very fast so I've learned multiple ways to take advantage of local discounts and freebies.

I'm thrilled to share with you my first segment as a Mom Squad guest sharing ways moms can save money. Even if you do not live in SWFL, there are several money saving tips in this segment that you can adapt for your area.

For more information of money-saving tips, read these posts:

Why Simplify? Guest article on why simplifying your child's schedule impacts health, finances and life!
Show Them the Money! Learn how to teach children financial principles that will last a lifetime. 
Turn Shopping into a Learning Experience- See how Christmas shopping can be a terrific lesson for kids on spending money.
May You be Rich Beyond Belief- A great story about how a child teaches his father about true wealth.


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Leslie @KindergartenWorks said...

You had great suggestions - love seeing you on TV!

Nelly Brown said...

I just love to read books. Reading new stories is my passion. However, I’m not left with
enough money at the end of each month. There are so many expenses. I have to buy food, utensils, grocery, clothes, etc. in every month. Other than that, I have to pay rents, tuition fees, credit card bills, etc. Frankly speaking, I can’t afford to buy books every month. But this has not stopped me from continuing my hobby. I read books every day after my children have gone to schools.

I don’t have a library card. However, I have a computer with an Internet. I have registered in
some communities. I l just login into those websites and download the ebooks in word or pdf formats. I read those books at my free time without spending any money.