Category Archives: Deals

August
8 - 2014
April
26 - 2012
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Money Saving Mom Site Review

Money Saving Mom is one of the largest personal finance blogs on the Internet. Owner Crystal Paine started the blog to share grocery store and drugstore deals with a smaller number of readers. The blog has experienced tremendous growth, and tens of thousands of readers now flock to Money Saving Mom each day. If you search the Internet today, you will find thousands of blogs about frugal living, saving money and using coupons. However, Money Saving Mom’s popularity stemmed from the fact that it was one of the first blogs of this type. Blogger Crystal Paine writes about personal finance with a personal, simple touch. This makes her accessible to her target audience–moms who may or may not have any formal training in financial topics.

September
29 - 2011
September
1 - 2011
August
15 - 2011
May
23 - 2011
September
23 - 2010
March
5 - 2010

Friday Wrap-Up: “I Confess” Edition

Tomorrow night, a great old band, English Beat, will play live in my hometown of Denver. I don’t think I’ll be there, but I’ve had this song in my head. Here’s a hint — the photo at right is about remedying a slip-up. I rent a shared office part-time. Usually, I bring my own coffee from home in the morning, in a nice stainless steel mug that my husband orphaned.

February
23 - 2010

Big Rx savings with AAA – even for pet meds

AAA members already know you can get driving tips and help when you need a tow. But did you know AAA can help cut your medication costs — even for pets? If you have prescriptions that aren’t covered by insurance, your AAA membership can help pay for itself at the pharmacy.

February
10 - 2010
February
2 - 2010
January
22 - 2010
January
9 - 2010
December
31 - 2009

12 Days Of Christmas: Fresh Eggs

This year I’m celebrating the holidays with a “12 Days of Christmas” series on the abundances of our kitchen and garden. Share your experiences, too, and happy holidays! On the sixth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me … 6 farm-fresh eggs, 5 daikon pickled for banh mi, 4-some gallons of beer, 3 quarts of applesauce, 2 half-gallons of sauerkraut, and 1 quart of yogurt, homemade.

November
6 - 2009
October
21 - 2009
October
21 - 2009

5th and 6th graders ski free or cheap in Colorado

This year, Colorado Ski Country USA has re-launched its Colorado Passport program for 5th and 6th graders. With the Passport, 5th graders can ski free all season, and 6th graders can ski all year for $99. It’s all a great bargain to suck kids into the pricey hobby of skiing, but if you’re up for it, it’s an excellent deal.

July
13 - 2009
June
30 - 2009
June
26 - 2009

Friday wrap-up: Farrah & Michael tribute edition

It’s time for the weekly wrap-up of things around the Web. However, the Web this week has been bursting with news about the deaths of Farrah Fawcett and Michael Jackson. So, in honor of those 1970s/1980s icons, I’m rolling back to an old-school wrap-up of information found in the printed publications that have been piling up on my desk.