Our wonderful February sponsors + guest posts we’re currently looking for

We’re so thankful for our February sponsors:

Jen at Frugal Freebies and Deals is helping save you $54.79 a day and now she wants you so share your story of ways you are saving around $54.79 a day, week, month, or even year. Right now, you can earn $10 just for sharing your DIY ideas or frugal tips. Find out more information here.

Couponmall247 is an established website providing online shoppers with excellent deals and online coupons. If you’re planning to shop online, be sure to search their store database for current online coupon codes and deals.

Free Sample Agent is the web’s largest collection of free sample offers online. Free Sample Agent provides freebies, free stuff, and free samples by mail.

Marie-Madeline Studio is one of my favorite and most highly recommended online sites. We love their products, their commitment to high-quality, and their beautiful family. You can see some of the adorable aprons they made for us here.

Printable Coupon Place is a new site that launched January 1, 2012. It’s dedicated to providing printable online coupons, with no fluff. The goal is to be able to find coupons quickly and efficiently.

Before you go out to eat or head to the mall, be sure to check the Restaurant Coupons Database and Retail Coupons Database! If there’s a printable coupon out for a restaurant or retail store, it’s likely listed on the Retail and Restaurant Coupons Database!

Want to be a featured monthly sponsor? Fill out the contact form here and we’ll send you more information and details.

Interested in Guest Posting on MoneySavingMom®?

We’re specifically looking for guest post submissions on the following topics right now:

::Streamlining your life (time management and home organization tips, tricks, and suggestions)

::Reducing clutter (simplifying life and tips, tricks, and testimonials on clearing out clutter)

::Creative ways you’ve cut your grocery bill (the more creative & original, the better!)

::How couponing or lowering your grocery bill has impacted your life

::Testimonials from those who have switched from using credit/debit to using cash for groceries.

::Testimonials from people who didn’t have a budget and have challenged themselves to set up a grocery budget.

Find our guest posting guidelines and submission details here. Please note that we have limited space for guest posts so we only accept some of those that are submitted.

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  1. Ace1234 says

    What?! Commercials?!
    :)
    I made myself read through them as an exercise in self-discipline and for the moms and children you’re helping through Compassion…. okay mostly for the moms and children.

    <3

      • Jan says

        Crystal, Three of my favorite bloggers have recently sold their sites or it appears that they have sold out. Hip2Save appears to have sold out as Collin never writes anything herself anymore, GetRichSlowly and TheSimpleDollar have recently made announcements that they have sold out. I have lost a lot of interest in them because they have lost or are losing their personality. I have even quit checking Hip2Save as it’s become so boring. I hope you hang on because YOU have the best site out there!

        • Pamela says

          I’m curious to know how you found out that Colin sold hip2save.com. This used to be one of my most favorite websites but I too have noticed that it is not as interactive as it used to be. I noticed that Colin seems to be m.i.a. I noticed that she stopped making videos and did not seem to be participating in discussions. I no longer get up in the morning and check her website. For some reason it has gotten boring.

  2. says

    I know this blog is mostly for moms. However, I am still a reader of it and know my credit cards. :) What would be your reasoning for using cash on groceries? I currently get 5% cash back on all grocery purchases.

  3. says

    I can only imagine the immense time and work that Crystal puts into this space.
    I don’t begrudge any blogger using sponsors to help provide for her family and further her goals and giving.
    We don’t really expect these gals to work full time hours (or more) for free, do we? :)

    Jeff, Crystal has had a lot of posts about this issue. While I can’t speak for her, my family has found that by using cash for groceries we save much more than we would have earned through any cc rewards. This isn’t true for everyone, of course, but many folks have found that they spend less using cash. Hope that helps!

  4. Ace1234 says

    Crystal, I meant no offense. I love your blog and probably should have put “j/k” after my “What?! Commercials?!” comment. Of course you would have sponsorship of the blog. I love that you are donating your proceeds to Compassion. You dazzle me with your generosity and with your servant’s heart.

    Ace1234